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John CARBON (b. 1951) Benjamin Stephen Kalm (baritone) Valerie Bernhardt (mezzo) Franklin & Marshall College Opera Theatre/William Wright rec. live 2006 ZIMBEL RECORDS ZR114 [65:47 + 66:58] [JW]

A very likeable work ... see Full Review

Luigi CHERUBINI (1760-1842) Missa Solemnis, Antifona, Nemo gaudeat Bayerischen Rundfunks SO/Ricardo Muti rec. 2006/7 EMI CLASSICS 3943162 [50:53] [JW]

Another authoritative entrant in the Cherubini lists; not perfect but attractive ... see Full Review

Frederic CHOPIN (1810-1849) Sonata No. 3; Berceuse Franz LISZT (1811-1886) En Rêve, Nocturne; Sonata in B minor Mu Ye Wu (piano) rec. 2007 ZIG-ZAG TERRITOIRES ZZT071101 [63:26][RC] 

A strong contender, especially for the Liszt ... see Full Review

Fryderyk CHOPIN (1810-1849) Benno Moiseiwitsch - Volume 11: Chopin Recordings 1916-27 Includes Waltzes No.6, 11 & 14, Impromptus 1 & 2, Etudes 3, 10, 11 & 15 Benno Moiseiwitsch (piano) rec. 1916-27 NAXOS HISTORICAL 8.111117 [69:08] [JW]

Glittering, idiosyncratic, aristocratic and wilfully wonderful ... see Full Review

Domenico CIMAROSA (1749-1801) Overtures - Volume 1 Includes La baronessa Stramba, Il matrimonio segreto, L’infedeltà fedele, Il ritorno di Don Calendrino Il convito Nicolaus Esterházy Sinfonia/Alessandro Amoretti rec. 2000 NAXOS 8.570508 [69:06] [DW]

A worthwhile collection of music from a period when Mozart didn’t have it all his own way in the opera house … see Full Review

RECORDING OF THE MONTH Eric COATES Sound and Vision Music for Orchestra and Songs with Orchestra BBC Concert Orchestra/John Wilson. rec. 2007 DUTTON EPOCH CDLX 7198 [71:03] [RB]

Fills gaps with a consummate sweep and mastery ... see Full Review

Dinos CONSTANTINIDES (b. 1929) Celestial Symphony No. 6 [24:33] Concerto for alto saxophone and chamber orchestra - Midnight Fantasy II (1989, rev. 1991) [16:57] Concerto No. 3 for alto saxophone and orchestra [14:17] Homage - A Folk Concerto for alto saxophone and orchestra (1988) [17:19] Theodore Kerkezos (alto saxophone) Nürnberger Symphoniker/Stefanos Tsialis rec. 2005, Nürnberger Symphoniker Hall. DDD CENTAUR CRC 2871 [71:06] [RB]

Seraphic, peaceful, awed yet dance plays its part too. ... see Full Review

Francesco Bartolomeo CONTI (1682-1732) David Falti Il Complesso Barocco/Alan Curtis rec. 2003  VIRGIN CLASSICS 3788772 [76:03 + 79:05][JW]

A triumphantly assured and important recording ... see Full Review

James COOK (b. 1966) From Wonderland to Heaven – Music for voices, organ and harp Voces Oxonienses/Rufus Frowde rec. 2006 DIVINE ARTS DIVERSIONS DDV24123 [77:13][DM]

A curious enterprise that promises much but fails to deliver ... see Full Review

Aaron COPLAND (1900–1990) Appalachian Spring – suite (1944) [24:48] Nonet for Strings (1961) [16:28] Two Pieces for String Quartet (1924/1928) [8:50] St Luke’s Chamber Ensemble/Dennis Russell Davies rec. October/November 1989, The Performing Arts Center, SUNY Purchase, New York. re-issue of MusicMasters 67055 (1990) NIMBUS NI 2506 [50:06] [BBr]

Serviceable performances and quite enjoyable, but better interpretations are available.... see Full Review

Noël COWARD (1899-1973) The Noël Coward Songbook Ian Bostridge (tenor); Sophie Daneman (soprano); Jeffrey Tate (piano) rec. 2001 EMI CLASSICS ENCORE 5090192 [63:13][OW]

