Théodore Gouvy: The Complete Symphonies (6); Symphonie Breve, Op. 58 / Deutsche Radio PO, Jacques Mercier
4 CD / CPO / 2015-07-10Conductors: Mercier, Jacques
Ensemble: Deutsche Radio Philharmonie; Saarbruecken Kaiserslautern
Born in 1819 as a Prussian citizen in a Saarbru¨cken suburb then named Goffontaine (today’s Scheidt-Schafbru¨cke), when Louis Théodore Gouvy died in 1898 he was...continue...
British Clarinet Quintets: Works by Sir Arthur Somervell, Samuel Coleridge-Taylor & Richard Walthew / Stephan Siegenthaler, clarinet; Leipzig SQ
1 CD / CPO / 2015-07-10Conductors:
Ensemble: Leipziger Streichquartettá
The Leipzig String Quartet, “Germany’s best quartet” (Gramophone), along with clarinetist Stephan Siegenthaler present English clarinet quintets on cpo. Composers C. V. Stanford (185...continue...
Leo Fall (1873-1925): Paroli, comic opera / Anke Krabbe, Andrea Bonig, Jorg Durmuller, Michael Roider, Ralf Lukas. WDR Rundfunkorchester Koln, Alex Kober
1 CD / CPO / 2015-07-10Conductors: Kober, Axel
Ensemble: WDR Rundfunkorchester Koln
With Paroli (originally entitled Frau Denise), a variation on the Figaro theme of the amorous misadventures of a duped, married nobleman set near Paris during...continue...
Francesco Provenzale (1624-1704): Amati orrori - Lamenti & Cantatas; works by Antonio Valente, Gregorio Strozzi, Andrea Falconieri / Hannah Marrison, soprano
1 Super Audio CD / CPO / 2015-07-10Conductors:
Ensemble: Echo du Danube
Founded in 1999 Écho du Danube’s festival and concerts programs often include rediscoveries based on intensive research and library work, an often exciting as well...continue...
Johann Wenzel Kalliwoda (1801-1866): Violin Concertinos; Overtures / Ariadne Daskalakis, violin; Cologne Academy, Willens
1 CD / CPO / 2015-07-10Conductors: Willens, Michael Alexander
Ensemble: Cologne Academy
The Bohemian composer Johann Wenzel Kalliwoda (1801-66), perhaps the most important mediator between classicism and romanticism, is now known to experts as an insider’s tip...continue...
Max Bruch: Violin Concerto 1; Serenade, Op. 75; In Memoriam, adagio, Op. 65 / Antje Weithaas, violin
1 CD / CPO / 2015-07-10Works: Max Bruch: Concerto for Violin no 1 in G minor, Op. 26; Serenade, for violin and orchestra in A minor, Op. 75; In Memoriam, adagio for violin & orchestra, Op. 65
Performers: Weithaas, Antje
Conductors: Bäumer, Hermann
Ensemble: ; NDR Radiophilharmonie
Max Bruch is perhaps the most famous one-work composer, enjoying worldwide fame for his Violin Concerto in g, op. 26, with almost everything else he...continue...
Recording information: Groáer Sendesaal, NDR Hannover (03/31/2014-04/04/2014)....continue...