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BARGAIN OF THE MONTH Music for Strings Paul HINDEMITH (1895-1963) Fünf Stücke, Op.44 No.4 (1927) [11:31]Sergei PROKOFIEV (1891-1953) Visions Fugitives, Op.22 (arr. R. Barshai) (1915-17) [17:23] Béla BARTÓK (1891-1945) Divertimento for Strings, Sz.113 (1939) [26:51]Antonio VIVALDI (1678-1741) Concerto in B minor, Op.3 No.10 (pub.1711) [10:13] Concerto in D major Op.3 No.1 (pub.1711) [10:20] Academy of St. Martin in the Fields/Neville Marriner (Hindemith, Prokofiev) Moscow Chamber Orchestra/Rudolf Barshai (Bartók, Vivaldi) rec. St. John’s, Smith Square, London, July 1974 (Hindemith) and October 1972 (Prokofiev), and at Decca Studio 3, West Hampstead, London, July 1962 (Bartók, Vivaldi) DECCA ELOQUENCE 442 8414 [76:38] [DC]

With excellent sonics and musicianship and a high score in the ‘first CD release’ stakes this disc is as good as self-recommending ... see Full Review

Musik in Zürich 1500-1900 Huldrych ZWINGLI (1484-1531) 1. “Herr, nun heb den wagen selb” (1519) [1:51] Ludwig SENFL (c1486-1542/3) 2. “Allein die Huld” [1:07] Paul HOFHAIMER (1459-1537) 3. “Nach Willen dein” [1:32] Anonymous 4. Scaramella [0:41] Johann Caspar BACHOFEN (1695-1755) 5. “Lobe Zion” [1:57] 6. “Welt, ich achte deiner nicht” [0:36] 7. “Das alte Jahre” [1:37] (1743) Johannes SCHMIDLIN (1722-1772) 8. Five extracts from “Hymnus auf die Allmacht, Weissheit und Güte Gottes” (1761) [8:04] Johann Heinrich EGLI (1742-1810) & Johann Jakob WALDER (1750-1817) 9. “Was sorgest du?” [2:46] 10. “Nicht ist, Jusus, deines Gleichen” [1:07] (1775) Philipp Christoph KAYSER (1755-1823) Romance for tenor and piano (1777) [1:25], 11. “Ein Schauspiel für Götter” for tenor and piano (1777) [3:58] 12. Sonata No 1 in D for piano, violin and two horns: I. Allegro assai (c1780) [4:08] Anton LISTE (1772-1832) 13. Sonata for Piano and Bassoon Op 3: II. Adagio con espressione (1811) [9:21] 14. Neujahrslied [2:22] Johann Carl ESCHMANN (1826-1882) 15. Neujahrslied (piano solo) (1851) [7:37] 16. String Quartet in D minor: I. Adagio - allegro con fuoco [9:52] 17. “ Zur Weinlese” Op 6/6 for horn and piano (c1852) [4:32] Alexander MÜLLER (1808-1863) 18. Tempo di Mazurka for piano solo (1852) [4:29] Richard WAGNER (1813-1883) 19. Extract from “Siegfrieds Tod” (1853) [4:06] Wilhelm BAUMGARTNER (1820-1867) “Wenn die Sonne lieblich schiene” Op 4/5 [1:02] (1-7) Choir of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, Geoffrey Webber (conductor and organ) (8) Purcell Singers, Robert Howard (organ), Fred Jacobs (theorbo); (9,10) Katie Towers; Abigail Boreham (sopranos), Geoffrey Webber (organ); (11,12) Steve Davislim (tenor), William Fong (piano), Roy Howat (piano), Oliver Lewis (violin), Dave Lee; Chris Davies (horns); (13,14) William Waterhouse (bassoon), William Fong (piano), Garrie Davislim (tenor), James Rutherford (bass); (15-17) Jeremy Filsell (piano), Ceruti Quartet, Dave Lee (horn), Roy Howat (piano); (18) Kathron Sturrock (piano); (19) Yvonne Howard (soprano), Richard Edgar-Wilson (tenor), Kathron Sturrock (piano); (20) Richard Edgar-Wilson (tenor), Kathron Sturrock (piano) Texts and translations included GUILD GMCD7312 [74:19] [JS]

