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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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
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
The Choir of King's College Cambridge: The Complete Argo Recordings, celebrating the tenure of David Willcocks (1957-1973), including 6 albums released here for the first time [29 CDs]
Lars-Erik Larsson (1908-1986): Symphony No. 2; Variations Op. 50; Barocco Suite Op. 64 / Helsingborg SO, Andrew Manze
Frank Bridge: Piano Quintet in D Minor; Cyril Scott: Piano Quintet No. 1 / Raphael Terroni, piano; Bingham String Quartet