Classical Reissue Reviews
Israeli keyboard legend Pnina Salzman celebrates her native land in contemporary music fashioned specifically from Middle-Eastern sources.
April 11, 2014/ Classical Reissue Reviews/
A two-CD set of some of the great Charles Gerhardt movie scores and a disc of many others from various …
Emil Gilels characteristically reveals his power and poetry in music by Brahms and Mozart from vintage performances from Russia.
An inflamed, virtually “anonymous” performance by Carlos Paita of Berlioz’s most ravishing score, this 1978 incarnation may prove a Romantic’s …
A glorious restoration of the 1927-1928 Parsifal recordings led by Karl Muck, considered master of this opera’s especial ethos.
Andrew Rose grants a new and powerfully refreshed sound to Dinu Lipatti’s Chopin, a colossal meeting of musical sympathies.
A totally successful compendium of classical and jazz that will introduce many to new musical discoveries.
Vintage Mozart from the youthful firebrand Argerich, here dazzling in one of the Mozart concertos she never recorded commercially.
Howard Shelley imbues virtuosity of expression and salon intimacy on these Rachmaninov transcriptions, extending through the composer’s creative life.
Fine music marred by a bad recording.