It may have a dull sounding title and a shortage of big name composers and performers but I have no hesitation in recommending it to anyone in search of interesting curiosities ... see Full Review

Music of the Reformation Martin LUTHER (1483-1546) Nun bitten wir [0:50] Mitten wir im Leben sind [1:31] Nun bitten wir [0:50] Nun bitten wir [0:50] Nun bitten wir [0:50] Durch Adams Fall [0:54] Mit Fried und Freud [0:43] Caspar OTHMAYR (1515-1553) Ein feste Burg a 4 [2:17] Ein feste Burg Bicinium [1:00] Ein feste Burg a 4 [2:24] Verba Lutheri ultima [4:37] Mitten wir im Leben sind Bicinium [1:55] Epitaphium D Martin Lutheri [8:54] Durch Adams Fall Bicinium [1:19] Mit Fried und Freud [0:57] Verleih uns Frieden [1:41] Johann WALTER (1496-1570) Nun bitten wir [1:46] Nun bitten wir [1:43] Nun bitten wir [1:46] Der christliche Glaub [2:59] Mitten wir im Leben sind [3:08] Das Vater unser Vater [2:38] Durch Adams Fall [2:20] Mit Fried und Freud [1:03] Verleih uns Frieden [1:54] Himlische Cantorey: (Veronika Winter (soprano); Henning Voss (alto); Henning Kaiser (tenor); Jan Kobow (tenor); Ralf Grobe (bass)); Michel Freimuth (lute); Gregor Hollmann (organ) rec. 28 August, 1-2 September 2003, Markt Nordheim, Schloß Seehaus, Germany. DDD CPO 777 275-2 [49:12] [MS]

Intimate, focused devotional music – the first Protestant hymns from Germany performed with sensitivity and restraint - and all the better for that -  on a welcome CD that’s short on quantity, but not on musical pleasure ... see Full Review

Elisabeth Schwarzkopf - Salzburg Recital 1956 Gottfried H. STÖLZEL (1690-1749) Bist du bei mir (3:13) (attrib. J.S. Bach) Alessandro PARISOTTI (1853-1913) Se tu m'ami (2:21) (attrib. Pergolesi) George Frideric HANDEL (1685-1759) Atalanta, HWV 35: Care selve (3:30) Christoph GLUCK (1714-1787) La rencontre imprevue: C'est un torrent impetueux (2:22) Ludwig Van BEETHOVEN (1770-1827) Songs (3), Op. 83: no 1, Wonne der Wehmut (3:03) Franz SCHUBERT (1797-1828) An Sylvia, D 891/Op. 106 no 4 (2:28) Rosamunde, D 797/Op. 26: no 5, Romance "Der Vollmond strahlt" (3:45) Die Vogel, D 691/Op. 172 no 6 (0:49) Der Einsame, D 800 (4:30) Vedi, quanto adoro, D 510 "Didone abbandonata" (4:30) Hugo WOLF (1860-1903) Goethe Lieder: no 9, Mignon "Kennst du das Land" (6:50) Goethe Lieder: no 8, Philine (3:21) Eichendorff Lieder: no 8, Nachtzauber (3:59) Eichendorff Lieder: no 7, Die Zigeunerin (3:26) Richard STRAUSS (1864-1949) Lieder (4), Op. 27: no 1, Ruhe, meine Seele (3:18) Lieder (5), Op. 41: no 1, Wiegenlied (4:12) Lieder (5), Op. 69: no 5, Schlechtes Wetter (2:02) Lieder (4), Op. 36: no 3, Hat gesagt, bleibts nicht dabei (2:15) Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART (1756-1791) Warnung, K 433 (416c) (2:24) Robert SCHUMANN (1810-1856) Myrthen, Op. 25: no 3, Der Nussbaum (3:24) Franz SCHUBERT Die schone Mullerin, D 795/Op. 25: no 7, Ungeduld (3:12) Elisabeth Schwarzkopf (soprano); Gerald Moore (piano) rec. 7 August 1956, Salzburg Festival ARCHIPEL ARPCD0390 [69:57] [EMc]

