B. H. Haggin on classical music

December 1977
New Republic;12/17/77, Vol. 177 Issue 25, p23
Music Review
Reviews several classical music recordings. "Death and the Maiden," performed by the Guarneri Quartet; "Israel in Egypt," performed by the Choir of Christ Church Cathedral; "Lachrimae," performed by Anthony Rooley with the Consort of Musicke; "An American in Paris," performed by Michael Tilson Thomas with the New York Philharmonic.


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