Notes & Reviews:
Ferdinand Thieriot was, like Johannes Brahms, a student of Eduard Marxsen in Hamburg. His music, especially the chamber works, was popular during his lifetime but has been totally forgotten since his death in 1919, not least because the archives containing his manuscripts were taken to Leningrad after the Second World War. It is time to rediscover this generous and big-hearted music, which overflows with memorable melodies.
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Tovey: Cello Concerto, Air, Elegiac Variations / Neary, Vass
Friedrich Gernsheim: Piano Quintets Nos. 1 & 2
Reynaldo Hahn: Concerto for Violin; Concerto for Piano; Suite Hongroise / Denis Clavier; Angeline Pondepeyre
August Klughardt (1847-1902): Symphony No. 5; Overtures / Antony Hermus
Ernst Mielck (1877-1899): Overtures; Finnish Suite; Old Bohemian Christmas Song; Old Germanic Yule Feast / Juha Kotilainen, baritone
Balakirev: Complete Piano Works, Vol. 1 - Sonatas / Nicholas Walker
Bruckner: Symphony No. 6 / Jaap van Zweden, Netherlands Radio PO
Handel Chandos Anthems: I Will Magnify Thee - As Pants the Hart - O Come, let us sing unto the Lord etc. / Susan Gritton, Iestyn Davies
Adolphe Samuel (b.1824): Symphony No. 6; Joseph Jongen: Three Symphonic Movements / Brabbins