No sense of strain, no wobble, perfect legato and astounding breath control. The performances always capture the attention ... see Full Review

Nordic Showcase Carl NIELSEN (1865–1931) Suite for string orchestra, Op. 1 (1888) [13:50] Johan SVENDSEN (1840–1911) Romance for violin and orchestra, Op. 26 (1881) [7:53] Anders WESSTRÖM (1720–1781) Armida, overture [7:50] Jón LEIFS (1899–1968) Variazioni Pastorali, Op. 8 (1930) [10:44] Bo LINDE (1933–1967) Concerto piccolo, Op. 35 (1967) [10:50] Jean SIBELIUS (1865–1957) Impromptu for strings (1893, arr. 1894) [8:04] Richard Tognetti (violin) (Svendsen) Nordic Chamber Orchestra/Christian Lindberg rec. January 2006, Tonhallen, Sundsvall, Sweden BIS-CD-1538 [60:46][GF]

A couple of Nordic ‘standards’ and some rarities of great interest – all of it expertly played. ... see Full Review

Highlights of 23rd Norwegian Wind Band Championship CD 1 Stig NORDHAGEN (b.1966) Variations on a Folk Theme from Valdres (2005) [14.26] Dragefjellets Musikkorps/Gary Petersen Winners of Elite Section David GILLINGHAM (b.1947) Galactic Empires (1997) [11.54] Musikklaget Lurlat/Rune Bergmann 2nd Place in 2nd Section Gustav HOLST (1874-1934) First Suite for in E-flat for Military Band, (1. Chaconne [4.44]; 2. Intermezzo [2.42]; 3. March [2.57]) Op. 28 No.1 (1909) [10.23] Holmlia Konsertorkestor/Morten Wensberg Winners of 4th Section Philip WILBY (b.1949) arr. by M Scott McBride Paganini Variations (1991) [15.39] Halsen Musikkforening/Gavin David Lee 2nd Place in 1st Section Bert APPERMONT (b.1973) Egmont (2004) [18.29] Sande Musikkorps/Lars-Thomas Holm Winners of 2nd Section CD2 Stephen MELILLO Wait of the World [23.05] Bispehaugen Ungdomskorp/Tomas Carstensen Winners of 1st Section John Barnes CHANCE (1932-1972) Incantation and Dance (1960) [7.24] Faberg Musikkforening/Karlsten Dalsrud Winners of 3rd Section Alfred REED (1921-2005) First Suite for Band 1st and 2nd Movements [8.20] OK Janitsjar/Benny Solli; Knut Harald Jensen 2nd Place in 3rd Section Gustav HOLST (1874-1934) arr. Curnow Jupiter from The Planets Suite [8.43] Malvik Musikkorps/Bjorn Erik Heggli 2nd Place in 4th Section Andres VALERO-CASTELLS (b.1973) La Vall de la Murta [25.19] Sarpsborg Janitsjarkorps/Geir Holm 2nd Place in Elite Section rec. Trondheim, 31 March-1 April 2006 DOYEN DOYCD213 [71:15 + 73:17] [LB]

A thoroughly enjoyable couple of CDs for the symphonic wind band lover ... see Full Review

