Chandos - up to 30% off
To celebrate their fortieth anniversary this year, we're offering up to 30% off the whole Chandos label including downloads until 7th October 2019 (please note that the download prices shown are already discounted).
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Gerald Finley (baritone)
London Philharmonic Orchestra, Geoffrey Mitchell Choir, Edward Gardner
All essentials for a recital are present here: the featured artist in good voice, imagination capable of bringing 13 different characters to life..., apt recording decisions and on-the-pace accompaniment...Both... — More…
Sarah Connolly (Dido), Gerald Finley (Aeneas), Lucy Crowe (Belinda), Patricia Bardon (Sorceress), William Purefoy (Spirit), Sarah Tynan (2nd Woman), John Mark Ainsley (Sailor), Carys Lane & Rebecca Outram (Witches)
Choir & Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Steven Devine and Elizabeth...
This new Dido… enshrines Connolly as one of the most affecting Carthaginian Queens since Janet Baker's account nearly half a century ago. From the outset, Connolly exudes imposing presence,... — More…
Gerald Finley (baritone)
BBC National Chorus of Wales & BBC National Orchestra of Wales, Richard Hickox
Songs of the Sea - which includes the long-popular 'Drake's Drum' and 'The Old Superb' - and the later, texturally richer and more thoughtful Songs of the Fleet are superb baritone vehicles for... — More…
Clare Shearer (mezzo-soprano), Gerald Finley (baritone), Barbara Marten (narrator), Deborah McAndrew (narrator) & Joanne Mitchell (narrator)
Sheffield Philharmonic Chorus & BBC Philharmonic, Sir Andrew Davis
The music… is from start to finish authentic middling Elgar, highly enjoyable and well worth revival. Gerald Finley shines as St George in 'The Rule of England', however embarrassing the words.... — More…
Gerald Finley (baritone), Peter Coleman-Wright (baritone), Jeremy White (bass), Richard Coxon (tenor), Roderick Williams (bass), Gidon Saks (bass), Francis Egerton (tenor), Rebecca Evans (soprano), Susan Gritton (soprano), Pamela Helen Stephen (mezzo-soprano), Anne-Marie Owens (mezzo-soprano), Mark...
John Noble was a fine Pilgrim on the old Boult recording, but Gerald Finley brings not only a voice that's as good and well suited but also a dramatic quality that is more colourful and intense.... — More…
Dmitri Shostakovich Jr. (piano), James Thompson (trumpet), Stephen Hough (piano), Lynne Dawson (soprano), Ian Partridge (tenor), Michael George (bass), Lydia Mordkovitch (violin), Christopher Plummer (narrator), Celia Nicklin (oboe), Ian Watson (organ), Nigel Kennedy (violin), Peter Pettinger (piano),...
Susan Gritton (soprano) & Gerald Finley (baritone)
London Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, Richard Hickox
The choral singing is as alert and secure as one would expect from Hickox, and the balance with the orchestra is well judged too… Gerald Finley…a noble, warm-toned baritone soloist… — More…
Jeanne-Michèle Charbonnet (soprano), Catherine Wyn-Rogers (mezzo-soprano), Stuart Skelton (tenor) & Gerald Finley (baritone)
Trinity Boys Choir, Crouch End Festival Chorus, Philharmonia Chorus, BBC Symphony Chorus & BBC Symphony Orchestra, Leon Botstein
Anyone looking for the blazing, crazy brilliance of Foulds's Mantras, April-England or Dynamic Triptych is likely to come away with a very negative impression. There are occasional sparks of... — More…
in association with the Richard Hickox Foundation
Inevitably when such a breadth of repertoire is being covered, we’re talking movements rather than complete works, but it’s been sympathetically programmed, and consequently the transitions don’t... — More…