Classical Department
Recommended New and Recent Releases for
June 2018

Alpine Symphony
Dance of the Seven Veils (from Salome)

London Symphomy Orchestra
Vladimir Jurowski

Lecons Die Tenebres
Litanies de la vierge
Magnificat a 3


String Quartet in G minor

String Quartet in F major

Jerusalem Quartet

Ferdinand Ries
Three Cello sonatas

Martin Rummel (cello)
Stefan Stroissnig (piano)

"Concert de Danse"

Ramea Daphnis et Egle and other pieces
Lully Overture et Passacaille, etc
Charpentier Aria
and pieces by Delalande and Rebel

Howard Crook (tenor)
La Petite Bande

Vocal music from the time of the great cathedrals


Scottish Fantasy for violin and Orchestra
Violin Concerto No.1

Joshua Bell
Academy of St Martin in the Field

“Festive Symphony,
The Bartered Bride  Overture and Dances”

Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra,  
Darrell Ang

C.P.E. Bach
“Two Cello Concerto & Symphony”

Ensemble Resonanz ,
Jean-Guihen  Queyras(cello)

Purcell “Suites for Harpsichord”

Ewa Rzetecka-Niewiadomska

Piano Concerto No.3
Variations on a Theme of Corelli

Boris Giltburg (piano)
Royal Scottish National Orchestra

J.S. Bach English Suites Nos. 4-6
arranged for 2 guitars

Montenegrin Guitar Duo


British Music
new and recent releases

Symphony No.2
Serenade for Strings

BBC Sympnony Orchestra


Percy Grainger
Complete Music for Wind Band 3

Royal Norwegian Navy Band

Gabrieli Consort  and Paul Mccreesh
"A Rose Magnificat”

McCreesh leads the Gabrieli Consort in a collection of English works composed either before 1558 or after 1915, responses all to medieval texts associated with the Virgin Mary. Includes  songs  by Leighton, Tallis, Warlock, Sheppard,  Howells, Martin, etc.

Vaughan Williams “Mass in G Minor”

St. John’s College Choir and Nethis

British Music for
Viola and Orchestra.

works by Vaughan Williams, Howells, Walton and Bowen

Helen Callus (viola)
New Zealand Symphony Orchestra













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British Music New Releases


Record Corner is one of the few remaining independent record dealers in the U.K. that has a department specialising in Classical music.

The Classical Department is overseen by the proprietor, Tom Briggs, who has been involved in the classical music scene in the Guildford - Godalming area since 1974


In addition to the best recordings from the major record companies we also stock the best from the smaller specialist labels such as Hyperion, Chandos, CPO, Herald, BIS, Harmonia Mundi, Dutton, Regis, etc.


We also have an extensive selection of the best in Jazz including the latest ECM releases and a selection of 180gm vinyl LPs.


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