Angela Hewitt and Ravel
We think of the great Canadian pianist Angela Hewitt as a master of Bach, and rightly so. Her clarity, her command of architecture, style, and substance make it so. Bach has made her name, and she has honoured his. But listen to this: her Ravel. It is remarkable in its colours and contours, its grace and speech. She knows this music, deeply. Hear for yourself.
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