No. 45, November/December 1994
The Genius of del Gesu
Cremona's Revolutionary Legacy Comes to New York. By James N. McKean.
Playing from the Heart
Violist's Violist Geraldine Walther. By Allan Ulrich.
The Virtual Violin
Following the Waveguide of the Future. By Mary VanClay.
NEWS & NOTES
Lisa Germano. Profile of violinist/songwriter Lisa Germano. By Dan Ouellette.
How to travel with a bass. By Mark Morton.
Finding videos of Heifetz.
Tuscany. A cellist's summer performing at an Italian music festival. By Carter Brey.
A Renaissance Reconstruction. Music from Douglass' recent CD, with historical background on the playing style. By David Douglass.
Inexpensive Doesn't Mean Cheap. The King and I. Part 4 in a series on affordable instruments; featuring England, cellos, and maker hierarchies. By James N. McKean.
Summer 1994 auctions (Bonhams, Phillips, Sotheby's).
Intimate Music. New York's Chamber Music Season. Summer 1994 chamber music concerts. By Edith Eisler.
Musical Gems for Cellists. A Look beyond the Standard Repertoire. Little-known recital choices for cellists. By Garfield Moore.
An Irish Harvest. Celtic Fiddle Music CDs featuring Irish fiddlers. By Stacy Phillips.
More on Record. The Art of Maud Powell. Special CD release from American player of early 1900s. By Edith Eisler.