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Régis CAMPO (b. 1968) Les Heures Maléfiques, Ombra Felice, Quatuor à cordes 2, The Life and Soul of His Imagined Landscape Quatuor Diotima rec. 2009 RADIO FRANCE SIGNATURE SIG11070 [64:13] [HC]

This is a most welcome and rewarding release devoted to Campo’s attractive music. 

Romeo CASCARINO (1922-2002) Blades of Grass see To the point

Erik CHISHOLM (1904-1965) Music for Piano - Volume 7: Murray McLachlan (piano) rec. 2006 DIVINE ARTS DDV24155 [68:45] [JF][RB]

We are fortunate to have such an exemplary production ... one of the most important musical discoveries and revelations of the Twenty-First Century. [JF] Rangy and gangly music quaffing deep from the authentic Caledonian aquifer. [RB]

Fryderyk CHOPIN (1810-1849) Piano Sonata No.2 in B flat minor Op.35 (1839) [23:15] Piano Sonata No.3 in B minor Op.58 (1844) [24:39] Victor Schiøler (piano) rec. 1953 FORGOTTEN RECORDS FR 496 [47:57] [JW]

It’s enjoyable to hear playing of such individuality, even if it will not necessarily garner universal appeal.

Frédéric CHOPIN (1810-1849) Cello Sonata; Introduction and polonaise brillante see SAINT-SAËNS

Fryderyk CHOPIN (1810-1849) Piano Concerto 2 see Arrau with Szell

Aaron COPLAND Fanfare for America Stella Doufexis (mezzo) Frankfurt RSO/Hugh Wolff ARTHAUS MUSIK 101573 [60:00] [KM]

A well-made documentary giving an overview of the life and works of the great American composer.

John CORIGLIANO (b.1938) Winging It: Piano Music Winging It: Improvisations, Chiaroscuro, Fantasia on an Ostinato, Kaleidoscope, Etude Fantasy Ursula Oppens & Jerome Lowenthal (piano) rec. 2010 CEDILLE RECORDS CDR 90000 123 [59:30] [Byz]

These works show considerable art and craft, technique and originality.

Carl CZERNY (1791-1857) The Sonatas for Solo Piano - vol.3 Martin Jones (piano) rec. 2008, 2009, 2010; . DDD NIMBUS NI 5872/3 [75:23 + 68:56] [Byz]

A superb addition to Martin Jones's marvellous one-man attempt to record everything unjustly neglected by other pianists.

Benjamin DALE (1885-1943) Piano Sonata, Night Fancies York BOWEN (1884-1961) Miniature Suite Danny Driver (piano) rec. 2010 HYPERION CDA67827 [65:17] [JW]

Add this to your British Piano Collection without reservation.

Claude DEBUSSY (1862-1918) Piano Music - Volume 5 2 Arabesques (1890-1) [8:56], Danse (Tarentelle styrienne) (1890) [5:09], Ballade(1890) [7:26], Valse romantique (1890) [3:22], Rêverie (1890) [5:02], Suite Bergamasque (1890-1905) [18:04], Mazurka (1890) [2:55], Nocturne (1892) [6:21], Danse bohémienne (1880) [2:08], Pour le Piano (1894-1901) [14:20] Noriko Ogawa (piano) rec. 2000 BIS-CD-1405 [75:08] [CH]

The final disc of a wonderful cycle.

Kris DEFOORT (b. 1959) The Woman who walked into doors Jacqueline Blom (actress) Claron McFadden (soprano) Dreamtime; Prometheus Ens/Etienne Siebens rec. 2006 FUGA LIBERA FUG709 [63.05 + 19.26] [CH]

A strong performance …an eclectic musical style and a rather distinctive solution to creating a music-theatre piece.

Gaetano DONIZETTI (1797 – 1848) Marino Faliero Giorgio Surian, Rachele Stanisci, Ivan Magri, Ch & O Bergamo Musica Festival Gaetano Donizetti/Bruno Cinquegrani rec. 2008 NAXOS 2.110616-17 [73:27 + 78.47] [RMK]

A pedestrian production with some disappointing singing.