A project doomed from the start ... see Full Review

Claude DEBUSSY (1862-1918) La Demoiselle élue see MASSENET

Claude DEBUSSY (1862-1918) Arabesques Nos. 1 & 2; Children's Corner; Images: Books 1 & 2; Clair de lune; L'isle joyeuse Simon Trpčeski (piano) rec. 2007 EMI CLASSICS 5002722 [62:27][DM]

Some really lovely, idiomatic playing but if only Trpčeski’s musical judgment were more consistent ... see Full Review

Frederick DELIUS (1862-1934) Songs Yvonne Kenny (soprano); Piers Lane (piano) rec. 2006 HYPERION CDA67594 [62:09][EM]

Performed with passion and flair. Good stuff ... see Full Review

David DIAMOND (1915-2005) Kaddish for cello and orchestra see From Jewish Life

Franz and Karl DOPPLER (1821-1883); (1825-1900) Music for Flutes and Orchestra Patrick Gallois (flute); Kazunori Seo (flute) Sinfonia Finlandia Jyväskylä/Patrick Gallois rec.2006 NAXOS 8.570378 [66:26][CR]

Thoroughly enjoyable, with excellent playing throughout ... see Full Review

Justus Johann Friedrich DOTZAUER (1783-1860) Duo for violin and cello Op.124 (1830s) see Duos

Johan DUIJCK (b. 1954) Alma de la Música; Cantar del Alma; Alma, búscate en Mí Gents Madrigaalkoor; Vlaams Radio Koor; Collegium Instrumentale Brugense/Johan Duijck rec. 2007 PHAEDRA 92054 [70:12][HC]

Superbly made, eminently singable and often quite beautiful ... see Full Review

George DYSON (1883-1964) Choral Music Royal College of Music Chamber Choir; Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir David Willcocks rec. 1985-7 SOMM SOMMCD014 [70:48][EM]

Good performances of works that should be heard more frequently ... see Full Review

George DYSON (1883-1964) Includes Nebuchadnezzar, Woodland Suite, Three Songs of Praise Mark Padmore (tenor); Neal Davies (bass-baritone); BBC SO & Ch/Richard Hickox rec. 2006 CHANDOS CHAN10439 [68:57] [RB]

Enthusiasts for the festive yet idiosyncratic mainstream of British choral music need look no further ... see Full Review

Edward ELGAR (1857-1934) CD 1 [64:01] Symphony No. 1 in A flat, Op. 55 (1908) [49:33] Overture Cockaigne, Op. 40 (1900) [14:21] CD 2 [73:40] Symphony No. 2 in E flat, Op. 63 (1910) [52:57] Sea Pictures, Op. 37* (1899) [20:28] Della Jones (mezzo) London Symphony Orchestra/Sir Charles Mackerras (CD1) Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Charles Mackerras (CD2) rec. Walthamstow Assembly Hall, CD1: April 1990; CD2: March 1993. DDD DECCA ELOQUENCE 442 8277 [64:01 + 73:40] [RB]

Readings that satisfy with insight and excitement ... see Full Review

Edward ELGAR (1857-1934) Cello Concerto Nikolai MIASKOVSKY (1881-1950) Cello Concerto Jamie Walton (cello) Philharmonia O/Alexander Briger rec. 2006 SIGNUM CLASSICS SIGCD116 [54:56] [JW]

Affecting but not lachrymose, noble but not unyielding ... see Full Review

Roberto FABBRICIANI (b. 1949) Glaciers in Extinction Roberto Fabbriciani (hyperbass flute) rec. 2005 COL LEGNO WWE1CD20254 [57:14][CR]

I was captivated with this unique music from beginning to end ... see Full Review

Gerald FINZI (1901-1956) Dies natalis, Prelude, The Fall of the Leaf, Two Sonnets, Nocturne, Farewell to Arms James Gilchrist (tenor) Bournemouth SO/David Hill rec. 2007 NAXOS 8.570417 [66:40] [RB]

Finzi’s melancholy, rapture and nobility articulated with fidelity ... see Full Review

Grant FOSTER (b. 1945) Celebration Overture; Rhapsody for Piano and Orchestra; Ballade for Piano and Violin; Four Voyages for Piano Mira Yevtich (piano); Maria Safaryanc (violin); Novaya Rossia State Orchestra/Alexander Anissimov rec. 2007 BEL AIR MUSIC BAM2041 [65:23][RB]

Entertaining music from a master agile at moving among a world of distinctive styles ... see Full Review

