December 2020

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‘WILLEMOTTE’ STRADIVARI VIOLIN 1734 Sam Zygmuntowicz examines a masterpiece from Stradivari’s late period, comparing it with other instruments such as the ‘Huberman’ and ‘Titian’ (POSTER NOT INCLUDED IN THE ISSUE)


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‘WILLEMOTTE’ STRADIVARI VIOLIN 1734 Sam Zygmuntowicz examines a masterpiece from Stradivari’s late period, comparing it with other instruments such as the ‘Huberman’ and ‘Titian’ (POSTER NOT INCLUDED IN THE ISSUE)

VIEUXTEMPS CADENZAS A hitherto unknown manuscript cadenza to Beethoven’s Violin Concerto has recently been unearthed in Vienna. Martin Wulfhorst evaluates the discovery

COACHING CHAMBER MUSIC Graham Oppenheimer details some of the teaching strategies that have proved successful for players aged 8 to 18 at Chetham’s School of Music in Manchester

SESSION REPORT Charlotte Gardner attends the recording of C.P.E. Bach’s string symphonies by Gli Incogniti, and speaks to the ensemble’s founder Amandine Beyer

THE VIOLA D’AMORE The ‘viola of love’ is undergoing a resurgence in popularity within the period-performance movement. Rachael Durkin traces its enigmatic history

EVOLVING INTERPRETATIONS Nathaniel Vallois examines the recordings of some of the 20th century’s greatest players to find out how their style and technique developed as they matured

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