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RECORDING OF THE MONTH Camille SAINT-SAËNS (1835-1921) Piano Concerto 2 Maurice RAVEL (1875-1937) Piano Concerto George GERSHWIN (1898-1937) Rhapsody in Blue Benjamin Grosvenor (piano) Royal Liverpool PO/James Judd rec. 2012 DECCA 478 3527 [65:45] [JQ]

A thoroughly entertaining disc. Enjoy!

Camille SAINT-SAËNS (1835-1921) La Muse et le Poète, Cello Concerto 1, Symphony 1 Augustin Dumay (violin) Pavel Gomziakov (cello) Kansai PO/Sachio Fujioka rec. 2011 ONYX 4091 [64:13]  [Byz]

A fine CD, ideally suited to the recollection of summer past. 

Domenico SCARLATTI (1685-1757) The Complete Sonatas MP3 Edition Richard Lester (harpsichord, fortepiano, organ) rec. 2001-2006 ; DDD Contains mp3 files at 320 kbs NIMBUS NI1719 [9 mp3 CDs: 41:00:00] [BW, KM] NOTE: These sets cannot be played on a normal CD player. You will need one of the following: a computer; a portable MP3 device (like an iPod, but not limited to iPods) a DVD player; or the latest generation of in-car disc players.

A notable bargain – but take it in small doses. [BW] Sometimes you get what you pay for; the poor sound of this set isn’t compensated for by its bargain price. [KM]

Johann Hermann SCHEIN (1586-1630) Israelsbrunnlein Dresdner Kammerchor/Hans-Christoph Rademann rec. 2000/12 CARUS 83.350 [47.07 + 47.25] [RH]

Performances of great charm. 

Alfred SCHNITTKE (1934-1998) Piano quintet, Piano quartet, Piano trio, Piano Concerto 2 Maria Lettberg & Ewa Kupiec (pianos) Petersen Qt, Berlin RSO/Frank Strobel rec. 2008/9 CRYSTAL CLASSICS N 67083 [72:38] [Byz]

Schnittke is well known for his so-called polystylism but the salient aspects here are atonality and a sombre mien. 

Alfred SCHNITTKE (1934-1998) Suite in the Old Style see PROKOFIEV

Arnold SCHOENBERG (1874-1951) Verklärte Nacht Antonín DVOŘÁK (1841-1904) String Sextet Talich Quartet, Jiri Jajnar, Vaclav Bernasek rec. 1989 PHAIA PHU011 [60:50] [RMo]

I doubt whether anyone will be disappointed in these sextets, beautifully played as they are here.

Franz SCHUBERT (1797-1828) Symphonies 3 & 5 Basel SO/Dennis Russell Davies rec. 2011/2 SINFONIEORCHESTER BASEL SOB01 [50:28] [MC]

Vigorous and polished accounts from these excellent Schubert advocates. 

Franz SCHUBERT (1797-1828) Symphonies 8 & 9 Staatskapelle Dresden/Herbert Blomstedt rec.1978/81 BERLIN CLASSICS ETERNA 0300349BC [77:42] [GA]

Excellent Schubert performances. 

Franz SCHUBERT (1797-1828) Piano Quintet, Adagio and Rondo concertante Peter Rösel (piano) Gewandhaus Qt Leipzig rec. 1986 BERLIN CLASSICS ETERNA EDITION 0300377BC [48:33] [MC]

Straightforward and compelling … highly appealing. 

Franz SCHUBERT (1797-1828) String Quartets 13 & 14 Doric String Quartet rec. 12 CHANDOS CHAN 10737 [73:55] [MC]

Exceptional accounts; superior to most. Playing of genuine gravitas.

Franz SCHUBERT (1797-1828) Piano Trio, Violin Sonata Beethoven-Trio rec. 1971/72 BERLIN CLASSICS ETERNA EDITION 0300376BC [62:20] [MC]

Worthy to stand alongside the finest accounts without displacing them.  

Franz SCHUBERT (1797-1828) Winterreise Maarten Koningsberger (baritone) Roger Braun (piano) rec. 2002 QUINTONE Q11003 [73:30] [GF]

Koningsberger’s is a perfectly valid reading, worth anyone’s money. 

Franz SCHUBERT (1797-1828) Lieder Heinrich Schlusnus (baritone) Franz Rupp, Sebastian Peschko (piano) rec. 1927 – 1943. ADD NIMBUS PRIMA VOCE NI7883 [77:20] [RMo]

A master-class in the Lieder-singer’s art.

