Since you are interested in Tavener: No longer mourn for me & other works for cello, here is a list of other items that you may find interesting.
J. S. BACH
Bach: Goldberg Variations
Beatrice Rana (piano)
[ Warner Classics / CD - released 1/Mar/2017 ]
"Her detailing is one of the aspects that makes this performance so compelling, be it the bringing out of a new line in the repeat, subtle changes in phrasing, a touch of pedal - examples are to be found in every single variation." Gramophone
Classic Deluxe [CD + DVD 'Alone, Together - From Croatia']
Hauser, London Symphony Orchestra
[ Sony Classical / 2 CD/DVD - released 7/Feb/2020 ]
Hauser, the dynamic young cellist who rocketed to fame as half of the genre-busting worldwide musical sensation 2Cellos, re-releases his first solo album, now with a DVD.
Riley: Sun Rings
[ Nonesuch / Warner / CD - released 30/Aug/2019 ]
Kronos Quartet's groundbreaking 2002 collaboration with composer Terry Riley, Sun Rings, is available in full for the first time. Riley incorporates into his composition "space sounds" (plasma waves) that NASA had collected from the Voyager probes,...
Blake: Symphony - Voices
The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, Bramwell Tovey
[ Atoll Records New Zealand / CD - released 11/Jun/2019 ]
A dramatic symphonic journey through T. S. Eliot's "The Waste Land", recorded live.
EDWARD ELGAR / GARETH FARR
Elgar: Cello Concerto in E minor op.85 / Farr: Cello Concerto 'Chemin des Dames'
Sebastien Hurtaud (cello), New Zealand Symphony Orchestra Benjamin Northey (conductor)
[ Rubicon / CD - released 6/Nov/2020 ]
New Zealand composer Gareth Farr wrote his cello concerto after discovering some family history. His three great uncles left New Zealand to fight in France in World War I. All three were killed within weeks of arrival. Elgar's famous concerto was...
BACH / LISZT / CHOPIN / BUSONI
Stephen Hough (piano)
[ Hyperion / CD - released 26/Feb/2021 ]
Piano Sonatas by Chopin (No 2) and Hough (No 4) are the twin peaks of a typically stimulating recital which-as always from Stephen Hough-spans centuries and styles with assurance. How often do Liszt's 'Funérailles' and Gounod's 'Ave Maria' share the...
Sing Me Home
Yo-Yo Ma (cello) / Silk Road Ensemble, with Lisa Fischer, Gregory Porter, Bill Frisell, and others
[ Sony Classics / CD - released 1/Jun/2016 ]
The new album from Yo-Yo Ma and the Silk Road Ensemble will surprise and delight with imaginative sounds that transform the traditional musical landscape. SING ME HOME is the sixth album by the Grammy®-nominated Silk Road Ensemble and its founding...
J. S. BACH
Yo-Yo Ma (cello), Chris Thile (mandolin), Edgar Meyer (double bass)
[ Nonesuch / CD - released 20/Jul/2017 ]
"Thile and Meyer, with their backgrounds in bluegrass and American roots music, bring an appealing swing and spontaneity to the Bach…Ma draws a glorious palette of sounds from his cello, which sings and weeps and whispers" Five Stars BBC Music
ALFONSO X / YEHUDA HALEVI / JUAN del ENZINA & others
Hespèrion XXI, La Capella Reial de Catalunya, Jordi Savall
[ Alia Vox SACD / Hybrid SACD - released 28/Jul/2016 ]
"In short, this is a breathtaking achievement. It's the kind of disc that often left me in quiet astonishment not just at its ambition, artistry or skill, but at the way it tries to further the human story and enrich the experience of us all. Bravo!
Bruckner: Complete Masses / Te Deum
Isabelle Müller-Kant (sop) Daniel Sans (ten) Eibe Möhlmann (mezzo) Christof Fischesser (bass) / Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin, Heinz Rögner
[ Brilliant Classics / 3 CD - released 20/Apr/2013 ]
Described and caricatured as an eccentric and even as a late developer, Anton Bruckner, born in Linz, Austria, in 1824, is today considered one of the greatest late‐ Romantic composers. Famed for his symphonies - grand, epic creations that are...