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Thu 14 Feb, 2019:
Arlene Sierra: Volume 3, Butterflies Remember a Mountain – Avian Mirrors; Butterflies Remember a Mountain; Counting-Out Rhyme; Of Risk and Memory; Truel

This third volume in Bridge’s invaluable survey of Arlene Sierra hones in on chamber music composed between 1997 and 2013. Cellist Leonard...

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Mon 28 Jan, 2019:
Bach: Partita No 4 in D major; Italian Concerto; Chaconne from Violin Partita in D minor (arranged for piano by Busoni)

The philosophy of an erstwhile musician re-ignites. For Edwin Fischer (1886-1960) Bach “towered above the centuries, but to interpret his works...

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Wed 19 Oct, 2016:
Dett: The Ordering of Moses

Captured live at a Carnegie Hall performance in 2014, this first recording of The Ordering of Moses, a ‘Biblical Folk Scene’ by Ontario-born R...

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Tue 22 Dec, 2015:
Wainwright: Prima Donna

Inspired by Maria Callas, commissioned by the Metropolitan Opera (but withdrawn by the composer after objections to it being sung in his preferred...

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Mon 19 Oct, 2015:
Marcello: Psalms – Estro-poetico armonico adapted into English by Charles Avison

What a surprisingly delightful album. Delightful because these psalm-settings have a propulsive energy that is positively operatic, thanks to their...

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Thu 06 Nov, 2014:
Escape to Paradise: The Hollywood Album

Although Nicola Benedetti may have stolen his thunder, Daniel Hope makes a decent fist of the Korngold Concerto, the main event on another selection...

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Thu 23 Oct, 2014:
Nicola Benedetti – Homecoming: A Scottish Fantasy

The Scots might have voted against independence in the recent referendum, but this recording gets an enthusiastic “Yes” from me with its rare...

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Tue 09 Sep, 2014:
Paul O'Dette – My Favourite Dowland

Given that he has already recorded a complete set for this label, one might imagine that Paul O’Dette had already said everything he had to say...

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