Théodore DUBOIS (1837-1924) Violin Concerto Edouard LALO (1823-1892) Symphonie espagnole Frédéric Pélassy (violin) Slovak State Philharmonic Košice/Zbynek Müller rec. 2010 BNL 112964 [62:01] [JW]

Conscientious, not very graphic or gripping, lacking sparkle.

Antonín DVORÁK (1841-1904) Rusalka Kristine Opolaïs, Bavarian State Opera Ch, Bavarian State O/TomአHanus UNITEL CLASSICA 706408 [2 DVDs: 156:00 + 36:00 (documentary)] UNITEL CLASSICA C MAJOR DVD 706504 [IL][NB]

Don’t we have enough of this sordidness in real life without having our noses rubbed in it for so called entertainment? Pass. [IL] A Shabby Shocker. [NB]

Antonin DVORÁK (1873-1943) Symphony 8 Mariss Jansons see WEBER

Edward ELGAR (1857-1934) String Quartet, Piano Quintet Piers Lane (piano) Goldner String Qt rec. 2010 HYPERION CDA67857 [78:00] [JF]

Striking performances of these late masterpieces.

Sir Edward ELGAR (1857-1934) Symphonies 1 & 2, Pomp and Circumstance March 5, Sospiri, Serenade for Strings, Cockaigne Overture Philharmonia O/Bernard Haitink, City of London Sinf/Richard Hickox, London PO/Sir Adrian Boult rec. 1970-84 EMI 20TH CENTURY CLASSICS 9072212 [77:49 + 73:58] [JQ]

Thoughtful, well-considered and deeply musical accounts of Elgar’s symphonies, even if they are not first choices. 

George ENESCU (1881-1955) Piano Quartets 1 & 2 Schubert Ens Simon Blendis (violin) Douglas Paterson (viola) Jane Salmon (cello) William Howard (piano) rec. 2010/11 CHANDOS CHAN 10672 [67:00] [GD]

Involved music delivered with elegance and panache.

George ENESCU (1881-1955) Aubade see MARTINŮ

Louise FARRENC (1804-1875) Nonet Johannes BRAHMS (1833-1897) Serenade Minerva Chamber Ensemble/Kevin Geraldi rec. 2009 CENTAUR CRC 3092 [68:25] [BR]

Buy it for the curiosity of the “Brahms Nonet”; stay for the warmth and wit of Louise Farrenc.

Johann Friedrich FASCH (1688-1758) Concertos Accademia Bach Baroque O/Carlos Grubert rec. 1994 DYNAMIC DM8009 [57:15] Johann Gottlieb GRAUN (1702-1771) Recorder concerto Johann Friedrich FASCH (1688-1758) Sonatas Christoph GRAUPNER (1683-1760) Arias, Recorder concerto Collegium Pro Musica/Stefano Bagliano rec. 1994 DYNAMIC DM8015 [51:05] [JV]

Good opportunities to get acquainted with various aspects of Fasch's oeuvre, with music by two contemporaries as bonuses.

Antoine FORQUERAY (1671-1745) & Jean-Baptiste FORQUERAY (1699-1782) Pièces de Clavecin: Suites 1-5 Michael Borgstede rec. 2008 BRILLIANT CLASSICS 94108 [72.45 + 78.02] [GH]

A fine set. These are pieces to which I will certainly return.

Jean FRANÇAIX (1912-1997) String Trio see MARTINŮ

RECORDING OF THE MONTH  Cheryl FRANCES-HOAD (b.1980) The Glory Tree Nicholas Daniel (oboe) Lendvai String Trio, Ensemble na Mara, London Mozart Trio rec. 2008 CHAMPS HILL RECORDS CHRCD021 [77:00] [CR]

Refreshingly engaging and unapologetic, with a strong sense of identity and emotional depth.

Johann Joseph FUX (1660-1741) Partite a 3 Ars Antiqua Austria rec. 2010 CHALLENGE CLASSICS CC72381 [68:12] [JV]

Highly enjoyable disc with largely-ignored instrumental music by Fux.

Alexander GLAZUNOV (1865-1936) The Seasons see Russian Ballet Music

Carlo GESUALDO (1566-1613) Madrigals, Book 3 (Madrigali libro terzo, 1595) Delitiae Musicae/Marco Longhini Carmen Leoni (harpsichord)*; rec. 2008, DDD NAXOS 8.572136 [68:37] [MS]

Every bit as solid, intriguing and downright enjoyable as the other two in the series. Not to be missed.

