Music: K. P. E. Bach

To a very musicianly audience in Manhattan, Harpsichordist Wanda Landowska proved last week that there was more than one Bach worthy of mention. On the occasion of her appearance as soloist with the Flonzaley Quartet she played, for the first time in the U. S., Karl Philipp Emanuel Bach's* (son of the great Johann Sebastian) Concerto in G Minor for Harpsichord and String Quartet, scored by herself from the manuscript parts found in the sale of Prieger's collection at Bonn.

Said Critic Lawrence Gilman of...

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