Classical Reissue Reviews
A previously unreleased concert by Rudolf Kempe from Salzburg proves eminently instructive and rewarding at every turn.
January 27, 2014/ Classical Reissue Reviews/
Evgeny Svetlanov in London brings his patented, energetic style to bear on non-Russian works he clearly leads with refined fervor. …
An immense immersion in early music, with essays and interviews in a 388-p. bound book and performance reissues on five …
The much-neglected music of Harl McDonald enjoys a healthy revival in this collection from Philadelphia Orchestra historic performances.
The final concerto recordings by Pablo Casals command our musical and emotional interest in spite of a waning technique.
All the Rautavaara choral music you might ever need, and there is a lot of it.
At half the normal price, this is really hard to resist.
It’s about time Chandos released these in a mid-price compilation: three discs that represent one of the glories of their …
Vol. 3 of a brass series remastered from LP releases by Crystal Records.
Two impressively mounted cello concertos performed by Danish virtuoso Bengtsson attest to his easy virtuosity in diverse styles.