Jean FRANCAIX (1912-1997) Quintet No. 2 for flute, string trio and harp (1989) [17:06] Charles BORDES (1863-1909) Suite Basque Op. 6 (world premiere recording) (1887) [22:23] Vincent D’INDY (1851-1931) Suite en parties for obbligato flute, violin, viola, cello and harp, Op. 91 (1927) [16:14] Gabriel PIERNÉ (1863-1937) Voyage au "Pays du Tendre" d’après la Carte du Tendre for flute, violin, viola, cello and harp (1936) [12:05] Andre JOLIVET (1905-1974) Chant de Linos for solo flute, violin, viola, cello and harp (1944) [11:16] Carlo Jans (flute), Kateřina Englichová (harp)
Martinů Quartet: Lubomír Havlák, Irena Herajnová (violins), Jan Jíša (viola), Jitka Vlašánková (cello) rec. May, Sept 2007, Domovina Studio, Prague. DDD ARCO DIVA UP 0104-2 131 [79:35]

A fascinating recital drawing strength and passion from all the performers ... see Full Review

Steven R. GERBER (b. 1948) Spirituals for String Orchestra, Clarinet Concerto, Serenade Concertante Jon Manasse (clarinet); José Miguel Cueto (violin); Natalia Malkova (violin) St Petersburg State Academic Symphony/Vladimir Lande rec. 2005 ARABESQUE RECORDINGS Z6803 [56:06] [CR]

A strong accessibly modern voice … moments of excellence, strong melodic lines ... see Full Review

Roberto GERHARD (1896-1970) Symphony No. 4 ‘New York’ (1967) [26:04] Violin Concerto (1942-5) [34:03]* Yfrah Neaman (violin) BBC Symphony Orchestra/Colin Davis rec. 1972, London. ADD originally released as Decca Argo ZRG701 LYRITA SRCD.274 [60.10] [JF]

A vital, interesting, impressive and deeply moving composer who well deserves our attention ... see Full Review

Philip GLASS (b. 1937) Another Look at Harmony, part 4 [1975/77] (60.29) Christopher Bowers Broadbent (organ) The Choir of the 21st Century/Howard Williams rec. 3-5 June 2007, Gray’s Inn Chapel, London SOMM SOMMCD 072 [60.29] [RH]

A striking new sound to Glass’s familiar world ... see Full Review

Reinhold GLIERE (1875-1956) Huit morceaux Op.39 (1909): No.1 Prelude [2:28]; No.3 Berceuse [2:32]; No.4 Canzonetta [1:36]; No.7 Scherzo [2:52] ... see Duos

Christoph Willibald GLUCK (1714–1787) Orphée et Eurydice Anne Sofie von Otter, Barbara Hendricks, Monteverdi Ch, Orchestre de l’Opéra National de Lyon/Sir John Eliot Gardiner rec. 1989 EMI CLASSICS 5091612 [41:52 + 47:55] [GF]

For an exalted level of singing the present set requires to be heard by all lovers of this opera ... see Full Review

Stephen GOSS (b. 1964) Frozen Music; Uneasy Dreams; Dark Knights and Holy Fool; Under Milk Wood Songs; Sonata for Guitar Students from the Yehudi Menuhin School rec. 1993-2007 CADENZA MUSIC CACD0711 [67.43][RH]

Accessible but distinctively thought-provoking material ... see Full Review

Charles GOUNOD (1818-1893) Faust Plácido Domingo, Mirella Freni, Nicolaï Ghiaurov, Thomas Allen, Ch & O Théâtre National de l'Opéra de Paris/Georges Prêtre rec. 1978 EMI CLASSICS 5091662 [3 CDs] [MC]

Splendid performances do the talking here on this valuable EMI Classics set ... see Full Review

Edvard Grieg (1843-1907) Symphonic Dances see Mozart

Carlos GUASTAVINO (1912-2000) The Complete Piano Music Martin Jones (piano) rec. Concert Hall, Wyastone Leys, Monmouth, UK, 5-6 December 2005; 24-25 April 2006 NIMBUS NI 5818/20 [3 CDs: 75:43 + 65:00 + 72:40] [DC]

An enticing combination of Argentinean nostalgia, dancing rhythms and peerless singing melodies. ... see Full Review

Joseph GHYS (1801-1848) Variations brillantes sur 'God save the King' Op.38 (c.1835) [10:51] ...see Cello Duos

