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RECORDING OF THE MONTH Sven-David SANDSTRÖM (b. 1942) Messiah Festivalensemble Stuttgart/Helmuth Rilling rec. live, 2009 CARUS 83.453 [36:06 + 54:15] [GF]

One of the finest large-scale choral works during the whole post-war era … see Full Review 

Vladimir SCHERBACHOV (1889-1952) Symphony No.5 (1940-1950) [42:05] The Tobacco Captain, a suite (1942) [21:44] St. Petersburg State Academic Symphony Orchestra/Alexander Titov rec. St.Catherine Lutheran Church, St. Petersburg, 4-6 September 2008. Stereo. DDD NORTHERN FLOWERS NF/PMA 9970 [63:49] [GD]

A fine recording and an excellent introduction to Scherbachov ... see Full Review

Arnold SCHOENBERG (1874–1951) Phantasy see Fantasy

Paul SCHOENFIELD (b. 1947) Camp Songs (2001) [25:41] Ghetto Songs (2008) [24:19] Gerard SCHWARZ (b. 1947) Rudolf and Jeanette (2007) [15:00] Music of Remembrance/Gerard Schwarz rec. 2008 NAXOS AMERICAN CLASSICS 8.559641 [65:05] [DM]

A little off the beaten track perhaps but it’s certainly worth the detour ... see Full Review 

Franz SCHUBERT (1797–1828) Piano Quintet in A, Piano Trio No.1 in B-flat The Schubert Ensemble rec. 2003 CHAMPS HILL RECORDS CHRCD007 [73:00] [BW]

Good performances, well recorded, but the competition is very strong… see Full Review 

BARGAIN OF THE MONTH Franz SCHUBERT (1797-1828) Die schöne Müllerin Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (baritone); Gerald Moore (piano) rec. 1961 EMI CLASSICS 9659402 [62:30] [KM]

Perhaps the best recording of this work, available in a new edition ... see Full Review 

Franz SCHUBERT (1797-1828) Die schöne Müllerin ORCHID CLASSICS ORC100006 [65:32] [KM]

A mixed recording of this fine song cycle. Gilchrist’s tenor voice doesn’t fit with all the songs ... see Full Review

Franz SCHUBERT (1797–1828) Winterreise , Die Schöne Müllerin Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (baritone); Alfred Brendel (piano); András Schiff (piano) rec. 1979 (Winterreise), 1991 (Die Schöne Müllerin) ARTHAUS MUSIC 101 509 [2DVD] [KM]

A set of two DVDs, one excellent, the other so-so, but still necessary for fans of Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau and Schubert’s lieder… see Full Review 

Franz SCHUBERT (1797-1828) Essential Highlights of Jorma Hynninen Jorma Hynninen (bar.), Ralf Gothóni (pno), rec. 1988 ONDINE ODE253-2D [64:44 + 72:21] [RMo]

Hynninen’s artistry at least on a par with, if not superior to Fischer-Dieskau and Bostridge ... see Full Review

Franz SCHUBERT (1797-1828) Schubert Live - Volume Three Twelve German Dances for piano, Sonata for piano in A minor, Hungarian melody for piano in B minor, Sonata for piano in C major, "Reliquie", Four Impromptus for piano, Sonata for piano in B flat major, Allegretto for piano in C minor, Imogen Cooper (piano) rec. 2008/9 AVIE AV2158 [64:13 + 74:40] [MS]

A superb and persuasive set of live recordings of some of Schubert's most compelling late piano music played almost to perfection by one of his most accomplished advocates. … see Full Review

Franz SCHUBERT (1797-1828) Piano Sonatas C min., A, B flat Alfredo Perl (pno), rec. 2005-6 CELESTIAL HARMONIES 14304-2 [69:16 + 44:29] [KM]

A mixed bag: sometimes heavy-handed, sometimes poetic. … see Full Review

Franz SCHUBERT (1797–1828) Fantasie, Sei mir Gegrüsst! see Fantasy

Erwin SCHULHOFF (1894–1942) Music for String Quartet String Quartet No. 1, Five Pieces, String Quartet No. 2 Aviv Quartet rec. 2008 NAXOS 8.570965 [51:02] [JW]

Warmly recorded traversals, well played and communicative… see Full Review 

Robert SCHUMANN (1810-1856) Piano Concerto Edvard GRIEG (1843-1907) Piano Concerto Pascal Devoyon (pno), LPO/Jerzy Maksymiuk, rec. 1990 CLASSICS FOR PLEASURE 2283682 [62:54] [SV]

