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Mon 30 Apr, 2018
Toby Young: The Art of Dancing (suite for trumpet, piano and strings); Geoffrey Gordon: Saint Blue (double concerto for trumpet, piano and strings, after Kandinsky); Deborah Pritchard: Seven Halts on the Somme (for solo trumpet in C, harp and string orchestra); Nimrod Borenstein: Concerto for piano, trumpet and string orchestra, Op 74
Geoffrey Gordon’s Saint Blue, inspired by two Kandinsky paintings ('All Saints 1' and 'In Blue', well worth a web search), is by far the best work...
Mon 13 Nov, 2017
James McCarthy: Codebreaker; Will Todd: Ode to a Nightingale
Codebreaker is an exceptional achievement on numerous counts. The very opening vies in its visceral impact with the opening of Vaughan Williams’s A...
Mon 22 May, 2017
Arriving hard on the heels of Fabio Luisi’s visually striking Zurich production on Blu-ray (Accentus) this second Wozzeck from Naxos faces stiff...
Fri 16 Sep, 2016
Mozart: Piano Trios – in B flat major, K 502; in E major, K 542; in G major, K 564
The Rautio Piano Trio’s growing reputation will only be enhanced by this, their debut recording of three Mozartian jewels. This might be...
Tue 30 Aug, 2016
Mahler: Symphony No 10 (performing version by Deryck Cooke)
I’ve sometimes had my doubts about the efficacy of various Mahler Ten ‘performing versions’, Deryck Cooke’s being the most well-known and...
Mon 24 Nov, 2014
Jacob: Piano Concerto No 1; Williamson: Piano Concerto No 2; Carwithen: Piano Concerto
Pianist Mark Bebbington is at his imperious, sensitive best in this fascinating triptych of concertos with string orchestra. Sydney-born Malcolm...
Fri 12 Jul, 2013
English Recorder Concertos – Richard Harvey: Concerto Incantato; Arnold: Recorder Concerto, Op 133; Jacob: Suite for Recorder and Strings
Richard Harvey (b 1952) has made a name for himself with his frequently haunting music for film and television. Composed in 2009 for that doyenne of...
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