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Elliott CARTER (b.1908) Complete works - Vol. 8: 16 Compositions 2002-2009 rec. 2008/9 BRIDGE 9314 A/B [49.29 + 53.42] [GH]

Wild but logical Carterian counterpoint ... see Full Review

Marc-Antoine CHARPENTIER (1643–1704) Motet pour les trépassés; Messe pour les trépassés; Miserere des Jésuites   see Tubery

Frédéric CHOPIN (1810-1849) Piano Music - Volume 1 Louis Lortie (pno), rec. 2009 CHANDOS CHAN 10588 [79:32] [CC]

A stimulating issue, the true excellence of which lies in the Nocturnes and Scherzos. The Sonata, alas, is its let-down. ... see Full Review

RECORDING OF THE MONTH Muzio CLEMENTI (1752-1832) The Complete Sonatas -Vol. 5 Sonatas op. 34, 37 & 46 Howard Shelley (piano) rec. 2009 HYPERION CDA67814 [77:51 + 67:28] [MS]

The fifth of six sets containing all of Clementi's piano sonatas - played with great flair, expertise but above all insight. Another winner … see Full Review 

Eric COATES (1886-1957) The Merrymakers Overture ; At The Dance ; The Man from the Sea ; Oxford Street ; The Three Bears ; By the Sleepy Lagoon; Queen Elizabeth Arthur SULLIVAN (1842-1900) Overtures: The Mikado; The Yeoman of the Guard ; Iolanthe ; Ruddigore London Symphony Orchestra/Sir Charles Mackerras (Coates) Philharmonia Orchestra/Sir Charles Mackerras (Sullivan) rec. 1956-7 VOCALION CDVS 1964 [62:50] [IL]

Light music favourites cleanly transferred from mid-1950s LPs and delivered with great flamboyance and élan. ... see Full Review

Louis COUPERIN (c.1626–1661) Carillons de Paris see Tubery

Claude DEBUSSY (1862-1918) Images, Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune, La Mer O dell’Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia/Leonard Bernstein rec. live, 1989 UNITEL CLASSICA/C MAJOR 701608 [82:46] [WH]

A straightforward, well executed film of one of Leonard Bernstein’s last concerts … see Full Review 

Claude DEBUSSY (1862-1918) String Quartet Maurice RAVEL (1875-1937) String Quartet Igor STRAVINSKY (1882-1971) Three Pieces Alban Berg Qt rec. 1983/4 EMI CLASSICS MASTERS 9 65939 2 [66:20] [ST]

At budget price and in splendid sound it’s hard to see how anyone could be disappointed with this.... see Full Review 

Gaetano DONIZETTI (1797–1848) L’Elisir d’amore Maria Bayo (soprano); Rolando Villazon (tenor) Symphony Orchestra and Chorus of The Grand Theatre del Liceu, Barcelona//Daniele Callegari rec. 2005 VIRGIN CLASSICS DVD VIDEO 26727790 [152:00] [RJF]

With not a farm to be seen another updating of Donizetti’s pastoral idyll. An enjoyable evening in the theatre.… see Full Review 

Francesco DURANTE (1684 - 1755) Harpsichord concertos Gerald Hambitzer (harpsichord), Concerto Köln/Werner Ehrhardt, rec. 1990, 1992 PHOENIX EDITION 427 [53:35 + 41:07] [JV]

Every lover of baroque instrumental music will get a lot of pleasure out of listening to these concertos by a highly original master ... see Full Review

Antonín DVOŘÁK (1841-1904) Cello Concerto, In Nature’s Realm Josef SUK (1874-1935) Pohádka Saša Večtomov (cello) Central Bohemia SO/unknown conductor rec. c. 1973 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT CDs CD9/2009 [79:45] [JW]

Preserves Večtomov’s reading of the concerto, one he never committed to posterity in the studio ... see Full Review 

RECORDING OF THE MONTH Antonín DVORÁK (1841-1904) Symphonic Poems The Water Goblin, The Noon Witch, The Golden Spinning Wheel, The Wild Dove, Czech Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Charles Mackerras rec. , 2001, 2008, 2009 SUPRAPHON SU 4012-2 [79:42] [BR]

The new standard recordings of Dvorák’s symphonic poems … see Full Review

Antonín DVOŘÁK (1841-1904) String Quartet No.11 in C, Op.61, B121 (1881) String Quartet No.12 in F, Op.96, B179, 'American' (1895) The Wihan Quartet
rec. 2004. DDD. NIMBUS ALLIANCE NI6114 [63:30]

