Cellist and Shostakovich scholar Elizabeth Wilson examines the puzzle of the different editions
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Shostakovich’s Cello Sonata op.40 is one of the composer’s most frequently performed works, and has long been considered a classic of cello literature. Nevertheless, nearly 90 years after its creation, the composer’s interpretative intentions are still open to dispute…
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