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One patron remarked that what the three Russians gave us was “easily one of the best concerts ever!” The comment mirrors an early rave review by the Washington Post: The Hermitage Trio plays with “…such power and sweeping passion that it left you nearly out of breath.”We welcome the Trio back to Winnipeg for our season finale, performing some of the deepest music ever written.PROGRAMME:
Piano and Cello Sonata No.
Concert Critique - SUGAR-SALEM CHOIRS
Imagine my delight when I read the first few pages which talked about Ian & Sylvia's debut headlining appearance at , extolling its acoustics and importance. It has long been one of my favorite venues; not only have I seen Lightfoot there (read review ), but I performed there as a child ballerina, and they are a client of mine today, so there is a lot of personal connection. In his introduction focusing on that Town Hall appearance, Einarson went on to say that Ian & Sylvia debuted three cover songs at that concert: two by Lightfoot (Early Mornin' Rain and For Lovin' Me), and one by my friend Steve Gillette (). Ian & Sylvia were the first to record those songs, and those recordings opened many doors for their songwriters.
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Infact, according to all the musicologists, Vivaldi had a great importance in thetransformation of the concerto, developping the mind of solist, on the otherhand the novelties he carries in the symphonism were incontestable. On thecontrary, Bach was a typically conservative who did not change the musicallanguage. He was turned towards the past, prefering religious music, choralsong, the ancient forms : fugue, polyphonic writing.
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Thehistory of music in all forms (books of specialists, pedagogic books,popularisation books...), generally issued by the more great editors, signed orsupervised by highest personalities in the musical field or written by critics,literators, since 1965 (later exhumation of Vivaldi and fashion of thiscomposer in the years 1960) until to-day allow to see the difference ofconsideration between the two composers by official intelligentsia and thewhole musical society. In the great histories of music written by an importantnumber of authors, the cause of these differences is probably the inertia ofreference books where a certain steadiness is hard to modify (in comparisonwith author's works alone), however Bach is always considered as the mostimportant baroque composer. Whatever the origin of these differences, we seeobjectively at the beginning of the 21st century the persistence of a choicerealized two centuries before. On the other hand, it seems that the prestige ofthe Cantor for the intellectuals to-day is so considerable than at thebeginning of the 20th century even though the image of Vivaldi is for them - inspite of his success and perhaps because of it - the one of a secondarycomposer, rather superficial. Thenotice of the Larousse dictionary (1957)* is probably not far from the opinionof many intellectuals to-day considering themselves as superior music-lovers.