Two lost composers are brought back to lifemain
From the Lebrecht Album of the Week:
I struggle to describe my joy at hearing two unknown works by Berthold Goldschmidt, a brilliant composer who fled to London in 1935 and lived in obscurity until a late burst of recognition in the 1980s. I saw a lot of Berthold in his final decade when he was flying around the world for performances, and I remember how he wore acclaim with the same wry modesty as he had endured oblivion.
“The Comedy of Errors” overture is a piano trio he composed for his parents’ 25th wedding anniversary…
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