Notes & Reviews:
"...an excellent overview of Harrison old and new, East and West, tonal and atonal. The Elegy is one of the most beautiful short orchestral pieces I've ever heard...the Concerto in Slendro...is utterly disarming...Symphony 4...[is] the first symphony whose finale consists of a reciter telling three Native American coyote stories. Al Jarreau does this entertainingly, Maria Bachmann plays...sweetly and stylishly, and the California Symphony acquits itself very well...." -Raymond, ARG
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Grieg, Chopin: Piano Concertos / Thibaudet, Gergiev, et al
Randall Thompson (1899-1984): Requiem / The Philadelphia Singers, David Hayes
Szymanowski: Overture, Op. 12; Lutoslawski: Cello Concerto; Symphony No. 4 / Gautier Capuçon, cello; Alexander Liebreich, Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra
Philip Glass: Music for the Crucible for Violin & Piano / Miranda Cuckson, violin; Jeffrey Zeigler, cello
Richard Dubugnon (b.1968): Arcanes Symphoniques; Triptyque; Le Songe Salinas / Nora Gubisch, mez; Thomas Dolié, bar; Fabien Gabel; Debora Waldman; Laurent Petitgirard, Orchestre National de France