Karajan’s devotion to the Verdi Requiem institutionalized its conscientious performance at the Salzburg Festival, and Testament restores a marvelous 1962 …
January 30, 2014/ Classical Reissue Reviews/
Onward we go—Kuijken’s series continues ablaze, and this, like the others, is recommended.
Two performances from Leon Fleisher’s early years attest to a natural stylist in the music of Mozart and Beethoven.
Dimitar Nenov seems to have been a composer constantly in transition. For me, the earlier work is more interesting, but …
A very rewarding program by one of the best classical saxophonists you’re ever likely to hear.
A worthy tribute to a fine and important composer.
A worthy collection of a trombone paired with a variety of instruments and voices.
An excellent sampling of one of the most popular composers of the late Renaissance.
Library of Congress Acquires Max Roach’s Legacy Collection; Selected 56th Annual GRAMMY Awards
As in a few others in this series, one has to ask what the marketing people were thinking.
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