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Re: “Third Chamber concert inspires a rabid response


Todd Palmer has jaws of steel...I heard his performance of Gershwin tunes (performed at Dock Street) on NPR's "Performance Today" this past week; it was phenomenal. I was also intrigued by his bass clarinet as it had several more keys than a typical BC....maybe it was a Bosendoerfer.

Stephen Prutsman was spell-bounding in his rendition of the YES! composition, followed by the Dohnanyi...he plays with such force, we could only assume that his bandaged thumbs were from injuring himself while playing the Yes! in the 11am chamber concert earlier that morning.

In any case, the first thing I did when I got home was jump on the computer and look for Prutsman recordings--especially those he had just performed for Spoleto! And as a trumpeter myself, I then went online looking for arrangements of the "Gulliver's Travels" for trumpet or at least playing from the violin parts themselves. Nuttall and Sohn brought those pieces to life!

Robby Anderson
Wilmington, NC

Posted by Canderson on June 13, 2010 at 8:34 PM
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