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BARGAIN OF THE MONTH Arnold BAX (1883-1953) Trio for Violin, Cello and Piano in B flat (1946); Sonata for Clarinet and Piano in D (1934); Folk-Tale for Cello and Piano (1918); Clarinet Sonata in E major (1901); Romance for Clarinet and Piano (1901); Trio in One Movement for Piano, Violin and Clarinet (1906) Robert Plane (clarinet); Gould Piano Trio (Lucy Gould (violin); Alice Neary (cello); Benjamin Frith (piano)) rec. Potton Hall, Suffolk, UK, 21-23 December 2004 NAXOS 8.557698 [76:44] [EM]

A good and well-played combination of brilliant and beautiful works … can’t be beaten ... see Full Review

RECORDING OF THE MONTH Ludwig van BEETHOVEN (1770-1827) Complete Works for Solo Piano - Vol. 4 Sonata No.12 in A flat major, Op.26 (1800-01) [18:21] Sonata No.13 in E flat major, Op.27 No.1 ‘Quasi una fantasia’ (1800-01) [14:54] Sonata No.14 in C sharp minor, Op.27 No.2 ‘Moonlight’ (1800-1) [14:31] Sonata No.15 in D major, Op.28 ‘Pastoral’ (1801) [24:42] Ronald Brautigam (McNulty fortepiano after Anton Walther) rec. Österåker Church, Sweden, August 2005 BIS SACD 1473 [77:38][TH]

Another success ... carry on collecting with pleasure ... see Full Review

RECORDING OF THE MONTH Judith BINGHAM (b. 1952) Salt in the Blood (1995) [20:40] The Darkness Is No Darkness-Segue-S.S. Wesley (1810-76) Thou Wilt Keep Him (1993) [8:05] First Light (2001) [10:22] The Snows Descend (1997) [6:45] The Secret Garden (2004) [21:58] BBC Symphony Chorus/Stephen Jackson Thomas Trotter (organ) Fine Arts Brass rec. BBC Maida Vale Studios, London, 7-8 May 2005 (Salt in the Blood, The Darkness Is No Darkness, First Light and The Snows Descend); live, BBC Proms, 21 August 2004 (The Secret Garden). DDD NAXOS 8.570346 [67:50][CT]

A long awaited first complete disc devoted to Judith Bingham’s music concentrating on her memorable and finely crafted choral works. ... see Full Review

RECORDING OF THE MONTH Johannes BRAHMS (1833-1897) String Quintet in F minor Op.34 (1862) (reconstructed by Sebastian Brown) (1946) [42:34] Joseph Miroslav WEBER (1854-1906) String Quintet in D major (1898) [28:14] Divertimenti Ensemble: Paul Barritt and Rachel Isserlis (violins); Jonathan Barritt (viola); Josephine Horder and Sebastian Comberti (cellos) rec. St. Paul’s Deptford, London, April 2006. DDD CELLO CLASSICS CC1017 [71:00] [JW]

Discover a vibrant and exciting forgotten composer and encounter an old friend in new clothes. ... see Full Review

RECORDING OF THE MONTH Edith CANAT DE CHIZY (b. 1950) Alive (2003)a [13:05] Wild (2002) [4:38]Formes du vent (2002)b [9:43] Falaises (2003)c [9:38] Les Rayons du jour (2005)d [19:29] Ana-Bela Chaves (viola)d; Emmanuelle Bertrand (cello)bc; Quatuor Ebèneac Orchestre de Paris/Christoph Eschenbachd rec. Studio La Verrière, Paris, April 2005; Théâtre Mogador, Paris, February 2005 (Les Rayons du jour) SOLSTICE SOCD234 [56:54] [HC]

Performances consistently fine, technically assured and fully committed. Wonderful music superbly played and recorded. ... see Full Review

RECORDING OF THE MONTH John IRELAND (1879-1962) These Things Shall Be * for baritone solo, chorus and orchestra (1937) [19:44] Piano Concerto + (1930) [24:45] Legend for Piano and Orchestra + (1933) [12:43] Overture: Satyricon (1946) [8:43] Two Symphonic Studies (Fugue and Toccata) arr. Geoffrey Bush in 1969 from material composed by Ireland for, but unused in, the film The Overlanders [11:13] John Carol Case (baritone) * London Philharmonic Choir * Eric Parkin (piano) + London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Sir Adrian Boult LYRITA SRCD.241 [77:13][IL]

