No. 29, March/April 1992
Ellen Taaffe Zwilich. By David M. Brin.
'It's Only a Bass!' Literature for the Largest Member of the String Family. By David Walter.
Sophie Rolland. Partner in an Extraordinary Collaboration. By Edith Eisler.
Joseph Joachim and the Viola in the 19th Century. An Expansive and Personal Set of Variations. By Robert Samson Bloch.
Joseph Silverstein. Musician with Many Roles. By Edith Eisler.
Sligo Fiddling. Michael Coleman and James Morrison. By Gary Parker Chapin.
How Much to Write Out? Relying on Improvisational Talents of Performers. By David Balakrishnan
TEACHERS & STUDENTS
The New Found Sound. Learning in a Student Orchestra. By Louise M. Naples.
ALL BOWED INSTRUMENTS
Ernst Krenek. The Composer Talks about His String Quartets. By Sally and Eugene Purdue Chisholm.
Of Orphans and Virtuoso Violinists. Unique Institutions Supported Musical Life in 18th-century Venice. By Denis Stevens.
The Pardessus de Viole. The Once Fashionable Instrument Has a Delightful Repertoire and a Fascinating History. By Tina Chancey.
Breaking Barriers. The Uptown String Quartet. By Joshua Rosenbaum.
Letters to His Father. William Primrose Establishes His Career in America. By David Dalton.
The Venetian School. By James N. McKean.