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As, of course, we fully expect, Angela Hewitt is giving us Book II of 'the 48' with great assurance, beautifully drawing out gradations of affect that make, as Bach did, playing the whole set compelling ! :)— THE AGENT APSLEY #ScrapUniversalCredit (@THEAGENTAPSLEY) October 12, 2018
And the depth of feeling in the D Sharp Minor, BWV 877 - from the sombre to radiance, and back to sombre :— THE AGENT APSLEY #ScrapUniversalCredit (@THEAGENTAPSLEY) October 12, 2018
The key to the so-called Goldberg Variations is rightly said to be in the piercingly aching three minor ones.
A thoroughly illuminating performance, and also now the richer by a boxed set of the whole forty-eight !— THE AGENT APSLEY #ScrapUniversalCredit (@THEAGENTAPSLEY) October 13, 2018
Should have asked about observing repeats, and where they were omitted, as I'd guessed that we might end at 10.45 or later...
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Unless stated otherwise, all films reviewed were screened at Festival Central (Arts Picturehouse, Cambridge)