Classical Reissue Reviews
Outstanding performances from 50 years ago conducted by Albert Wolff, of fascinating out-of-the-way repertoire.
June 25, 2014/ Classical Reissue Reviews/
Impeccable taste and flawless technique define the art of Jean-Pierre Rampal in Baroque and Classical styles.
The essential Liszt staples by Sviatoslav Richter in Moscow, potent alternatives to his commercial concerto records issued by Philips.
Julius Patzak brings a Viennese pathos and authenticity to Schubert’s two major song cycles.
The Argentine Martha Argerich in youthful recital, 1957 and 1960, in works both colorful and virtuosic.
Pristine issues the fourth installment of the 1927 Beethoven Centennial series, with Felix Weingartner.
Pristine Classics adds its own Reiner survey of Richard Strauss to a variety of sources.
In a triumph of “authenticity,” this set restores the complete Gustav Holst recorded legacy in startlingly improved sound for the …
Erato reissues the two Brahms piano concertos with Nicholas Angelich; offers impressive, sympathetic interpretations.
Sir Malcolm Sargent proves a credible leader in the music of Sibelius, a composer he well championed in performance and …