Monthly Archives: February 2013

String Quartet #2 (opening) JACK Quartet

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Brian Ferneyhough and the ‘avant-garde experience’ by Peter Rosser

Brian Ferneyhough and the ‘avant-garde experience’ Essay on Brian Ferneyhough in Perspectives of New Music

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Dead Body

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Peter Rosser’s page at Journal of Music

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JACK @ the MAC

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Review: JACK Quartet in Belfast

CLASSICAL REVIEW: JACK Quartet The MAC’s inaugural classical concert by the New York string quartet is a ‘stunning, world-class performance’ http://www.culturenorthernireland.org/article/4913/classical-review-jack-quartet

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For All Ages

For All Ages Since its invention in the eighteenth century, the string quartet has proved one of the most resilient forms, continuously reinvented and repurposed for changing times. Having just completed a new string quartet of his own, composer Peter … Continue reading

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No Reviving What Never Died

Peter Rosser finds how American folk music revivals have been bound to the country’s social history http://journalofmusic.com/focus/no-reviving-what-never-died    

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Cash from Chaos

What have music impresarios Sergey Diaghilev, Malcolm McLaren and Simon Cowell got in common? – and what sets them apart? asks Peter Rosser. http://journalofmusic.com/focus/cash-chaos

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