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Bartók in the Desert - The Art of Irén Marik (1905-1986) Franz LISZT (1811-1886)
Bénédiction de Dieu dans le solitude [14.37]Apparitions, no. 1 [5.29] Vallée d'Obermann (first version) [13.31]Berceuse [8.16] Harmonies du Soir [9.12] Les Jeux d'eau a la Villa d’Este [8.01] Zoltan KODALY (1882-1967) Dances from Marosszék [9.40] Béla BARTÓK (1881-1945) Rondo No.1 on folk themes [2.49] Suite, Op. 14 [8.07]Allegro Barbaro [2.30] Mikrokosmos Book VI – Nos 140-144, 147 [11.47] Romanian Folk Dances [4.36] Evening in Transylvania [2.20] Johannes BRAHMS (1833-1897) Fantasia, Op. 116/2 [3.22] Ludwig van BEETHOVEN (1770-1827) Piano Sonata no. 30, Op. 109 [18.27] Johann Sebastian BACH (1685-1750) Sinfonia in D minor [1.48] Claude DEBUSSY (1862-1918) Images, Book II – [12.54] Cloches a travers les feuilles Et la lune descend sur le temple qui fut Poissons d’or Preludes Book II -Tierces alternées [2.19] Maurice RAVEL (1875-1937) Miroirs: Vallée des Cloches [5.03] Fryderyk CHOPIN (1810-1849) Etude in A flat, Op. 25/1 [2.24] Franz SCHUBERT (1797-1828) Impromptu, Op. 90/2 [4.30] Joseph HAYDN (1732-1809) Sonata no. 49: Allegro non troppo [6.14] Jean Baptiste LULLY (1632-1687) Courante [1.21] Irén Marik (piano) Recorded 1950s-1983. Draco and unpublished recordings recorded 1956-1974. Zodiac LP. Unpublished recordings recorded 1950s-1983 ARBITER 143 [79.49 + 79.19] [JW]

Marik’s pianism: at its best a strong sense of character as well as considerable technical prowess ... see Full Review

David Martinez Guitar Recital Domenico SCARLATTI (1685 – 1757) Sonata K 208; Sonata K 209; Sonata K 32; Sonata K 27; Giulio REGONDI (1822 – 1872) Introduction et Caprice, Op. 23; Johann Sebastian BACH (1685 – 1750) Prelude, Fugue and Allegro BWV 998; Dionisio AGUADO (1784 – 1849) Andante and Rondo No. 3; Regino SAINZ de la MAZA (1896 – 1981) Danzas Cervantinas (after Gaspar SANZ, 1640 – 1710) Folias; Españoleta; Marizapalos; Canarios; Paco de LUCIA (b. 1947) Fuente y Caudal (Tarantas); Francisco TÁRREGA (1852 – 1909) Recuerdos de la Alhambra; Lágrima David Martinez (guitar) rec. St John Chrysostom Church, Newmarket, Ontario, Canada, 22–24 April 2005. NAXOS 8.557808 [68:19] [GF]

Another feather in Naxos’s well-filled guitar hat and to be warmly recommended. ... see Full Review

