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NMC - up to 30% off
Until 10th August 2020, we're offering up to 30% 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…
Michael Finnissy (piano)
Michael Finnissy's recital of short pieces by himself and friends... is a particular treat. — 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…
4 CDs($34.25) $25.50
2 CDs($13.50) $10.75
Howard Skempton (accordion), Michael Finnissy (piano)
City of Birmingham Symphony Chorus, BBC Singers, EXAUDI, Bach Choir Philharmonia, Ex Cathedra, Philip Jones Brass Ensemble, Cambridge University Musical Society Chorus, London Sinfonietta, London Sinfonietta Voices, Simon Halsey, John Poole,...
A recital of pieces written for, and by composers associated with, clarinettist Andrew Sparling
Andrew Sparling (clarinets)
with Miriam Lowbury (cello), Antony Gray (piano), Thalia Myers (piano), Chris Brannick (percussion), Alan Thomas (guitar)
This disc shows off the clarinet-playing and unusual musical tastes of a familiar figure on the contemporary scene ... The stylistic range is from the jazziness of Nick Hayes' Tongue-Dog to the... — More…