Music Matters

Doran, Mark
March 2011
Musical Opinion;Mar/Apr2011, Vol. 134 Issue 1481, p38
The author reflects on different types of musical compositions and performances. A description of his experience of listening to his friend play "Prélude, chorale et fugue" by César Franck is offered. He presents the "Allegretto con Variazioni" finale of Mozart's K.581 Clarinet Quartet, saying that he has not heard it played properly and that there have been concerns with its treatment such as the semiquaver and the demi-semiquavers in the third bar.


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