Notes & Reviews:
The Great Gate of Kiev is in itself huge. But with the eight horns of german hornsound plus percussion amplification it becomes gigantic! After their successful Verdi-Wagner Portrait "Siegfried and Violetta" the world-class horn players appear again in 8.1 wide-screen format on their second GENUIN-CD. However, before the listener is blasted away by the sound of the Great Gate, he travels through a veritable musical Jurassic Park: spooked by The Gnome, a witches' sabbath on the Bald Mountain, and morbid waltzes and emotional suffering with Romeo and Juliet. On the program: Mussorgsky, Shostakovich, and Prokofiev - here dances the Russian bear!
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Telemann: Complete concertos for horns, strings, and basso continuo / R.J. Kelley, horn; Palisades Baroque
A Swedish Trombone Wilderness - works by Hillborg, Larsson, Lindberg, Rabe, Alfven / Lars Karlin, trombone; Katarzyna Wieczorek, piano
Heinrich Schütz (1585-1672): St. Matthew Passion / Dresden Chamber Choir; Rademann
Battles in Music - works by Beethoven, Tchaikovsky, Balada, Harris, Prokofiev, Holst, Kodaly, Korngold, Liszt, Coates, Debussy, Smetana / various artists
Sergey Taneyev: The Complete Quintets / Martinu SQ; Olga Vinokur, piano; Jiri Barta, cello; Jitka Hosprova, viola
Edvard Grieg: Lyric Pieces / Paul Crossley, piano
Dark Hours: Mystic Moments of Classical Music, including the 'Dies irae' from Verdi's Requiem; Bruckner's 'Te Deum'; Mozart's 'Lacrimosa' etc. / various artists
Stanford: Piano Trio No. 2; Piano Quartet No. 1 / Gould Piano Trio, David Adams, viola
Gounod: Requiem; Dvorák: Mass in D / Brettschneider, Lichtenberg, Marks, Witt, soloists; Hye-Lin Hur, organ; Berlin Radio Choir; Polyphonia Ensemble Berlin; Joost