Henryk GÓRECKI (1933-2010) Kleines Requiem für eine Polka, Lerchenmusik Harmen de Boer (clarinet) Larissa Groeneveld (cello) Reinbert de Leeuw (piano) Schönberg Ens rec. 1993 NEWTON CLASSICS 8802060 [66:59] [LW]

First-rate performances especially appealing to fans of the composer 

Percy GRAINGER (1882-1961) Lincolnshire Posy and other works see HOLST

Johann Gottlieb GRAUN (1702/3-1771) and Carl Heinrich GRAUN (1703/4-1759) Concerti Swanje Hoffman (violin) Petra Müllejans (viola, violin) Christian Beuse (bassoon) Michael Schneider (recorder) Karl Kaiser (transverse flute) Capella Academica Frankfurt/Petra Mullejans rec. 2007 CPO 777 321-2 [62:55] [PK]

Tuneful and brief and all reminiscent of contemporary Telemann.

Carl Heinrich GRAUN (1703-1759) Montezuma Soloists, Kammerchor Cantica Nova, Deutsche Kammerakademie/Johannes Goritzki rec. 1992 CAPRICCIO 7085 [71:09 + 64:54] [BW]

Specialists will welcome this recording, but most listeners will have higher priorities.

Johann Gottlieb GRAUN (1702-1771) Recorder concerto see FASCH

Christoph GRAUPNER (1683-1760) Arias, Recorder concerto see FASCH

Ernesto HALFFTER (1905-1989) The Piano Music Martin Jones (piano) *Adrian Farmer (piano) rec. Wyastone, Monmouth, Wales, 29-30 November 2006 and 14 May 2007. DDD NIMBUS NI 5849 [79:23] [Byz]

For all fans of attractive, passionate Spanish music this is an ideal disc with which to impress friends.

Rodolfo HALFFTER (1900-1987) Chamber Music Vol. 2 Madrid Community O soloists rec. 2010 NAXOS 8.572419 [68:17] [Byz]

Colour and interest attesting to the imagination of a musical moderate.

George Frideric HANDEL (1685 – 1759) Messiah Lynne Dawson (soprano) Hilary Summers (alto) John Mark Ainsley (tenor) Alistair Miles (bass) Ch of King's Coll, Cambridge Brandenburg Cons/Stephen Cleobury rec. 1993 BRILLIANT CLASSICS 94127 [64.40 + 69.37; 136.00 (2CD+DVD)] [RH]

Return to this with pleasure.

George Frideric HANDEL (1685–1759) Orlando Patricia Bardon (mezzo) Rosa Mannion (soprano) Harry van der Kamp (bass) Les Arts Florissants/William Christie rec. 1996 WARNER CLASSICS 2564 67743-0 [3 CDs: 65:00 + 51:34 + 52:13] [GF]

I was deeply impressed by William Christie and his colleagues and at Warner’s new price it’s worth anyone’s money.

George Frideric HANDEL (1685-1759) Ariodante Joyce DiDonato, Matthew Brook, Karina Gauvin, Topi Lehtipuu, Il Complesso Barocco/Alan Curtis rec. 2010 VIRGIN CLASSICS 0708442 [3 CDs: 192:59] [JW]

This new set has real advantages.

Jonathan HARVEY (b. 1939) The Angels, Ashes Dance Back, Marahi, The Summer’s Cloud’s awakening Jonathan Harvey (electronics) Latvian Radio Ch/James Wood, Kaspars Putnins rec. 2005/8 HYPERION CDA67835 [63.43] [GH]

There are some significant and fascinating pieces here. The recording is ideal and the performances committed and, seemingly, flawless. 

Franz Josef HAYDN (1732-1809) Salve Regina Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART (1756-1791) Coronation Mass London Mozart Players/Harry Blech rec. 1953/4 FORGOTTEN RECORDS FR390 [46:42] [CC]

This is a tremendous coupling. The very name “London Mozart Players” will, I am sure, conjure up fond memories for many users of this site.

