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Reconstruction of Bach's first Christmas Vespers in Leipzig
Julia Doyle (soprano), Joanne Lunn (soprano), Clare Wilkinson (alto), Nicholas Mulroy (tenor), Matthew Brook (bass)
Dunedin Consort, John Butt
It’s an absolute joy – far too good to keep for Christmas. — More…
La Cetra Barockorchester Basel La Cetra Vocalensemble Basel Andrea Marcon
It is worth recording that it does not have much of an actual Christmassy feel – only two pieces have texts specific to the occasion – but there is no doubt that its choice of music brings rich... — More…
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Politics, Dialogues & Pastorales
I Fagiolini, English Cornett and Sackbut Ensemble, Robert Hollingworth
Andrea Gabrieli has always been something of a textbook composer, whose reputation falls under the shadow of his more famous nephew, Giovanni, the composer par excellence of the grand Venetian... — More…
David Cordier (counter-tenor), Ulla van Daalen (harp), Jochen Kowalski, Max Emanuel Cenčić, Charles Humphries, Axel Köhler, Solist der Wiener Sängerknaben, Michael Erxleben, Klaus Mertens, Monica Groop, Dorothe Jansen, Hermann Prey, Reinhold Friedrich, Hartmut Lücker, Peter Dicke, Michael-Christfried...
5 CDsOriginal price ($32.50) Reduced price $22.75
Daniel-Ben Pienaar (piano)
Pienaar displays his collections thematically, connecting dances and variations, imitative and evocative works that suggest battles and birdsong, that paint portraits, tell stories and write... — More…
Jill Gomez, Felicity Palmer, Robert Tear, Philip Langridge, John Shirley-Quirk
Monteverdi Choir & Orchestra, Philip Jones Brass Ensemble, John Eliot Gardiner
Gardiner's first version was made with some of the finest English singers of the day and the legendary Philip Jones Brass Ensemble.
It may not be as polished, but its vitality stands up well... — More…
Pablo Marquez (guitar)
Orchestra Della Svizzera Italiana, Dennis Russell Davies
Maderna’s objective interventionism is evident in the Webern-like clarity of its interplay between highly differentiated instrumental groups…Pablo Marquez takes on [the solo role] perceptively... — More…