Sometimes if I notice that an older post is getting a lot of attention, like the one on the Bach Chaconne, I will go back and put up new clips. But mostly I don't notice or don't have the time. In recent years I have tried to always indicate what I am posting in the immediate text, as in "here is a recording of the P. D. Q. Bach sonata for sewerflute as performed by Dennis Brain". If this information is provided, but the link is missing, then you can provide it for yourself by simply going to YouTube and searching for that piece and performance. Unfortunately, before I realized that this would be a problem, I often put up clips without any identifying text, assuming that the clip itself would be enough. But not if it disappears! So some of the older posts have rather enigmatic blanks. Sorry about that!!
In any case, with my recent posts I always say what clip I am putting up so you can find it on your own. This is useful because the Music Salon is intended to be a resource that can be used over the long term. Most of what I post is not linked to the events of the day so could be read years later. I hope!
Let's listen to something. How about a piano sonata by Prokofiev? This is the
Some commentators liked it and some did not.
UPDATE: A commentator just provided some useful information about a technical problem with YouTube links on his iPad. This would seem to be a good place to ask if anyone else is having any problems. Just leave me a comment below and thanks in advance.