Tuesday, October 09, 2007
Gustav Mahler - the same difference
Over on the Guardian blog their arts correspondent Charlotte Higgins writes this about young conductors -'The loss is sometimes experience. It takes years for conductors to master the breadth and depth of the repertoire. Raw talent alone cannot get you round the Mahler symphonies'.
Is this the same Charlotte Higgins who recently wrote in praise of a certain young conductor's Mahler symphony on the website of a major record label?
Now read more on classical music and the paid-for media.
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