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Review: Antonin Dvorak: Works for Violin and Piano

The MHS Review 385, Vol. 11 No. 7, 1987

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Andrew L. Pincus, The New York Times (May 18, 1986)


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Mr. Phillips' repertoire is Dvorak--the Sonatina in G, op. 100, and a selection of shorter works. The violinist approaches the heartfelt romanticism with a certain reserve, as if afraid of wallowing in it. Yet his amber tone and mellifluous touch il­luminate Dvorak's melodies. The Sonatina, performed with respect for its essential simplicity, is especially winning. Charles Abramovic provides sensitive accompani­ments.

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