Pretty well peerless performances of key John Ireland works. Has to figure in my best recordings of 2007 list. ... see Full Review

RECORDING OF THE MONTH A “Hatto Original” Franz LISZT (1811-1886) Mephisto Waltz no.1 [10:54] Grandes études de Paganini: La Campanella [04:52] Etudes d’exécution transcendante: Harmonies du soir [09:00], Feux follets [03:32] Sonata in b minor [30:30] Minoru Nojima (piano) rec. 17-18 December 1986, CA Civic Auditorium, Oxnard. REFERENCE RECORDINGS RR-25CD [59:24][CH]

A great Liszt record. ... see Full Review

RECORDING OF THE MONTH Aulis SALLINEN (b. 1935) Introduction and Tango Overture Op.74b (1997)a [10:14] Chamber Music III Op.58 (1986)b [20:06] Elegy for Sebastian Knight Op.10 (1964)b [4:25] Chamber Music IV Op.79 (2000)a [16:57] Chamber Music V Op.80 (2000)c [20:57] Arto Noras (cello) (III & Elegy); Mika Väyrynen (accordion) (V) Virtuosi di Kuhmo/Ralf Gothóni (piano - Tango & IV) rec. Järvenpää Hall, February 2005 CPO 777 147-2 [73:08] [HC]

Superb and generously filled fifth instalment in CPO’s Sallinen Edition goes from strength to strength. Sheds interesting light on an important, but sometimes overlooked facet of Sallinen’s output. ... see Full Review

RECORDING OF THE MONTH Richard STRAUSS (1864-1949) Don Juan (1888-9) [15:44] Till Eulenspiegel’s Merry Pranks (1894-5) [14:42] Salome’s Dance (1903-05) [8:21] Festive Prelude (1913) [12:39] Hans PFITZNER (1869-1949) Symphony for Large Orchestra in C major, Three Movements in One, Op. 46 (1940) [15:31] Hanns Ander-Donath, (organ) Staatskapelle Dresden/Karl Böhm (Pfitzner, Don Juan, Till Eulenspiegel, Salome); Kurt Striegler (Festive Prelude) rec. Semperoper, Dresden, January 1941 (Pfitzner); January 1939 (Don); January 1941 (Till); January 1939 (Salome); Dresden Frauenkirche, May 1944 (Prelude). PROFIL PH07010 [67:22] [KS]

A glorious reflection of a bygone era, a time in which art and beauty held much more value than they do today. ... see Full Review

RECORDING OF THE MONTH Giuseppe TARTINI (1692-1770) Concertos for Violin and Orchestra, Vol. 1 Concerto for Violin in E major, D47 [17:05] Concerto for Violin in F major, D69 [17:49] Concerto for Violin in A major, D101 [19:13] Concerto for Violin in D major, D34 [16:28] Paulik László (violin) Orfeo Orchestra/György Vashegyi rec. 13-16 February 2001, Hungaroton Studio, Budapest, Hungary. DDD HUNGAROTON CLASSIC HCD32045 [70:58] Concertos for Violin and Orchestra, Vol. 2 Concerto for Violin in C major, D7 [16:35] Concerto for Violin in D major, D20 [19:49] Concerto for Violin in A major, D90 [19:35] Concerto for Violin in D major, D17 [17:56] Paulik László (violin) Orfeo Orchestra/György Vashegyi rec. 9-10, 12-13 April 2003, Hungaroton Studio, Budapest, Hungary. DDD HUNGAROTON CLASSIC HCD32234 [74:23] [MC]

Great cause for celebration with these two volumes of Tartini violin concertos taking a treasured place in my collection … László is one of Hungary’s best kept secrets and he deserves to be heard by a wider audience. ... see Full Review

