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Wed 30 Aug, 2017
Brahms: Piano Concertos – No 1 in D minor, Op 15; No 2 in B flat major, Op 83
A vein of melancholy stalks most of the first movement of No 1. Mark Elder’s pacing is certainly Maestoso, his balancing of instrumental lines very...
Mon 24 Jul, 2017
CPE Bach: Complete Works for Keyboard and Violin
Years ago, my older daughter expressed the view that CPE Bach’s music sounds like a busker waiting outside a train station, dreamily meandering...
Fri 13 May, 2016
Brahms: Piano Quartet No 1 in G minor, Op 25; Fauré: Piano Quartet No 1 in C minor, Op 15: Schnittke: Piano Quartet in A minor
The Berlin Piano Quartet is made up of players from the Berlin Philharmonic, plus pianist Kim Barbier: two German, two French – an ideal mix for...
Tue 26 Jan, 2016
Dvořák: Stabat Mater, Op 58
One of the principal joys of Dvořák's maturity was his first concert in England (March 1884), where, at the Royal Albert Hall, this “Lion of the...
Thu 21 Jan, 2016
Wagner: Das Rheingold
Here's a Das Rheingold that punches well above its weight and price bracket. Tempo-wise, Jaap van Zweden, like Karajan and unlike Gergiev (reviewed 27...
Thu 19 Jun, 2014
American Grace – John Adams: Hallelujah Junction; China Gates; Steven Mackey: Stumble to Grace; Sneaky March
John Adams’s Hallelujah Junction, for two pianos, peals invitingly in its intricate opening, and from there over three movements and 16 minutes the...
Mon 26 Aug, 2013
Fantasticus – Baroque chamber works by Buxtehude, Stradella, Schmelzer, Jenkins, Pandolfi Mealli, Kertzinger, Muffat & Bertali
For their recording debut, the Baroque trio Fantasticus has chosen a variety of exponents of the notion of stylus fantasticus that evolved in...
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