T HE INEVITABLE DOOM of American musical life has been discussed with morbid relish by almost everyone concerned for years
T HE GHOST OF WAGNER has rightfully been forced to abdicate his position as supreme arbiter of musical taste. "Compromise"
T HE CANTABRIGIA Orchestra's program notes included the following observation which spoke significantly of the concert which was about to
O NCE UPON A TIME, among the junior faculty of the Harvard Music Department, there was an extraordinary pianist. He
The Vermeer Quartet presented a highly commendable concert July 24--well-rehearsed, carefully controlled, and enjoyable. The three works on the program
E XCEPT UNDER the most felicitious circumstances, it nearly always happens that ensembles of the genre piano trio readily become