CD Review: David Greilsammer’s “Baroque Conversations”

At first, "conversations" seems like too hopeful of a moniker for this album. A bold juxtaposition of such disparate artists as Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck, Morton Feldman, Roy Lichtenstein, Arthur Rimbaud, and Gabriel García Márquez, "collision" might be a more apt description. But in the mind--and the hands--of Jerusalem-born pianist David Greilsammer, the worlds of Baroque … Continue reading CD Review: David Greilsammer’s “Baroque Conversations”

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