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Casals’ political historiography

What impact has the social participatory of musicians given to the society? One of the crucial democratic movements in the early twentieth-century performance history is the cellist Pablo Casals’ refusal to play concerts in any country which recognised the Franco … Continue reading

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Casals’ Bach in 1936 and 1954

From the early-recorded era up until 1950s, the focuses of record review on Bach cello suites remained with Casals’ 1930s sets of H.M.V. recording: it is partly due to his achievement of establishing the Bach cello suites as a concert repertoire … Continue reading

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