Monthly Archives: July 1991

BOWL WAGNER

In music-making, more may be merrier, but more is often mellower as well. That theory was nicely put to the test at the Hollywood Bowl on Tuesday night, when the presence of two orchestras — 200 musicians — sounded at … Continue reading

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BOWL MORGAN

As far as one can determine, given the peculiar acoustical and aeronautical atmosphere at the Hollywood Bowl, Michael Morgan is a new arrival very much worth your attention. Morgan, who conducted the Los Angeles Philharmonic on Tuesday night in a … Continue reading

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BOWL MOZART

At 10:50 on Sunday the final joyous strains of Mozart’s “The Marriage of Figaro” filled the cool night air at the Hollywood Bowl. Billed variously as a “Mozart Akademie” and a “Mozart Mini-Marathon,” the concert had begun 4 hours and … Continue reading

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Yuri Temirkanov, who conducted the Los Angeles Philharmonic at the Hollywood Bowl on Tuesday night — the fourth of his five appearances here — remains one of the most interesting of contemporary conductors. Perhaps “interesting” conducting wasn’t exactly what Tuesday … Continue reading

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GETTY

Even when silent, the Getty Museum stands as continuing assurance that civilization abides. Add music, and the proof becomes indisputable. This summer’s Saturday-night series at the Getty (long since sold out) is, unsurprisingly, devoted to Mozart, whose music is the perfect … Continue reading

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Old Sebastian Bach lived a lifetime without hearing a note of his “Brandenburg” Concertos. There’s no information, in fact, that anyone — in the castle of the Brandenburg nobles or anywhere else — heard these works in their own time. … Continue reading

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BOWL

The roar of drums split the evening air; the brassy strains of “The Star- Spangled Banner” lit up the evening sky. At approximately 7:45 last Tuesday evening a new season at the Hollywood Bowl sprang into life. From now until … Continue reading

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