Antal Zalai and József Balog, Bartók: Complete Works for Violin.Volume 3: Violin sonatas and rhapsodies (Brilliant Classics, 2013)[Previous Zalai/Bartók][Cover version index] [Thanks to Richard James]
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He was one of the privileged few to witness the celebrated 1858 match between Adolf Anderssen and Paul MorphyRay Keene on James Mortimer, The Spectator, 30 March 2013He was one of the privileged few who witnessed the famous Anderssen-Mo...
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So wrote Ray Keene in the Spectator, 20 March 2013.Pop quiz: can anybody remember what role was played, during the World Championship match of 2000, in the history of suppression of press freedom in the UK, by the chessplayer, writer, ed...
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I was at a Chess in Schools event in Newham last week. It wasn't the first training day for people interested in the teaching of chess in primary schools that CSC had run, but it was the first one that was oversubcribed. More people wan...
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No school for anybody today. When they go back this right here is what the kids should be learning.ActivitiesChildren will start by completing worksheets in which they have to find skewers. At this point, now that the students have been...
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...change the rules and the board.(Unfortunately I only saw the poster on Thursday: it would have done very well for the day before.)
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JOURNALISM NEWS: Controversy has broken out in the world of economics journalism after it was claimed that studies of Kenneth Rogoff "failed to take into proper account" his past as a chess grandmaster.Sources within the profession have ...
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In the spirit of International Workers' Day...Beranabus and Dervish are gone. Bec has formed an unholy alliance with Lord Loss. Kernel is blind, held on Earth against his will. Grubbs is mad with grief and spinning out of control. The de...
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Aronian - Carlsen, Moscow 2006&JMGB - Angus, Streatham Coffee Shop 2013It's what you might call a Big Ask. Take a theoretical pawn position that's appeared in just about every endgame manual for the last hundred years or so and find some...
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A few weeks back we ran a post on the Marcel Duchamp exhibition at the Barbican which included a mild dig at a curatorial lapse in their presentation of his chess. In spite of this the Barbican sportingly gave us a link from their Facebo...
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