Classical Department
Recommended New and Recent Releases for
May 2018

Smetana
“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

Rachmaninov
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

 

Mathias Kjøller(Clarinet)
with Chloë Hanslip (violin),
Simon Crawford-Phillips (piano) and
The
Callino Quartet.

works for clarinet by
Schumann, Reinecke, Debussy,
Berg & Corigliano

Borgstrom Violin Concerto

Shostakovich Violin Concerto No.1

Eldbjørg Hemsing (violin)
Wiener Symphoniker

CD/SACD

Mahler "Symphony No.6"

Minnesota Orchestra
Osmo Vanska

CD/SACD

Julian Lloyd Webber "A Span of Time"

with Jiaxin Lloyd Webber (cello),
Jon Lenehan (piano), English Chamber Orchestra and European Union Chamber Orchestra.

In this 4 CD retrospective JLW can be heard as soloist, arranger and conductor. He evokes the lyricism of the songs of Delius and John Ireland with rich expressivity, adapts a selection of music from Monteverdi to Arvo Pärt for the combination of two cellos, and crafts new and exciting Vivaldi arrangements. His conducting prowess is shown by performances of English string music.

Stravinsky
Petrushka  and Firebird Suites

London Philharmonic Orchestra,
Klaus Tennstedt

first ever release,
recorded Royal Festival Hall,1992

Canterbury Vocals presents:
"The Canterbury Voices"
Recorded live at St Peter and St Paul, Boughton

An unusual selection of beautifully sung songs including:
Sweet Kate; Poisoning pigeons in the park (Lehrer); Le nozze di Figaro Ove. (Mozart); Goodnight Sweetheart; Amazing Grace; Oh soldier, soldier; etc.

 Arvo Part “The Symphonies”
(Symphonies 1 - 4)

 NFM Wroclaw Philharmoni Orchestra
 Tõnu Kaljuste (cond)

Crusell
The Three Clarinet Concertos
Introduction et Air Suedois.

Michael Collins (clarinet/cond.)
Swedish Chamber Orchestra

CD/SACD


British Music
new and recent releases

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

Sir Hubert Parry
12 Sets of English Lyrics
Volume II

Sarah Fox (soprano)
James Gilchrist (tenor)
Robert Williams (baritone)
Andrew West (piano)

Roger Quilter
“Songs of Vol2

Nathan Vale (tenor),
Adrian Farmer (piano)

"Sacred and Profane"
works by Britten and Cornysh

The Sixteen
Harry Christophers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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