- Mats Claesson (Programming)
Notes & Reviews:
Who are the people who decide the "correct" way to perform the music of the past? Now we are in an age when it's possible to make electronic sounds that can imitate exactly the sounds a performer makes. Where does this leave the performers of the future? Can the use of modern music technology challenge the way in which classical music is played? These are a few of the questions Mats Claesson intrinsically poses with this recording.
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Works DetailsGrieg, Edvard : From Holberg's Time, Op. 40
- Performer: Mats Claesson (Programming)
- Running Time: 15 min. 1 sec.
- Period Time: Romantic
- Written: 1885