Monthly Archive: August 2014
Lovely assortment by Swiss harp duo Chevallier and Fleischmann.
August 29, 2014/ Classical CD Reviews/
Virtuoso Oscar Shumsky receives a generous part of his long overdue tribute as a master violinist of extraordinary range and …
A reconstruction of the 1889 premiere for a liturgical setting.
Some of the best symphonic scores for Hitchcock movies, including some first recordings.
Hristo Kazakov concludes a brace of fine Debussy Preludes albums.
Bold and gutsy, this latest outing from Prohaska sets a new bar.
Hang on to your seat! At nearly four minutes faster than most Mendelssohn recordings, Hoopes is in a hurry. Adams …
Excellent performances and sonics distinguish this fine trio of works by the Swedish composer, conductor and pianist.
Harman Seminar: “The Science of Loudspeaker-Room Calibration”; DGG Starts World’s First Classical Label Streaming App; Denon First with Dolby Atmos …
This is an album that captures the ear and the imagination of the listener.