One of the more readily recommendable versions of this popular coupling … see Full Review

Robert SCHUMANN (1810–1856) Complete Works for Pedal Piano/Organ Andreas Rothkopf (organ) rec. 1987 AUDITE 97.411 [61:56] [GD]

What a shame that Schumann did not write more music for the organ or the pedal piano given the quality of what is on offer here.… see Full Review 

Heinrich SCHÜTZ (1585-1672) Musikalische Exequien SWV 279-281, Psalm 51 SWV148 “Erbarm dich mein”, Psalm 6 SWV 24 “Ach Herr, straf mich nicht”, Psalm 143 SWV 248 “Herr mein Gebet”, Psalm 130 SWV 25 “Aus der Tiefe”, Psalm 102 SWV 200 “Hör mein Gebet” Weser-Renaissance Bremen/Manfred Cordes 2008 CPO 777 410-2 [63:64] [GD]

Nothing but praise for the performance and the recording ... see Full Review 

Rodion Konstantinovich SHCHEDRIN (b.1932) Concerto for Orchestra No.4 Khorovody (Roundelays) Concerto for Orchestra No.5 Four Russian Songs Kristallene Gusli (Crystal Psaltery) Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra/Kirill Karabits rec. 2009
NAXOS 8.572405
[58:51] [NB]

One of Naxos’ best and most important releases of music by a living composer bar none ... see Full Review

Dmitri SHOSTAKOVICH (1906 – 1975) Complete Works for Two Pianos Piotr Laul and Alexander Sandler (pianos) rec. 2005/2006 NORTHERN FLOWERS NF/PMA9941 [69:50] [NB]

A very recommendable disc with idiomatic and compelling performances ... see Full Review

Dmitri SHOSTAKOVICH (1906-1975) Symphonies 5-7 Philadelphia O, NBC SO/Leopold Stokowski rec. 1939-42 MUSIC & ARTS CD1232 [79:40 + 73:26] [JW]

Essential for Stokowskians: underline the essential ... see Full Review 

Dmitri SHOSTAKOVICH (1906 - 1975) Symphony 7 St Petersburg SO/Yuri Temirkanov, rec. 2008 SIGNUM CLASSICS SIGCD194 [71:44] [DC]

Not a first choice, unfortunately. ... see Full Review

Dmitri SHOSTAKOVICH (1906-1975) Symphony No. 11 in G minor, Op. 103, “The Year 1905” (1957) Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra/Mark Wigglesworth rec. 2006 BIS BIS-SACD-1583 [63:41] [WH]

A magnificently cogent reading of a frequently misunderstood modern masterpiece … see Full Review

Francesco SPINACINO (c.1450-after 1507) Intabulature de Lauto Massimo Marchese (lute) rec. 2005 TACTUS TC 451901 [61:24] [GP]

Music of both aesthetic and historical interest, well played… see Full Review 

Louis SPOHR (1784-1859) Concertantes 1 & 2, Violin Duet in G Henning Kraggerud, Øyvind Bjorå (violin), Oslo Camerata & Barratt Due Ch. O/Stephan Barratt-Due, rec. 2008 NAXOS 8.570840 [57:02] [JW]

Sprucely performed, notably well played and recorded ... see Full Review

RECORDING OF THE MONTH Richard STRAUSS (1864–1949) Ein Heldenleben Anton WEBERN (1883-1945) Im Sommerwind Chicago SO/Bernard Haitink rec. 2009. DSD CSO-RESOUND CSOR 901 1004 [62:32] [JQ]

A magnificent CD, including as fine a CD version of Ein Heldenleben as I can recall ... see Full Review

Igor STRAVINSKY (1882-1971) The Rite of Spring (1911-1913) Silvestre REVUELTAS (1899-1940) La noche de los mayas (1939) Simón Bolívar Youth Orchestra of Venezuela/Gustavo Dudamel rec. 2010, DEUTSCHE GRAMMOPHON 477 8775 [63:56] [DM]

Not a life-changing Rite, but the Revueltas is a terrific filler. Great fun. ... see Full Review

Igor STRAVINSKY (1882-1971) Violin Concerto in D see Berg

Igor STRAVINSKY (1882-1971) Three Pieces see DEBUSSY

Josef SUK (1874-1935) Asrael Symphony, A Summer’s Tale Royal Liverpool PO/Libor Pešek rec. 1990 VIRGIN CLASSICS 6285302 [62:09 + 51:56] [GD]

