Monthly Archive: January 2014
Master pianist Aldo Ciccolini’s sentimental tour of his favorite waltzes, drawn from French and selected national styles.
January 20, 2014/ Classical CD Reviews/
Sir Simon Rattle indulges in a spectacular sonics and large gestures for his all-Rachmaninov disc, a tour-de-force of color and …
A democratic duo displays delightful demeanor on a debut endeavor.
An appealing and approachable performer.
The final concerto recordings by Pablo Casals command our musical and emotional interest in spite of a waning technique.
Three free spirits explore intense music which more or less fits under the free-jazz umbrella.
Well-played Britten with a world premier selection.
An amazing amount of work went into this German attempt to capture the enhancements of stereo vinyl sound without its …
Attractive music attractively played: a fascinating portrait of European composers in self-exile.
A perfect disc for when you want to explore the more intimate side of Bach’s art.