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Dvorak: Cello Concerto / Rondo in G minor for cello & orchestra / etc
Alisa Weilerstein (cello), Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Jiří Bělohlávek
[ Decca / CD - released 21/Apr/2014 ]
"Hers is an interpretation of passion. It is by no means heart-on-sleeve but, rather, it is distinguished by well-harnessed vigour and attack, susceptibility to the music's lyrical heart." (Gramophone Award Nomination 2015 - Concerto)
GEORG FRIDERIC HANDEL
Handel: Messiah (Complete oratorio)
Andreas Scholl, Barbara Schlick, Sandrine Piau, Mark Padmore, Nathan Berg / Les Arts Florissants / William Christie
[ Harmonia Mundi / 2 CD - released 1/Jun/2013 ]
"...an exhilarating account of the score under the American-in-Paris, Christie, who makes you hear the work afresh..." - The Illustrated London News
Christina Pluhar / L'arpeggiata, featuring Misia
[ Erato Classics / CD - released 8/Mar/2013 ]
"Misia is not exactly representative of traditional fado, and that is to the advantage of this collaboration, but paradoxically her singing here is the most traditional I have heard from her and she complements the rest with her very different timbre
J. S. BACH
Hilary Hahn plays Bach
Hilary Hahn (violin)
[ Decca / CD - released 10/Feb/2019 ]
"This is quite simply magnificent violin-playing, the sort that while you're listening to it convinces you that the music couldn't possibly be played any other way" Gramophone Recording Of The Month November 2018
DVORAK / ELGAR / SAINT-SAENS / HAYDN / BOCCHERINI / etc
The Very Best of Jacqueline du Pre
Jacqueline du Pre (cello) with Various Artists, Orchestras and Accompanists
[ Warner Classics / 3 CD Box Set - released 1/Jul/2005 ]
Few artists are regarded with as much affection in the musical world as the cellist Jacqueline du Pré. Her colourful life, tragically early death, supreme recordings and regular press and media attention as a result of several controversial books...
AULETTA / LEO / PERGOLESI / PORPORA / SCARLATTI / VINCI
Max Emanuel Cencic (countertenor) / Il Pomo D'Oro, Maxim Emelyanychev
[ Decca / CD - released 27/Jan/2016 ]
Gramophone Magazine - Editor's Choice - December 2015
Jenkins: Cantata Memoria - For The Children (In Memory of Aberfan 1966)
Bryn Terfel, Elin Manahan Thomas, Catrin Finch, David Childs, Sinfonia Cymru
[ Deutche Grammophon / CD - released 7/Oct/2016 ]
'Cantata Memoria' commemorates through new music the Aberfan tragedy of 21 October 1966, when 116 children and 28 adults tragically lost their lives as a coal tip enveloped Plant Glas school, together with some houses, in Aberfan, South Wales.
Jenkins: Symphonic Adiemus
London Philharmonic Choir & Adiemus Symphony Orchestra Of Europe Karl Jenkins, Peter Pejtsik
[ Decca / CD - released 13/Oct/2017 ]
"Since 1995, when Adiemus first appeared with its unique blend of the classical and the ethnic, with my invented language for lyrics, I have been inundated with requests from choirs around the world for an Adiemus that, for the first time, included...
Paradisum - Serene Sacred Songs
Andrea Bocelli, Jose Carreras, Renee Fleming, Juan Diego Florez, Elina Garanca, Angela Gheorghiu, Anna Netrebko, etc
[ Decca / 2 CD - released 18/Mar/2016 ]
This 2CD collection brings together the calmest and most thoughtful sacred songs ever written, performed by the world's greatest singers including Andrea Bocelli, Luciano Pavarotti, Jonas Kaufmann, Anna Netrebko, Renée Fleming, José Carreras and Bryn...
