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And, unusually, Moser’s interpretation proved more memorable for inwardness than emphatic display.
The nearly hourlong Schubert work is a large-scale concert mass and at the same time a deeply personal expression of faith: music of spirituality and inwardness but also music of confession.
Both Agnew and Orlinski leaned toward inwardness in their shaping of phrases.
The days of fragility or inwardness in Mozart are over.
The profound inwardness that marks the Biber violin sonatas also informs Zivkovic's surreal soundscape, winner of the prestigious Grawemeyer Award for Music Composition in 2014, heard in its Chicago premiere.
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