Antonín DVOŘÁK (1841-1904) Piano Quintet No.1 in A, Op.5, B28 (1872, rev.1887)
Piano Quintet No.2 in A, Op.81, B155 (1887) Goldner String Quartet ; Piers Lane (piano) rec. 2009. DDD HYPERION CDA67805 [66:32] [BW]

No need to hesitate if the couplings appeal ... see Full Review

Antonín DVOŘÁK (1841-1904) Piano Trios Rosamunde Trio, rec. 2008 ALTO ALC1058 [76:38] [OL]

Very warm and humane … offers an interesting alternative view ... see Full Review

Antonín DVORÁK (1841-1904) Song transcriptions for violin/viola and piano by Josef Suk Biblical Songs, Gypsy Songs, In Folk Tone, Love Songs, Lullaby, Moravian Duets, Four Songs, Josef Suk (violin/violaš) Vladimir Ashkenazy (piano) rec. September 2009, Bohemia Music Studio, Prague TOCCATA TOCC0100 [60:05] [JW]

If you know the songs, or even if you don’t, I think you’ll love these transcriptions. ... see Full Review

Antonín DVOŘAK (1841–1904) Violin Concerto in A minor see Milstein

Manuel de FALLA (1876 – 1946) El amor brujo, El sombrero de tres picos, excerpt from La vida breve Suzanne Danco (sop.), Marina de Gabarain (mezzo), L’Orch. de la Suisse Romande/Ernest Ansermet, rec. 1952, 1955 DECCA ELOQUENCE 480 0077 [64:33] [GF]

Rhythmically alert and sensible paced but sound quality may be an issue ... see Full Review

Manuel de FALLA (1876–1946) Falla – Guitar Transcriptions Peter and Zoltán Katona (guitars); Juanita Lascarro (soprano); David Garcia Mir (percussion) rec. 2008 CHANNEL CLASSICS CCS SA 28809 [57:00] [OL]

The most Spanish of all the Spanish music - a fresh approach… see Full Review 

Aloys FLEISCHMANN (1910 – 1992) Four Masters, Sinfonia Votiva, An Coítín Dearg, Clare’s Dragoons Gavan Ring (bar.), Pat Fitzpatrick (war-pipes), RTÉ PO & Ch/Robert Houlihan, rec. 2009 RTÉ LYRIC FM CD 127 [75:59] [HC]

A splendid centenary tribute to a most distinguished composer whose music is still too rarely heard … see Full Review

César FRANCK (1822–1890) Symphony in D minor see Sir Henry Wood

Girolamo FRESCOBALDI (1583–1643) Fiori Musicali: Three Organ Masses Roberto Loreggian (organ); Fabiano Ruin (tromba barocca) Schola Gergoriano ‘Scriptoria’/Dom Nicola M Belinazzo rec. 2008 BRILLIANT CLASSICS 93781 [78:2] [BW]

Attractive – but likely to be of specialist appeal… see Full Review

Beat FURRER (b.1954) String Quartet No.3 KNM Berlin rec. 2007 KAIROS 0013132KAI [51:22] [GD]

Always engaging, always musical …radical without ever resorting to aggression.… see Full Review 

Jacob GADE (1879–1963) Waltzes, Tangos and Cinema Music Christian Westergaard (piano) rec. 2009 DACAPO 8.226057 [78:37] [BBr]

The proverbial one-hit wonder… see Full Review 

Valery Alexandrovich GAVRILIN (1939–1999) Songs Mila Shkirtil (mezzo); Yuri Serov (piano) rec.2007 NORTHERN FLOWERS NF/PMA9955 [58:29] [NB]

A winning combination of interesting repertoire well performed and recorded ... see Full Review

George GERSHWIN (1898-1937) Overtures and Songs Kiri Te Kanawa (soprano), New Princess Theatre Orchestra/John McGlinn rec. 1986 EMI CLASSICS 50999 6 06689 2 9 [79:06] [WK]

Gershwin as he was meant to sound, performed by artists wo love him. As close as you’ll ever get to being on Broadway in the 1920s ... see Full Review 

Alexander GLAZUNOV (1865 – 1936) Complete Works for Organ Vera Zvegintseva (organ) rec. 2005 NORTHERN FLOWERS NF/PMA9940 [49:06] [NB]

Ultimately I find the music here just too uninspiring to imagine it leaping from my shelves very often. … see Full Review