George Frideric HANDEL (1685–1759) Concerti Grossi Op. 6/7-12 Boston Baroque/Martin Pearlman rec. 2007 TELARC CD80688 [79:33] [DC]

Spirited performances of the utmost clarity and refinement ... see Full Review

Joseph HAYDN (1732-1809) Symphonies Nos. 102 & 104 English Chamber Orchestra/Jeffrey Tate rec. 1985 EMI CLASSICS ENCORE 5090152 [61:18][BW]

Excellent performances and recording add up to a real bargain ... but don’t forget the superb Davis and Beecham complete sets ... see Full Review

RECORDING OF THE MONTH Joseph HAYDN (1732-1809) The Creation Chetham’s Chamber Choir; Gabrieli Consort & Players/Paul McCreesh rec. 2006 ARCHIV PRODUKTION 4777361 [79:27 + 29:29][JQ]

Haydn’s great masterpiece makes its full effect in this exceptional performance ... see Full Review

Rilke-Lieder Paul HINDEMITH (1895–1963) 6 Lieder from Das Marienleben Regina WITTEMEIER (b. 1956) Ich lebe mein Leben in wachsenden Ringen – acht Lieder nach Rainer Maria Rilke Barbara Sauter (soprano), Richard Wiedl (tenor), Fabian Dobler (piano) rec. 2005 THOROFON CTH2458 [46:28] [BBr]

Unfortunate that Wittemeier had her songs coupled with the selection from Hindemith ... see Full Review

Alun HODDINOTT (1929-2008) Horn Concerto Op.65 (1969) [13:05] Humphrey SEARLE (1915-1982) Aubade for Horn and Strings Op.28 (1955) [7:07] Don BANKS (1923-1980) Horn Concerto (1965) [20:16] Nicholas MAW (b. 1935) Sonata for Strings and Two Horns (1967) [22:04] Barry Tuckwell Alan Civil; Ian Harper (horns); rec1971-74 LYRITA SRCD.335 [60.00]

Horn concertos of the 1960s in language typical of the era but with more romance than you might expect. ... see Full Review

Alan HOVHANESS (1911-2000) CD side [59:00] Janabar ‘Journey’ for piano, trumpet and orchestra op. 81 - I Fantasy (1950) [11:54] Talin – for viola and orchestra op. 93 – II Estampie (1951) [1:51] Shambala – for sitar, violin and orchestra op. 228 (1969) [45:00] Audio DVD side [126:00] Janabar ‘Journey’ for piano, trumpet and orchestra op. 81 (1950) [37:01] Talin – for viola and orchestra op. 93 (1951) [16:19] Shambala – for sitar, violin and orchestra op. 228 (1969) [45:00] Interviews and Talking: Alan Hovhaness and Antony Hopkins [28:00] Christina Fong (violin; viola) Gaurav Mazumdar (sitar) Paul Hersey (piano) Michael Bowman (trumpet) Slovenská Filharmónia/Rastislav Štúr rec. Bratislava , Slovakia. DDD OGREOGRESS PRODUCTIONS no number [CD: 59:00 + DVD-audio: 126:00]

A celebration of Hovhaness’s otherworldliness idiomatically done – invaluable... see Full Review

Jacques IBERT (1890–1962) Symphonie Concertante pour Hautbois et Orchestre à Cordes see MARTIN

RECORDING OF THE MONTH Charles IVES (1874-1954) Romanzo di Central Park (songs) Gerald Finley (baritone), Julius Drake (piano) Magnus Johnston (violin) rec. 2007 HYPERION CDA67644 [62:28] [DM]

A glorious disc ... see Full Review

Leoš JANÁČEK (1854 - 1928) From The House Of The Dead - Z mrtvého domu  - Opera in three Acts (1930) Libretto by the composer after Dostoevsky. Sung in Czech. Olaf Bär, Eric Stoklossa, Stefan Margita etc. Mahler Chamber Choir, Arnold Schoenberg Choir, Pierre Boulez Conductor. rec2007 DGG 00440 073 4426 [ 100 ' + 48 ' bonus tracks] [BK]

..... A tour de force production of a little known operatic rarity. All Janáček fans, and opera lovers in fact, should rush out an buy this immediately ... see Full Review

Michael JARRELL (b. 1958) prisme/incidences, Sillages, Trois Etudes de Debussy, Abschied Hae-Sun Kang (violin) Emmanuel Pahud (flute) Paul Meyer (clarinet) François Leleux (oboe) Marino Formenti (piano) Orchestre de la Suisse Romande/Pascal Rophé rec. 2005 AEON AECD0752  [64:39] [HC]