The Road to Paradise - In Ora Mortis Nostrae Thomas TALLIS (c.1505-85) Miserere nostri [3:24] The Pilgrim’s Journey Chant Jacet granum – Clanat pastor [5:37] Robert PARSONS (c.1535-1571/ 2) Ave maria [5:01] Benjamin BRITTEN (1913-1976) A Hymn to the Virgin [3:53] Media Vita In Morte Sumus William BYRD (c.1540-1623) Christe qui lux es et dies [3:40] John SHEPPARD (c.1515-1558) Media vita in morte sumus [19:16] Requiem Aeternam Richard Rodney BENNETT (b. 1936) A Good-Night (1998) [2:33] John TAVERNER (b. 1944) Song for Athene (1993) [6:28] John SHEPPARD In pace in idipsum [4:27] A Vision Of Paradise Gustav HOLST (1874-1934) Nunc dimittis (1915) [3:12] William H. HARRIS (1883-1973) Bring us, O Lord God [4:15] Herbert HOWELLS (1892-1983) Take him, Earth, for cherishing (1963) [9:37] Chant In paradisum Gabrieli Consort/Paul McCreesh rec. July 2006, The Parish Church of S. Alban the Martyr, Holborn, London. DEUTSCHE GRAMMOPHON 477 6605 [74:11][KM]

An imaginary pilgrimage of lush choral music, impeccably performed and recorded ... see Full Review

Rose van Jherico: The Songbook of Anna von Köln (ca.1500) Laist ons syngen ind vroelich syn [2:23] Nu hoirt nu hoirt all wonder [3:02] Te celi reginam [3:45] Ich grois dich gerne [8:37] Mit vrouden quam der engel [6:08] Ich sachz eyn mols [2:34] Puer natus in bethleem [3:08] Jure plaudant omnia [1:02] In dulci jubilo [3:30] In Feuers Hitz [1:38] Heir bouen in myns vaders rych [3:33] Rose van Jherico [2:17] O laist ons vroelich syngen [3:13] Elend, du hast umfangen mich [3:32] Audi tellus [3:47] Stetit ihesus coram pylato [3:48] Mater sancta, dulcis Anna [5:28] Dulcissime ihesu [6:41] Ave dei genitrix [2:44] Wail up, ich moes van hynnen [6:47] Ars Choralis Coeln Ensemble for Medieval Music/Maria Jones rec. Kloster Walberberg, near Brühl, Germany, 11-14 September 2006. DDD. Booklet with notes in English, French and German and texts in Early New High German and Latin, with Modern German translations and summaries in English and French. RAUMKLANG RK2604 [77:39][BW]

An excellent opportunity to get to know some little-known but very rewarding music in fine performances and recording … see Full Review

Hansheinz Schneeberger Rolf LOOSER (1920-2001) Rezitativ und Hymnus für Violine allein (1960) [11:59] Kolja LESSING (b. 1961) Metaphysische Muse in einer con der Abendsonne beleuchteten Strasse ( 1979) [3:39] Friedemann TREIBER (b. 1971) Prelude for Violin solo (2002) [7:14] Balz TRÜMPY (b. 1946) Intertwined Paths (2001/02) [23:27] Eric GAUDIBERT (b. 1936) Capriccio for solo violin (1978) [6:25] Heidi BAADER-NOBS (b. 1940) Duo pour Hansheinz (1996) [6:42] Elliott CARTER (b. 1908) Four Lauds für Geige solo (1984/2000) [13:16] Hansheinz Schneeberger (violin) rec. Radiostudio Zürich, 23-25 March, 16 June 2006 MUSIQUES SUISSES MGB CTS-M 101 [66:59] [DB]

A stark set of challenging works, impressively performed and recorded … see Full Review

A Scottish Lady Mass - Sacred Music from Medieval St Andrews Introit: Gaudeamus omnes [02:38] Kyrie: Rex, virginum amator [04:26] Gloria - Per precem [05:36] Gradual: Proptem veritatem [02:55] Alleluya: Ave Maria gratia plena [03:44] Alleluya: Virga florem germinavit [03:59] Sequence: Missus Gabriel de celis [06:22] Sequence: Hodierne lux diei [05:13] Offertory: O vere beata sublimis [02:50] Sanctus - Mater mitis [03:57] Sanctus - Christe ierarchia [07:52] Sanctus - Voce vita [05:44] Agnus Dei - Archetipi mundi [04:57] Agnus Dei - Factus homo [03:27] Communion: Principes persecuti sunt [01:41] Red Byrd, Yorvox rec. April, May 2004, St Alban's Church, Holborn, London, UK. DDD HYPERION CDA67299 [66:05][JV]