Nellie Melba - The Complete American Recordings: Vol. 3 1. Édouard LALO (1823 – 1892) Le Roi d’Ys Puisqu’on ne peut fléchir ... Vainement, ma bien aimée (Aubade) 2. Giacomo PUCCINI (1858 – 1924) Tosca Vissi d’arte 3. Giuseppe VERDI (1813 – 1901) Otello Piangea cantando nell’erma landa (Willow Song); 4. Ave Maria, piena di grazia 5. Francesco Paolo TOSTI (1846 – 1916) Good-bye 6. Landon RONALD (1873 – 1938) O Lovely NIght 7. WETZGER By the Brook (Idyll for flute and piano, with John Lemmoné, flute) 8. Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART (1756 – 1791) Il re pastore L’amerò sarò costante (Cadenza by Camille Saint-Saëns with Jan Kubelik, piano) 9. Charles GOUNOD (1818 – 1893)/Johann Sebastian BACH (1685 – 1750) Ave Maris (with Jan Kubelik, violin) 10. Liza LEHMANN (1862 – 1918) Magdalen at Michael’s Gate 11. Claude DEBUSSY (1862 – 1918) Mandoline; 12. Romance, L. 43 13. Gustave CHARPENTIER (1860 – 1956) Louise Depuis le jour 14. Depuis le jour (unpubl.) 15. Stephen FOSTER (1826 – 1864) Old Folks at Home 16. Maude Valérie WHITE (1855 – 1937) John Anderson, My Jo 17. TRAD.SCOTTISH Comin’ Thro’ the Rye 18. Hermann BEMBERG (1859 – 1931) Les anges pleurent; (unpubl.) 19. Chant vénitien (unpubl.) 20. TRAD.SCOTTISH (arr. Liza LEHMANN) Annie Laurie 21. Antonín DVOŘÁK (1841 – 1904) Songs My Mother Taught Me (from Gypsy Melodies, Op. 55, No. 4) 22. Songs My Mother Taught Me (from Gypsy Melodies, Op. 55, No. 4) (unpubl.) Nellie Melba (soprano) all except track 7, anonymous orchestra/Walter B Rogers (tracks 1 – 6, 13, 15, 20, 21); Gabriel Lapierre (piano)(tracks 8 – 12, 14, 16 – 19); Frank St Leger (piano)(tr 22) Recorded in Victor’s Camden studios on August 25th 1910 (tracks 1 – 4), August 26th 1910 (tracks 5 & 6), November 7th 1910 (tr 7), October 2nd 1913 (tracks 8 – 10), October 3rd 1913 (tracks 11 – 16), October 4th 1913 (tracks 17 – 19), January 12th 1916 (tracks 20 – 22) NAXOS 8.110336 [75:46] [GF]

There are some peaches of sopranos from this era I would still rather listen to, but Melba has now belatedly entered my list of respectable singers. ... see Full Review

Nathan Milstein Collection - Volume 1 Nicolai RIMSKY-KORSAKOV (1844 – 1908) Flight of the Bumblebee [1:16]; Jules MASSENET (1842 – 1912) Meditation from Thaïs (arr: Marsick) (Stanton cartridge) [3:45]; Henryk WIENIAWSKI (1835 – 1880) Scherzo-Tarantelle Op. 16 [3:39]; Caprice in A minor Op. 18 No. 4 [1:28]; Antonio VIVALDI (1678 – 1741) Violin Sonata in A major, RV 31 (arr: Respighi) [5:54]; Max BRUCH (1838 – 1920) Violin Concerto No. 1 in G minor, Op. 26 [24:01]; Johannes BRAHMS (1833 – 1897) Sonata for Violin and Piano No. 2 in A major, Op. 100 [18:29]; Nicolo PAGANINI (1782 – 1840) Caprice Op. 1 No. 5 for solo violin [2:14]; Caprice Op. 1 No. 17 for solo violin [3:28]; Robert SCHUMANN (1810 – 1856) Abendlied [2:35]; Jules MASSENET Meditation from Thaïs (arr: Masick) (GE cartridge) [3:45] Nathan Milstein (violin) Valentin Pavlovsky (piano) (Wieniawski, Brahms), Artur Balsam (piano) (Rimsky-Korsakov, Massenet, Schumann), New York Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra/Artur Rodzinski Recorded September 28, 1933 in Copenhagen, Denmark (Paganini), November 2, 1943 (Brahms), May 1944 (Rimsky-Korsakov, Massenet, Schumann), August 14, 1944 (Wieniawski), December 31, 1944 (Bruch) and c. 1943 (Vivaldi) DOREMI DHR-7706 [74:04] [GF]

Regarded by some as technically brilliant but emotionally cold; most of these mainly live, recordings, contradict this opinion. ... see Full Review

New Zealand Women Composers Dorothy KERR The Structure of memory (1997-9) [10.29] Jenny McLEOD (b. 1941) For Seven (1965-6) [19.21] Gillian WHITEHEAD (b. 1941) Ahotu (O Matenga) (1984) [18.34] Annea LOCKWOOD (b. 1939) Monkey Trips (1995) [15.02] Lontano/Odaline de la Martinez rec. Christ’s Hospital Sussex, May-June 2003 LORELT LNT 116 [63.59][GH]

If you feel like a challenge go for this disc. You can be sure that the performances are unsurpassable. ... see Full Review