Andrea Bocelli, with Matteo Bocelli, Ed Sheeran, Josh Groban, Dua Lipa, Aida Carifullina & Ensemble
[ Decca / CD - released 26/Oct/2018 ]
Presenting Sì: Andrea Bocelli's first album of new material in 14 years. It's a set of powerful, emotional songs, some featuring interpolations of classical themes (from, for example, Bach and Massenet), and an all encompassing positive message of...
[ Universal Music / CD - released 23/Oct/2015 ]
International superstar Andrea Bocelli returns with his new eagerly awaited album Cinema. Cinema celebrates the greatest movie songs of all time and reunites a team of musical legends including David Foster, Humberto Gatica and Tony Renis who worked...
Volodos plays Brahms
Arcadi Volodos (piano)
[ Sony Classical / CD - released 20/May/2017 ]
"Comparisons become irrelevant in interpretations of such mesmerising honesty. An award-winner if ever I heard one." Gramophone Award WINNER 2018 - Instrumental
TRADITIONAL / VICTORIA / CLEMENS / PALESTRINA / ALLEGRI
Cecilia Bartoli (mezzo) / Sistine Chapel Choir, Massimo Palombella
[ Deutsche Grammophon / CD - released 24/Nov/2017 ]
For the first time ever that a woman records with the Sistine Chapel Choir: Cecilia Bartoli joins the choir for one truly magical and mysterious track.
Turn Up The Quiet
[ Verve Records / CD - released 5/May/2017 ]
Diana Krall's new album celebrates a return to jazz and the Great American Songbook and reunites her with Grammy Award-winning producer Tommy LiPuma.
W. A. MOZART
Mozart: Complete Violin Concertos
Isabelle Faust (violin) / Il Giardino Armonico, Giovanni Antonini
[ Harmonia Mundi / 2 CD - released 20/Nov/2016 ]
"her sound growing out of the corporate entity to glitter, coax, snarl and soar as required…[a] thought-provoking and eminently enjoyable cycle" Gramophone Award WINNER 2017 - RECORDING OF THE YEAR
HANDEL / JOMMELLUI / LEO / MONTEVERDI / PURCELL
In War & Peace: Harmony Through Music
Joyce DiDonato (mezzo) / Il Pomo d'Oro, Maxim Emelyanychev
[ Erato Warner Classics / CD - released 10/Nov/2016 ]
"In War & Peace' finds DiDonato back on Baroque ground for the first time in a while, and it's a joyful musical homecoming. ..Drama, as ever with DiDonato, is everything. Ornamentation serves narrative first, ego second." Gramophone Award WINNER 2017
W. A. MOZART
Mozart: Double Piano Concertos
Lucas Jussen (piano), Arthur Jussen (piano) / Academy of St Martin in the fields, Sir Neville Marriner
[ Deutsche Grammophon / CD - released 16/Mar/2017 ]
".The Jussen boys have found perhaps the perfect collaborator in Sir Neville Marriner, who has conducted more Mozart than most; the Academy acquit themselves well." Editor's Choice Gramophone January 2016
[ Verve / CD - released 7/Sep/2018 ]
Eight albums and 22 years since her debut Dreamland, Madeleine Peyroux continues to challenge the confines of jazz, venturing into the fertile fields of contemporary music with unfading curiosity. Peyrouxs new album, Anthem, finds the...
Richter: From Sleep
Max Richter (piano, organ, synthesizers, electronics)
[ Deutsche Grammophon / CD - released 18/Sep/2015 ]
"Sleep is functional music, furniture music, a soundtrack for relaxing and sleeping, and as such it's successful. It's not "classical" music, and shouldn't be judged as such. It does what it claims, and it's enjoyable." (Musicweb)
BELLINI / GOUNOD / DONIZETTI / MEYERBEER
Dreams: Pretty Yende
Pretty Yende (soprano) / Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe Verdi, Giacomo Sagripanti
[ Sony Classics / CD - released 3/Dec/2017 ]
"What a lovely sound Pretty Yende makes! Yende is in the same company as, say, Anna Moffo...She's certainly a great asset to the world of opera." ClassicsToday