Monthly Archive: September 2014
JoAnn Falletta and her Buffalo Philharmonic find bravura vehicles in the scores of young Bartok, which showcase everyone in glowing …
September 12, 2014/ Classical CD Reviews/
A composer that will kindle sparks in the hearts of many, if not all.
Contemporary brass music played with passion and well recorded.
This will remind you of a lot of other Baltic offerings from awhile ago.
A rarity arrives again newly digitized. Souzay is generally great, but is this one of his best?
A “happy accident,” indeed, as we hear stereo effects from golden age readings of significant repertory, brilliantly restored.
For the Annie Fischer centennial, Hungaraton proffers her potent keyboard art in two works that well defined her musical ambitions.
An ambitious and surrealistically bizarre allegory in the guise of a Western.
A thrilling SACD in performance and recording - but a bit short on music.
UHD Blu-rays Coming in 2015; The Film Detective to Reissue Restored Classic Titles; Summer Rebound for Consumer Electronics at Costco; …