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Janice Watson (soprano), Peter Hoare (tenor) & Stephen Gadd (baritone)
Guildford Choral Society, St Catherine’s School Choir & Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Hilary Davan Wetton
These are…engaging performances… in spacious modern sound… — More…
Chloë Hanslip (violin) & Charles Owen (piano)
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Leonard Slatkin
It's excellent sense to couple John Adams's Violin Concerto with John Corigliano's Chaconne based on his film music for The Red Violin. Both require bravura of the highest order… This is the... — More…
Csaba Onczay (cello), Gabriel Schwabe (cello), Keith Hurvey (cello), Raphael Wallfisch (cello), Maria Kliegel (cello), Kristin Merscher (piano), Nina Tichman (piano), Nicholas Rimmer (piano), Ina-Esther Joost Ben-Sasson (cello), Allan Sternfield (piano), Michael Grebanier (cello), Janet Guggenheim...
Vintage TV and Radio Classics including Music by Vaughan Williams, Vintner, Melachrino and Dankworth
Andrew Vinter (piano)
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Paul Murphy & Gavin Sutherland
Oxana Yablonskaya (piano), Nicolas Koeckert (violin), Dmitry Yablonsky (cello)
Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra, Moscow City Symphony Orchestra "Russian Philharmonic", Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Maxim Fedotov, José Serebrier
A 2-CD Set of Nostalgic Music by the Best of British Light Music Composers
BBC Concert Orchestra, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra & Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, Adrian Leaper, Barry Wordsworth & Paul Murphy
Tom Winpenny (organ), Mike Allen (trumpet), Elizabeth Cragg (soprano), Pascal Charbonneau (tenor)
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, St Albans Cathedral Choir and Abbey Girls Choir, Andrew Lucas
‘O be joyful in the Lord’ sets the tone: the bright, chattering orchestration and chirpy syncopations are quintessential Rutter, and the rousingly fresh-toned response of the St Albans singers... — More…