Notes & Reviews:
Mortiz Moszkowski (1854-1925) is most known for his scintillating piano compositions. He also composed an opera, a full-length ballet, three orchestra suites, a symphony, songs, concertos and chamber music - almost all of which remain neglected or forgotten. The San Francisco Ballet Orchestra is internationally recognized as one of the foremost ballet orchestra in the world. Over the years, the orchestra has accompanied such prestigious ballet comapnies as American Ballet Theatre, The Royal Ballet, Bolshoi Ballet and many others.
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Humphrey Searle (1915-1982): Symphonies Nos. 3 & 5; Zodiac Variations; Labyrinth / Louis Fremaux, John Pritchard, Lawrence Foster, Lawrence Leonard,
Henrik Hellstenius (b.1963): Ophelias - Death by Water Singing / Elisabeth Holmertz; Tora Augestad; Ivan Ludlow; Silje Aker Johnsen; Janna Vettergren; Ebba Rydh
Melchior Vulpius (1570-1615): Sacred Polyphonic Motets / René Michael Roder, Capella Daleminzia
Kevin Puts (b.1972): Symphony No. 2; Flute Concerto; River's Rush / Adam Walker, flute; Marin Alsop, Peabody Symphony Orchestra
Carlo Farina (1600-1639): Consort Music 1627 / Pietro Busca, Accademia del Ricercare
Telemann: Trios for Viola / Simone Eckert, Hamburger Tasmusik
"Les Voyages de l'Amour" - Works by Joseph Bodin de Boismortier, Jean-Féry Rebel, Michel Corrette / Ensemble Meridiana
Cello Concertos by Johann Adelph Hasse, Johann Wilhelm Hertel, CPE Bach / Alexander Rudin, Musica Viva
Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767): The Grand Concertos for Mixed Instruments, Vol. 3 / La Stagione Frankfurt, Michael Schneider