RECORDING OF THE MONTH Beecham, Flagstad and Wagner; The Beecham Collection Richard WAGNER (1813-1883) The Flying Dutchman Overture (1843) [9:57] Lohengrin; Prelude to Act I (1848) [9:24] ¹ Wesendonck-Lieder (1857-58) [20:01] ² Tristan und Isolde; Prelude (1859) [9:11] Tristan und Isolde; Liebestod (1859) [7:28] ² Kirsten Flagstad – Talk on “Singing Wagner” [10:43] ² Kirsten Flagstad (soprano) ² RPO/Thomas Beecham BBC Symphony Orchestra/Thomas Beecham ¹ rec. live, Royal Festival Hall, November 1954 (Flying Dutchman); live, Royal Festival Hall, November 1953 (Lohengrin): Studio 1 Maida Vale, London, December 1952 (Wesendonck-Lieder and Tristan); BBC radio, 1949 (Flagstad talk). ADD SOMM-BEECHAM 20 [67:33][JW]

Offers the highest of rewards ... see Full Review

RECORDING OF THE MONTH Nicole Cabell – Soprano Giacomo PUCCINI (1858–1924) La Bohème: Quando me’n vo’ [2:41] Charles GOUNOD (1818–1893) Roméo et Juliette: Ah! Je veux vivre [3:31] Gian-Carlo MENOTTI (1911–2007) The Old Man and the Thief: What a curse for a woman is a timid man! [4:54] Charles GOUNOD Roméo et Juliette: Dieu! quell frisson court dans mes veines! … Amour, ranime mon courage [6:04] Giacomo PUCCINI Gianni Schicchi: O mio babbino caro [2:16] Leo DELIBES (1836–1891) Les Filles de Cadix [3:16] George GERSHWIN (1898–1937) Porgy and Bess: Summertime [2:58] Michael TIPPETT (1905–1998) A Child of our Time: How can I cherish my man in such days [3:47] Hector BERLIOZ (1803–1869) Benvenuto Cellini: Les belles fleurs! … Entre l’amour et le devoir [7:38] Gustave CHARPENTIER (1860–1956) Louise: Depuis le jour [5:20] Vincenzo BELLINI (1801–1835) I Capuleti e I Montecchi: Eccomi in lieta vesta … Oh! quante volte [9:40]¹ Giacomo PUCCINI La rondine: Chi il bel sogno di Doretta [3:00]² Gaetano DONIZETTI (1797–1848) Don Pasquale: “Quel guard oil cavaliere …”… So anch’io la virtù magica [6:02] Nicole Cabell (soprano) Timothy Brown (horn)¹, Helen Tunstall (harp)¹, John Constable (piano)² London Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Andrew Davis rec. The Colosseum, Watford, 21–30 December 2005. DDD DECCA 475 7661 [61:50][GF]

She is at the very beginning of her career and more stage experience will certainly add to her already well endowed armoury of expressive means. For pure singing she is full-fledged already. Indeed it is a remarkable voice ... see Full Review



BARGAINS OF THE MONTH

BARGAIN OF THE MONTH Sir Malcolm ARNOLD (1921-2006) Arnold conducts Arnold CD1 Symphony No. 1, Op. 22 (1949) [39:09] Solitaire – Sarabande and Polka (1956) [8:41] Concerto for 2 Pianos (3 hands), Op.104 (1969) [14:21] Tam O'Shanter, Op. 51 (1955 [7:55] English Dances 3 and 5 (1950) [5:35] CD2 Beckus the Dandipratt, Op. 5 - Comedy Overture (1944) [7:23] Symphony No. 2, Op. 40 (1953) [25:21] Overture: Peterloo, Op. 97 (1967) [9:01] Symphony No. 5, Op. 74 (1961) [33:35] Phyllis Sellick, Cyril Smith (pianos, concerto) Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra (Sy 1, Solitaire), City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (concerto, Peterloo, Sy 5), Philharmonia Orchestra (Tam, Dances), Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (Beckus, Sy 2) rec. Walthamstow Assembly Hall, 17 October 1955 (Sy 2, Beckus); De Montfort Hall, 13-14 June 1972 (Sy 5, Peterloo), 18-19 June 1970 (concerto); Winter Gardens, Bournemouth, 5-6 April 1979 (1, Solitaire); Kingsway Hall, 19 September 1955 (Tam, 3, 5). ADD. Stereo/Mono (Philharmonia; RPO) EMI CLASSICS BRITISH COMPOSERS 382146-2 [76:11 + 75:48]

