Classical Department
Recommended New Releases for
January 2018

Copland " Orchestral Works Vol.3"
An Outdoor Overture
Symphony No.1
Dance Symphony
Statements

BBC Philharmonic Orchestra
John Wilson


CD/SACD

Tellemann "Latin Sacred Works"

Allabastrina Choir & Consort
Elena Sartori

The King Singers "How Fair Thou Art"

Biblical Passions by Palestrina

Grieg
Incidental Music to Peer Gynt
Piano Concerto

Jean-Efflam Bavouzet (piano)
Lise Davidsen (soprano), Ann-Helen Moen (soprano),
Victoria Nava (soprano), Johannes Weisser (baritone),
Håkon Høgemo (Hardanger Fiddle)
Bergen Philarmonic Orchestra and Choirs
Edward Gardner(cond.)


CD/SACD

Obrecht "Missa Grecorum and Motets"

The Brabant Ensemble

Johann Peter Pixis "Piano Trios"

Benjamin Nabarro, Gemma Rosefield and Tim Horton

Debussy "Piano Music"
ImagesI and II, Golliwogg's Cake-walk, La Plus Que Lente,
L'isle Joyeuse, Pagodes, La Soirée Dans Grenade, etc.

Stephen Hough

Red Priest“The Baroque Bohemians”
(Gypsy Fever from Campfire to Court)      

works by:
Heinrich Biber, Georg Phillip Telemann, André Campra,
William Byrd, Richard Nicholson,            

Bezaly and Ashkenazy
Sonatas arranged for Flute and Piano

Franck Sonata in A major
Fauré Sonata No. 1 in A major
Prokofiev Sonata in D major.

Sharon Bezaly (flute) and Vladimir Ashkenazy (piano)

CD/SACD

Johann Simon Mayr "Miserere"

I Virtuosi Italiani,
Members of the Bavarian State Opera Chorus
Simon Mayr Chorus
Concerto de Bassus;
Franz Hauk

Friedrich Seitz
Concertos for Violin and Piano Nos. 1-5

Hyejin Chung (violin)
Warren Lee (piano)

Onuté Narbutaité
"no yesterday, no tomorrow", "Riverbank-River Symphony"

Jovita Vakeviit (mezzo soprano); Tomas Pavilionis (tenor)
‎Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra
Christopher Lyndon-Gee (cond.)

Emerging from a cultural environment of silent resistance behind the Iron Curtain, Lithuanian composer Onut Narbutait has become one of the outstanding Baltic artists of recent decades. Her output has developed from distinctive chamber music into the concerto-like symphonic style heard in the works on this recording.

Songs of Peace and Praise
Choral Music from Queens College, New York

Queens College Choir and Vocal Ensemble,
The New York Virtuoso Singers,
Harold Rosenbaum, James John, Bright Sheng

Saint-Saën: Symphonic Poems

Orchestre National de Lille
Jun Märkl (cond.)


British Music
new and recent releases

Vaughan Williams "Songs of Travel"

James Gilchrist (Tenor)
Philip Dukes (viola)
Anna Tilbrook (piano)

Tippett "Symphonies Nos 1 & 2"

BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Martyn Brabbins

British Violin Concertos

Works by:
Paul Patterson; Kenneth Leighton; Gordon Jacob

Clare Howick (violin)
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra;
Grant Llewellyn

Walton Symphonies 1 & 2

Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra,
Kirill Karabits (conductor)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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