1 CD / Musical Concepts / 2015-03-31Conductors: Rozhdestvensky, Gennadi
Ensemble: London Symphony Orchestra
Rozhdestvensky and the LSO perform one of the most notable recordings of Rachmaninov's second symphony, receiving lavish praise from major review publications. This is the...continue...
Tartini: Devil's Trill Sonata; Violin Concertos D. 12, D. 51, D. 80, D. 115 / David Oistrakh, violin; Lev Oborin, piano; Orch. de L'Auvergne
1 CD / Musical Concepts / 2015-03-31Conductors: Beek, Arie van
Ensemble: Orchestre de L'Auvergne
Baroque violinist and composer Giuseppe Tartini is rightly best known for his masterpiece sonata `The Devil's Trill,` a work which is still considered extremely difficult...continue...
3 CD / Musical Concepts / 2015-03-31
Scottish pianist Murray McLachlan has attracted lavish praise throughout his career, with numerous rave reviews by Gramophone and Penguin, and is especially renowned as an...continue...
Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition; Khovanshchina Prelude; Stravinsky: Petrushka (1911) / Charles Mackerras, London SO; New Philharmonia Orch.
1 CD / Musical Concepts / 2015-03-31Conductors: Mackerras, Charles
Ensemble: London Symphony Orchestra; New Philharmonia Orchestra
Two landmarks of Russian music on one album! Mussorgsky's masterpiece suite, originally a work for solo piano (later orchestrated by Ravel), is presented complete, and...continue...
Carl Nielsen: The Concertos / Saeka Matsuyama, violin; John McCaw, clarinet; Jennifer Stinton, flute
1 CD / Musical Concepts / 2015-03-31Conductors: Wagner, Jan; Leppard, Raymond; Bedford, Steuart
Ensemble: New Philharmonia Orchestra; Odense Symphony Orchestra; Scottish Chamber Orchestra
Denmark's greatest composer, Carl Nielsen is best known for his symphonie (released on Alto in 2015, ALC 2505) and his three concertos. This album presents...continue...
1 CD / Musical Concepts / 2015-03-31Conductors: Skeaping, Lucie
Ensemble: City Waites
Early music ensemble City Waites are authorities in the vernacular music of the taverns and countryside of 16th and 17th century England, with informed performances...continue...