Monthly Archive: March 2015
Pandora/Naxos Licensing Deal Felt to be Unfair?; Additions to the National Recording Registry; Goodby to CDs?
March 31, 2015/ Audio News/
Bass and drums: it adds up to more than what you might expect.
Don’t let the title throw you off—this is riveting stuff!
Over an hour of the music of mystic Alexander Scriabin, a labyrinth of the ineffably compelling and perennially challenging personalities.
A solid Russian program from 1968 testifies to the easy, fluent virtuosity of the Weiss Duo, whose work gleaned praise …
The famed - even notorious - inscription of the 1943 Bruckner Seventh under Karl Boehm has a splendid revival in …
Three free jazz guys walk into a studio…what happened next is a Song for a New Decade.
Some very nice playing and some new finds.
Pianist Boris Giltburg finds refreshing bravura and poetry in three of Schumann’s most often realized suites of miniatures.
Les McCann – free form music from the heart and a photo collection book to treasure.