Monthly Archive: March 2015
Esfahani throws his hat into the Rameau ring, with quite a lot of success.
March 13, 2015/ Classical CD Reviews/
Bluesman and technology make a great pair.
A skillful use of black & white widescreen format, and a samurai film classic.
A rather mixed bag offers some rewards but the concept is odd.
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Two superb examples of Brahms’s choral expertise.
Fine singing and performances from a reliable source—I just wish the video would work.
Restored performances of vintage Michelangeli in German repertory cast a new, decisive sheen on an already brilliant legacy.
An almost unknown work by a composer known for another work, plus an unknown composer.
Less than I had hoped for, but more than run-of-the-mill, with some glorious moments.