Classical CD Reviews
The saxophone’s full range explored in three diverse pieces.
March 3, 2014/ Classical CD Reviews/
Complex and fascinating wind music twinkles like the northern lights.
This superb disc is a wonderful representation of the French Harpsichord School, played with sophistication, emotion, and mastery.
Wonderfully executed in an engaging and meaningful way, it is well worth a listen!
Jonathan Biss extends his persuasive grasp of the Beethoven sonatas with three works from Beethoven’s “new path” period.
Musical reflections of The Grand Canyon well played and nicely recorded.
The two Brahms Piano Concerto renditions by Stephen Hough will satisfy connoisseurs and initiates to these symphonically-conceived works.
Two new releases of Vivaldi’s Four Seasons are both inspiring!
A fine sampling of Giuliani’s art, well played, beautifully recorded.
Violinistic derring-do by way of Sarasate transcriptions makes this album by Tianwa Yang hard to resist.