Roland Jackson


RILM abstarct: "Performance practice might benefit from CHARM (The Centre for the History and Analysis of Recorded Music) particularly because of the access it affords to a wide range of recordings. Scholars can thereby more extensively compare, for example, composer's recordings of their own works. For practices of the early 20th c. the recordings of various composers (e.g., Grieg, Skrjabin, Elgar) may be taken as instructive models."



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