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Gustav MAHLER (1860-1911) Symphony No. 5 in C sharp minor (1901) Simon Bolivar Youth Orchestra of Venezuela/Gustavo Dudamel rec. Ciudad Universitaria, Aula Magna, Caracas, February 2006 DEUTSCHE GRAMMOPHON  00289 477 6545 [69.25][TD]

There is much to admire here, not least the reading of the all-important Scherzo which I found satisfying. ... see Full Review

Eduardo MARTIN (b. 1956) De La Rumba Son [5:02] Son y Allegro: Preludio [2:35]; Son [2:53]; Allegro [2:30] Divertimentos Tropicales: Inevitable [2:26]; Chacumbele [2:10]; Lobison [2:40], Angeles en La Calle [4:58]En Cinco Lineas: I Anunciación [2:38]; II Iluminado [2:46]; III Profecia del Agua y El Viento [3:02]; IV La Ausencia [2:53]; V Ilusión y Verdad [2:08]Canciones del Calendario: Enero [1:43]; Febrero [1:21]; Marzo [1:42]; Abril [0:51]; Mayo [1:26]; Junio [1:42]; Julio [1:53] Agosto [1:42]; Septiembre [1:12]; Octubre [1:19]; Noviembre [1:22]; Diciembre [1:34]Son del Barrio [3:59]Para Soñar Contigo [3:37] Iliana Matos (guitar) rec. no details given GPS 1030CD [64:31] [ZT]

Like composer Eduardo Martin, I feel fortunate to have heard this recording … see Full Review

Jules MASSENET (1842-1912) Hérodiade (1905) [165:14] John the Baptist - Gilbert Py Herod - Brian Schexnayder Hérodiade - Grace Bumbry Salomé - Leona Mitchell Phanuel - Roderick Kennedy Vitellius - Frédéric Vassar High Priest - Jacques Mars A Voice - Martin Shopland Orchestre Philharmonique et Choeur de l’Opéra de Nice Choeur de l’Académie de l’Université de Belgrade/Georges Prêtre rec. 21 June 1987, Opéra, Nice Richard STRAUSS (1864-1949) Salomé (1905) [58:19] Salomé - Cynthia Makris Hérode - Gilbert Py Hérodias - Nadine Denise Jokanaan - Monte Pederson Premier Soldat - Daniel Ottevaere Les Juifs - Guy Gabella; Frédéric Plantak; Antoine Normand; Jean Dourmène Premier Nazaréen - Frédéric Vassar Deuxième Nazaréen - Jean-Paul Boyt Orchestre Philharmonique de Strasbourg/Théodor Guschlbauer rec. 28 July 1988, Montpellier GALA GL100.631 [3CDs: 75.14 + 70:51 + 77:58] [TB]

Massenet’s fluency in portraying atmosphere and drama through his mastery of the orchestra, and of orchestral-vocal balance. But the recorded sound of this performance is quite simply unacceptable by modern standards ... see Full Review

Nicholas MAW (b. 1935) String Quartet No.3 (1994) [22:01] Benjamin BRITTEN (1913–1976) String Quartet No.3 Op.94 (1975) [27:14] Three Divertimenti (1936) [10:30] Coull Quartet rec. St. Paul’s Church, Birmingham, November 2005 SOMM SOMMCD 065 [60:02] [HC]

Carefully prepared and entirely committed readings … just superb. ... see Full Review

RECORDING OF THE MONTH Giuseppe Saverio MERCADANTE (1795-1870) Maria Stuarda Regina di Scozia - dramma serio in two acts (1821) (highlights) Maria Stuarda, Queen of Scotland – Judith Howarth (soprano); Olfredo, Earl of Lennox – Jennifer Larmore (mezzo); Ormondo, Royal Prince – Colin Lee (tenor); Carlo, Primate of Scotland – Manuela Custer (mezzo); Ferrando, Commander of the Royal guard – (baritone) Geoffrey Mitchell Choir Philharmonia Orchestra/Antonello Allemandi rec. Abbey Road Studios, London, April 2005 comprehensive introductory essay and synopsis in English, French, German and Italian. complete libretto with English translation OPERA RARA ORR241 [79.22][RJF]