Franz SCHUBERT (1797-1828) Impromptus see BACH


RECORDING OF THE MONTH

Erwin SCHULHOFF (1894-1942) String Quartet 1 see SIBELIUS

Erwin SCHULHOFF (1894 - 1942) Five Pieces for String Quartet see VASKS

Robert SCHUMANN (1810-1856) Piano Concerto Ludwig van BEETHOVEN (1770-1827) Eroica Variations, Sonata 30 Annie Fischer (piano) Cologne Radio SO/Joseph Keilberth rec. 1957/8 ICA CLASSICS ICAC 5062 [73:19] [CH]

A chance to hear Annie Fischer, not always at her happiest in the studio, in truly great form in live broadcasts. 

Robert SCHUMANN (1810-1856) Liederkreis, Op. 39 (1840) [26:59] Sechs Gedichte aus dem Liederbuch eines Malers, Op. 36 (1840) [15:59] Liederkreis, Op. 24 (1840) [21:30] Gerald Finley (baritone); Julius Drake (piano)
rec. 2011/2012, DDD German texts and English translations included HYPERION CDA67944 [64:30][JQ]

This fine disc is a worthy successor to Gerald Finley’s earlier Schumann disc.

Robert SCHUMANN (1810-1856) Piano Concerto see BRAHMS

Robert SCHUMANN (1810-1856) Abegg Variations see Alexandra Dariescu

Heinrich SCHÜTZ (1585-1672) Die Sieben Worte, Johannes-Passion Ars Nova Copenhagen/Paul Hillier rec. 2009 DA CAPO 8.226093 [58:11]  [EM-L]

Deeply moving performances of some intriguing works.

Ittai SHAPIRA (b.1973) The Old Man and the Sea, Concierto Latino Ittai Shapira (violin) Royal Liverpool PO/Neil Thomson, London Serenata/Krzysztof Chorzelski rec. 2010-2012 CHAMPS HILL RECORDS CHRCD 032 [52:41] [Byz]

A memorably orchestrated, romantic modern masterpiece, full of imagination, passion and beautiful melody. 

Dmitri SHOSTAKOVICH (1906-1975) Symphony No. 7 in C, Op. 60, Leningrad (1941) [72:23] Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra of Moscow Radio/Vladimir Fedoseyev rec. 2004 RELIEF CR991079 [72:23] [SV]

An affecting and well-realized performance.

Dmitri SHOSTAKOVICH (1906-1975) Viola Sonata see HINDEMITH

RECORDING OF THE MONTH Jean SIBELIUS (1865-1957) String Quartet Voces Intimae Leos JANÁČEK (1854-1928) String Quartet 1 Erwin SCHULHOFF (1894-1942) String Quartet 1 Henschel Qt rec. 2008 NEOS CLASSICS 11006 [65:23] [MC]

Dark and melancholy is explored through compelling playing of real distinction.

Jean SIBELIUS Symphony No. 5 see STRAVINSKY


RECORDING OF THE MONTH
 
Jean SIBELIUS (1865-1957) Symphony 5 see BRAHMS

Antonio SOLER (1729-1783) Six Concertos for Two Organs Johann Tobias KREBS (1690-1762) Eight Little Preludes and Fugues E. Power Biggs & Daniel Pinkham (organs) rec. 1954-1959 PRISTINE AUDIO PAKM 050 [77:40] [JW]

Organ aficionados will have a field day. 

Richard STRAUSS (1864-1949) Don Juan, Op.20 [16.49] Till Eulenspiegels lustige Streiche, Op.28 [14.38] Also sprach Zarathustra, Op.30 [33.44] Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Charles Mackerras rec.. 1995 ALTO ALC 1197 [PCG]

Listeners are well served by performances of the highest order.

RECORDING OF THE MONTH Igor STRAVINSKY (1882-1971) The Rite of Spring Jean SIBELIUS (1865-1957) Symphony 5 London SO/Leonard Bernstein rec. 1966 ICA CLASSICS ICAD 5082 [85:54] [DM]

Truly great performances; Bernstein at his magnetic best.

RECORDING OF THE MONTH Josef SUK (1874-1935) A Summer’s Tale, Prague BBC SO/Jiří Bĕlohlávek rec. 2012 CHANDOS CHSA 5109 [79:32] [NB]

Powerful burnished beauty … simply glorious. 

