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Saturday Night Classical Jam: Joshua Bell & Jeremy Denk: Tiny Desk Concert

YouTube And now for some classical music that's anything but sedate and respectable. September 30, 2016 by TOM HUIZENGA • "You gotta love Brahms," Joshua Bell says, a little short of breath. He's wiping sweat from his brow after the big rock 'n' roll conclusion to the composer's D minor Violin Sonata. Bell and the astute pianist Jeremy Denk play it with all the turbulence and tenderness Brahms demands, and it's an invigorating way to open this Tiny Desk concert.
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