Notes & Reviews:
Ben van Oosten has played his way through vast acres of French romantic music, superbly recording more repertoire than most organists could play in a life-time... It would be hard to imagine a finer version.
Ben van Oosten's performances cannot be too highly praised. He is deeply committed, has a wonderful ear for sonority and detail... and every performance creates the thrill and spontaneity of live music-making, while the recording of all three organs is magnificent.
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'First Vienna School' Mozart: Marriage of Figaro, Ov.; Symphony No. 40; Haydn: Symphonies Nos. 88 & 94 'Drumroll' / Wilhelm Furtwängler
Herbert von Karajan, Maestro for the Screen - J.S. Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No. 3; Suite No. 2. A documentary including interviews with Karajan and his collaborators (rec. 1967-1968) [Blu-ray]
Tchaikovsky: Piano Trio, Op. 50; Arensky: Piano Trio, Op. 32 / Trio Wanderer
The Complete Songs of Poulenc, Vol. 4 / John Mark Ainsley, Ann Murray, William Dazeley, Sarah Fox. Malcolm Martineau, piano
Giuseppe Tartini: The Violin Concertos, Vol. 17 / L'Arte dell'Arco, Federico Guglielmo, Carlo Lazari
Shostakovich: Violin Concerto No. 1; Rihm: Gesungene Zeit / Jaap van Zweden, violin
Vaughan Williams: Ten Blake Songs; On Wenlock Edge; Dove: The End; Warlock: The Curlew / Mark Padmore, tenor
Tchaikovsky: Nutcracker Suite: Duke Ellington & Billy Strayhorn: Nutcracker Suite / Harmonie Ensemble, New York
Weber: Symphonies; Overtures; Piano Concertos; Clarinet Concertos / Emma Johnson, clarinet; Peter Rosel, piano