This is an indispensable issue [JQ] ... You don’t know Arnold until you have heard these recordings. He continues to surprise and delight [RB] ... see Full Review

BARGAIN OF THE MONTH Ludwig van BEETHOVEN (1770-1827) The Collector’s Edition Includes symphonies, concertos, chamber music, piano sonatas, sacred music, Fidelio, and lieder Various artists recorded 1957-1996 Full listing here and at end of this review EMI CLASSICS 3877392 50 CDs [c.55 hours] [PCW]

Don’t roll over Beethoven ... see Full Review

BARGAIN OF THE MONTH Gabriel FAURÉ (1845-1924) Requiem Op.48 (1887-93) [35:34] Pavane Op.50 (1887) [6:48] Maurice DURUFLÉ (1902-1986) Requiem Op.9 (1947) [37:19] Robert Chilcott (treble), John Carol Case (baritone); John Wells (organ) Choir of King’s College, Cambridge New Philharmonia Orchestra/Sir David Willcocks (Fauré) Janet Baker (mezzo), Stephen Roberts (baritone); John Butt (organ) Choir of King’s College, Cambridge/Sir Philip Ledger (Duruflé) rec. Chapel of Trinity College, Cambridge: 20 December 1967 (Fauré); Chapel of King’s College, Cambridge: October, December 1980 (Duruflé). ADD EMI CLASSICS GREAT RECORDINGS OF THE CENTURY 3799942 [79:48] [DC]

Buy it now, and keep it handy for the rest of time. ... see Full Review

BARGAIN OF THE MONTH Sergei PROKOFIEV (1891-1953) String Quartet No. 1 in B minor, Op. 50 [22:49] String Quartet No. 2 in F major, Op. 92 [21:15] Overture on Hebrew Themes, Op. 34 [8:33] Quintet in G minor, Op. 39 for oboe, clarinet, violin, viola and double bass. [17:57] Russian String Quartet (Tatiana Berkul (violin); Maria Suchkova (violin); Elena Ozol (viola); Ludmila Krushkova (cello)); Igor Fedorov (clarinet); Mikhail Khoklov (piano); Dmitri Kotenok (oboe); Oleg Tantsov (clarinet); Yuri Goloubev (double bass) rec. May-July 1996, Russian Broadcast and Recording Department Studio I, Moscow. ARTE NOVA 74321 654272 [72:21][KS]

You really should have it, and I am not sharing mine! ... see Full Review

BARGAIN OF THE MONTH Maurice RAVEL (1875-1937) Shéhérazade [14:57] Cinq Mélodies populaires grècques (nos. 2-4 orch. Manuel Rosenthal) [6:58] Deux Mélodies hébraïques [6:14] Quatre Chants populaires* [10:38] Claude DEBUSSY (1862-1918) Trois Chansons de Bilitis* [9:16] Fêtes galantes (Premier receuil)* [7:17] Noël des enfants qui n’ont plus de maisons* [2:46] Récit et Air de Lia: L’année en vain chasse l’année (L’Enfant prodigue) [4:51] Henri DUPARC (1848-1933) L’Invitation au voyage [4:08] Phidylé [5:20] Victoria de los Angeles (soprano) Orchestre de la Société des Concerts du Conservatoire/Georges Prêtre/*Gonzalo Soriano (piano) rec. 20-21 February 1962, Salle Wagram, Paris; *19, 20, 22, 23, 25, 26 January 1966, EMI Studios, Barcelona. ADD. Stereo EMI CLASSICS GREAT RECORDINGS OF THE CENTURY 3458212 [72:27] [JQ]

This is a wonderful disc, featuring one of the most cherishable singers of the post-war era. ... see Full Review