Alexander GLAZUNOV (1865-1936) Violin Concerto see Milstein

Mikhail GLINKA (1804-1857) Trio pathétique Pyotr Ilyich TCHAIKOVSKY (1840-1893) Piano Trio Moscow Rachmaninov Trio, rec. 2000 HYPERION HELIOS CDH55322 [62:23] [JW]

A lightweight Tchaikovsky Trio, so caveat emptor ... see Full Review

Christoph Willibald GLUCK (1714-1787) Orphée et Eurydice Juan Diego Flórez (tenor) Ainhoa Garmendia (soprano) Ch & O Titular del Teatro Real/Jesús López-Cobos rec. live, 2008 DECCA 478 2197 [68:09 + 36:39] [ST]

Go to this for curiosity value and Minkowski for authenticity ... see Full Review

Edward GREGSON (b.1945) Trombone Concerto Peter Moore (trombone) BBC Concert Orchestra/Bramwell Tovey rec. 2010 CHANDOS CHAN10627 [14:41] [BW]

I hope that it bucks the trend of concertos for brass instruments to be less than popular... see Full Review

Deirdre GRIBBIN (b. 1967) Venus Blazing, Unity of Being, Empire States Bradley Creswick (violin) RTÉ National SO/Gavin Maloney rec. 2008 RTÉ LYRIC FM CD 125 [55:22] [HC]

A fine survey of Gribbin’s recent output in excellent performances and recording … see Full Review 

Edvard GRIEG (1843-1907) Piano Concerto see SCHUMANN

Nicolas de GRIGNY (1672–1703) Cromorne en taille ŕ 2 parties see Tabart

George Frideric HANDEL (1685–1759) Concerti Grossi, Op.3 Kammerorchester Basel/Julia Schröder (violin) rec. 2009 DEUTSCHE HARMONIA MUNDI 886975 75202 [55:04] [BW]

Lively and exciting but too hectic in the main… see Full Review 

George Frideric HANDEL (1685-1759)
Acis and Galatea de Niese/Cuthbertson, Workman/Watson, Agnew/McRae,Hamilton, Rose/Underwood, Park/Kay, Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Hogwood 2009 OPUS ARTE OA1025D [110:00] [ST]

This production looks great and with one exception sounds fantastic too ... see Full Review 

George Frideric HANDEL (1685-1759) Admeto, Re di Tessaglia, HWV22 (1727) Marie Arnet, Kirsten Blaise (sop.), Tim Mead, Andrew Radley, David Bates (c-ten.), Wolf Matthias Friedrich (bar.), William Berger (bass), Göttingen Fest. Orch./Nicholas McGegan, rec. 2009 UNITEL CLASSICA CMAJOR DVD 702008 [181:00 + 21:00 bonus] (Blu-ray 702104) [BW]

Worth having musically – if you can abide the oddities of the production ... see Full Review

George Frideric HANDEL (1685–1759) Alexander’s Feast, The Choice of Hercules Choir of King’s College, Cambridge; English Chamber Orchestra; Academy of St Martin-in-the-Fields; Philip Ledger rec. 1974, 1978 VIRGIN CLASSICS 6285202 [148:02] [BW]

Price considerations may well lead you to prefer this to the strong competition… see Full Review 

George Frideric HANDEL (1685 - 1759) Apollo e Dafne, Concerto grosso Myrsini Margariti (soprano), Nikolay Borchev (baritone) Händelfestspielorchester/Bernhard Forck rec. 2009 AVI-MUSIC 8553200 [57:43] [JV]

Two excellent singers and a fine orchestra bring this pocket-size opera to life ... see Full Review

RECORDING OF THE MONTH George Frideric HANDEL (1685 – 1759) Giulio Cesare in Egitto (1724) Complete recording of the 1724 version. Kristina Hammarström (mezzo) – Giulio Cesare; Emanuela Galli (soprano) – Cleopatra; Mary-Ellen Nesi (mezzo) – Sesto; Irini Karaianni (mezzo) – Cornelia; Romina Basso (mezzo) – Tolomeo; Tassis Christoyannis (baritone) – Achilla; Petros Magoulas (bass) – Curio; Nikos Spanatis (bass) – Nireno; Orchestra of Patras/George Petrou rec. 24-30 July 2006, Patras, Greece Italian libretto with English translation enclosed MUSIKPRODUKTION DABRINGHAUS UND GRIMM MDG 609 1604-2 [3 CDs: 75:50 + 78:48 + 77:23] [GF]

