Monthly Archives: April 2019
Let’s talk about the chamber genre. A trio, a Quartet, a quintet-that’s it. The spring of 2019 brought a lot of beauty to this field: the canonical Shostakovich quintet, Eugene Kissin’s only recording with the Emerson String Quartet, as well as a completely non-chamber, Rabelaisian Bruckner.
Chamber music is considered the most difficult genre, and for everyone. The composer has to invent something to get a dense text for a small number of instruments. Musicians-play perfectly and at the limit, because there is no one to hide behind. The listener should follow all the lines, for here every note is like a word in a short story. But in this genre, real masterpieces are born. Continue reading
Everyone has long known that rock and roll is dead. However, this guy has an amazing ability to revive to life, like a Phoenix from the ashes. And he does this every time a group of young people pick up tools and decide to tell the world what they care about.
In fact, of course, rock music is not in decline, as many may decide by turning on the TV or simply going outside and listening to what sounds from nearby establishments and cars. By and large, more guitar music is being created now than ever before.Only truly talented representatives need to be able to hear over the General annoying hum, because a true young rocker-he is always somewhat underground, away from the major music moguls and cash flows. Continue reading