Monthly Archive: January 2014
A stunning collection that will keep you enthralled for the rest of your life.
by John Sunier/ January 2, 2014/ Classical Reissue Reviews/
A most enjoyable guitar quartet album of Spanish-flavored music.
by John Sunier/ January 2, 2014/ Classical CD Reviews/
Heavy metal listeners get an ear-full on Metallica’s soundtrack.
by John Sunier/ January 2, 2014/ Pop/Rock/World CD Reviews/
Our January drawing/giveaway is for one of six hi-res Pure Audio Blu-rays from Sono Luminus plus a standard CD of …
by John Sunier/ January 1, 2014/ Home Page/
Husa’s music is always worth hearing, and these pieces are quite important.
Subtle and intricate musical settings that truly define the words “art songs”.
Beethoven’s First and Seventh Symphonies in pleasing performances by New York’s Park Avenue Chamber Symphony.
Well played and beautifully-recorded. This program deserves a wider audience than just brass fanciers.
by John Sunier/ January 1, 2014/ SACD & Other Hi-Res Reviews/
Harbach continues her series with MSR, well-received in many quarters including this one.
A must-have collection for Vaughan Williams lovers.