A commendable release ... see Full Review 

Josef SUK (1874-1935) Chamber Works Piano Trio Op. 2 ; Piano Quartet Op. 1; Ballade and Serenade Op. 3; Four Pieces for Violin and piano Op. 17; Elegy for Piano Trio Op. 23 Atos Trio (Annette von Hehn (violin); Stefan Geinemeyer (cello); Thomas Hoppe (piano); Martin von de Nahmer (viola) rec. 2008. CPO 777 470-2 [73.15] [GH]

The performances are excellent … music which deserves and here receives fine renditions ... see Full Review

Josef SUK (1874-1935) Pohádka see DVOŘÁK

Pierre TABART (1645–c.1699) Te Deum; Magnificat; Requiem see TUBERY

Sergey Ivanovich TANEYEV (1856 – 1915) Symphony No.2 in B flat major (edited/completed: Vladimir Blok); Symphony No.4 in C minor Op.12 Novosibirsk Academic Symphony Orchestra, Thomas Sanderling rec. 2008 NAXOS 8.572067 [78:22] [NB]Convincing and colourful performances that will bring pleasure to those interested in the byways of 19th century Russian symphonic repertoire ... see Full Review 

Sergey TANEYEV (1856-1915) Complete String Quartets - Volume 1 String Quartet no.1 in B flat minor Op.4 (1890) [32:38] String Quartet no.4 in A minor Op.11 (1900) [37:44] The Taneyev Quartet rec. 1977, NORTHERN FLOWERS NF/PMA 9933 [70:22] [GD]

The Taneyev Quartet really have their fingers on the pulse and the quality of these readings fully justifies their reissue ... see Full Review

Sergey TANEYEV (1856-1915) Complete String Quartets - Volume 3 String Quartet no.3 in D minor Op.7 (1896) [26:43] String Quartet no.8 in C major (1883) [39:17] The Taneyev Quartet rec. 1977, 1979, NORTHERN FLOWERS NF/PMA 9935 [66:00] [GD]

Performances as committed as ever but somewhat short of ideal. ... see Full Review

Sergey TANEYEV (1856-1915) Complete String Quartets - Volume 4 String Quartet no.6 in B flat Major Op.19 (1905) [36:30] String Quartet no.9 in A Major (1883) [34:37] The Taneyev Quartet rec. 1977, 1979, St. Petersburg Recording Studio. ADD. Stereo NORTHERN FLOWERS NF/PMA 9936 [71:07] [GD]

A worthy inclusion in the cycle, but not in any sense exceptional ... see Full Review

Sergey TANEYEV (1856-1915) Complete String Quartets - Volume 5 String Quartet no.2 in C Major Op.5 (1895) The Taneyev Quartet rec. 1979, St. Petersburg Recording Studio. ADD. Stereo NORTHERN FLOWERS NF/PMA 9937 [41:03] [GD]

Passion and drama from the Taneyev Quartet. We owe a huge debt of gratitude to the Northern Flowers label ... see Full Review

Sergei Ivanovich TANEYEV (1856-1915) CD 1 String Quintet in G major, Op. 14 (1901) String Quintet in C Major, Op. 16 (1904) CD 2 Piano Quintet in G minor, Op.30 (1911) The S. I. Taneyev Quartet (Vladimir Ovcharek (violin I), Vissarion Solovyev (violin II), Grigory Lutzky (viola), Josef Levinzon (cello)); Yuri Kramarov (viola) (op.16); Beynus Morozov (cello) (op.14); Tamara Fidler (piano) (op.30) rec. 1980-1981 (CD 1) 1968 (CD 2). ADD NORTHERN FLOWERS NF/PMA 9944/9945 [79:01 + 48:14] [WK]

For many Taneyev without the Taneyev Quartet is hard to imagine … see Full Review

Sergei TANEYEV (1856-1915) Violin Sonata (1911) [23:24] ¹ Piano Quartet Op.20 (1906) [36:51] ² Vladimir Ovcharek (violin); Tamara Fidler (piano) ¹ Vladimir Ovcharek (violin); Vladimir Stopichev (viola); Iosif Levinson (cello); Eliso Virsaladze (piano) ² rec. 1980 (Sonata) and 1987 (Quartet), St Petersburg Recording Studio NORTHERN FLOWERS NF/PMA 9962 [60:15] [JW]

