Notes & Reviews:
Among the French harpsichord repertoire of the early 1700s, two composers in particular have attracted attention time and again: Louis Marchand and Louis Nicolas Clérambault. In Paris, when both were about 30 years old, they each published two books of harpsichord works.
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Hovhaness: Magnificat / Donald Pearson
Hoffmeister: Wind Serenades / Consortium Classicum [Includes CPO Catalog]
Elgar: Complete Original Organ Music / Daniel Justin, Grand Organ of Leeds Cathedral
Jean-Philippe Rameau: Zaïs / Hasnaa Bennani, Amel Brahim-Djelloul, Sandrine Piau, Christoph Prégardien, Zachary Wilder, Benoît Arnould, Aimery Lefèvre. Les Talens Lyriques, Rousset
Gabrieli - Music for Brass Ensemble: 16 pieces by Giovanni Gabrieli, including his Sacrae symphoniae (1597) and a work by John Williams: Music for Brass / National Brass Ensemble
Mieczyslaw Weinberg: The Idiot, opera / Juhan Tralla, Steven Scheschareg, Ludmila Slepneva, Bryan Boyce, Lars Moller. Thomas Sanderling
Haydn Wood: Violin Concerto in A minor; Coleridge-Taylor: Violin Concerto, Op. 80; Delius: Suite for Violin & Orchestra / Tasmin Little, violin
Mr. Handel's Trumpeters - English Trumpet Music from Purcell to Handel, with works by Keller, Dowland, Clarke, Shore / Baroque Trumpet Ens., Berlin; Johann Plietzsch
E.J. Moeran (1894-1950): Folksong Arrangements from Norfolk; Suffolk Folksongs (6); Songs from County Kerry / Adrian Thompson, tenor; Marcus Farnsworth, baritone; John Talbot, piano