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Avie - up to 40% off
Until 4th May 2020, we're offering up to 40% off all discs on Avie (please note that discounts do not apply to downloads).
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5 CDs($31.75) $18.25
Sarah Beth Briggs (piano)
Royal Northern Sinfonia, Kenneth Woods, Bradley Creswick
Briggs gives a wonderfully balanced reading of music that seems familiar – in its classical poise and charm – and strange…Kenneth Woods and the Royal Northern Sinfonia accompany superbly…with... — More…
Northern Sinfonia, Imogen Cooper (piano and director)
Imogen Cooper's strongly projected, stylistically sensitive performance stands up even alongside such distinguished modern versions as Uchida, Brendel and Schiff. With crystalline articulation... — More…
Imogen Cooper (piano & director)
Cooper is alert to every dimension, transcending technique in a synthesis of human emotion, psychological acumen and dramaturgical insight. Her sense of balance is unerring, be it in solo work... — More…
Rachel Barton Pine (violin), Matthew Lipman (viola)
Academy of St. Martin in the Fields, Sir Neville Marriner
Barton Pine's set of Mozart Violin Concerts opens with No. 4: an expertly controlled tutti from Neville Marriner sets the stage for the solo entry, but almost immediately there's a feeling of... — More…
2 CDs($22.00) $13.00
Nobuko Imai (viola)
Het Brabants Orkest, Philippe Graffin (violin and director)
In the Sinfonia Concertante… Graffin and Nobuko Imai steal in perfectly for their first phrase. …they are clearly listening to each other, and responding. Imai's burnished tone is, as ever,... — More…
2 CDs($23.00) $13.00
Benjamin Hochman (piano/conductor)
English Chamber Orchestra
Hochman doesn’t so much impose an interpretative overview as allow the music room to breathe with disarming naturalness…If only the finales of both concertos had possessed a greater sense of... — More…