This adventurous and superbly executed Opera Rara recording enables lovers of bel canto opera of the primo ottocento to take another step into the discovery of music by a composer whose many virtues remain largely undiscovered and neglected. ... see Full Review

Felix MENDELSSOHN (1809-1847) String Quartet in A minor, Op. 13 (1827) [31:08] String Quartet in D major, Op. 44 No. 1 (1838) [32:32] Fugue in E flat major, Op. 81 No. 4 (1827) [5:34] Pro Arte Quartet rec. 20-21 December 2004, Mills Hall, Madison, Wisconsin UW-MADISON SCHOOL OF MUSIC 1931569-12-6 [70:14][TB]

The new Pro Arte Quartet are the real deal, an accomplished ensemble who sound well both corporately and individually. They are worthy inheritors of their predecessors’ illustrious mantle. ... see Full Review

Beata MOON (b.1969) Piano Works Piano Sonata (2006) [17:10] Submerged (1999) [3:12] In Transit (1999) [7:02] Guernica (2003) [3:26] Inter-Mez-Zo (2006) [8:47] Toccata (2000) [2:20] Ode (1998) [3:34] Piano Fantasy (1998) [4:53] Nursery (1996) [2:04] The Secret (2005) [3:13] Prelude (1996) [4:06] Beata Moon (piano) rec. American Academy of Arts and Letter, New York, 16-17 February 2007 DDD NAXOS 8.570347 [60:21][PCW]

Likeable music that spends more time looking over the shoulder than forwards … see Full Review

BARGAIN OF THE MONTH Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART (1756-1791) 46 Symphonies Orchestra Filarmonica Italiana, Torino Allesandro Arigoni (conductor) rec. dates and location not given. MEMBRAN 203300 [10 CDs: 69:06 + 69:09 + 72:30 + 72:43 + 64:48 + 58:41 + 55:29 + 67:59 + 53:53 + 56:00] [DC]

You won’t be sorry you splashed out. ... see Full Review

Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART (1756–1791) Don Giovanni (1787) Cesare Siepi (bass) – Don Giovanni; Geraint Evans (baritone) – Leporello; Leyla Gencer (soprano) – Donna Anna; Sena Jurinac (soprano) – Donna Elvira; Mirella Freni (soprano) – Zerlina; Richard Lewis (tenor) – Don Ottavio; David Ward (bass) – Il Commendatore; Robert Savoie (bass) – Masetto; The Covent Garden Opera Chorus, The Covent Garden Orchestra/Georg Solti rec. live, Royal Opera House, London, 19 February 1962 ROYAL OPERA HOUSE ROHS007 [3 CDs: 64:30 + 65:47 + 42:13][GF]

Not a first or only choice but a splendid complement to a modern sound recording. First class singing by all hands and one of the best Donna Annas anywhere. ... see Full Review

Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART (1756-1791) Epistelsonaten, Werke für eine Orgelwalze Sonate in C KV 328 [5:20] Sonate in F KV 244 [4:16] Fantasie in f KV 594 [12:22] Sonate in B KV 212 [3:45] Sonate in Es KV 67 [2:38] Andante in F KV 616 [7:42] Sonate in F KV 224 [5:11] Sonate in D KV 69 [4:10] Fantasie in f KV 608 [12:08] Sonate in D KV 144 [3:50] Sonate in C KV 336 [5:05] Gerhard Gnann (organ) rec. Sankt Mariä Empfängnis, Essen-Holsterhausen, Germany, August 2006. DDD ORGANUM OGM 261128 [69:32] [CB]

A highly recommendable release … lively and musical playing, always in tune with the essence of each composition ... see Full Review

Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART (1756-1791) Die Zauberflöte (für Kinder) Pamina, Ileana Contrubas (sop); Tamino, Peter Schreier (ten); Papageno, Christian Boesch (bar); Sarastro, Kurt Rydl (bass); Queen of the Night, Zdislawa Donat (sop); Papagena, Gudrun Sieber, (sop); Monostatos, Horst Hiestermann (ten) Konzertvereinigung Wiener Staatsopernchor Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra/James Levine Presented by Christian Boesch and Jean-Pierre Ponnelle rec. live, 26 August 1982, Felsenreitschule, Salzburg LPCM Stereo Format DVD 9, Region code 0 TDK DVWW-OPMFC [106:00] [DC]