BARGAIN OF THE MONTH Robert SCHUMANN (1810–1856) Lieder Edition 3 Liederalbum für die Jugend, Op. 79 (1849) [49:15]: No. 1. Der Abendstern [2:18]; No. 2. Schmetterling [0:51]; No. 3. Frühlingsbotschaft [0:57]; No. 4. Frühlingsgruss [1:45]; No. 5. Vom Schlaraffenland [1:52]; No. 6. Sonntag [1:50]; No. 7. Zigeunerliedchen I [0:58]; No. 8. Zigeunerliedchen II [1:35]; No. 9. Des Knaben Berglied [1:58]; No. 10. Mailied [1:07]; No. 11. Käuzlein [2:13]; No. 12. Hinaus ins Freie! [1:18]; No. 13. Der Sandmann [2:08]; No. 14. Marienwürmchen [1:35]; No. 15. Die Waise [2:10]; No. 16. Das Glück [0:52]; No. 17. Weihnachtlied [1:48]; No. 18. Die wandelnde Glocke [2:04]; No. 19. Frühlingslied [2:45]; No. 20. Frühlings Ankunft [1:33]; No. 21. Die Schwalben [1:06]; No. 22. Kinderwacht [1:14]; No. 23. Des Sennen Abschied [2:04]; No. 24. Er ist’s [1:20]; No. 25. Spinnelied [1:47]; No. 26. Des Buben Schützenlied [1:00]; No. 27. Schneeglöckchen [1:25]; No. 28. Lied Lynceus des Türmers [2:07]; No. 29. Mignon [3:34]; Lieder und Gesänge I, Op. 27 (1849)[8:49]:; No. 1. Sag an, o lieber Vogel mein [1:40]; No. 2. Dem rotten Röslein, gleich mein Lieb [1:16]; No. 3. Was soll ich sagen? [2:53]; No. 4. Jasminenstrauch [0:48]; No. 5. Nur ein lächelnder Blick [2:13] Sibylla Rubens (soprano) (2, 4, 10-11, 13-16, 19, 21, 24, 25, 27, 29); Stefanie Iranyi (mezzo) (10, 16, 19, 21, 25); Thomas E Bauer (baritone) (1, 3, 5-9, 12, 17-18, 20, 22-23, 25-26, 28, 30-34); Uta Hielscher (piano) rec. 26 – 28 January 2006, Bayerische Rundfunk Studio 1, Munich, Germany NAXOS 8.557076 [58:04] [GF]

A wholly delightful recital with Thomas E Bauer rapidly advancing to the peak of the Lieder Singer’s Helicon and Sibylla Rubens following suit ... see Full Review

BARGAIN OF THE MONTH Robert SCHUMANN (1810-1856) CD1 1. Piano Concerto in A minor, Op. 54 (1846) [33:30] 2. Cello Concerto in A minor, Op. 129 (1850) [25:29] 3. Konzertstück in F major for Four Horns and Orchestra, Op. 86 (1849) [18:49] CD2 4. Introduction and Allegro appassionato, Op. 92 (1849) [16:39] 5. Concert Allegro with Introduction in D minor, Op. 134 (1853) [15:26] 6. Violin Concerto in D minor (1853) [27:37] 7. Overture, Scherzo and Finale, Op. 52 (1841) [15:24] Ingrid Haebler (piano), Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra/Eliahu Inbal (1); Lynn Harrell (cello), The Cleveland Orchestra/Neville Marriner (2); Dale Clevenger, Richard Oldberg, Thomas Howell, Norman Schweikert (horns), Chicago Symphony Orchestra/Daniel Barenboim (3); Vladimir Ashkenazy (piano/conductor), London Symphony Orchestra (4); Vladimir Ashkenazy (piano), London Symphony Orchestra/Uri Segal (5); Joshua Bell (violin), The Cleveland Orchestra/Christoph von Dohnányi (6); Wiener Philharmoniker/Sir Georg Solti (7). rec. Concertgebouw, Grote Zaal, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, June 1972 (1); Masonic Auditorium, Cleveland, Ohio, USA, November 1981 (2); Orchestra Hall, Chicago, USA, March 1977 (3); Kingsway Hall, London, UK, May 1976 (4); Kingsway Hall, London, UK, June 1977 (5); Severance Hall, Cleveland, Ohio, USA, October 1994 (6); Sofiensaal, Vienna, Austria, September 1969 (7). ADD (1,3,4,5,7) DDD (2,6) DECCA ELOQUENCE 442 8410 [78:05 + 75:25] [TP]

A far-sighted release satisfying beginner and seasoned collector alike. At Eloquence price, this is an unmissable bargain. … see Full Review

