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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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($17.50) $13.00

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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…

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Andreas Staier (piano Erard, Paris 1837), Daniel Sepec (violin)

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($14.75) $11.00

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($12.50) $9.25

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Iberian Concertos & Sonatas

Orquestra Barocca Casa Casa Da Música Porto, Andreas Staier

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Andreas Staier (harpsichord Anthony Sidey after Hass)

...in Andreas Staier's own words, 'this programme is a declaration of love to Georg Philipp Telemann, perhaps the wittiest, most charming and most cheerful composer Germany has ever produced'.... More…

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