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Thu 25 Jul, 2019:
Bartók: The Wooden Prince; The Miraculous Mandarin (Suite)

Finely honed orchestral playing and superbly realistic sonics grace this undeniably superior Bartók offering from Helsinki. Composed between 1914 and...

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Tue 16 Jul, 2019:
Ruders: The Thirteenth Child

Released on disc before its first staging at Santa Fe Opera this summer, and sparked by the Brothers Grimm, Poul Ruders’ The Thirteenth Child is a...

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Mon 08 Apr, 2019:
Gál: Das Lied der Nacht

Hans Gál’s ‘dramatic ballad’ Das Lied der Nacht was premiered to glowing reviews in 1926. Banned by the Nazis, it was last staged in 1930...

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Mon 11 Feb, 2019:
Beethoven: Mass in C major, Op 86; Leonore Overture No 3, Op 72b

What did Beethoven mean by the tempo marking ‘Andante con moto assai vivace quasi Allegretto ma non troppo’ at the head of the Kyrie? Mariss...

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Thu 29 Mar, 2018:
A Map of the Kingdom of Ireland – Electro-acoustic music by 13 Irish composers

A companion to 2013’s On the Nature of Electricity & Acoustics, the beautifully packaged A Map of the Kingdom of Ireland brings Dublin-based Heresy...

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Mon 18 Sep, 2017:
Dean: Dramatis Personae; Francesconi: Hard Pace

Has anyone done more for the trumpet repertoire in recent decades than Håkan Hardenberger? This latest offering includes two barnstorming pieces...

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Wed 12 Oct, 2016:
Gounod: Cinq-Mars

Set in France in the time of Louis XIII and the formidable Cardinal Richelieu, the Marquis of Cinq-Mars is requested to lead those plotting against...

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Thu 05 May, 2016:
Handel: Arminio

Written in 1736, Handel's Arminio has the familiar conflict between love, patriotism and filial duty. The background is of battle between Arminius, a...

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Fri 31 Jul, 2015:
Bach: Partitas Nos 1-6, BWV825-830

Igor Levit's account of this music is completely persuasive; an impressive achievement by this comparatively young pianist. In essence, his...

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Mon 26 Jan, 2015:
Ward: Fantasies & Verse Anthems

English composer John Ward (c1589-1638) wrote these anthems and viol fantasies while a close associate of the young Prince of Wales, Henry Stuart, by...

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Tue 02 Jul, 2013:
Rimsky-Korsakov: Scheherazade; Stravinsky: Song of the Nightingale

In the early years of stereo, the Chicago Symphony under the great Hungarian maestro Fritz Reiner (1891-1963) set down a whole series of legendary...

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