Classical Reissue Reviews
Two “pirate” collaborations by the legendary Sergiu Celibidache involve some sonic deficiencies, but the musical rewards outweigh the drawbacks.
February 17, 2014/ Classical Reissue Reviews/
Testament resurrects rare and powerful documents of Noel Mewton-Wood, the tragically short-lived Australian pianist of potent conviction and virtuoso temperament.
Vol. 2 of a fine series by the Amadeus-Quartet.
Devotees of conductor Rudolf Kempe will delight in two major additions to his discography, particularly in the Mahler interpretation.
These two enhanced Munch performances from RCA archives make an immediate, entirely gratifying impact, poetic and powerful.
Karl Boehm leads a sturdy program at Salzburg 1962 of Mozart, Mahler, and Strauss with the Berlin Philharmonic, assisted by …
Karajan’s devotion to the Verdi Requiem institutionalized its conscientious performance at the Salzburg Festival, and Testament restores a marvelous 1962 …
Two performances from Leon Fleisher’s early years attest to a natural stylist in the music of Mozart and Beethoven.
A worthy tribute to a fine and important composer.
A previously unreleased concert by Rudolf Kempe from Salzburg proves eminently instructive and rewarding at every turn.