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Rachel Podger [electronic resource]: Bach Works for Solo Violin and Cello : Baroque Strings Masterclass

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Rachel Podger is one of the most creative talents to emerge in the field of period performance. Over the last two decades she has established herself as a leading interpreter of the music of the Baroque and Classical periods and holds numerous recordings to her name ranging from early seventeenth century music to Mozart. Rachel's recording of J.S. Bach's Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin and his Sonatas for Violin and Harpsichord (with Trevor Pinnock) were both awarded first place by the BBC's Building a Library programme. Teaching is also a significant part of Rachel's musical life. She is Professor of Baroque Violin at the Royal Academy of Music in London where she is also an Honorary Member. In this masterclass she works on movements from Violin Partita No 2 in D minor, Violin [...]
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2012
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Nathan Milstein Part 1 [electronic resource]: Master of Invention : Some Memories of a Quiet Magician

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This is a film in two parts with one of the finest performing musicians of the 20th century, an artist whose career spanned 73 years and who won the admiration and respect of virtually every international musician of his time and the genuine affection of most of them. Why master of invention? Because Nathan Mironovich Milstein's ability to invent new ways of doing things on the violin constantly impressed musicians, critics and the public alike thoughout his career.
Online
1992
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Nathan Milstein Part 2 [electronic resource]: Master of Invention : Some Memories of a Quiet Magician

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This is a film in two parts with one of the finest performing musicians of the 20th century, an artist whose career spanned 73 years and who won the admiration and respect of virtually every international musician of his time and the genuine affection of most of them. Why master of invention? Because Nathan Mironovich Milstein's ability to invent new ways of doing things on the violin constantly impressed musicians, critics and the public alike thoughout his career.
Online
1992