Orientale Adam GORB (b.1958) Yiddish Dances (2003) [14.52]* Camille SAINT-SAËNS (1835-1921) Caprice Arabe Op.96 (1894) [7.03]** Alexander BORODIN (1833-1887) In the Steppes of Central Asia (1880) [6.25]* Gustav HOLST (1874-1934) Beni Mora – Oriental Suite in E minor Op.29 No.1 (1910) arranged Nora Day (1891-1985) performing edition by Anthony Goldstone (b.1944) [15.33]** Reinhold GLIÈRE (1875-1956) Orientale Op.38 No.17 (1908) [2.02]* Colin McPHEE (1900-1964) Balinese Ceremonial Music [9.27]** John MAYER (1930-2004) Sangit Alamkara Suite (1988) [16.42]* Joseph ACHRON (1886-1943) Hebrew Melody arranged Leopold Auer (1845-1930) arranged Anthony Goldstone (b.1944) [5.26]** Anthony Goldstone and Caroline Clemmow (pianos) piano duet* two pianos** Recorded in St John the Baptist Church, Alkborough, Lincolnshire, 2005 except McPhee, recorded 1998 DIVINE ART 25032 [78.16] [RB]

A generous, colourful and provocative collection of pieces with an Oriental theme all very well documented by Anthony Goldstone ... see Full Review

The Michael Rabin Collection - Vol. 1 Ludwig van BEETHOVEN (1770-1827) Sonata for Violin and Piano No. 8 in G, Op. 30, No. 3 [17:24] Gabriel FAURÉ (1845-1924) Sonata for Violin and Piano No. 1 in A, Op. 13 [22:51] Nicolo PAGANINI (1782-1820) Caprice Op. 1 No. 17 in E-flat [3:16] Michael Rabin, violin Lothar Broddack, piano The Bell Telephone Hour Orchestra/Donald Voorhees (Paganini) Recorded from live broadcasts of the RIAS Berlin, October 30, 1962 (Beethoven), October 17, 1961 (Fauré) and August 7, 1950 (Paganini) Remastering and sonic restoration by Jacob Harnoy. DOREMI DHR-7715 [43:31] [KS]

Rabin’s playing is completely effortless, his technical command of his instrument completely assured and his tone is rich and lovely ... see Full Review

Sacred Music from Notre-Dame Cathedral LÉONIN (c.1163-1190) Viderunt Omnes PEROTIN (c. 1180-1225) Beata Viscera; Sederunt Omnes; ANON: Plainchant: Viderunt Omnes; Motet on Dominus; Vetus abit littera SCOLICA ENCHIRIADIS: Non Nobis Domine Joanna Forbes (soprano) Rebecca Hickey (soprano) Kathryn Oswald (contralto) Alexander L'Estrange (counter-tenor) Richard Eteson (tenor) Alexander Hickey (tenor) Timothy Watson (tenor) Francis Brett (bass) Tonus Peregrinus/Antony Pitts rec. Chancelade Abbey, Dordogne, France, 5-9 Jan 2004. DDD NAXOS 8.557340 [70:04] [RHa]

An excellent addition to the early music catalogue ... see Full Review

Tito Schipa IV HUARTE Madrigal Espagnole [01:48] DE CRESCENZO
Ce steva na vota [01:54] DI CAPUA O sole mio [02:36] Manuel de FALLA (1876-1946) Jota [03:01] Tito SCHIPA (1889-1965) Ave Maria [04:22] A Cuba [02:18] Prece [03:43] Angela mia [03:23] El gaucho [03:02] Luna castellana [02:55] ANONYMOUS La farfalletta [03:10] BUZZI-PECCIA La nina querida [02:43] Mal d'amore [03:26] Giovanni Battista PERGOLESI (1710-1736) Nina [02:44] Pietro MASCAGNI (1863-1945) Ave Maria [03:55] OCHOA-LONGAS Sevillana [02:25] Enrique GRANADOS (1867-1916) - Playera arranged Spanish Dances, Tito SCHIPA [03:15] CUTILLO Femmena 'ngannatora [03:03] MARVASI-BARTHELEMY Chi se ne scorda cchiu [2:40] DI GIACOMO-COSTA Napulitanata [03:19] CROSS I shall return [02:49] BLAUFUSS-DONALDSON When you are in love 02:59 Paolo TOSTI (1848-1916) Ideale [03:00] Marechiare [02:39] RAY Tu sonrisa de cristal [03:06] Victor HERBERT (1859-1924) Oh ! dulce misterio de la vida [02:38] Tito Schipa (tenor) Unnamed accompanists Recorded 1925-1930 PREISER 89594 [77.10] [JW]

