No. 47, March/April 1995
A Conversation with Pamela Frank. By Todd Brewster.
Show and Tell
The VSA Convention. By Mary VanClay.
The Music Doctor
Yeou-Cheng Ma's Double Career. By Edith Eisler.
NEWS & NOTES
Richard Davis. Profile of jazz double bass player and teacher. By Sandor Ostlund.
Information about American maker Ira White. By David Bromberg.
Finding out-of-print music.
Using "imaging" in practice. By Tom Heimberg.
Slovakia. Letter from bluegrass tour of Slovakia. By Stacy Phillips.
Teachers & Students
Careers for a Changing Marketplace. Musical careers outside performance. By Nancy Uscher.
Neck and Neck. Neck movement and its repair. By James N. McKean.
The Market in 1994. A Slow Climb. Wrap-up of the market year at auction and for dealers. By Tricia Harney.
Auction listings from fall 1994 sales (Bonhams, Phillips, Sotheby's).
Music for All Seasons. A Mostly Mozart Summer. Concert reviews from Mostly Mozart Festival in New York. By Edith Eisler.
Reading Past Sound. Books for Violin Lovers. Review of books on luthiers. By James N. McKean.
Les Talens Lyriques. The Next Generation. Review of CDs by ensemble headed by Christophe Rousset. By Timothy Pfaff.