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Check Our Catalog “Jansen’s technique is fully formed and flashy, while her interpretation is big-boned but lyrical.” –All Music Guide
Check Our Catalog “[Uchida] brings remarkable sensitivity and insight to every harmonic twist and melodic turn of two of the great masterpieces of the genre.” –New York Times
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Check Our Catalog “Both works are by Viennese composers — Berg was born and died there, Mozart moved there and died — and both call for the unusual ensemble of 13 wind instruments. But the distance between the two pieces is still vast. To start with, the forms are entirely different: Mozart’s work is full [...]
Check Our Catalog “Half the repertoire is extremely familiar — Bach’s solo violin concertos in A minor and E major — and half is totally unfamiliar — Sofia Gubaidulina’s concerto for violin and orchestra called “In tempus prasens.” Mutter had recorded Bach’s concertos 25 years earlier with Salvatore Accardo and the English Chamber Orchestra. Those [...]
Check Our Catalog Featuring Itzhak Perlman and the Boston Symphony Orchestra led by Seiji Ozawa. “Barber’s radiant concerto is played with gorgeous tone and dazzling fireworks.”–BBC Music Magazine
Check Our Catalog The long-awaited and highly anticipated recording of Lang Lang performing Chopin’s Piano Concertos nos. 1 & 2 has arrived. Both concertos are among the most beloved in the repertoire and Lang Lang’s many concert performances frequently receive the highest praise. Lang Lang is joined by Zubin Mehta and the Vienna Philharmonic in [...]
Check Our Catalog Hilary Hahn and Esa-Pekka Salonen present two extraordinary concertos: the legendary tour de force of Arnold Schoenberg, and the dramatic masterpiece of Jean Sibelius.
Check Our Catalog Any new compilation CD starring Yo-Yo Ma is certain to please. This master of the cello takes the listener through so many types of music that the ear and mind never tire. The present selection is billed as a sort of “musical autobiography,” and, indeed, it gives us a tour of Ma’s [...]