Monthly Archive: June 2015
Choral bombast at its best, though some might consider it a little overdone.
June 16, 2015/ SACD & Other Hi-Res Reviews/
Certainly the market here is for curiosity seekers but there is no reason to not be one and listen.
The young Swiss pianist Jean-Baptiste Mueller finds kindred spirits in Chopin and Schumann, both of whom he performs stylistically.
The third and last multi-CD set covering the audiophile recordings of Mercury Living Presence.
A terrific and fairly complete Soler set at a bargain price.
Fine music from an often overlooked Russian great.
The main film is one of the most important in the development of cinema and a must see.
Carlo Grante adds his name to the immortal list of great “Gaspards” in this survey of Ravel’s keyboard music. …
A hodgepodge of mostly East Indian music from the Wes Anderson film.
A realm where the only constant is persistent curiosity about what will happen next.