What Albert C. Barnes and Leopold Stokowski had in common, or, what kind of brushstrokes does the Philadelphia Orchestra use?

What Albert C. Barnes and Leopold Stokowski had in common, or, what kind of brushstrokes does the Philadelphia Orchestra use?

What Albert C. Barnes and Leopold Stokowski had in common, or, what kind of brushstrokes does the Philadelphia Orchestra use?

The orchestra’s concertmaster, David Kim, was the soloist in the Chausson; despite the work’s light orchestration, his presence fell short. Stokowski’s saturated string sound was gorgeously evident in his arrangement of Adoramus te (attributed, perhaps erroneously, to Palestrina), not played here since Stokowski led it in 1969.

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Published at Fri, 12 Oct 2018 18:20:43 +0000

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