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May 3, 2021

AllMusic Staff Recent Classical Highlights

​Now that it’s been more than a year since classical ensembles could perform in their usual configurations, we’re starting to see the last wave of pre-pandemic live recordings, as well as more stripped-down and personal interpretations.

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Alex Ross The NY Phil at the Shed

New Stages. The New Yorker, May 10, 2021.

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“This was taken where the Sex Pistols were rehearsing, on Denmark Street in London. It was late 1976…

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Unknown On ClassicsToday: Wonderful Józef Elsner String Quartets

 String Quartet Discoveries: A Polish Haydn?Review by: Jens F. LaursonArtistic Quality: ?Sound Quality: ?This disc of the first-ever recordings of the String Quartets Op. 1 Nos.1-3 by Józef Elsner (1769-1854) is not the first disc of Elsner string quartets, but it marks the first time I took note of a name I’ll now never forget. They are such good works, much in the vein of Haydn, that I fell in

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Fact Fact Mix 806: exael

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Stian Vedoy Artist Of The Week: Longy

Longy is our Artist Of The Week! “Why you not deliver? If you know you got it in ya” he asks on his instagram page. Well, this fellow most certainly do! This songsmith and producer from Southend-on-sea calls his own music Gospel Trash.

Listen to his latest, Don’t Get Me Started here:

Longy has a raw and realness to his voice that resembles Scottish singer Paolo Nutini, but with a grittier honesty that can only come from days of busking, 500 shows in a year, breaking your back, band brawls and fighting with promoters. He likes to rustle your feathers whilst putting an arm around you, holding a mirror to your face.

Listen to his honest and vulnerable B-side, Lady, You Shot Me!

It’s not often an unplugged piano and vocal track captures your attention, but Longy’s storytelling hits you in the heart from the moment the piano hammers hit the strings. Like the song itself, it’s stripped back to the bare bones, so just dive in and swim in the words of a heartbreaking story from a gritty poet.

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