Johan SVENDSEN (1840-1911) Norwegian Rhapsodies 3 & 4, Cello Concerto, Symphony 2 Truls Mørk (cello) Bergen POa/Neeme Järvi rec. 2010/11 CHANDOS CHAN10711 [72:09] [NB]

A hugely enjoyable disc of undemandingly appealing music presented in typically superb Chandos sound. 

Pyotr Il’yich TCHAIKOVSKY (1840-1893) Transcriptions for piano Anthony Goldstone (piano) rec. 2012 DIVINE ART DDA25093 [63:12] [BR] 

For Tchaikovsky aficionados, a real treat; for others, maybe a bit off the path. 

Pyotr Ilyich TCHAIKOVSKY (1840-1893) Piano concerto 1, Symphony 5 Conrad Hansen (piano) Berlin PO/Willem Mengelberg rec. 1940 PRISTINE AUDIO PASC348 [74:29] [RMay]

Pristine Audio and Mark Obert-Thorn have done a sterling job in bringing a greater degree of clarity to these 72 years old performances than we have ever heard before. 

Pyotr Ilyich TCHAIKOVSKY (1840-1893) The Nutcracker and the Mouse King Anna Tsygankova, Matthew Golding, James Stout, Holland Symfonia/Ermanno Florio rec. 2011 ARTHAUS MUSIK 101 636 [108:00 + 27:00] [DM]

Nutcracker-lite; short on magic, too.

Pyotr Ilyich TCHAIKOVSKY (1840-1893) Symphony 2 Russian National O/Mikhail Pletnev rec. 2011 PENTATONE PTC 5186382 [48:12] [DMcC]

A most frustrating and disappointing release.

Pyotr Ilyich TCHAIKOVSKY (1840-1893) Violin Concerto Carl NIELSEN (1865-1931) Violin Concerto Vilde Frang (violin) Danish Ntl SO/Elvind Gullberg Jensen rec. 2011 EMI CLASSICS 6025702 [71:48] [WH]

Two very individual and magnificent performances.

Pyotr Ilyich TCHAIKOVSKY (1840-1893) Romeo and Juliet see FRANCK

Thomas TELLEFSEN (1823-1874) Complete Piano Works Jørgen Larsen (piano) rec. 2010/11 2L-080-PABD [198:00] [KM]

Attractive piano music from a student, then friend of Chopin. 

Will TODD (b. 1970) The Call of Wisdom Tenebrae, English CO/Nigel Short SIGNUM CLASSICS SIGCD298 [66:46] [WH]

A beautifully performed selection of Will Todd’s choral music, for the most part sweet and undemanding.

Barbara THOMPSON (b.1944) Perpetual Motion Apollo Saxophone Orchestra rec. 2012, Royal Northern College of Music. DDD NIMBUS ALLIANCE NI6200 [52:06] [JW]

Inspiring musicians playing with terrific verve.

Yvonne TROXLER (b.1962) Brouhaha Glass Farm Ens rec. 2007-11 INNOVA 835 [42:50] [Byz]

Imaginative and worthwhile music.

Viktor ULLMANN (1898-1944) The Complete Piano Sonatas Jeanne Golan (piano) rec. 2011 STEINWAY AND SONS 30014 [66.13 + 59.10] [GH]

Golan plays this music so convincingly … Ullmann is a fascinating figure. 

Pēteris VASKS (b. 1946) String Quartet 4 Erwin SCHULHOFF (1894 - 1942) Five Pieces for String Quartet Anton WEBERN (1883 - 1945) Langsamer Satz Jaan RÄÄTS (b. 1932) Concerto for Chamber Orchestra Prezioso String Qt rec. 2011/2 ESTONIAN RECORD PRODUCTION ERP 5912 [68:54] [HC]

Prezioso's first disc is a splendid calling card while offering a most attractive programme. 

Ralph VAUGHAN WILLIAMS (1872-1958) Sonata for Violin and Piano Gustav HOLST (1874-1934) Five Pieces for violin and piano Henry WALFORD DAVIES (1869-1941) Sonata for Violin and Piano Rupert Marshall-Luck (violin); Matthew Rickard (piano) rec. 2012 EM RECORDS EMR CD006 [63:23] [JW]

Committed and watertight performances.

