May 31, 2020 “It is certain, in any case, that ignorance, allied with power, is the most ferocious enemy justice can have.” - James Baldwin Friend, Our oppression has reached its boiling point. The uprisings we’re witnessing in Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Minneapolis, New York, Oakland, Washington D.C. and many other cities across the U.S. are a direct consequence of the racism, bigotry, violence, and subjugation against Black people that has festered in this country for far too long. The murder of George Floyd, and the subsequent lack of accountability by the police, has set into motion what can only be described as a moment of reckoning for our nation’s conscience. How we become the land of the free depends largely on what happens next. As we continue to advocate in memory of George Floyd, now is the time to ask ourselves, […]
Pierre Vachon (1731-1803)String Quartet in A minor, Op. 5 No. 1 (1772)Joseph Boulogne (1739-1799)String Quartet in G minor, Op. 14 No. 6 (1781)Giuseppi Maria Cambini (1746-1825) String Quartet in G minor, Book 18 No. 2 (1783-85)String Quartet in F major, Book 20 No. 6 (1783-85)Quatuor Les Adieux(Period Instruments)Auvidis Valois V 4761 (1996) [Flac & Scans]
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