Very much a German language production, but excellent entertainment nonetheless ... see Full Review

Thea MUSGRAVE (b. 1928) Concerto for Orchestra (1967) [20:26] * Clarinet Concerto (1969) [23:38] ** Horn Concerto (1971) [22:06] *** Monologue, for solo piano (1960) [6:02] Excursions, eight duets for piano, four hands (1965) [9:51] Gervase de Peyer (clarinet); Barry Tuckwell (horn); Thea Musgrave (piano); Malcolm Williamson (piano) *Scottish National Orchestra/Alexander Gibson **London Symphony Orchestra/Norman Del Mar ***Scottish National Orchestra/Thea Musgrave rec. January 1974, City Hall, Glasgow (Concerto for Orchestra; Horn Concerto); January 1972, London Opera Center (Clarinet Concerto); September 1971, Kingsway Hall, London (Monologue; Excursions). ADD LYRITA SRCD.253 [80.21] [RB]

Not typical fare for Lyrita but beguilingly done with fervent authority and great sensitivity ... see Full Review

Carl NIELSEN (1865-1931) Chamber Music Vol. 1 Piano Trio in G major (1883) [10:52] Serenata in vano for clarinet, bassoon, French horn, cello and double bass (1914) [7:33] Wind Quintet, Op. 43 (1922) [28:05] Fantasy Piece for clarinet and piano in G minor (c. 1881) [4:03] Two Fantasy Pieces for oboe and piano, Op.2 (1889) [6:20] Canto serioso for French horn and piano (1913) [3:27] From the incidental music to ‘Moderen’ (the Mother) (1920): 1) Tågen letter (The fog is lifting) for flute and harp [2:15] 2) Børnene leger for flute solo [1:20] 3) Tro og Håb spiller, for flute and viola [1:08] Trio Ondine (Piano Trio) DiamantEnsemblet Jens Elevekjaer (piano) Nina Katherin Schlemm (harp) rec. November 2006, March 2007, Queen’s Hall, the Black Diamond, the Royal Library, Copenhagen, Denmark. DDD DACAPO 8.226064 [65:04][MC]

Dacapo issue a welcome disc as the first volume of their Carl Nielsen chamber music series. ... see Full Review

Arne NORDHEIM (b. 1932) Listen (1971) [10:17] Ludwig van BEETHOVEN (1770-1827) Piano Sonata No.32 in C minor, Op.111 (1822) [25:16] Arne NORDHEIM Listen – Inside Outside (2005)* [12:00] Mats Claesson (live electronics)* Einar Steen-Nøkleberg (piano) * rec. concert, University of Aula, Oslo, 14 October 2006. Other venues and recording dates not stated. DDD SIMAX CLASSICS PSC1269 [47:38] [BW]

A good performance of Beethoven’s last piano sonata, well recorded, but short value overall, especially for those who, like me, find the Nordheim works a distraction … see Full Review

