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Tue 02 Jul, 2019:
Roger Doyle: The Electrification of Night

At 70, Roger Doyle shows little sign of slowing down. An electronic music pioneer, he premiered his first opera in 2017, and this remarkable new...

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Tue 02 Jul, 2019:
Doyle: The Electrification of Night

At 70, Roger Doyle shows little sign of slowing down. An electronic music pioneer, he premiered his first opera in 2017, and this remarkable new...

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Mon 14 Jan, 2019:
Saint-Saëns: Three symphonic tableaux from La foi, Op 130; Bacchanale from Samson et Dalila, Op 47 (Act III); Symphony No 3 in C minor, Op 78 (Organ)

A first-rate Saint-Saëns compendium, splendiferously engineered and stylishly performed by the Utah Symphony under its Swiss music director Thierry...

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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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Fri 22 Sep, 2017:
Portraits: Works for flute, clarinet & piano by Chris Rogerson, Valerie Coleman, Guillaume Connesson, Rachmaninov, Paul Schoenfield and Philip Hammond

A new trans-Atlantic trio makes its debut with considerable aplomb in a programme that delights, stirs, moves and entertains in equal measure. Anthony...

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Wed 02 Aug, 2017:
Roger Doyle: Homemade Ivory Dreams

Homemade Ivory Dreams is a collection of pieces “that snuck out” while Roger Doyle was working on other projects. Which is not to suggest this is...

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Wed 14 Jun, 2017:
Brahms: Die schöne Magelone, Op 33

Brahms’s 15 Romances from Ludwig Tieck’s ‘The Wondrous Love Story of the Beautiful Magelone and Count Peter of Provence’ make up a romantic...

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Fri 04 Nov, 2016:
Berlioz: Symphonie fanstastique, Op 14; Rameau: Suite de Hippolyte et Aricie

Back in 1733, Rameau turned tables with Hippolyte et Aricie. Today it may also be radical to hear it played on modern instruments, as here. But...

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Fri 30 Sep, 2016:
Roger Doyle: Frail Things in Eternal Places

Few composers balance improvisatory freedom and structural control so deftly as Roger Doyle. Or to such striking ends. Frail Things in Eternal Places...

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Fri 03 Jun, 2016:
Overtures from the British Isles, Volume 2 – Music by Walton, Leigh, Bowen, Smyth, Ansell, Mackenzie, Coates, Parry, Quilter and Foulds

Rumon Gamba sees to it that Walton's Portsmouth Point (1924-25) kicks off this collection of British overtures in swaggering fashion, and it's...

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Tue 09 Feb, 2016:
Haydn: Symphones – No 7 in C major (Le midi); No 83 in G minor (La poule); Violin Concerto in C major

Harry Christophers’s calibre as a musician of high experience and sterling wisdom cannot be questioned. Nor on the evidence of this disc can the...

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Tue 09 Feb, 2016:
Haydn: Symphones – No 7 in C major (Le midi); No 83 in G minor (La poule); Violin Concerto in C major

Harry Christophers’s calibre as a musician of high experience and sterling wisdom cannot be questioned. Nor on the evidence of this disc can the...

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Tue 09 Feb, 2016:
Haydn: Symphones – No 7 in C major (Le midi); No 83 in G minor (La poule); Violin Concerto in C major

Harry Christophers’s calibre as a musician of high experience and sterling wisdom cannot be questioned. Nor on the evidence of this disc can the...

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