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Bonus Track Version
Alysha Umphress (soloist), Kevin Brewis (soloist), Flora Dawson (soloist), Nathan Gunn (soloist), Stephen John Davies (soloist), Danielle de Niese (soloist), Sophia Foroughi (soloist), Duncan Rock (soloist), Ashley Riches (soloist), Jane Quinn (soloist), David Butt Philip (soloist), Andrew Keelan...
The standout performer is Alysha Umphress as Ruth: she brings oodles of no-nonsense sassiness to arguably the show’s best-known number, One Hundred Easy Ways to Lose a ManThere’s no doubting... — More…
Indra Thomas (soprano), Mihoko Fujimura (mezzo), Steve Davislim (tenor) & Matthew Rose (bass)
London Symphony Chorus & London Symphony Orchestra, Sir Colin Davis
From just about every point of view this is an improvement on Colin Davis's recent Dresden Staatskapelle A Child of Our Time… The soloists are more roundly convincing… and yet they still aren't... — More…
Recorded live, in DSD 128fs, at LSO St Luke’s, London 30th October 2015
LSO Percussion Ensemble
The LSO Percussion Ensemble’s riveting recording [of Music for Pieces of Wood] has the bonus of being live. Moreover, they take it very fast indeed…and accomplish it brilliantly. I’ve found Sextet... — More…
Recorded live at the Barbican Hall, 13th January 2016
Leonidas Kavakos (violin), Julia Bullock (soprano)
London Symphony Orchestra, Sir Simon Rattle
In seeing as well as hearing this concert, what comes over is Rattle's love for the music and the orchestra's wholehearted response: it all looks so terribly easy, though of course it's anything... — More…
DVD Video + Blu-ray($20.00) $15.00
Danielle de Niese (Eileen), Alysha Umphress (Ruth), Nathan Gunn (Bob Baker), Duncan Rock (Wreck), David Butt Philip (Lonigan), Ashley Riches (Guide/First Editor/Frank)
London Symphony Orchestra, London Symphony Chorus, Sir Simon Rattle
Rattle obviously adores the score and in broad terms he certainly enters into its spirit…but there’s just a slight touch of restrain about the whole enterprise; it’s all a bit too tasteful…The... — More…