Ovcharek is a touch cooler than Feigin ... see Full Review

Leonard Bernstein Conducts Pyotr Ilyich TCHAIKOVSKY (1840–1893) Symphony No. 4 in F minor

Nathan Milstein Rarities Pyotr Ilyich TCHAIKOVSKY (1840–1893) Violin Concerto in D

Boris TCHAIKOVSKY (1925 – 1996) Violin Concerto (1969) Victor Pikaizen (violin) Odense Symphony Orchestra/Edward Serov rec. 1994 NORTHERN FLOWERS NF/PMA 9946 [44:13] [HC]

A great piece that definitely deserves to be better known … see Full Review

Peter Ilyich TCHAIKOVSKY (1840-1893) The Nutcracker, Op. 71 USSR State Symphony Orchestra/Evgeny Svetlanov rec. 1988 MELODIYA MEL CD 10 00409 [48:17 + 43:15] [SFV]

Passages of refinement and real insight alternate with coarse ones, which makes for frustrating listening ... see Full Review 

Pyotr Il'yich TCHAIKOVSKY (1840-1893) Swan Lake ballet Russian National Orchestra / Mikhail Pletnev rec. 2009 ONDINE ODE 1167-2D [78:44 + 64:08] [RM]

Pletnev - somewhat hard-driven ... see Full Review 

Pyotr Ilyich TCHAIKOVSKY (1840-1893) Violin Concerto see Berg

Pyotr Ilyich TCHAIKOVSKY (1840-1893) Piano Trio see GLINKA

Virgil THOMSON (1896-1989) The Mother of Us All Suite Johannes BRAHMS (1833-1897) Symphony 2 Emmanuel CHABRIER (1841-1894) Marche Joyeuse New York PO/Leopold Stokowski rec. live 1950 PRISTINE AUDIO PASC215 [57:29] [BBr]

The old magician has done it again … see Full Review

Boris Ivanovich TISCHENKO (b.1939) Symphony No.6 for soprano, contralto and orchestra (1988) [55:11] Valentina Yuzvenko (soprano); Elena Rubin (contralto); Symphony Orchestra of the USSR Ministry of Culture/Gennady Rozhdestvensky rec. 1989 NORTHERN FLOWERS NF/PMA9947 [55:11] [NB]

An important and significant work by a strongly individual composer ... see Full Review

Verdi: Otello Giuseppe VERDI (1813–1901) Otello Otello – Aleksandrs Antonenko (tenor); Desdemona – Marina Poplavskaya (soprano); Iago – Carlos Álvarez (baritone); Wiener Staatsopernchor; Salzburger Festspiele Kinderchor Vienna Philharmonic/Riccardo Muti rec. 2008 UNITEL 701408 [163:0] [ST]

The Solti ROH DVD is still the Otello to go for.… see Full Review 

Giuseppe VERDI (1813-1901) Nabucco Matteo Manuguerra (baritone) Nicolai Ghiaurov (bass) Renata Scotto (soprano) Ambrosian Opera Ch; Philharmonia O/Riccardo Muti rec. 1977/8 EMI CLASSICS 4564472 [58:16 + 65:08] [RMo]

Muti’s set delivers great pleasures ... see Full Review 

Giuseppe VERDI (1813-1901) Otello Mirella Freni (sop.), Stefania Malagú (mezzo), Jon Vickers, Aldo Bottion, Michel Senéchal (ten.), Peter Glossop (bar.), José Van Dam (bass-baritone), Berlin PO, Deutschen Oper Chor. Berlin/Herbert Von Karajan, rec. 1973 EMI CLASSICS 456450 2 [65.01 + 71.11 + CD-ROM] [RJF]

This is a performance that is better seen than heard. ... see Full Review

Heitor VILLA-LOBOS (1887–1959) Piano Concerto No. 1 see Albeniz

Antonio VIVALDI (1678-1741) Oboe concertos Tomaso ALBINONI (1671-1751) Oboe concertos Paul Goodwin (oboe) The King’s Consort/Robert King rec. 1990 HYPERION HELIOS CDH55349 [69:33] [JW]

Warmly textured and vested with much lyric intensity ... see Full Review 

Autour de Vivaldi Ensemble Guidantus, rec. 2009 SOLSTICE SOCD 257 [62:01] [JV]

