Tag Archives: Antonín Dvořák

A Frenchman, an American, and a Bohemian Czech walked into a concert hall, and…

… of course were represented by the playing of their music. (left to right) Maurice Ravel: Tombeau de Couperin George Gershwin:Piano Concerto in F Antonín Dvořák: Scherzo Capriccioso I was accompanied by Max who is relatively new to the world … Continue reading

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Big Music on a Small Island

Eva and I had just arrived at Sydkoster, an island barely south of the Norwegian border in the Skagerrak and north of Denmark’s Jutland, when we both espied an advertisement for a music festival which was to have its final … Continue reading

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An Inside View of Some Music in Stockholm

I have passed by the building at Smålandsgatan 7 many times, and have even eaten in the restaurant next to its entrance without anticipating that someday I would be privileged to get beyond its ornate doors. The building was built … Continue reading

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