Notes & Reviews:
Cathy Berberian, avant-garde cult diva of the 70s, leading a unique and highly entertaining program of vocal and instrumental Belle Epoque gems from David Popper, Gioachino Rossini to Anton Rubinstein, Gabriel Faure and Reynaldo Hahn - served with ironic delicacy and assisted by Bruno Canino (piano), Ludwig Boettcher (cello) and Karlheinz Zoller (flute). This record, which reminds us of the good ole days, is led by Cathy berberian and Bruno Canino.
Wie einst in schonen Tagen (Salon music of the Belle Epoque) is part of the Electrola Collection, a series that celebrates the historic record label, Electrola. Electrola was part of the EMI Classics unit in Germany best known for their rich catalogs, masterful artists and the iconic gramophone trademark.
ReviewsThere are currently no reviews, be the first one!
Peter Maxwell Davies: Taverner,opera / Knussen, Davis, BBC Symphony Orchestra
The Beecham Collection - Gretry: Zémire Et Azor
Roussel: Le festin de l'araignee; Suite in F, Op. 33; Bizet: Symphony in C
Brahms: Clarinet Sonatas Nos. 1 & 2; Beethoven: Clarinet Trio / Gervase de Peyer, clarinet; Jacqueline du Pré, cello, Daniel Barenboim, piano
Leonardo Vinci: Artaserse, opera / Philippe Jarouskky, Diego Fasolis, Max Emanuel Cencic, Franco Fagioli and Valer Barna-Sabadus
The Other Wagner - Showcasing uncommon Wagner piano works, orchestral works, overtures, marches, songs
Wagner at the MET: Legendary Performances from The Metropolitan Opera