Monthly Archive: November 2015
“Not mainstream history”, or music, but well worth a listen.
November 29, 2015/ Classical CD Reviews/
Conductor Marc Andeae presents us a triptych of Romantic “originals,” - musically and historically beguiling.
The first volume of Quincy Porter quartets bespeaks a master of a contrapuntal, personal idiom.
Isabelle Faust completes her Brahms sonata cycle, with complements from Schumann and Dietrich.
Masterful Beethoven and Brahms from Cembal d’mour’s keyboard giant, Mindru Katz.
Two terrific film portraits of musical genius Daniil Trifonov.
Three viola sonatas of Hindemith played with warmth and intelligence.
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A surpisingly enjoyable 1916 silent serial on Sherlock Holmes, beautifully restored.
Violinist Georg Kulenkampff has his Decca Brahms sonata cycle restored, a testament to the artist’s fine gifts.