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Anthologies celebrating Zubin Mehta in Los Angeles, Decca at 90, and the Staatskapelle Berlin at the grand old age of 450, plus vintage Beethoven from Zino Francescatti and Robert Casadesus.
Vintage Beethoven string quartets from Melodiya, a sixtieth-birthday celebration from the Academy of St Martin in the Fields, and forty years of recordings from the Choir of King’s College, Cambridge.
Anniversary celebrations of Guido Cantelli and Collegium Vocale Gent, plus Beethoven from Jonathan Biss, Rudolf Buchbinder and the Kuss Quartet, and an anthology of film scores from Charles Gerhardt.
January collections include Claudio Abbado’s complete recordings with the Wiener Philharmoniker for Deutsche Grammophon, a celebration of the Philharmonia Orchestra’s early years, and the first complete recording of Kaikhosru Shapurji Sorabji’s monumental Sequentia cyclica for solo piano.
Anthologies devoted to Moura Lympany, Ernst Haefliger, Karl Münchinger and Solomon, plus collection of Russian chamber music and a 56-disc Mendelssohn Edition on Hänssler.
Beethoven anniversary editions from Deutsche Grammophon, Warner and Naxos, plus Masaaki Suzuki’s complete Bach secular cantatas, Bruckner from Berlin, and a celebration of Andris Nelsons's time in Birmingham.
Pierre Monteux’s complete recordings for Decca, Philips and Westminster, a mammoth Zubin Mehta collection spanning half a century, Cécile Ousset’s early recordings for Decca France, and previously unreleased Webern and Scriabin from Maria Yudina.
Wilhelm Furtwängler’s complete recordings on Decca and Deutsche Grammophon, Beethoven sets from Wilhelm Kempff, Igor Levit and Ronald Brautigam, and the fruits of a 2018 Hamburg festival centring on the artistry of Martha Argerich.
Semyon Bychkov’s Tchaikovsky Project reaches completion, plus a mammoth celebration of George Szell in Cleveland, and previously unreleased recordings documenting Vladimir Horowitz’s 1965 comeback at Carnegie Hall.
An overview of the Hungarian conductor’s legacy with the Wiener Philharmoniker, a collection of British music from Sir Andrew Davis, Ádám Fischer’s Beethoven symphonies, and a 150th birthday celebration from the Wiener Staatsoper.
A celebration of Brigitte Fassbaender at 80, Karajan’s Bruckner and Tchaikovsky re-mastered, Myaskovsky’s complete string quartets, and DVD collections from Glyndebourne and the Wiener Staatsoper.
A celebration of Chandos Records at 40, birthday tributes to pianists Emanuel Ax and Philippe Entremont, and the third volume of Leonard Bernstein’s landmark Young People’s Concerts.
An Offenbach bicentenary edition from Warner Classics, Sir John Eliot Gardiner's period-instrument accounts of Berlioz on Philips, and Carlo Maria Giulini's complete recordings for Deutsche Grammophon and Decca.
A centenary edition from the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Robert Casadesus’s collected Columbia recordings, Tchaikovsky’s complete solo piano works from Valentina Lisitsa, and a comprehensive recorder anthology from Brilliant Classics.
A Berlioz anniversary tribute from Warner Classics, Wilhelm Fürtwangler’s wartime radio broadcasts with the Berliner Philharmoniker, a ninetieth-birthday celebration of Bernard Haitink, and anthologies of Idil Biret, Van Cliburn, and Leonard Pennario.
A comprehensive collection of César Franck, anthologies celebrating two great French female pianists, and DVD boxes exploring the careers of Claudio Abbado and Sergiu Celibidache.
Our Boxing Day boxes include portraits of Claudio Abbado, Maria Yudina and Willi Boskovsky, plus the complete piano music of Sergei Bortkiewicz.
Jaap van Zweden’s Ring Cycle with the Hong Kong Philharmonic, Colin Davis’s complete recordings of Berlioz with the London Symphony Orchestra, and collections celebrating Carlos Kleiber, Henryk Szeryng, Riccardo Chailly and Claudio Abbado.
The definitive Bach boxed set, an anniversary anthology from Deutsche Grammophon, and comprehensive collections of works by Hummel and François Couperin.
A collection of complete live performances from the great Swedish dramatic soprano Birgit Nilsson, plus anthologies from Gramophone Award-winners Neeme Järvi and Blue Heron, and a sumptuous set of Cecilia Bartoli's Rossini recordings.