All adrian-butterfield articles

  • lhp-00462-final
    Debate

    Beyond Bach: 12 tips for better Baroque playing

    2019-01-04T12:23:00Z

    A thorough knowledge of Baroque repertoire apart from the works of Bach is so important if modern players are to gain a proper understanding of Classical and Romantic works, writes Adrian Butterfield

  • Leclair
    Review

    Leclair: Violin Sonatas op.2: no.1 in E minor, no.2 in F major, no.3 in C major, no.4 in A major, no.5 in G major & no.8 in D major

    2013-09-08T00:00:00Z

    The Strad Issue: January 2013 Description: Sensitive accounts of 18th-century sonatas Musicians: Adrian Butterfield (violin) Jonathan Manson (viola da gamba) Laurence Cummings (harpsichord) Composer: Leclair This trio offers intelligent, idiomatic performances of sonatas from Leclair’s second book, which demonstrates a striking synthesis of Italian melodiousness and ...

  • adrian1
    Article

    Practice Diary: Adrian Butterfield

    2012-06-30T00:00:00Z

    Baroque violinist Adrian Butterfield discusses warming up and practising Leclair's Violin no.5 Sonata (Book 2). Download the August 2012 edition to read his full Practice Diary: www.thestrad.com/apps

  • Butterfield-McGillivray-CD
    Article

    Leclair: Violin Sonatas Book 1 nos.9–12

    2010-02-02T00:00:00Z

    The Strad Issue: January 2010 Musicians: Adrian Butterfield (Baroque violin) Alison McGillivray (viola da gamba) Laurence Cummings (harpsichord) Composer: Leclair Adrian Butterfield, Alison McGillivray and Laurence Cummings bring sure technical command, sound stylistic sense and uncomplicated, utterly instinctive musicianship to these accounts, which conclude their project ...

  • London-Handel-Players
    Article

    Handel: Violin Sonatas

    2008-03-01T00:00:00Z

    The Strad Issue: January 2008 Musicians: London Handel Players Composer: Handel The past thirty years have seen many efforts to resolve the uncertainty surrounding the authenticity of Handel’s published violin sonatas. It was a situation created by the original publisher’s misrepresentation of the music he was ...