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To celebrate NMC's thirtieth birthday this year, until 17th June 2019 we're offering up to 40% off all recordings on the NMC label including downloads (please note that the download prices shown are already discounted).
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Christopher Yates (viola), Roderick Williams (baritone)
Birmingham Contemporary Music Group, Martyn Brabbins
[Skempton] judges the balance between reiteration and variety to perfection, while the typical Skempton traits – clarity, deceptive simplicity and apparently familiar yet fresh and capricious... — More…
John McCabe (piano), Roderick Williams (baritone), David Pyatt (horn)
Silver Nocturnes blurs the boundary between string quartet and quintet…Williams has the necessary strength and intensity for the music’s bleak dramaticism. The Horn Quintet (2010-11) confirms... — More…
Sophie Daneman (soprano) & Iain Burnside (piano), Roderick Williams (baritone) & Iain Burnside (piano), Susan Bickley (mezzo-soprano) & Iain Burnside (piano), Benjamin Hulett (tenor) & Oliver Coates (cello)
[Bennett] creates a campy 1920s-ish idiom, well captured by the versatile Iain Burnside...Benjamin Hulett, with Oliver Coates, sings with commendably Pearsian fervour...Susan Bickley adds mezzo... — More…
Roderick Williams (baritone) & Iain Burnside (piano), Susan Bickley (mezzo-soprano) & Nicholas Daniel (cor anglais)
Psappha, Britten Sinfonia, Nicholas Kok, Clark Rundell
This recording [of Geranos] alternates baritone and mezzo, with Roderick Williams bringing an elegant lyricism to the opening song and Susan Bickley a touching vulnerability to 'Love's Pains'...Bickley... — More…
Sopranos - Claire Booth, Ailish Tynan, Elizabeth Atherton
Mezzo-sopranos - Susan Bickley, Loré Lixenberg, Jean Rigby
Countertenors - James Bowman, Michael Chance, Andrew Watts
Tenors - Andrew Kennedy, Daniel Norman, Benjamin Hulett
Baritones - Stefan Loges, Roderick Williams,...
…anyone listening to these discs will find many things to savour… It is, inevitably an eclectic mix, but, as in any well-planned song recital, the progressions and juxtapositions are continually... — More…
Clare McCaldin (mezzo-soprano), James Gilchrist (tenor), Roderick Williams (baritone), Iain Burnside (piano), Simon Lepper (piano)
Wood is nothing if not a craftsman, and his vocal lines are always skilful amplifications of the text while his idiomatically written piano parts set the voice off to its best advantage — More…
Roderick Williams (Wandering Jew), Tim Mirfin (Jesus/Beggar), Teresa Cahill (Widowed Mother), Hilary Summers (Fortune Teller), Louise Winter (Kundry), Jeffrey Lloyd Roberts (Faust), Brindley Sherratt (Mephistopheles), Graeme Danby (Odin), Jeremy White (Old Man)
BBC Symphony Orchestra &...
There's a hint of Wagnerian majesty in the [Odin] scene, otherwise the shadow of Britten lies long over the music, not only in the shape of the melodic lines, but also in the clarity of the orchestration.... — More…