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Davide Alogna (violin), Fiorenzo Pascalucci (piano), Federico Stassi (viola) & Roberto Trainini (cello), Roberto Trainini (cello)
Even when material is stretched thinly, the lyrical flow in these works – all unpublished, and previously unrecorded – remains irresistible, especially in these passionate Italian performances,... — More…
Tianwa Yang (violin)
SWR Sinfonieorchester Baden Baden und Freiburg, Pieter-Jelle de Boer
The Concerto italiano is not the breezy, pseudo-Victorian piece that its title might suggest; indeed, it is rather a melancholic work...[I profeti is] a rather more lively and colourful work...Its... — More…
Marisa Minder, Dmitry Smirnov, Yaryna Tyno, Eléonore Willi, Alexander Zemtsov
Il piccola orchestra, Basel Philharmonic Quintet
Alessandro Marangoni (piano)
Malmö Symphony Orchestra, Andrew Mogrelia
played by the hyperactive pianist and orchestra with such scintillating abandon, the composer's charm and brio could, just possibly, bring a smile to even the most crusty and conservative listener...Excellently... — More…
World Premiere Recordings
Joel Marangella (solo oboe), Jay Harrison (solo cor anglais), Ashley Arbuckle (solo violin) & Michael Goldschlager (solo cello)
West Australian Symphony Orchestra, Andrew Penny
Ana María Martínez (soprano), Ted Christopher (baritone), Jeremy Cohen (tenor), Rabbi Rodney Mariner (speaker), Hugh Potton (organ), Barbara Harbach (organ), Cantor Simon Spiro (tenor), McNeil Robinson (organ)
Academy & Chorus of St Martin in the Fields, The London Chorus, New York Cantorial...
Jascha Heifetz (violin)
Philharmonia Orchestra, RCA Victor Symphony Orchestra, Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, William Walton, William Steinberg, Alfred Wallenstein
Heifetz's Walton Violin Concerto under the composer's baton (1950) may be the best the work has ever had. Unmissable. — More…