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I went to a concert Tuesday evening. It was chamber music performed by five members of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. They played several pieces in various configurations. They started with Bach’s Sonata for Violin and Keyboard Number 2 in A major BWV 1015. In Bach’s time, the modern pianoforte didn’t exist. The small keyboard instruments […]
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