No. 43, July/August 1994
Three's Company for Rob Wasserman. By Dan Ouellette.
The Stars of the Orion Quartet. By Edith Eisler.
The Prodigal Concerto
Sibelius' Original Violin Concerto Returns. By Nick Rossi.
NEWS & NOTES
Stuart Canin. Profile of violinist and New Century Chamber Orchestra leader Stuart Canin. By Elizabeth Dossa.
Market for Carl Becker, Sr., violins. By David Bromberg.
How to deal with a cello with a crack in the top. By Joseph Grubaugh and Sigrun Seifert.
Accompaniment tapes for cello.
How to get autographs of famous players.
London. A trip to London's auction houses during the high season of instrument sales. By Charles Rudig.
TEACHERS & STUDENTS
Second Fiddle for the First Time. An adult beginner describes joining her community orchestra. By Patricia Zepp Nevitt.
African Music for String Quartet. Composer Ono Addy collaborates with the Kronos Quartet. By Diane Gordon.
Inexpensive Doesn't Mean Cheap. The Nationality Factor. Part 2 in a series on affordable instruments: the value attached to the maker's nationality. By James N. McKean.
Spring 1994 sales (Bonhams, Christie's, Phillips, Sotheby's).
Some Extended Aesthetics. Strings Go Avant-Garde. By Gary Parker Chapin.
More on Record. Made in America Yo-Yo Ma's latest release. By Edith Eisler.
More on Record. Heroes Mark O'Connor's latest release. By Stacy Phillips.
A Tale of Two Tales. Opposite Approaches, Opposite Appeal. Book review of Con Brio (Budapest SQ) and Adolf Busch letters. By Edith Eisler.
More in Print. Pieces for Friends, by Paul Ramsier. Review of solo double bass music. By Mark Morton.
Magic in Manchester. Highlights of the International Cello Festival. Concert review from Manchester, England. By Margaret Campbell.