Ralph VAUGHAN WILLIAMS (1872-1958) A Cotswold Romance, Death of Tintagiles London Philharmonic Ch, London SO/Richard Hickox rec. 1997 CHANDOS CHAN10728X [54:34] [MC]

This disc will appeal mainly to die-hard Vaughan Williams admirers. 

Ralph VAUGHAN WILLIAMS (1872-1958) Linden Lea and other songs Gerald FINZI (1901-1956) Seven poems of Robert Bridges Quink Vocal Ensemble rec. 1987 CHALLENGE CLASSICS CC72501 [54:24] [JQ]

A fundamentally misconceived project. 

Ralph VAUGHAN WILLIAMS (1872-1958) Songs of Travel see Most Grand to Die

Giuseppe VERDI (1813-1901) Nabucco Ettore Bastianini, Mirella Parutto, O & Ch of the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino/Bruno Bartoletti rec. 1961 IDIS 6630/31 [73:07 + 50:19] [JS]

Worth having for the stunning performance of the title role and the exciting and idiomatic performances of the other singers. 

Giuseppe VERDI (1813-1901) Ernani Gino Penno (tenor) Giuseppe Taddei (baritone) Giacomo Vaghi (bass) Caterina Mancini (soprano) Ch & SO di Roma della RAI/Fernando Previtali rec. 1950 WARNER FONIT 2564 66143-6 [74:38 + 43:17] [RMo]

Full-blooded Verdi at full throttle the like of which it is impossible to hear today. 

Giuseppe VERDI (1813-1901) Un ballo in maschera Ferruccio Tagliavini, Giuseppe Valdengo, Maria Curtis Verna, RAI Torino/Angelo Questa rec. 1954 WARNER FONIT 2564 66143-9 [75:06 + 44:30] [RMo]

A vintage Ballo.

Giuseppe VERDI (1813-1901) Il trovatore Sondra Radvanovsky (soprano) Marcelo Alvarez (tenor) Dolora Zajick (mezzo) Dmitri Hvorostovsky (baritone) Metropolitan Op Ch & O/Marco Armiliato rec. 2011 DEUTSCHE GRAMMOPHON 0734797 [143:00 + 7:00] [JZ]

These performances come together brilliantly in this impressive recording. 

Tomás Luis de VICTORIA (1548-1611) Officium Defunctorum; Motets Collegium Vocale Ghent/Philippe Herreweghe PHI 005 [59:40] [DG]

A distinctive interpretation that’s as good as any of the rivals.

Heitor VILLA-LOBOS (1887-1959) Symphonies 6 & 7 São Paulo SO/Isaac Karabtchevsky rec. 2011 NAXOS 8.573043 [68:18] [NB]

Augurs very well for the proposed complete cycle on Naxos.

Heitor VILLA-LOBOS (1887-1959) Uirapurú, Bachianas Brasileiras 4, The Emperor Jones Odense SO/Jan Wagner rec. 1999/2000 BRIDGE 9129 [61:36] [DM]

A most rewarding issue, played with great conviction and style. 

Antonio VIVALDI (1678-1741) Sonatas & Concertos rec. 1964-72 NEWTON CLASSICS 8802109 [9 CDs: 449:49] [Byz]

Not a boxed set for connoisseurs - nor really for anyone else, for that matter.

Georg Christoph WAGENSEIL (1715-1777) Concertos for Organ Elisabeth Ullmann (organ) Piccolo Concerto Wien/Roberto Sensi rec. 2002 ACCENT ACC 24248 [62:27] [Byz]

Utterly winsome music with appealing foot-tapping rhythms and catchy melodies piled high.

Richard WAGNER (1813-1883) Orchestral excerpts Vols 1 & 2 Seattle Symphony/Gerard Schwarz rec. 1986-1992 NAXOS 8.572767/8 [69:21 & 64:41] [RMay]

Will offer a great deal of pleasure. 

Richard WAGNER (1813-1883) Orchestral Excerpts Vol. 3: Tannhäuser, Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg & Tristan und Isolde Alessandra Marc (soprano) Seattle SO/Gerard Schwarz rec. 1986-1992 NAXOS 8.572769 [62.26] [PCG]

One cannot help but feel that this could well have been left to gather dust. 

