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Vladimir Ashkenazy (piano), Lilya Zilberstein (piano), Olli Mustonen (piano) & Lynn Harrell (cello)
Fitzwilliam String Quartet & Beaux Arts Trio
Ian Bostridge (Tom Rakewell), Bryn Terfel (Nick Shadow), Deborah York (Anne Trulove), Anne Sofie von Otter (Baba the Turk), Anne Howells (Mother Goose), Peter Bronder (Sellem), Martin Robson (Trulove), Julian Clarkson (Keeper of the Madhouse)
Monteverdi Choir, London Symphony Orchestra, John...
Gardiner's Rake's Progress, in all but one respect, easily withstands comparison with its five rivals, and in several it surpasses them; if you're happy with Terfel's Nick Shadow, it can be set... — More…
Christine Goerke (soprano), Richard Stilwell (baritone), Richard Clement (tenor)
Shenandoah Conservatory Choir, Maryland Boys Choir, Washington Chorus, Washington Orchestra, Robert Shafer
Martha Argerich (piano)
Montreal Symphony Orchestra, Charles Dutoit
As always with this most mercurial of virtuosos, Martha Argerich's playing is generated by the mood of the moment and many listeners may well be surprised at her relative geniality with Dutoit.... — More…
Here's a Shostakovich Preludes and Fugues cycle to be reckoned with. It starts none too promisingly, with (by the highest standards) a rhythmically stiff, tonally lumpy C-major prelude and some... — More…