Fascinating music from a manuscript put together in St Andrews around 1200 - a must for everyone interested in early liturgical music ... see Full Review

A Taste of Shropshire – English Music from Ludlow Oliphant Chuckerbutty (1884-1960) Paean – a Song of Triumph [2:24] Sir Edward Elgar (1857-1934) arr. Sinclair Pomp and Circumstance March No. 4 in G Op. 39 (1907) [5:53] Sir Edward German (1862-1936) arr. Lemare Three dances from Henry VIII: Morris Dance, Shepherds’ Dance & Torch Dance [9:14] Sir Arthur Sullivan (1842-1900) arr. Rawsthorne The Lost Chord [5:19] Paul Spicer (b. 1952) The Land of Lost Content (2006?) [6:50] Peter Warlock (1894-1930) arr. Setchell Two dances from Capriol Suite: Basse-danse; Pieds-en-l’air (1926) [4:02] Sir Edward German (1862-1936) arr. Brown/Setchell Coronation March and Hymn (1911) [6:47] Sir Charles Burney (1726-1814) Introduction and Voluntary for the Cornet stop (1751) [6:51] Robert Prizeman (b. 1952) Songs of Praise Toccata [4:15] John Gardner (b.1917) Jig (No. 3 of Five Dances) (1988) [4:46] Sir Henry Walford Davies (1869-1941) arr. Setchell RAF March Past [2:58] Richard Francis (b. 1946) Introduction and Grand Concert Variations on a Hymn Tune by Sir Arthur Sullivan (the ‘Not-so-young person’s guide to the organ’)  (2003) 16:40] Martin Setchell (organ) rec. 8-10 January 2007, St Laurence’s Parish Church, Ludlow QUANTUM QM7041 [76:06][JF]

A good CD featuring a number of Salopian composers. As a compilation it is very much a mixed blessing but the good parts will be seen differently by various listeners. ... see Full Review

Hopkinson Smith (lute, guitar) Album Johann Sebastian BACH (1685-1750) Tempo di Borrea from Partita I (BWV 1002) in A minor [6:42]; Sarabande from Suite for Baroque Lute (BWV 1012) in D major [4:10]; Adagio from Sonata I (BWV 1001) in G minor; Prelude from Partita III (BWV 1006) in E Major [4:32]; John DOWLAND (1563-1626) Frogg Galliard [2:47]; Lachrimae Pavin [4:10]; Charles MOUTON (1626-after 1699) La Mallassis Sarabande [2:27]; Sylvius Leopold WEISS (1686-1750) Prelude in D minor [1:37]; Courante in D minor [3:30]; Gaspar SANZ (c.1640-1710) Marizapalos [4:23]; La Tarantela [2:04] Alonso MUDARRA (c.1510-1580) Romanesca o Guardame las vacas [2:55]; Luys de NARVAEZ (c.1500-1588) Veynte y dos diferencias sobre Conde claros [2:46] Bernhard Joachim HAGEN (c.1720-1787) Largo from Concerto in A major for lute, 2 violins, viola and cello [4:27]; Giovanni Girolamo KAPSPERGER (c. 1580-1651) Toccata 6 [2:44]; Gagliarda [2:01]; Pierre ATTAINGNANT (c. 1494-1551/52) Pavane et Sauterelle [3:43]; Bransle de Poictou [3:01]; Fransisco GUERAU (1649-1722) Canarios (2:27); Le Vieux GAULTIER (1575-1651) La Cascade [8:00]; Jacques De GALLOT (c.1652-c.1690) Sarabande ‘la sans Pareille’ [4:10) Hopkinson Smith (Renaissance and Baroque Lutes, Baroque Guitar, Vihuela De Mano) Chiara Banchini, David Plantier (violins), David Courvoisier (viola), Roël Dieltens (violoncello piccolo) (12) rec. 1980-2004 NAĎVE E8908 [60:18][ZT]