Jacques OFFENBACH (1819–1880) Orphée aux Enfers, (1858), Highlights 1. Ah! C’est ainsi! [5:20] 2. La mort m’apparaît souriante [2:17] 3. Eh hop! hop! [1:52] 4. Pour séduire Alcmène [2:29] 5. Bel insecte à l’aile dorée [3:28] 6. Vive la vin! Vive Pluton! [2:04] 7. Ce bal est original [1:49] Yann Beuron (tenor) – Orphée; Natalie Dessay (soprano) – Eurydice; Laurent Naouri (baritone) – Jupiter; Jean-Paul Fouchécourt (tenor) – Aristée; Pluton; Etienne Lescroart (tenor) – Mercure; Virginie Pochon (soprano) – Minerve; Jennifer Smith (soprano) – Diane; Patricia Petibon (soprano) – Cupidon; Véronique Gens (soprano) – Vénus; Steven Cole (baritone) – John Styx Orchestre et Choeur de l’Opéra National de Lyon; Orchestre de Chambre de Grenoble/Marc Minkowski La Belle Hélène (1864), Highlights 8. Overture [1:28] 9. C’est le devoir des jeunes filles [1:43] 10. Amours divins [3:30] 11. Voici les rois de la Grèce [4:02] 12. On me nomme Hélène la blonde [4:15] 13. Le voici le roi des rois [0:56] 14. Je la vois, elle dort [3:01] 15. Dansons, aimons, buvons, chantons [4:58] 16. Lorsque la Grèce est un champ de carnage [2:59] 17. Et tout d’abord, ô vile multitude [3:13] Felicity Lott (soprano) – Hélène; Yann Beuron (tenor) – Pâris; Laurent Naouri (baritone) – Agamemnon; Alain Gabriel, Laurent Alvaro (tenor) – Les 2 Ajax; Marie-Ange Todorovitch (mezzo) – Oreste; François Le Roux (bass) – Calchas; Eric Huchet (baritone) – Achille; Michel Sénéchal (tenor) – Ménélas Choeur des Musiciens du Louvre-Grenoble; Les Musiciens du Louvre-Grenoble/Marc Minkowski La Grande-Duchesse de Gérolstein (1867), Highlights 18. A cheval sur la discipline [1:40] 19. Ah! Que j’aime les militaries [2:32] 20. Ah! C’est un fameux regiment [3:17] 21. Voici le sabre de mon père [3:23] 22. Dites-lui qu’on l’a remarqué [4:34] 23. Le carillon de ma grand-mère [4:09] 24. A cheval! A cheval! [2:52] 25. Il était un de mes aïeux [2:19] 26. Et bien, Altresse, me voilà, hôlala! [1:42] Felicity Lott (soprano) – La Grande-Duchesse; Yann Beuron (tenor) – Fritz; François Le Roux (bass) – Boum; Frank Leguérinel (baritone) – Puck; Sandrine Piau (soprano) – Wanda; Choeur des Musiciens du Louvre-Grenoble; Les Musiciens du Louvre-Grenoble/Marc Minkowski no rec. dates and venues given; published 1998–2005 VIRGIN CLASSICS 0946 391344 2 7 [76:59][GF]

Infectious readings of infectious music – those who buy these highlights are in the risk zone of contracting “Offenbach’s disease” against which there is no known cure. ... see Full Review

Andrzej PANUFNIK (1914-1991) Sinfonia Sacra (1963) [20:19] Sinfonia Rustica (1948) [24:28] Sinfonia Concertante for flute, harp and strings (1973) [20:50] Aurèle Nicolet (flute); Osian Ellis (harp) Monte Carlo Opera Orchestra/composer (Sacra; Rustica) Menuhin Festival Orchestra/composer rec. Salle Alcazar, Monte Carlo, 1-3 June 1966; No. 1 Studio, Abbey Road, London, 20 February 1975. ADD EMI CLASSICS BRITISH COMPOSERS SERIES 3522892 [66:46] [RB]

Consistently satisfying music articulated through minimal means … the best possible Panufnik introduction ... see Full Review

RECORDING OF THE MONTH Sir Hubert PARRY (1848-1918) Ode on the Nativity for Soprano solo, Chorus and Orchestra* (1912) [24:15] Gustav HOLST (1874-1934) The Mystic Trumpeter - Scena for Soprano and Orchestra Op. 18** (Ed. Colin Matthews (1904) [19:51] Ralph VAUGHAN WILLIAMS (1872-1958) The Sons of Light A Cantata for Chorus and Orchestra* (1950) [20:03] * Teresa Cahill (soprano) The Bach Choir; Royal College of Music Chorus London Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir David Willcocks ** Sheila Armstrong (soprano) London Symphony Orchestra/David Atherton rec. March 1980, Kingsway Hall (RVW, Parry). Venue and date not given (Holst) LYRITA SRCD.270 [64.13] [JQ]

The reappearance on CD of these performances is a cause for great celebration. ... see Full Review

Quincy Porter (1897-1966) String Quartet No.1 in E minor (1922-23) [19:19] String Quartet No.2 (1925) [14:29] String Quartet No.3 (1930) [16:23] String Quartet No.4 (1931) [15:19] Ives Quartet: (Bettina Mussumeli (1st violin); Susan Freier (2nd violin); Judi Levitz (viola); Stephen Harrison (cello)). rec. St Stephen’s Church, Belvedere, California, 21-26 May 2006. DDD NAXOS 8.559305 [65:30] [JF]

