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Links: Schumann, Schiff, and more

In Friday's Washington Post:

Andras Schiff lifts Schumann to the sublime, by Anne Midgette

Parker Quartet at Freer Gallery, by Robert Battey

Pianist Charles Rosen and tenor Christoph Genz: more of "Dichterliebe" to love, by Stephen Brookes

By Anne Midgette  | October 22, 2010; 12:55 AM ET
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It'd be nice to have some more details on that Charles Rosen program. How is the solo piano piece different from the usually-performed version? What are the new songs in Dichterliebe, what are their themes, and why do they strengthen the cycle?

Posted by: LisaHirsch1 | October 22, 2010 11:54 AM | Report abuse

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