New Works and Standard Repertory

Haggin, B.H.
February 1961
New Republic;2/13/61, Vol. 144 Issue 7, p21
Entertainment Review
Comments on the music performances by various artists. Description of the performance of Elliott Carter's sonatas by Anabel Brieff, Joseph Marx, Lorin Bernsohn and Robert Conant on Columbia ML-5576 and MS-6176; Elements lacking in Hans Richter-Haaser's performances of the great piano sonatas by Ludwig van Beethoven; Classical pieces sung by the Deller Consort on Vanguard BG-604 and BGS-5031.


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