Classical Department
Recommended New Releases for
June 2017

Prokofiev Piano Concertos Nos. 1 and 3

Simon Trpceski (piano)
Roayal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra
Vasily Petrenko

Jonathan Dove “ In Damascus”
Sacconi Quartet , Mark Padmore (tenor) , Charles Owen (piano)

Dove’s  new commission from the Sacconi Quartet,” In Damascus”, was inspired by the violinist Hannah Dawson s suggestion for a work that should reflect aspects of the conflict in Syria as an expression of empathy, sorrow, even outrage at those terrible events.

Purcell, Locke, Blow and Gibbons "The English Concert"

The English Concert ,  Rosemary Joshua (soprano), Sarah Connolly  (mezzo-soprano).

Recorded live at the Wigmore Hall

 “Occhi Turchini: Songs from Calabria
Pino De Vittorio with  Laboratorio '600 and Franco Pavan

Stephen Cleobury “The King of Instruments: A Voice Reborn”

works by Bach, Mendelssohn, Franck, etc
played on the Harrison & Harrison organ in King s College Chapel





Rachmaninov Two Piano Sonatas and Lullaby

Rustem Hayroudinoff

Robert Franz "Songs"

Robin Tritschler (tenor), Graham Johnson (piano)

Dimitar Nenov "Piano Concerto & Ballade No 2 for Piano and Orchestra"

Ivo Varbanov (pano);
Royal Scottish National Orchestra; Emil Tabakov

Henricus Isaac "Nell tempo di Lorenzo de' Medici & Maximillian I"

La Capella Reial De Catalunya, Hesperion XX1
Jordi Savall

CD/SACD with booklet £14.99

Like As The Hart - Music for the Templar's Garden

Works by:
Paleestrina, Tallis, Taverner, Schutz, Pitts, Buxtehude, Howells, etc

Choir of New College, Oxford
Robert Quinney

Christiane Karg (soprano) "Parfum"

songs by Ravel, Debussy/Adams, Britten, Koechlin, Duparc

Bamberger Symphoniker
£14.99

Bjarte Eike and Barokksolistene "The Alehouse Sessions"

'The Alehouse Sessions', curated and devised by Bjarte Eike, is an evolving insight into the music of the English 17th Century tavern.

Tomas Luis de Victoria "Works for Six Voices"

Nordic Voices

 

Ravel "Piano Concertos"
Falla "Nights In The Gardens Of Spain"

Steven Osborne (piano)
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Ludovic Morlot

Schumann 
Humoreske in B flat major, Blumenstuck in D flat major and
Davidsbundlertanze

Luca Burattp (piano)

Monteverdi  in  the Spirit of Jazz

jazz interpretations of Monteverdi from various artists

Bach “Cantatas for Soprano”

Carolyn Sampson with
Freiburger Barockorchester

 

Carl Czerny “Piano Concertos”

Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra
Howard Shelley (piano)

Liszt “Life, Love & Afterlife"
A Liszt recital

Dejan Lazic

Couperin L'Apotheose de Lully, Lecons de Tenebres

Arcangelo with
Jonathan Cohen (harpsichord, organ)

Jean Guyot Te Deum Laudamus and other sacred Music

Cinquecento (renaissance vocal)

George Antheil "Orchestral Works Vol. 1"

Over The Plains, Symphony No. 4 ‘1942’  and Symphony No. 5 ‘Joyous’

BBC Philharmonic

"Maestro Corelli’s Violins"
Music by Antonio Montanari, Giovanni Mossi and Giuseppe Valentini

Collegium Musicam 90

The musical influence of the famous Arcangelo Corelli is witnessed in this set of recordings of unjustly neglected concertos by three of his pupils. The variety of these works is captured by the period instruments of the critically acclaimed baroque ensemble Collegium Musicum 90.


British Music
new and recent releases

Vaughan Williams "Scott of the Antarctic: complete score"

Royal Scottish National Orchestra
Ilona Domnich (soprano)
Martin Yates
£12.99

Stanford "38 Preludes"

Sam Haywood (piano)

Elgar "Rediscovered"

An anthology of forgotten recordings including the first issue of
Elgar’s recording of his Elergy with the BBC Symphony Orchestra

Walton "Facade: An Entertainment"

Cariole Boyd and Zeb Soanes - reciters
with Ensemble directed by John Wilson

Holst
"Chamber Music"

Ensemble Arabesques

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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