Monthly Archive: August 2014
A fine display of the Atlanta Symphony’s impressive credentials in the music of Sibelius.
August 10, 2014/ Classical CD Reviews/
Howard Shelley shatters the “singular success” image of Benjamin Godard with a collection of virtuoso keyboard works.
A new and gifted Scriabin acolyte arises, convinced that the Russian mystic brings ecstatic joy to his hearers and believers. …
Some music is just that good that you want to listen to it over and over.
German violin virtuoso Tanja Becker-Bender applies her considerable talents to relatively neglected concertos from late Romanticism.
Richard Thompson goes unplugged for a fan-centered effort.
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The lion-like unpredictability of the acoustics of St. Paul’s are thoroughly tamed in this invigorating disc.
This recording sounds fresh, yet integrates many of the elements of classic ‘70s and ‘80s jazz.
Always intriguing, these works will challenge your attention a bit.