Classical Reissue Reviews
The tragically short-lived Julius Katchen has an expanded discography courtesy of RIAS tapes from his 1962 and 1964 studio recitals. …
May 6, 2014/ Classical Reissue Reviews/
A celebration of music from varied lands and composers in the Kronos Quartet tradition.
Newly-released Abbado performances from Lucerne provide pedestrian Schubert but exhilarated readings of Beethoven and Wagner.
The colorful Malcolm Sargent delivers an equally colorful series of Tchaikovsky performances from vintage appearances with the Royal Philharmonic.
Guild restores some rarely-played Russian opera suites led by a totally sympathetic Anatole Fistoulari.
A most ingenious programming ploy, calling on the huge Naxos collection of recordings.
Sir Thomas Beecham leads two historic performances of music by Strauss and Bloch; the latter he never inscribed formally for …
So far as “composers play their own works,” this release from Pristine of Erno von Dohnanyi’s EMI and Remington recordings …
The Weiss Duo presents two classic violin sonatas in splendid form, emotionally vibrant and poetically etched as every turn.
A superb collection that documents Decca’s mastery of the recording art.