Franz Joseph HAYDN (1732-1809) Symphony 85 Franz SCHUBERT (1797-1828) Symphonies 3 & 5 Nordwestdeutsche Philharmonie, Hamburg CO/Georg Ludwig Jochum rec. 1954/9 FORGOTTEN RECORDS FR531 [68:11] [CH]

I certainly didn’t get the impression that the Jochum brothers’ reputations should be reversed. But it’s quite an enjoyable peep into the past.

Joseph HAYDN (1732-1809) Symphony 98 Anton BRUCKNER (1824-1896) Symphony 7 Boston SO/Charles Munch rec. 1958/60 ICA CLASSICS ICAD5028 [82:32] [CH]

The Haydn is mainly cherishable. The Bruckner sounds as it were chosen deliberately to harm Munch’s reputation.

Jennifer HIGDON (b.1962) To the Point, for string orchestra see To the point

Josef HOLBROOKE (1878–1958) Violin Sonata No. 1 Sonatina Op. 6a (1890s) [19:38] Horn Trio in D (original version), Op. 28 (c.1906) [27:05] Violin Concerto The Grasshopper (Violin Sonata No. 2), Op. 59 (1909-1916) [25:13] Mezzo-Tints: L'Extase (version for violin and piano) Op. 55 No. 2 (1913) [3:02] Kerenza Peacock (violin); Mark Smith (horn); Robert Stevenson (piano) rec. 2011 NAXOS 8.572649 [74:58] [JF][RB]

Naxos has to be congratulated on this excellent CD. [JF] Sympathy, sensitivity, skill and enthusiasm in music that will gratify and surprise.[RB]

British Music for Concert Band Gustav HOLST (1874-1934) First & second suites Ralph Vaughan WILLIAMS (1872-1958) English Folk Song Suite Percy GRAINGER (1882-1961) Lincolnshire Posy and other works Royal Air Force Central Band/Wing Commander Eric Banks REGIS RRC 1326 [71:30] [EM]

This disc does little credit to the performers or the music.

Stephen HOUGH (b.1951) Other Love Songs see BRAHMS

Johann Nepomuk HUMMEL (1778-1837) At the Opera: Variations, Grand Fantasia & Potpourris Madoka Inui (piano) rec. 2011 NAXOS 8.572736 [76.03] [RH]

A charming recital. 

Engelbert HUMPERDINCK (1854-1921) Hänsel und Gretel Hans PFITZNER (1869-1949) Das Käthchen von Heilbronn – Overture Richard WAGNER (1813-1833) Rienzi – Overture Rita Streich(soprano) Gisela Litz (mezzo) Elizabeth Schwarzkopf (soprano) Hermann Prey (baritone) Bavarian Radio Ch; Philharmonia O/Sir Charles Mackerras; Bielfelder Kinderchor; North German RO/Wilhelm Schüchter; Munich PO/Bamberg SO/Bavarian RSO/Fritz Lehmann rec. 1952-1957 MAGDALEN METCD 8003 [71:38+74:37] [JS]

A set well worth considering, as much for the extras as for the main work.

John IRELAND (1879-1962) & Grayston IVES (b.1948) Organ works Myles Hartley (organ) rec. 2010 PRIORY PRCD1054 [72:12] [Byz]

Inventive and melodic, expressive and thoughtful. 

Grayston IVES (b.1948) Organ works see IRELAND

Joseph JOACHIM (1831-1907) Hamlet Overture see Inspired by Shakespeare and Hamlet

John JOUBERT (b. 1927) Symphony 2 William ALWYN (1905-1985) The Fairy Fiddler Carlo MARTELLI (b.1935) Symphony Royal Scottish Ntl O/Martin Yates rec. 2011 DUTTON EPOCH CDLX7270 [71:10] [JF]

Enthusiasts will be hugely excited by this release.

Mieczyslaw KARLOWICZ (1876-1909) Rebirth Symphony, The White Dove Warsaw PO/Antoni Wit rec. 2009 NAXOS 8.572487 [62:32] [WH]

A new name? Don’t hesitate: these are wonderfully satisfying performances of striking music.

ARAM KHATCHATURIAN (1903-1978) Violin Concerto Béla BARTÓK (1881-1945) Rhapsodies 1 & 2 Devy Erlih (violin) O des Cento Soli/Serge Baudo, Karel Husa rec. 1953/1956 FORGOTTEN RECORDS FR 449 [60:07] [JW]

Ungimmicky, direct and free of egocentricity.