A knock-out from the very first bars of the overture ... see Full Review

George Frideric HANDEL (1685 - 1759) Judas Maccabeus Makoto Sakurada (tenor) Ch de Chambre de Namur; Les Agremens/Leonardo Garcia Alarcon rec. 2009 AMBRONAY AMY024 [64.05 + 64.04]  [RH]

Allowing for limitations of the sung English this is a vivid and involving performance … see Full Review

George Frederic HANDEL (1685-1759) Mezzo-soprano Arias Max Emanuel Cencic (counter-tenor) I Barocchisti, Coro della Radiotelevisione Svizzera/Diego Fasolis rec. 2009 VIRGIN CLASSICS 6945740 [64:03] [J-PJ]

A box of brilliant operatic jewels ... see Full Review 

George Frideric HANDEL (1685-1759) Alexander’s Feast Gerlinde Sämann (sop.), Knut Schoch (ten.), Klaus Mertens (bass), Junge Kantorei, Frankfurt Baroque Orch./Joachim Carlos Martini, rec. 2008 NAXOS 8.572224 [79:49] [ST]

A worthy performance, but this shouldn’t be your final choice ... see Full Review

George Frideric HANDEL (1685 - 1759) Israel in Egypt Rosemary Joshua (soprano) Gerhild Romberger (alto); Kobie van Rensburg (tenor); Simon Pauly (baritone) Ch Bavarian Radio; Concerto Köln/Peter Dijkstra rec. live, 2008 BR KLASSIK 900501 [65.52 + 40.13] [RH]

Its heart is in the right place but it doesn’t quite come off ... see Full Review 

Joseph HAYDN (1732-1809) Violin Concertos Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART (1756-1791) Sinfonia Concertante Rachel Podger (violin) Pavlo Beznosiuk (viola) O Age of Enlightenment rec. 2009 CHANNEL CLASSICS CCSSA29309 [67:43] [DC]

What more can you ask...? ... see Full Review 

Joseph HAYDN (1732–1809) Complete Keyboard Sonatas - Volume 1 Geoffrey Lancaster (fortepiano) rec. 2009 TALL POPPIES TP201 [66:22] [JW]

Provocative readings. Whether you will be enchanted, provoked or infuriated is very much a matter of taste.… see Full Review 

Sir Henry Wood – Volume 1 Joseph HAYDN (1732–1809) Symphony No 94 in G major Surprise

Joseph HAYDN (1732–1809) 27 String Quartets and the Seven Last Words on the Cross Amadeus String Quartet rec. 1963-78 DEUTSCHE GRAMMOPHON 477 8116 [10 CDs] [JW]

Great riches that still work their magic on the listener… see Full Review 

Joseph HAYDN (1732–1809) Sonata in C major, Hob. XVI/48, Sonata in G major, Hob. XVI/40, Sonata in D major, Hob. XVI/19, Sonata in D major, Hob. XVI/42, Andante and variations in F minor, Hob. XVII/6 Carole Cerasi (fortepiano, clavichord) rec. 2009 METRONOME MET CD 1085 [72:52] [GP]

A thoroughly rewarding programme, superbly played on two fascinating instruments… see Full Review 

RECORDING OF THE MONTH Joseph HAYDN (1732-1809) Opera at Eszterháza: Arias - La Circe Miah Persson (soprano) Haydn Sinfonietta Wien/Manfred Huss rec. 2008/9 BIS BISSACD1811 [71.31] [MM-B]

A joy from beginning to end ... see Full Review 

Gottfried August HOMILIUS (1714–1785) Choral Works, Cantatas, Oboe Sonata Friedrich Kircheis (organ and harpsichord); Ludwig Güttler (trumpet and corno de Caccia); Andreas Lorenz (oboe); Dorothea Wagner (soprano); Cornelia Kieschnik (alto); Clemens Volkmar (tenor); Phillip Brömsel (bass) CARUS 83.236 [78:28] [JW]

Get to know Homilius elsewhere first and then sample the grave nobility and organ freedoms implicit in his Chorales.… see Full Review 

Alan HOVHANESS (1911–2000) Solos, Duos and Trios Paul Hersey (piano); Christina Fong (violin/viola); Libor Soukal (bassoon); Jiri Sestak (oboe) OGREOGRESS PRODUCTIONS DVD AUDIO 29959 [126:11] [GH]

If you are already keen on Hovhaness then this is generous and fills many a gap… see Full Review 