The most enjoyable and entertaining recording of music for lute and allied instruments I have yet encountered. ... see Full Review

Walewska i przyjaciele - The Best Polish Singers Sing Arias and Songs rec. dates and venues unknown DUX 0500-0501 [70:03 + 75:24] [GF]

A mixed bag. Some of the songs left me indifferent, some of the performances were not up to the standard of the best but there was really nothing awful and there are several things that are very good indeed. ... see Full Review

Sir Henry WOOD (1869-1944) Orchestrations by Sir Henry Wood J.S. BACH Toccata and Fugue in D minor (BWV 565) [9:53] CHOPIN Marche funèbre (from Piano Sonata No.2 in B flat minor) [10:26] SCHARWENKA Polish Dance (Op.3 No.1) [4:10] GRANADOS Spanish Dance (No.5 Andaluza) [5:15] GRIEG Funeral March [7:47] DEBUSSY La Cathédrale engloutie (Preludes, Book 1 No.10) [6:46] RACHMANINOV Prelude in C sharp minor Op.3 No.2 [3:46] MOUSSORGSKY Pictures at an Exhibition [30:29] London Philharmonic Orchestra/Nicholas Braithwaite rec. Watford Town Hall, 10-11 January 1990 (Bach; Mussorgsky); 6 July 1993. DDD LYRITA SRCD.216 [78:42] [RB]

Plenty here to fascinate and please. ... see Full Review

Zarzuela Gerónimo GIMÉNEZ (1854–1923) La Tempranica (1900) 1. Sierras de Granada [6:24] Federico Moreno TORROBA (1891–1982) La Marchenera (1928) 2. Petenera (Tres horas antes del dia) [3:00] Pablo SOROZÁBAL (1897–1988) Adíos a la bohemia (1933) 3. Recuerdas aquella tarde? [2:26] Francisco Asenjo BARBIERI (1823–1894) Mis dos mujeres (1855) 4. żPor qué se oprime el alma? [6:21] Jacinto GUERRERO (1895–1951) La rosa del azafrán (1930) 5. No me duele que se vaya [3:30] Pedro Miguel MARQUÉS (1843–1918) El anillo de hierro (1878) 6. Pasión del alma mia [5:30] 7. Lágrimas mias, en dónde estáis [3:17] Pablo SOROZÁBAL La del manojo de rosas (1934) 8. No corté mas que una rosa [4:01] Manuel Fernández CABALLERO (1835–1906) Gigantes y cabezudos (1898) 9. ˇEsta es su carta! [5:17] Federico CHUECA (1846–1908) and Joaquin VALVERDE (1846–1910) La Gran Via (1886) 10. Chotis del Eliseo madrileńo (Yo soy el Elisedo) [4:28] Gerónimo GIMÉNEZ La Tempranica (1900) 11. La tarántula (La tarántula é un bicho mu malo) [1:44] Manuel Fernández CABALLERO Château Margaux (1887) 12. Siempre lo decia nuestra directora [3:41] Ana Maria Sánchez (soprano) Orquesta Sinfónica y Coro de RTVE/Enrique Garcia Asensio rec. Teatro Monumental de Madrid, 12–16 July, 2004 RTVE 65225 [49:43] [GF]

Even though los Angeles, Caballé and Berganza still hold their own in this repertoire, Ana Maria Sánchez is a thrilling alternative with an extra dramatic frisson ... see Full Review



Henry RUSSELL - A Life on the Ocean Wave – The story of a composer, singer, entertainer by Andrew Lamb 2007 398 pp. Ł25 ISBN 0 9524149 6 1 Publ. Fullers Wood Press, Croydon CR0 8HZ, U.K. [RW]

An excellent volume in which is pieced together a correct account of the progressive activities of this entrepreneur. ... see Full Review

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