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Challenge Classics - up to 25% off

Including downloads

Until 14th January 2019, we're offering up to 25% off all recordings on the Challenge Classics label - including downloads (please note that the download prices shown are already discounted).

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Trio Mondrian: Ohad Ben-Ari (piano), Daniel Bard (violin) & Hila Karni (cello)

The opening movement of the Ravel starts out tentatively and continues in a state of apprehension, but the approach makes perfect sense once you hear their Shostakovich: restraint is rewarded... More…

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Het Gelders Orkest, Antonello Manacorda

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Piano Works By Schumann, Ravel & Scriabin

Alexei Volodin (piano)

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the “bonus track” of Liszt’s Via Crucis, Station IV, in Reinbert de Leeuw’s arrangement, has a haunting lyrical spareness More…

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Aurelia Saxophone Quartet

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Altenberg Trio Wien

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French piano music for four hands

Wyneke Jordans (piano) & Leo van Doeselaar (piano)

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Amstel Quartet: Remco Jak (soprano saxophone), Olivier Sliepen (alto saxophone), Bas Apswoude (tenor saxophone) & Ties Mellema (baritone saxophone)

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Liza Ferschtman (violin) & Dmitry Ferschtman (cello)

Pungent performances of three fine duos by seasoned veterans: the Kodaly is a little formal, but the Ravel is visceral. The Schulhoff is at once haunting and raw. More…

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“Violent Viola” is a collection which covers a wide and eclectic range, with music dating from the 16th century (John Dowland) through to the 20th (Kodaly and Britten).

Esther Apituley (viola) & Rië Tanaka (piano)

Amsterdam Viola Quartet

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