Lost in the Stars: The Forgotten Musical Life of Alexander Siloti (review)

@article{Thompson2004LostIT,
  title={Lost in the Stars: The Forgotten Musical Life of Alexander Siloti (review)},
  author={Brian Thompson},
  journal={Notes},
  year={2004},
  volume={60},
  pages={692 - 694}
}
pianist and the result is mixed. One problem is the recorded sound which, when he is playing loudly, can be harsh to the point of unpleasantness. If Columbia was unsuccessful in recording him in the studio, the results from these live concerts are far worse. The opening Allemande of the Bach French Suite, no. 5, is uncharacteristic. It gives a sense of the relaxed manner of playing that Peter Serkin recalls when his father was reading through music. The sound is lovely, the tempo is relaxed and… 
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