Unusual though an all-light Schipa disc may be, there are constant examples of his art here and very recommendable too in these fine transfers. ... see Full Review

Andrès Segovia - a Portrait Allegro films: (1) Segovia at Los Olivos (1967); (2) Song of the Guitar (1975) With music by Bach, Albeniz, Scarlatti, Ponce, Torroba, Rameau, Granados, Castelnuovo-Tedesco, and Llobet Producer: Christopher Nupen (also provides introductory remarks). OPUS ARTE OA CN 0931 D [196:00][ZT]

This DVD is highly recommended. It has wide audience appeal but for aficionados of the classical guitar it is mandatory viewing. ... see Full Review

Stella Maris ANON English 13th century; Flos regalis virginalis; Quem trina polluit; Dou way Robyn/Sancta Mater; Beata Viscera NOTRE-DAME SCHOOL; O Maria. Stella maris; Veni Creator Spiritus PEROTIN (fl. c. 1200) Dum sigillum SUNGJI HONG (b. 1973) Missa Lumen de Lumine Trio Medieval with John Potter rec. Propstei St. Gerald, Feb 2005. DDD ECM NEW SERIES 1929 476 3021 [65.46] [GH]

I must add that the Trio Medieval is superb and the discipline learned from medieval music pays off abundantly ... see Full Review

Leopold Stokowski Dmitri SHOSTAKOVICH (1906-1975) Symphony No. 5 in D minor (1937) [40:51] Ralph VAUGHAN WILLIAMS (1872-1958) Symphony No. 8 in D minor (1953-55) [30:15] London Symphony Orchestra/Leopold Stokowski Rec. live, Royal Albert Hall, London, 15 (8), 17 (4) September 1964. BBC LEGENDS BBCL 4165-2 [71:40][RB]

More for completists whether in pursuit of RVW, Shostakovich or that old magician Stokowski. ... see Full Review

THE VERY BEST OF ...... Naxos Classical series Two-CD sets for each of Vivaldi, Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, Handel, Mozart, Rachmaninov, Strauss, Tchaikovsky, Puccini

The pleasure of knowing that when the set is first played it is likely to open doors of discovery. ... see Full Review

Titta Ruffo Gioachino ROSSINI (1792-1868)
Il Barbiere di Siviglia; Largo al factotum [4.12] Giuseppe VERDI (1813-1901) Nabucco; Tremin gl’insani [2.39] Ernani; Oh1 de’ verd’anni miei [4.20] Rigoletto; Pari siamo [3.49] Un Ballo in Maschera; Erti tu che macchiavi [4.26] Otello; Credo in un Dio crudel [4.06] Otello; Era la notte [4.10] Otello; Si, pel cielo marmoreo giuro [1.36] Giacomo MEYERBEER (1791-1864) Dinorah; Sei vendicata assai [3.47] L’Africana; All’erta marinar [3.38] L’Africana; Adamastor, re delle acque profonde [4.26] Georges GOUNOD (1818-1893) Faust; Dio possente [3.59] Ambroise THOMAS (1811-1896) Amleto; O vin [4.37] Jules MASSENET (1842-1912) Thais; Ahimè! [2.56] Thais; Ecco dunque l’orribil città [2.54] Umberto GIORDANO (1867-1948) Andrea Chenier; Son sessant’anni [2.50] Andrea Chenier; nemico della patria [4.05] Ruggiero LEONCAVALLO (1858-1919) Zazà; Buona Zazà del mio buon tempo [2.02] Zazà; Zazà; piccolo zingara [2.28] Alberto FRANCHETTI (1860-1942) Cristoforo Colombo; Aman lassù le stele [3.36] Cristoforo Colombo; Dunque ho sognato [3.26] Titta Ruffo (baritone) With unnamed accompaniments Recorded 1914-21 PREISER 89607 [77.03] [JW]

I commend this selection for its authority and intelligence of selection that reveals the voice in all its glory ... the glory that was Ruffo ... see Full Review

