Notes & Reviews:
In spite of a life's work which includes 108 opus numbers, Alexander Glazunov (1865-1936) remains undeservedly quite neglected in today's concert halls, aside maybe the Violin Concerto (1904), which was good enough to earn a recording by Jascha Heifetz, among others. His two piano concertos, both composed during the 1910s, remain fully Russian works of the internationalist, late-19th c. Romantic, virtuoso school. Pianist Karl-Andreas Kolly is accompanied by conductor Howard Griffiths leading the Slovak Radio Symphony on these 1998 recordings, now newly reissued.
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Joan Lippincott & Philadelphia Brass: Works of Handel, Widor, Pinkham et al. / Joan Lippincott, organ
Michael Richard de Lalande: Symphonies pour les Soupers du Roy / La Simphonie du Marais, Hugo Reyne
Romantic Piano Concerto, Vol. 66 - Henri Herz (1803-88): Piano Concerto No. 2; Grand polonaise brillante; Rossini Fantasy & Variations et al. / Howard Shelley, piano; Tasmanian SO
Paul Hindemith: The Long Christmas Dinner, opera / Camille Zamora, Sara Murphy, Jarrett Ott, Josh Quinn, Glenn Seven Allen, Catherine Martin, Kathryn Guthrie, Scott Murphree
German Baroque Cantatas, Vol. 2 - works by Telemann & Fasch / Heidi Maria Taubert, Steve Wachter, Michael Zabanoff, Matthias Vieweg. Michael Scholl
Giuseppe Martucci (1856-1909): Piano Trios Nos. 1 & 2, Opp. 59 & 62 / Trio Vega
Franz Ignaz Beck (1734-1809): Six Symphonies, Op. 2 / Thirteen Strings CO, Mallon
Johann Wenzel Kalliwoda (1801-1866): Violin Concertinos; Overtures / Ariadne Daskalakis, violin; Cologne Academy, Willens
British Clarinet Quintets: Works by Sir Arthur Somervell, Samuel Coleridge-Taylor & Richard Walthew / Stephan Siegenthaler, clarinet; Leipzig SQ