BARGAIN OF THE MONTH Richard STRAUSS (1864-1949) Don Juan, Op. 20 (1888) [16:09] Till Eulenspiegels lustige Streiche (1894) [14:43] Der Rosenkavalier - Waltzes arr. Kempe (1911) [17:46] Metamorphosen (1945) [24:14] Staatskapelle Dresden/Rudolf Kempe. rec. Lukaskirche, Dresden, 13-24 June 1970 (Don, Till), 27-29 June (Waltzes), 1-5 January (Metam.) 1973 EMI CLASSICS GREAT RECORDINGS OF THE CENTURY 3458262 [74:11] [CC]

Most Strauss lovers will already have these performances. They have been reissued countless times. Lucky the person who encounter them the first time on this disc, though ... see Full Review

BARGAIN OF THE MONTH Kirsten Flagstad Edvard GRIEG (1843–1907) Haugtussa, Op. 67 (1898) (Words: Arne Garborg) [28:50] 1. Det syng (The Singing) [4:22] 2. Veslemöy (Little Maiden) [3:03] 3. Blåbaer-Li (Bilberry Slopes) [3:47] 4. Møte (Meeting) [4:01] 5. Elsk (Love) [3:11] 6. Killingdans (Kidlings’ Dance) [1:48] 7. Vond Dag (Evil Day) [2:24] 8. Ved Gjaetle-Bekken (At the Brook) [6:15] Ludwig van BEETHOVEN (1770–1827) 9. Ah, perfido! Op. 65 (1795-96)[12:57] Fidelio Op. 72 (1814): 10. Abscheulicher, wo eilst du hin?[7:13] Carl Maria von WEBER (1786–1826) Oberon (1826): 11. Ozean, du Ungeheuer [8:07] Richard WAGNER (1813–1883) Lohengrin (1850): 12. Euch Lüften, die mein Klagen [3:37] Die Walküre (1870): 13. Du bist der Lenz [2:07] Götterdämmerung (1876): 14. Starke Scheite schichtet mir dort [16:45] Kirsten Flagstad (soprano) Edwin McArthur (piano) (1-8); Philadelphia Orchestra/Eugene Ormandy (9-14) rec. 27 August 1940 (1-8); 17 October 1937 (9-14), Academy of Music, Philadelphia. ADD NAXOS 8.110725 [79:37] [GF]

Arguably the most glorious dramatic soprano singing ever committed to disc. Should be in every decent collection. ... see Full Review

BARGAIN OF THE MONTH Organ Recital at Liverpool Cathedral G.F. Handel (1685-1759) (arr. Tracey) Alla Hornpipe from the Water Music Suite in D (1717) [3:49] J.H. Fiocco (1703-1741) (arr. Tracey) Harpsichord Suite No.1 - Andante and Allegro (1730) [3:16] J.S. Bach (1685-1750) Toccata and Fugue in D minor BWV565 (1708) [7:41]; (arr. Tracey) Badinerie from Suite No.2 on B minor BWV 1067 (1717) [1.28] Henry Purcell (1659-1695) (arr. Ley) Two Trumpet Tunes and Air (?) [4:28] Marco Henri Bossi (1861-1925) Scherzo in G minor Op.49 No.2 (1904) [5:36] William Walton (1902-1983) (arr. Tracey) Crown Imperial (1937) [9:49] Norman Cocker (1889-1953) (arr. Ley) Tuba Tune (1922) [5:02] George Thalben-BALL (1896-1987) Elegy (1944) [4:51] Max Reger (1873-1916) Introduction and Passacaglia in D minor (1900) [6:16] Henri Mulet (1878-1967) Byzantine Sketches No.8 Noel and No. 10 Toccata (c.1915) [7:32] Pietro Yon (1886-1943) Humoresque ‘L’organo primitivo (Toccatina for Flute) (1918) [2:33] Charles Marie Widor (1844-1937) Toccata in F from Organ Symphony No.5 in F minor Op. 42 No.1 (1879) [5:48] Ian Tracey (organ).
rec. Liverpool Anglican Cathedral, June 1989. CLASSICS FOR PLEASURE 0946 3 82228 2 8 [74:14] [JF]

A great CD. Buy it for yourself or for anyone on the cusp of becoming an organ buff! And do not forget to prepare yourself for 2008 when Liverpool becomes the European Capital of Culture! ... see Full Review

 

 

 


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