Phantasm in its New York debut at the Frick Collection

One had the sense that the works ... were played with an exploratory sense, as if they were being discovered afresh.... The players produced a sound of great beauty. Individual lines were clear and distinct, and when a line sang out about the others, the players helped it with a subtle touch of vibrato, an effect not often heard at viol concerts.

 

Date: 

Aug 1996

Author: 

Allan Kozinn

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