Musical chauvinism and inconsistency ...

Norman Lebrecht's latest tirade accuses English composers of 'chauvinism, amateurishness and bumbling inconsistency.'

I wonder when Norman last listened to Beethoven's Wellington's Victory, Op. 91?

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Rodney Lister said…
How did the original version of the solo part of the Elgar's violin concerto indicate a "spartan absense of vibrato?"

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