Monthly Archive: July 2015
The virtuoso and the poet meet happily in these two Romantic piano concertos, deftly performed by Vadym Kholodenko.
July 12, 2015/ Classical CD Reviews/
The elegant young harpist Lenaerts presents, with conductor Tabachnik, three silken vehicles for the instrument, colorful and well-recorded.
A listening experience that is both demanding and exhilarating.
The family that plays together…is well worth hearing.
For one hour, the potent bravura keyboard style of Rachmaninov has a natural acolyte in Jin Hwa Lee.
Territory we’ve heard before but pretty entertaining nonetheless.
An important film that changed the course of the modern sound cinema.
Richard Thompson collaborates with Jeff Tweedy and the result is a roots-based delight.
Nielsen finely played and ably recorded.
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