Richard WAGNER (1813-1883) Der Ring des Nibelungen Soloists; Vienna PO/Georg Solti DECCA 478 3702 2 [17 CDs, 1 DVD, 1 Blu-Ray Audio Disc]

Nearly perfect in every detail. As superb now as it was when first issued. It need fear no later rivals.

Richard WAGNER (1813-1883) Lohengrin Klaus Florian Vogt, Annette Dasch, Georg Zeppenfeld, Bayreuth Festival O & Ch/Andris Nelsons rec. 2011 OPUS ARTE OA1071D [2 DVDs: 209:00] Lohengrin Plácido Domingo, Cheryl Studer, Robert Lloyd, Vienna State Opera Ch & O/Claudio Abbado rec. 1990 ARTHAUS MUSIK 100 957 [2 DVDs: 219.00] [PCG]

Taken as a representation of Wagnerian Gesamtkunstwerk these productions sink themselves without a trace.

Richard WAGNER (1813-1883) Lohengrin Klaus Florian Vogt, Annette Dasch, Berlin RSO/Marek Janowski rec. 2011 PENTATONE PTC5186403 [3 CDs: 200:34] [ST]

Solid but not superb.

Richard WAGNER (1813 - 1883) Der Ring des Nibelungen (Highlights) John Bröcheler (bass-baritone) Lisa Gasteen (soprano) Gary Rideout (tenor) Stuart Skelton (tenor) Deborah Riedel (soprano) John Wegner (baritone) Adelaide SO/Asher Fisch rec. 2004 MELBA MR 301133-34 [77:58 + 76:30] [GF]

As an introduction to The Ring this twofer should win many new proselytes. 

William Vincent WALLACE (1812-1865) Chopinesque Rosemary Tuck (piano) The Tait Chamber Orchestra/Richard Bonynge (Grande Fantasie) rec. 2011 NAXOS 8.572776 [79:20] [RW]

Lightly balletic music sympathetically interpreted.

William WALTON (1902-1983) Piano Quartet Frank BRIDGE (1879-1941) Phantasy Guillaume LEKEU (1870-1894) Piano Quartet Frith Piano Quartet rec. 2010 NIMBUS ALLIANCE NI 6183 [65:38] [JW]

This unwieldy programme nevertheless deserves to do well.

Anton WEBERN (1883 - 1945) Langsamer Satz see VASKS

Charles-Marie WIDOR (1843-1937) Organ Symphonies 5 & 6 Joseph Nolan (organ) rec. 2011 SIGNUM CLASSICS SIGCD292 [72:35] [WK]

This series could rival that of Ben van Oosten as the standard for the Widor symphonies.     

Adriaen WILLAERT (1490-1562) Vespro della Beata Vergine Capilla Flamenca/Dirk Snellings rec. 2012 RICERCAR RIC325 [79:30] [JV]

This great repertoire receives exemplary performances. 

Hugo WOLF (1860 - 1903) The Complete Songs - Vol 4 Mary Bevan (soprano) Quirijn de Lang (baritone) Sholto Kynoch (piano) rec. 2011 STONE RECORDS 5060192780161 [72:18] [GF]

All in all this is a damn good disc that should be a revelation to both jaded collectors and relatively innocent beginners.

Ermanno WOLF-FERRARI (1876-1948) Wind concertinos Andrea Tenaglia (oboe); Willian Moriconi (cor anglais); Giuseppe Ciabocchi (bassoon) Rome SO/Francesco La Vecchia rec. 2009 NAXOS 8.572921 [77:32] [JS]

Characterful, lyrical, enjoyable and written with real craftsmanship. 

Ermanno Wolf Ferrari: Violin Concerto: Alberto Cantù - Ermanno Wolf Ferrari: La Musica, la grazia, il silenzio. Includes a CD of the Violin Concerto in D major Op.26 (1901) performed by Laura Marzadori (violin) with Orchestra Città di Ferrara/Marco Zuccarini, recorded live, Teatro Comunale di Ferrara, 14 April 2012 Gabrielli Editori 2011, 123pp [JW]

If you’d like a monograph on the composer, you will find this excellent performance much to your liking as well as an exciting bonus.

Iannis XENAKIS (1922-2001) Tetras JACK Qt rec. 2011 see LIGETI

Jan Dismas ZELENKA (1679-1745) Zelenka Sonatas (ca.1722-23) Ensemble Marsyas rec. 2011 LINN CKD 415 [49:43] [DC]

Delightfully detailed and freshly energetic – a superb disc.


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