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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Christine Brewer (soprano), Barry Banks (Don Ottavio), Janice Watson (Eglantine)
Philharmonia Orchestra, Geoffrey Mitchell Choir, David Parry
Hats off, gentlemen. A diva. The real, rare, wondrous thing. Her name is Christine Brewer. — More…
Christine Brewer (soprano), Timothy Robinson (tenor), Judith Howarth (soprano)
London Philharmonic Orchestra, David Parry
This is a spectacular demonstration not only of Christine Brewer's vocal strength with every note firm from top to bottom, but of her extraordinary versatility in this wide range of repertory.... — More…
Sung in English: translation by Christopher Cowell
Christine Brewer (Ariadne/Prima Donna), Robert Dean Smith (Bacchus/The Tenor), Gillian Keith (Zerbinetta), Stephen Fry (Major-Domo), Alan Opie (Music Master), John Graham-Hall (Dancing Master/Scaramuccio), Roderick Williams (Harlequin), Matthew Rose (Truffaldino), Wynne Evans (Brighella), Paul Keohone...
Brewer's luscious Ariadne had to be captured on disc...There's another essential performance from Alice Coote...with unflinchingly full top notes that few other genuine mezzos possess...I've... — More…
Christine Brewer (soprano)
Trinity Boys Choir, Apollo Voice, BBC Symphony Chorus & BBC Symphony Orchestra, Jirí Belohlávek
The luxuriantly recorded Chandos disc is particularly welcome for featuring premiere recordings of four relatively early choral pieces including the lavishly scored Herbstchor an Pan… Performed... — More…
Susan Graham, Christine Brewer, William Burden, Catherine Wyn-Rogers, Neal Davies
BBC Singers, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Leonard Slatkin
Gian Carlo Menotti took as his starting-point for the libretto of Vanessa the atmosphere of Isak Dinesen's Seven Gothic Tales. His story is original, but the ideas that fired him can be found... — More…
Christine Brewer (Leonore), Richard Margison (Florestan), Robert Lloyd (Rocco), Rebecca Evans (Marzellina), Peter Wedd (Jaquino), Pavlo Hunka (Don Pizarro), Christopher Purves (Don Fernando/Second Prisoner); Geoffrey Mitchell Choir, Philharmonia Orchestra, David Parry
outstandingly vivid recording, among the finest ever to come from Chandos...[Brewer is] at once heroic but intensely human and warm, brilliant in the demanding 'Abscheulicher'. She is well matched... — More…