Monthly Archive: February 2014
Wonderfully executed in an engaging and meaningful way, it is well worth a listen!
February 26, 2014/ Classical CD Reviews/
Audyssey 60 Degrees Introduced; Spotify New Service: Forgotify; Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center’s Great Season; Sacramento Philharmonic/Opera Chief Quits; …
Far from your usual jazz vocalist, Dorough is an acquired but extremely worthwhile taste.
Larsson turns to neglected Haydn with great effect.
Matsuev has the measure of this music, though a few places the interpretative choices don’t really work.
Jonathan Biss extends his persuasive grasp of the Beethoven sonatas with three works from Beethoven’s “new path” period.
A big bountiful bundle of Bley for all tastes.
Musical reflections of The Grand Canyon well played and nicely recorded.
The complete 1939 Berlin Philharmonic recordings by Victor de Sabata, whom many considered the finest conductor of his generation. …
A great recording now available in hi-res but only two channels.