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Alice Coote (mezzo-soprano)
Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra, Marc Albrecht
A mezzo can bring so many colours to the expression, and in that respect Alice Coote matches the previously unsurpassable challenge of Janet Baker with Barbirolli. There’s even a plus: the height,... — More…
Handel, Vivaldi, and Bach
Bejun Mehta (countertenor)
Akademie fur Alte Musik Berlin
Mehta’s voice remains light and graceful, and his general ability to move around the small notes is only occasionally compromised by untidiness. The period-instrument orchestra’s flautist, Christoph... — More…
Anna Lucia Richter (soprano), Gerold Huber (piano), Matthias Schorn (clarinet)
Richter is still early in her career, yet demonstrates astonishing versatility, insight and intelligence in this programme of Schubert songs. Gerold Huber’s extensive experience as an accompanist... — More…
Alice Coote (mezzo), Burkhard Fritz (tenor)
Netherlands Philharmonic, Marc Albrecht
Coote takes Dame Janet Baker's rapt introspection to a new level; Fritz has the vocal stamina but can seem a little ungainly...[Albrecht's] vocal exhortations inspire sympathetic playing even... — More…
Songs of Lost Voices
Joyce DiDonato (mezzo), Ekaterina Gorlova, Ashley Traughbet (sopranos) Nathan Gunn (baritone), Dawn Walker (flute), Dawn Harms (violin), Marc Teicholz (guitar), Emil Miland (cello), Carol Wincenc (flute), Jake Heggie (piano), Stephen Costello (tenor), Jose Gonvalez Granero (clarinet), Talise Trevigne...
Though Heggie's thematic ideas might seem a bit commonplace on first hearing, listeners are advised to stay alert to each song's last note. Invariably, one is ambushed by the music's cumulative... — More…