Monthly Archive: April 2014
A soaring, radiant, yet bleak reading of a work that embodies many contradictory elements.
by John Sunier/ April 29, 2014/ Classical CD Reviews/
The colorful Malcolm Sargent delivers an equally colorful series of Tchaikovsky performances from vintage appearances with the Royal Philharmonic.
by John Sunier/ April 28, 2014/ Classical Reissue Reviews/
Unearthing music from a man once considered a consummate master.
Another Schumann? Another Brahms? Absolutely!
Tharaud’s “In Celebration of the Encore” enchants us with a garden of gentle but brilliantly played delights.
Présent’s early albums get a definitive reissue treatment.
by John Sunier/ April 28, 2014/ Pop/Rock/World CD Reviews/
The Cypress Quartet and guest Gary Hoffman realize a potent rendition of Schubert’s late masterpieces, delivered in fine sound.
It’s getting to be a habit—every new recording by Mr. Brawn demands attention.
Two great female jazz vocalists you should know if you don't already.
by John Sunier/ April 28, 2014/ Jazz CD Reviews/
This virtuoso of the electric violin provides an interesting mix of contemporary music.
by John Sunier/ April 27, 2014/ Classical CD Reviews/