Notes & Reviews:
As of 2013, following a lapse of some ten years, the famed Erato imprint has been reborn. - French-born conductor Marc Minkowski's interpretations of French baroque works are highly regarded. This release features Jean-Philippe Rameau's opera-ballet Les Surprises de l'amour, a work premiered at Versailles in 1748.
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Radu Lupu Edition - Schubert: Piano Sonatas
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Weinberg: Symphony No. 18 "War - there is no word more cruel"; Trumpet Concerto / Andrew Balio, trumpet
Purcell: Music for The Queen Mary - Come Ye Sons of Art / John Eliot Gardiner
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Bach: Secular Cantatas BWV 201, 205 & 213 / Rene Jacobs
Mieczyslaw Weinberg: Symphony No. 21 "Kaddish"; Polish Tunes, Op. 47/2 / Veronika Bartenyeva, soprano; Siberian SO, Vasilyev