Harmonia Mundi - up to 30% off
Until 12th August 2019, we're offering up to 30% off all recordings on the Harmonia Mundi label including downloads (please note that the download prices shown are already discounted).
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Andreas Staier (harpsichord)
They’ve recorded all seven of Bach’s concertos from his Liepzig years with a sense of playfulness and dynamic interplay … outstanding communication between them all in the seven Bach concertos... — More…
Andreas Staier (fortepiano after Conrad Graf)
The endlessly ear-opening consequences are riveting; the wide-ranging aplomb of Beethoven's Variations could have been conceived with Staier's musical curiosity and flair in mind...This isn't... — More…
Freiburger Barockorchester, Petra Müllejans
This is a hot CD, one of those releases where everything seems to have arrived together at the right time. Here is the world’s finest Baroque orchestra eagerly joining with one of the world’s... — More…
Andreas Staier (fortepiano Christopher Clarke (1996) after Conrad Graf, Vienna 1827), Daniel Sepec (violin Lorenzo Storioni, Cremona 1780) & Roel Dieltiens (cello Marten Cornelissen (1992) after Stradivarius)
the players catch just the right Schubertian balance of poise and profundity … There is never any lack of momentum … There’s plenty of colour, from subtly glassy on-the-bridge effects to a full-on... — More…
Andreas Staier (piano Erard, Paris 1837), Daniel Sepec (violin)
Andreas Staier, Alexander Melnikov (fortepiano Graf by Christopher Clarke)
Andreas Staier and Alexander Melnikov play all these pieces with admirable poetry and intimacy…this new recording has the advantage of being played on the type of instrument Schubert would have... — More…