The music on this disc is really good stuff, but the performances are disappointing ... see Full Review

Richard WAGNER (1813-1883) Der Fliegende Holländer(Original Dresden version) (1843) Adam, Silja, Talvela, Kozub, Burmeister, Unger, BBC Chorus; New Philharmonia Orchestra/Otto Klemperer 1968 EMI CLASSICS 4 56470 2 [75:58 + 76:09] [ST]

Good but the singing from the two leads is too variable to make this a serious contender ... see Full Review 

Richard WAGNER (1813-1883) Götterdämmerung (Twilight of the Gods) Katarina Dalayman (soprano) – Brünnhilde Lars Cleveman (tenor) – Siegfried Attila Jun (bass) – Hagen Hallé Choir; BBC Symphony Chorus; London Symphony Chorus; The Royal Opera Chorus The Hallé Orchestra/Sir Mark Elder rec. 2009. DDD. Libretto and English translation included on both versions as a pdf document. HALLÉ CDHLD7525 [5 CDs] or CDHLM7530 (mp3 edition, 320kbps) [1CD 284:04] [DH]

Hallé musicians radiate talent and dedication in achieving such luminous, transparent playing. ... see Full Review

Richard WAGNER (1813-1883) Götterdämmerung Astrid Varnay, Wolfgang Windgassen, Bayreuth Festival Ch & O/Clemens Krauss rec. live, 1953 PRISTINE AUDIO PACO042A/B [4CDs: 4:19:53]  [RMo]

A splendid achievement ... see Full Review 

Richard WAGNER (1813-1883) Lohengrin (1848) [217:17] Lohengrin – Jess Thomas (tenor) Elsa von Brabant – Elisabeth Grümmer (soprano) Ortrud – Christa Ludwig (mezzo) Friedrich von Telramund – Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (baritone) King Heinrich – Gottlob Frick (bass) Herald – Otto Wiener (baritone) Chor der Wiener Staatsoper Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra/Rudolf Kempe rec. 1962-3, EMI CLASSICS 4 56465 2 [3 CDs: 72:02 + 77:10 + 68:05] [ST]

A glorious reading becomes all the more appealing in its newest incarnation ... see Full Review

Richard WAGNER (1818-1883) Parsifal - an Orchestral Quest (arr. 1993 by Henk de Vlieger (b.1953)), Overture and Venusberg Ballet Scene from Tannhäuser, Prelude to Act III of Lohengrin RSNO/Järvi rec. 2009 CHANDOS CHSA 5077 [69:38] [ST]

Worth exploring for novelty value ... see Full Review 

Richard WAGNER (1813-1883) Excerpts from Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg, Götterdämmerung, Tristan und Isolde Staatskapelle Berlin, Cologne Radio Orch./Hans Knappertsbusch, rec. 1953, 1959 DYNAMIC IDIS 6569 [63:17] [BR]

A titan of Wagner interpretation, live in concert with mostly excellent results…see Full Review

Carl Maria von WEBER (1786-1826) Overtures, Bassoon concerto Henri Helaerts (bassoon) Suisse Romande O/Ernest Ansermet rec. 1958/68 DECCA ELOQUENCE 480 0123 [68:35] [SV]

This disc, at least for now, merits a firm recommendation … see Full Review 

Christopher WRIGHT (b.1954) Evocation: String and Orchestral Music Maxwell Spiers (cor anglais); John Turner (treble recorder) Royal Ballet Sinfonia/Barry Wordsworth; Royal Ballet Sinfonia/Gavin Sutherland; Manchester Sinfonia/Christopher Wright rec. 2007, 2009 DUTTON EPOCH CDLX 7240 [64:11] [GH]

Sparkle, rhythmic élan and a certain jazzy quality. Also very much in the English Pastoral tradition… see Full Review 

Eugène YSAŸE (1858–1931) String Trios Tor Johan Bøen (violin); Anders Nilsson (violin); Are Sandbakken (viola); Juliet Jopling (viola); Johannes Martens (cello) rec. 2007, 2008 SIMAX PSC 1295 [69:56] [DC]

Fascinating, intense and complex.… see Full Review 

Judith Lang ZAIMONT (b.1945) Chroma - Northern Lights, Symphony 2, STILLNESS Slovak Ntl SO/Kirk Trevor rec. 2008 NAXOS 8.559619 [52:26] [BBr]

A composer who can think her own thoughts … see Full Review 

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