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Chandos - up to 40% off

Including downloads

Until 5th October 2020, we're offering up to 40% off the whole Chandos label including downloads (please note that the download prices shown are already discounted).

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2 CDs

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Jane Eaglen (Turandot), Dennis O'Neill (Cavaradossi), Mary Plazas (Liù), Nicolai Gedda (Emperor Altoum), Clive Bayley (Timur); Geoffrey Mitchell Choir, New London Children's Choir, Philharmonia Orchestra, David Parry

The glory of the Chandos set of Turandot is not just the spectacular, wide-ranging sound, bringing out details never heard before, but the singing of Jane Eaglen in the title-role, and here the... More…

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Libby Crabtree (soprano), Mary Plazas (soprano), Pamela Helen Stephen (mezzo-soprano), Timothy Robinson (tenor), James Rutherford (bass)

City of Birmingham Symphony Chorus, BBC Philharmonic, Yan Pascal Tortelier

SACD

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Christopher Robson, Claron McFadden, Richard Coxen, Mary Plazas, Nuala Willis, Ann Taylor, Garry Magee, Steven Page, Anne Mason, Richard Van Allen

London Philharmonic Orchestra, David Parry

Anyone who cares about opera as a living art form will rejoice in Chandos’s decision to issue the recording of Flight from Glyndebourne with the original cast More…

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Maria Ewing (soprano), Rebecca Evans (soprano), Patricia Rozario (soprano), Mary Plazas (soprano), Pamela Helen Stephen (mezzo-soprano), Sally Burgess (mezzo-soprano), James Bowman (alto), Jamie MacDougall (tenor), Karl Morgan Daymond (baritone)

Collegium Musicum 90, Richard Hickox

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Libby Crabtree (soprano), Mary Plazas (soprano), Pamela Helen Stephen (mezzo-soprano), Timothy Robinson (tenor), James Rutherford (bass)

City of Birmingham Symphony Chorus, BBC Philharmonic, Yan Pascal Tortelier

It was the French music publisher Hamelle who suggested that Fauré expand his 'petit Requiem' (1893 version – as restored by John Rutter) into a 'version symphonique' (1900). However, if you... More…

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Garry Magee (Don Giovanni), Andrew Shore (Leporello), Clive Bayley (Commendatore), Majella Cullagh (Donna Anna), Barry Banks (Don Ottavio), Vivian Tierney (Donna Elvira), Dean Robinson (Masetto), Mary Plazas (Zerlina)

Philharmonia Orchestra, Geoffrey Mitchell Choir, David Parry

We have come to know that an operatic performance recorded under David Parry is likely to be strong in its convictions, and this Don Giovanni is no exception… Personally, I found myself gripped More…

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Paul Charles Clarke (Faust), Alastair Miles (Méphistophélès), Mary Plazas (Marguerite), Garry Magee (Valentin), Diana Montague (Siébel), Sarah Walker (Martha), Matthew Hargreaves (Wagner)

Geoffrey Mitchell Choir, Philharmonia Orchestra, David Parry

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Patricia Bardon (Carmen), Julian Gavin (Don José), Garry Magee (Escamillo), Mary Plazas (Micaëla), Toby Stafford-Allen (Moralès), Nicholas Garret (Zuniga)

Geoffrey Mitchell Choir, New London Children's Choir, Philharmonia Orchestra, David Parry

2 CDs

($20.00) $14.00

Usually despatched in 3 - 4 working days

This release includes a digital booklet

Paul Charles Clarke (Faust), Alastair Miles (Méphistophélès), Mary Plazas (Marguerite), Garry Magee (Valentin), Diana Montague (Siébel), Sarah Walker (Martha), Matthew Hargreaves (Wagner)

Philharmonia Orchestra, Geoffrey Mitchell Choir, David Parry

After listening to this Faust, one can feel something very like awe. The structure is massive, the workmanship infinitely thorough, the boldness of stroke (dramatic and musical) almost breathtaking.
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This release includes a digital booklet

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