June 2020

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TETZLAFF QUARTET: The four members give Tom Stewart their thoughts on Beethoven’s late works – and why it’s taken 25 years for them to record any pieces by the composer at all

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TETZLAFF QUARTET: The four members give Tom Stewart their thoughts on Beethoven’s late works – and why it’s taken 25 years for them to record any pieces by the composer at all
AN AMATI MYSTERY: Could a cello bearing the decoration of the famous ‘Charles IX’ instruments by Andrea Amati be genuine or a clever fake? Filip Kuijken examines the evidence
SOLOISTS AND CONDUCTORS: Relationships between the musician and the maestro can often be a minefield. Three players and one conductor relate their experiences to Charlotte Gardner
SARASATE LETTERS: Nicholas Sackman and Bastien Terraz examine the correspondence from the violinist to his adoptive mother during his two-year tour of North and South America
NAPOLEONIC BOWS: Several examples from the court of Napoleon III still survive – and two from that of his uncle, Napoleon Bonaparte. Gennady Filimonov explains their significance
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