in Northern Europe
A series of programmes introduced by Cecil Clutton
3-Roskilde Cathedral, Denmark
Built by Raphaelis in 1555, this organ was rebuilt in 1654 by Maas, and again recently by Frobenius, preserving what remained of the old instrument. played by Helvig Larsen
by Peter Stadlen
1-The Art of Repetition
Mozart and Beethoven often changed their minds as to how often and in what way a phrase or section of music should be repeated. Mr. Stadlen, who has made an intensive study of their autograph scores, talks about the significance of their alterations.
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