Monthly Archive: August 2014
Belgian soprano Rita Gorr brings a powerful luster to six staples of the French operatic repertory.
August 15, 2014/ Classical Reissue Reviews/
A laid back super-cool vampire love story.
Top-flight performances in brilliant sound of some basic orchestral repertory.
From 2005, this reissue is a stunner in every way.
************* MULTICHANNEL DISC OF THE MONTH ************* A knock-your-socks off album of tremendous sonic import, with radiant performances to …
Another stunning contemporary disc from two composers very much associated with the ASO.
Two top musicians offer extraordinary performances of Rachmaninoff and Prokofiev.
Two fascinating pieces that don’t quite uncover the enigma of the composer, though an obvious talent lies underneath.
Hewitt’s accessible Mozart doesn’t temper the easy-going antics of No. 22 or disguise the tempestuous meanderings of No. 24.
The classic interpreter of Brahms, the Busch Quartet, realizes the Master’s complete quartets with often gripping results.