The playing is stunning and subtle … players who are perfectly at home with this fine music ... see Full Review

Henry PURCELL (1659-1695) Dido and Aeneas - opera in three acts (1689) [53:46] Dido: Julianne Baird (soprano) Belinda: Andrea Lauren Brown (soprano) Aeneas: Timothy Bentch (tenor) Second Woman: Patricia Conrad (soprano) Sorceress: Tatyana Rashkovsky (mezzo) First Witch: Jennifer Graf (soprano) Second Witch: Kemper LeCroy (soprano) Spirit: Fran Bjomeby Kraemer (mezzo) First Sailor: Dennis Kalup (tenor) The Fairy Queen Suite (1692) [11:12] Ama Deus Baroque Ensemble/Valentin Radu rec. Arch Street United Methodist Church, Philadelphia, 17-18 February 2007. DDD. Booklet includes libretto in English LYRICHORD LEMS 8057 [64:58][MG]

Good in parts, especially Baird’s Dido, but not consistently effective. … see Full Review

Jean-Philippe RAMEAU (1683–1764) Les Amants Trahis (c. 1716) [21.58] Aquilone et Orithie (1704) [13.34] Thétis (1704) [10.27] Aire à boire (1707) [2.27] Andre CAMPRA (1660–1774) Les Femmes [14.01] Peter Harvey (baritone); Philippa Hyde (soprano) London Baroque (Ingrid Seifert and Richard Gwilt (violins), Charles Medlam (bass viol), Terence Charlston (harpsichord)) rec. October 2004, St. Martin’s East Woodhay, Hampshire. BIS BIS-CD-1495 [64.05] [RH]

A charming, well performed disc. Anyone interested in exploring French baroque music further should buy it immediately ... see Full Review

Maurice RAVEL (1875-1937) Alborada del gracioso (1905, 1918) [7:16] Rapsodie espagnole (1907) [15:09] (Prélude à la nuit [4:22]; Malagueña [2:03]; Habañéra [2:26]; Feria [6:17]) Valses nobles et sentimentales (1911-12) [16:31] La Valse (1919) [12:06] Boléro (1928) [15:25] Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra/Jesús López-Cobos rec. Music Hall, Cincinnati, 12-13 March 1988. DDD. TELARC CLASSICS CD-80171 [66:49] [BW]

Sympathetic performances … a useful introduction to Ravel, but very wide dynamic-range of the recording will not be to all tastes and there are some very competitive alternatives in the same low-price bracket … see Full Review

Jacob REGNART (c.1540-1599) Quod mitis sapiens nulli virtute secundus [4:29] Missa Super Oeniades Nymphae [27:11] Exsultent iusti [3:05] Quare tristis es, anima mea? [3:50] Stetit Jesus [5:58] Inviolata [4:18] Lamentabatur Jacob [5:02] Stella, quam viderant Magi [2:42] Ut vigilum densa silvam cingente corona [3:43] Cinquecento - Renaissance Vokal rec. Kloster Pernegg, Waldviertel, Austria, 2-4 February 2007 HYPERION CDA67640 [60:40] [DC]

Like a fine wine: for savouring at length ... see Full Review

Franz Xaver RICHTER (1709-1789) Sinfonia in D, No. 53 (Trumpet) [12:03] Sinfonie in D minor, No. 56 [11:25]* Sinfonia in G minor, No. 29 [12:56]* Sinfonia in D, No. 52 [10:18] Sinfonie in F minor, No. 43 [15:04]* *premiere recordings London Mozart Players/Matthias Bamert rec. 11-12 April 2006, St Jude-on-the-Hill, London CHANDOS CHAN 10386 [61:46][DB]

A greatly enjoyable disc with three premier recordings. A fitting instalment in Chandos’s Contemporary of Mozart series. … see Full Review