Aram KHACHATURIAN (1903-1978) Spartacus and Gayaneh see Russian Ballet Music

Friedrich KUHLAU (1786-1832) William Shakespeare Overture see Inspired by Shakespeare and Hamlet

Edouard LALO (1823-1892) Symphonie espagnole see DUBOIS

Jean Xavier LEFÈVRE (1763-1829) A Revolutionary Tutor: Clarinet Sonatas Vol. 2 Colin Lawson (clarinet) Sebastian Comberti (cello) rec. 2010 CLARINET CLASSICS CC0058 [74:36] [Byz]

Lovely melody, elegance, wistfulness, restraint and humour in abundance. 


RECORDING OF THE MONTH

Giovanni LEGRENZI (1626-1690) Sonatas see ROSENMÜLLER

Kenneth LEIGHTON (1929-1988) & James MacMILLAN (b. 1959) Invocation - Choral music Birmingham Conservatoire Chamber Ch/Paul Spicer rec. 2010 REGENT REGCD348 [74:56] [JQ]

This splendidly recorded disc is another feather in the caps of Birmingham Conservatoire and of Regent. More please!

RECORDING OF THE MONTH Denis LEVAILLANT (b.1952) La Petite Danseuse de Degas Ballet & O de l’Opéra National de Paris/Koen Kessels EUROARTS 108 026 [112:00; Interviews: 20:00] [IL]

An inspired and visually ravishing creation. This ballet deserves to go from success to success.

BARGAIN OF THE MONTH  Franz LISZT (1811-1886) A Faust Symphony Charles Bressler (tenor) Choral Art Society, New York PO/Leonard Bernstein rec. 1964 SONY 88697 857572 [71:10] [IL]

White heat roller-coaster thrills.

RECORDING OF THE MONTH Franz LISZT (1811-1886) Harmonies du soir Nelson Freire (piano) rec. 2011 DECCA 478 2728 [56.09] [RBe]

An absolutely superlative recital.

BARGAIN OF THE MONTH Franz LISZT (1811-1886) Faust & Dante symphonies, Dante Symphony, Dante sonata, Piano sonata, Hungarian Rhapsody 2, Verdi Paraphrases Plácido Domingo, Berlin PO/Daniel Barenboim (piano) rec. 1985-98 WARNER CLASSICS 2564 67440-3 [3 CDs: 211:26] [MC]

Barenboim and Liszt make a perfect combination making this a desirable Warner Classics box set. 

Franz LISZT (1811-1886) Fantasie and Fugue, Sonata Garrick Ohlsson (piano) rec. 2009 BRIDGE RECORDS 9337 [61:20] [DC]

A respected alternative rather than first choice, but still worth considering.

Franz LISZT (1810-1886) Hungarian Rhapsody10, Ballade 2, Sonata in B minor Nino Gvetadze (piano) rec. 2011 ORCHID CLASSICS ORC100017 [56.29] [RBe]

A first rate recital.

Franz LISZT (1811-1886) Via Crucis (1878-9) [42:44] Variations on Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen (arr. for organ 1863) [17:29]* Les Morts – Oraison (1860) [10:33] Choeur Sacrum/Andris Veismanis *Vincent Genvrin (organ) rec. Riga Cathedral, Lithuania, 26 February 1994 HORTUS 901 [71:05] [PB-W]

Outstanding … unanimous in attack, wonderful in tone, and secure in intonation.

Franz LISZT (1811-1886) Après une lecture du Dante: fantasia quasi sonata, Ballade 2, Mazeppa, Funérailles, Isolde’s Liebestod (Wagner) Lise de la Salle (piano) rec. 2011 NAÏVE V 5267 [77.00] [RBe]

World class playing.

Franz LISZT (1811 – 1886) Original Works and transcriptions Michele Campanella (piano) rec. 1988 – 2005 Full listing at end of review BRILLIANT CLASSICS 94147 [6 CDs: 366:10] [NB]

A very fine musician’s continuing exploration of the works of one of the great pianist-composers.

Franz LISZT (1811-1886) Piano Concerto No.2 see KATZ

Franz LISZT (1811-1886) Hamlet see Inspired by Shakespeare and Hamlet

Franz LISZT (1811-1886) Piano Concerto 2 see Arrau with Szell


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