Charles IVES (1874–1954) Holidays Symphony – performance [55:20] and analysis. San Francisco Symphony Orchestra/Michael Tilson Thomas 16:9 widescreen format; 7.1 surround sound, 2.0 stereo. DSD/NTSC. Region 0 (all regions) AVIE/SFS MEDIA DVD 821936002490 [111:50] [BW]

An enlightening commentary on a neglected work… see Full Review

John JOUBERT (b. 1927) Symphony 1 William MATHIAS (1934-1992) Symphony 1 London PO/Vernon Handley (Joubert); Royal PO/Sir Charles Groves rec. 1969/95 LYRITA SRCD.340 [62:02] [NB]

Another marvellous disc of two fascinating symphonic firsts and a fitting reminder of the stature of two great British conductors. ... see Full Review

Paul KLETZKI (1900 - 1973) Piano Concerto, Three Preludes, Fantasie Joseph Banowetz (piano) Russian PO/Thomas Sanderling rec. 2006/7 NAXOS 8.572190 [75:12] [BBr]

This is very interesting historically, but less so musically … see Full Review 

Lev Konstantinovich KNIPPER (1898-1974) Violin Concerto No.1 (1943) [39:15] Symphony No.8 (1942) [27:19] Mikhail Krutik (violin) St. Petersburg State Academic Symphony Orchestra/Alexander Titov rec. St. Catherine Lutheran Church St. Petersburg, Russia, 1-2, 21-22 April 2009 Wartime Music - Vol.6 NORTHERN FLOWERS NF/PMA9975 [66:55] [NB]

I am glad to have had the chance to hear this. ... see Full Review

Yuri Vladimirovich KOCHUROV (1907 - 1952) Macbeth: Symphony for Large Orchestra (1940-48) [28:42] The Suvorov Overture (1944) [10:41]; Solemn March (1945) [6:45]; Heroic Aria (1942) [7:38] Olesya Petrova (mezzo); St. Petersburg State Academic Symphony Orchestra/Alexander Titov rec. 2009 Wartime Music Vol. 11 NORTHERN FLOWERS NF/PMA9981 [53:49] [NB]

An interesting byway well worth travelling ... see Full Review

Marcel LANDOWSKI (1915-1999) The Warner Landowski Edition Maurice Andre, David Wilson-Johnson, Michel Bouquet, Galina Vishnevskaya, Mstislav Rostropovich, Danilo Sanges, Catherine Dubosc, Michel Senechal, Alfred Mittenhofer, Jose Van Dam, Philippe Huttenlocher Alain Lombard, Georges Pretre, Jean Martinon, Marc Soustrot Strasbourg Philharmonic Orchestra, French National Orchestra, ORTF National Orchesta, Pays De Loire Philharmonic Orchestra Full artist details and track-listingsin review WARNER CLASSICS 2564695917 [9 CDs: c.496:00] [RB]

Resourceful and imaginative … the Landowski reputation deserves more than self-effacement. ... see Full Review

Benjamin LEES (1924-2010) String Quartets 1, 5 & 6 Cypress String Qt rec. 2002-5 NAXOS 8.559628 [62:23]  [GPu]

Excellent performances, well recorded, of the quartets of a composer better known for his symphonic works … see Full Review

Jeffrey LEWIS (b.1942) Silence of the Night Caroline MacPhie (soprano); Zheng-Yu Wu (violin); David Jones (piano) rec. 2007 MÉTIER MSV 28514 [70:37] [JW]

A refined and ‘serene’ quality … slow moving and rapt… see Full Review 

Franz LISZT (1811-1886) Symphonic Poems, transcribed August Stradal (1860-1930) - Volume 1 Les Préludes: Symphonic Poem No. 3 (1848) Heroďde Funčbre: Symphonic Poem No. 8 (1850) Die Ideale: Symphonic Poem No. 12 (1857) Risto-Matti Marin (piano) rec. 2007. TOCCATA TOCC0035 [65:15] [RB]

Adding a munificent chapter to Liszt's piano works. ... see Full Review

Franz LISZT (1811-1886) Liszt Students Play Liszt - Rare Original Piano Recordings d'Albert, Sauer, Stavenhagen, Friedheim, da Motta, Siloti, Reisenauer, Timanoff, Burmeister, Liebling, Ansorge, Lamond rec. 1905-26 PIERIAN 0039/40 [61:21 + 61:34] [JW]

An insight into Liszt’s recreative practices with his own pieces ... see Full Review 

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