Juilliard String Quartet - [EuroArts 2072348] Beethoven: String Quartets
And the Beethoven! They played Beethoven differently from the way Beethoven had been played before! Said the composer William Schuman, then president of Ne...
Juilliard String Quartet
The Juilliard String Quartet play and discuss sections of a Schubert Quartet with Elliott Carter.
Luciano Berio
Berio's Leaf for piano played by Paul Crossley.
Juilliard String Quartet - Video
And the Beethoven! They played Beethoven differently from the way Beethoven had been played before! Said the composer William Schuman, then president of Ne...
Luciano Berio - Sequenza V
Dave Day, grad student NC School of the Arts.
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