Gripping, often beautiful and strongly communicative for all its complexity ... see Full Review

Giovanni Girolami KAPSBERGER (1580-1651) Libro Secondo d’Arie - Songs of Human and Divine Love (1623) Bellerofonte CASTOLDI (b. 1622) Sonata 2a ; Mustazzin corrente; ANON (b. c.1620) Canzona ; Toccata Gian Paolo Fagotto (tenor); Janet Youngsdahl (soprano); Julie Harris (soprano); Paul Grindley (bass) Victor Coelho (archlute; theorbo); David Dolata (theorbo); Neil Cockburn (harpsichord) Il Furioso/Victor Coelho rec. Wyatt Recital Hall, Mount Royal College, Calgary, Alberta, 3-7 June 2004. TOCCATA TOCC 0027 [54.07] [GH]

As good a recording of early music as I have ever heard ... see Full Review

Zoltan KODALY (1882-1967) Duo for violin and cello Op.7 (1914) see Duos

Charles KOECHLIN (1867-1950) Violin Sonata; Viola Sonata Marie Viaud (violin); Mireille Guillaume (piano); Michel Michalakakos (violia); Martine Gagnepain (piano) rec. 1997 SKARBO DSK1985 [64:26][RB] 

Two large-scale poignant sonatas for stringed instruments ... see Full Review

Markus KRALER/Andreas SCHETT Schubertlieder Franui rec. 2007 COL LEGNO WWE1CD20301 [69:11] [GMH]

A fine experiment – and it works ... see Full Review

Keith KRAMER Causal Dualism David Taylor (bass trombone), Gottfried Stoger (soprano saxophone), Jade Strings/Keith Kramer, Moravian PO/Vit Micka rec. 2003/6 MMC 2167 [67:51] [CR]

Imaginative and individual ... see Full Review

Franz LACHNER (1803-1890) Complete Organ Works Rudolf Innig (organ) rec. 2007 MUSIKPRODUKTION DABRINGHAUS UND GRIMM MDG31714872 [67:30] [DC]

An enjoyable and enterprising organ release ... see Full Review

Edouard LALO (1823–1892) Symphonie espagnole Johannes BRAHMS (1833–1897) Violin Concerto Nathan Milstein (violin); Orchestre Nationale de Paris/André Cluytens; NDR-Sinfonieorchester/Paul Kletzki rec. 1955-60 CLAVES 502708 [62:22][BBr] 

A must for all interested in performance and great fiddling ... see Full Review

György LIGETI (1923-2006) Cello Sonata see BRITTEN

Franz LISZT (1811-1886) Symphonic Poems: Hungaria; Héroïde funèbre; Le Triomphe funèbre de Tasso New Zealand Symphony Orchestra/Michael Halász rec. 2005 NAXOS 8.557847 [58:16][CC]

Naxos seems to have some affinity with Liszt. I enjoy the Masur traversal but Halász is a viable alternative ... see Full Review

Franz LISZT (1811-1886) En Rêve, Nocturne; Sonata in B minor see CHOPIN

Jon LORD (b. 1941) Boom of the Tingling Strings, Disguises Nelson Goerner (piano) Odense SO/Paul Mann rec. 2006 EMI CLASSICS 3905282 [72:14] [RB]

Sweetly and cradlingly nostalgic – full of soft light ... see Full Review

Witold LUTOSŁAWSKI (1913-1994) Double Concerto for Oboe, Harp and Chamber Orchestra see MARTIN

Elisabeth LUTYENS (1906-1983) Quincunx (after Sir Thomas Browne) for baritone, soprano and orchestra op. 44 (1960) [24:14] And Suddenly it’s Evening Op. 66 for tenor and chamber ensemble (to words by Salvatore Quasimodo) (1966) [23:52] David BEDFORD (b.1937) Music for Albion Moonlight (Kenneth Patchen) for soprano, flute, clarinet, melodica, piano, violin, cello (1965) [29:10] Josephine Nendick (soprano); John Shirley-Quirk (baritone); Jane Manning (soprano) BBC Symphony Orchestra/Norman Del Mar/John Carewe rec1968-70 LYRITA SRCD.265 [77.25][RB]

Toughest going so far from Lyrita … drawing on the crystalline rugged style of the 1970s avant-garde. ... see Full Review


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