Friday 13 May 2016, 7.30pm
Used throughout the Baroque and Classical eras as a private tool for composing, practice and meditation, the clavichord was amongst the first of the historical keyboard instruments to be revived in the 1890s by Arnold Dolmetsch. Its intimate charms have mesmerised musicians from CPE Bach to Oscar Peterson. In this recital Julian Perkins shows just why that is by embracing a range of works from composers as diverse as Froberger and Herbert Howells, in addition to pieces by J S Bach and his eldest son, Wilhelm Friedemann.
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