Gioacchino ROSSINI (1792-1868) Péchés de Vieillesse: Volume 8 Prélude (from Musique anodine) [1:46] Thème naïf et variations idem [5:46] Plein-chant chinois [5:07] Petite polka chinoise [4:21] Chansonette [3:27] Une Bagatelle [1:14] Gymnastique d’écartement [4:43] É chantillon de blague mélodique sur les noires de la manin droite [6:28] Impromptu anodin [5:06] Fausse couche de polka-mazurka [3:34] Petite pensée [2:18] Valse anti-dansante [6:50] Mélodie candide [4:09] Valse boiteuse [4:56] Valse lugubre [3:43] Petite valse de boudoir [3:18] Une réjouissance [2:37] Un regret [2:37] Un espoir [4:03] Petite fanfare à quatre mains [3:34]* Stefan Irmer (piano); Jang Eun Bae (piano)* rec. 29-31 October, 2006, Fürstliche Reitbahn Bad Arolsen MUSIKPRODUKTION DABRINGHAUS UND GRIMM MDG 618 1448-2 [80:02] [GPu]

A rich collection of Rossini’s serio-comic piano pieces, to round off a fine series … see Full Review

BARGAIN OF THE MONTH Albert ROUSSEL(1869-1937) Chamber Music: Complete Piano Trio in E flat major, Op.2 (1902) [28:08] 1 Divertissement, for wind quintet and piano, Op.6 (1906) [6:28] 2 Sonata no.1, in D minor, for piano and violin, Op.11 (1907-8) [32:30] 3 Impromptu, for harp solo, Op.21 (1919) [6:48] 4 Deu poèmes de Ronsard, for flute and soprano, Op.26 (1924) [7:49] 5 Joueurs de flûte, for flute and piano, Op.27 (1924) [9:08] 6 Sonata no.2, for piano and violin, Op.28 (1924) [14:02] 3 Segovia, for guitar, Op.29 (1925) [3:08] 7 Sérénade, for flute, string trio and harp, Op.30 (1925) [15:44] 8 Duo for bassoon and double bass (1925) [4:07] 9 Aria no.2, for oboe and piano (1927-8) [2:11] 10 Trio for flute, viola and cello, Op.40 (1929) [13:55] 11 String Quartet, Op.45 (1931-32) [19:48] 12 Andante and Scherzo, for flute and piano, Op.51 (1934) [4:46] 6 Pipe, for piccolo and piano (1934) [0:57] 13 String Trio, Op.58 (1937) [13:31] 14 Music from Elpénor, Poème radiophonique, for flute and string quartet, Op.59 (1937) [8:00] 15 Andante, from an unfinished Wind Trio, for oboe, clarinet and bassoon (1937) [3:13] 16 1 Jet Röling (piano), Jean-Jacques Kantorow (violin), Herre-Jan Stegenga (cello); 2 Jet Röling (piano), Paul Verhey (flute), Hans Roerade (oboe), Frank van den Brink (clarinet), Herman Jeurissen (horn), Jos de Lange (bassoon); 3 Jean-Jacques Kantorow (violin), Jet Röling (piano); 4 Erika Waardenburg (harp); 5 Irene Maessen (soprano), Paul Verhey (flute); 6 Paul Verhey (flute), Jet Röling (piano); 7 Jan Goudswaard (guitar); 8 Paul Verhey (flute), Erika Waardenburg (harp), Janneke van der Meer (violin), Henk Guittart (viola), Viola de Hoog (cello); 9 Jos de Lange (bassoon), Quirijn van Regteren Altena (double bass); 10 Hans Roerade (oboe), Jet Röling (piano); 11 Paul Verhey (flute), Henk Guittart (viola), Herre-Jan Stegenga (cello); 12 Schönberg Quartet: Janneke van der Meer (violin), Wim de Jong (violin), Henk Guittart (viola), Viola de Hoog (cello); 13 Paul Verhey (piccolo), Jet Röling (piano); 14 Janneke van der Meer (violin), Henk Guittart (viola), Viola de Hoog (cello); 15 Paul Verhey (flute), Janneke van der Meer (violin), Wim de Jong (violin), Henk Guittart (viola), Viola de Hoog (cello); 16 Hans Roerade (oboe), Frank van den Brink (clarinet), Jos de Lange (bassoon) rec. April, June, December 1994, The Old Catholic Church, Delft BRILLIANT CLASSICS 8413 [3 CDs: 67:43 + 64:44 + 66:31] [GPu]

A convenient set of Roussel’s very distinctive chamber music, very decently played - and more than that at times - a real bargain … see Full Review

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