Tangos and Dances Jacob GADE (1879-1963) Jealousy (1925) [3.46] Astor PIAZZOLLA (1921-1992) Oblivion (1984) [5.51] Libertango [4.27] Chiquilin De Bachin (1968) [4.48] Gerardo RODRIGUEZ (1897-1948) La Cumparista (1917) [3.54] Enrique GRANADOS (1867-1916) Spanish Dances [Danzas Espanolas] – Andaluza (1892-1900) [4.32] Miguel VARVELLO (b.1943) Tiempos Inciertos [5.16] Carlos GARDEL (1890-1935) Tomo y Obligo [3.19] Isaac ALBÉNIZ (1860-1909) Tango Op.165 No.2 (1892) [4.36] Pablo ZIEGLER (b.1944) Desde Otros Tiempos [4.59] Alberto GINASTERA (1916-1983) Danza De La Moza Donosa [6.16] José BRAGATO (b.1915) Graciela y Buenos Aires [7.45] Fionnuala HUNT Fino Irish Tango [2.22] Fionnuala Hunt (violin and director) RTE Concert Orchestra Recorded at Studio One, RTE, May 2004 Includes bonus DVD of filmed interview between Fionnuala Hunt and Sean Rafferty filmed at the Wigmore Hall in May 2005 [10’] AVIE AV2079 [61.57] [JW]

Hunt has certainly paid tribute to the song legacy of tango with care and affection. ... see Full Review

Virtuoso Timpani Concertos (edited and published by Harrison POWLEY) (1784-1819) Concerto per 6 Timpani and Orchestra (late 1790s) [15.26] Partita in C (late 1790s) [15.07] André PHILIDOR (c. 1647-1730) and Jacques PHILIDOR (1657-1708) Marche de timballes (1685) [3.37] Johann Carl Christian FISCHER (1752-1807) Symphonie mit acht obligaten pauken (1780s) [14.39] Johann Melchior MOLTER (1697-1765) Sinfonia No. 99 (1750) [15.12] Johann Christoph GRAUPNER (1683-1760) Sinfonia a 2 corni, timpani, 2 violini, viola, e cembalo (1747) [14.46] Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra Chamber Orchestra/Alexander Peter, solo timpanist and conductor. Recorded at the Lutherkirche, Radebul, Germany, 10 September 2003. Notes in English and Deutsch. Photo of orchestra with listing of all players and photo and full credits of score editor Harrison Powley. NAXOS8.557610 [78.38] [RH]

A slightly disappointing glimpse into what has the potential to be a fascinating corner of the repertoire. ... see Full Review

John Tomlinson: Great Scenes and Arias -see review for details WARNER CLASSICS 2564 62301-2 [4 CDs: 79:11 + 73:11 + 75:59 + 75:41] [GF]

For untiring intensity and deep involvement John Tomlinson is hard to beat. ... see Full Review

World Orchestra for Peace CD: Felix MENDELSSOHN (1809-1847) A Midsummer night's Dream, Op. 61 (1842) - Scherzoa [4'51]. Claude DEBUSSY (1862-1918) La merb (1903-5) [24'13]. Igor STRAVINSKY (1882-1971) Petrushkac (1911) [34'51]. DVD: UN 50th Anniversary Concert Gioacchino ROSSINI (1792-1868) Guillaume Tell (1829) - Overtured [11'15]. Béla BARTÓK (1881-1945) Concerto for Orchestra, Sz116e (1943-5) [35'49]. Ludwig van BEETHOVEN (1770-1827) Fidelio (1814) - Act 2, finalef [13'06]. fAndreas Kohn (bass); fAlbert Dohmen (baritone); fStig Andersen (tenor); fEvelyn Herlitzius (soprano); fHans Tschammer (bass-baritone); fRuth Ziesak (soprano); fHerbert Lippert (tenor); fLondon Voices; World Orchestra for Peace/abcValéry Gergiev, defSir Georg Solti. Rec. aBaden-Baden in 1998, bRoyal Albert Hall, London in 2000, cMariinsky Theatre, St Petersburg, on May 6th-9th, 2003, defVictoria Hall, Geneva, Switzerland in July 1995. PHILIPS 475 6937 [CD + DVD] [63'57 + 73:00] [CC]

There is much to enjoy and, indeed, cherish here and the idea of a multi-format twofer is a good one. ... see Full Review


The Penguin Concise Guide to Opera By Amanda Holden Penguin Reference ISBN 0-141-01682-5 paperback £9.99

A nicely produced handy guide but only to be relied upon for popular works. ... see Full Review

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