Being isolated means you listen more intently

From the Lebrecht Album of the Week:

One of the few blessings of enforced self-isolation is the gift of time to listen undisturbed to long stretches of music. In a hectic rush in a normal week from one date to the next, one might easily push the Lutoslawski symphonies to the back burner. Now, listening carefully brings rewards…

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  • No aircraft noise overhead has been a boon to listening Marin Marais’ works for viola da gamba and Bach’s cello suites.

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