Notes & Reviews:
Ton Koopman's edition has to be assessed on the basis of these two questions: a) does the music he has chosen match the text?; b) does the music he composed himself indeed come close to the style of Bach or his time?
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Glazunov: Raymonda / Anissimov, Moscow Symphony Orchestra
Leonard Slatkin conducts Vaughan William - Symphonies nos 1-9; Sea Songs; 'Tallis' & 'Greensleeves' Fantasias et al. [6 CDs]
Brahms: A German Requiem, Op. 45 / Sylvia McNair; Hakan Hagegard. Kurt Masur
Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition; Prokofiev: Classical Symphony / Masur
A Vision of Eternity - Otto Olsson: Credo Symphoniacum; Charles-Marie Widor: Symphonie Romane / Georges Athanasiades, organ
Paganini: Works for Violin & Guitar / Gyorgy Terebesi, violin; Sonja Prunnbauer, guitar
Albeniz: Iberia Books 1 & 2; Espana / Daniel Barenboim, piano
Bach: St. Matthew Passion / Guy de Mey, Peter Kooy, Barbara Schlick, Kai Wessel, Christoph Prégardien; Klaus Mertens. Ton Koopman
A German Soul: Devotional Music from 17th-century Hamburg by Rosenvuller, Scheidemann, Bach, Praetorius, Tunder, Meckmann et al. / Ensemble Meridien