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Charlotte Hug / Fred Lonberg-Holm: Fine Extensions

Read "Fine Extensions" reviewed by Raul d'Gama Rose


Viola and cello have coexisted in splendid harmony on the concert stage for hundreds of years, both instruments bolstering powerful orchestral settings for every composer, even before Haydn, Bach, Mozart and Beethoven employed violin and cello in compositions with vivid effect. What delights the inner ear, however, especially on the brazen Fine Extensions, is the fact ...

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Charlotte Hug / Fred Lonberg-Holm: Fine Extensions

Read "Fine Extensions" reviewed by John Eyles


Dating from a concert in Zurich in March 2009, this duo between violist Charlotte Hug and cellist Fred Lonberg-Holm adds to the impressive array of improvising string recordings already on Emanem. The viola and cello--the two middle members of the violin family--overlap in the pitches they can produce, so the combination makes for fascinating listening; mainly, ...


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