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Bach: The Art of Fugue cover
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J. S. BACH
Bach: The Art of Fugue
Angela Hewitt (piano)
[ Hyperion / 2 CD - released 29/Sep/2014 ]
"I won't mince words. This Art of Fugue is marvellous. The variety and beauty of tone alone make compelling listening, bringing contrasts, clarity and warmth to Bach's intellectual marvels...Yet her fingers never make the results dry triumphs of engi
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BEETHOVEN / MOZART / BRAHMS / etc
Imperial Oistrakh! [3 CD set]
David Oistrakh, violin, with Vladimir Yampolsky (piano), Lev Oborine (piano), and various orchestras
[ Warner Classics / 3 CD Box Set - released 10/Apr/2015 ]
Although David Oistrakh died in Amsterdam some over 30 years ago, on 24 October 1974, this set brings him life again, giving us an absolutely true portrait of his great artistic vitality.
Schumann / Bach / Brahms: Violin Sonatas cover
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SCHUMANN / BACH / BRAHMS
Schumann / Bach / Brahms: Violin Sonatas
Itzhak Perlman (violin) Martha Argerich (piano)
[ Warner Classics / CD - released 20/Oct/2016 ]
"Argerich's piano playing is supremely alive, moving under Perlman's muscular melody in ebbing, tugging waves...Perlman's tone may be fractionally less sweet than it was nearly two decades ago, but the sense of line in his playing remains supreme."
Nessun Dorma - The Puccini Album cover
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GIACOMO PUCCINI
Nessun Dorma - The Puccini Album
Jonas Kaufmann (tenor) / Orchestra e Coro dell'Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, Antonio Pappano, with Kristine Opolais (soprano)
[ Sony / CD - released 6/Oct/2015 ]
"...a gloriously bronze-voiced German tenor, welding musicianship with smouldering emotion...Pappano and his Santa Cecilia orchestra fire up every track with native Italian passion." Financial Times
In War & Peace: Harmony Through Music cover
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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
Mozart: Double Piano Concertos cover
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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
Grigory Sokolov: Mozart & Rachmaninov Concertos cover
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W. A. MOZART / SERGEI RACHMANINOV
Grigory Sokolov: Mozart & Rachmaninov Concertos
Grigory Sokolov (piano) / Mahler Chamber Orchestra, BBC Philharmonic
[ Deutsche Grammophon CD plus DVD / 2 CD/DVD - released 22/Jun/2017 ]
"Sokolov is now on a don't-touch-me pinnacle...the two concertos here present the zenith of his art." BBC Music Five Stars Concerto Choice - June 2017
Beethoven: Triple Concerto / Choral Fantasia cover
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LUGWIG van BEETHOVEN
Beethoven: Triple Concerto / Choral Fantasia
Itzhak Perlman (violin), Yo-Yo Ma (cello), Daniel Barenboim (piano) / Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Daniel Barenboim
[ Warner Classics / CD - released 6/Feb/2017 ]
"They perform with the most tender expression in the slow movement, and there are fireworks from all three in the last movement" James Longstaffe