Monthly Archive: January 2014
A worthy collection of a trombone paired with a variety of instruments and voices.
by John Sunier/ January 29, 2014/ Classical CD Reviews/
An excellent sampling of one of the most popular composers of the late Renaissance.
by John Sunier/ January 29, 2014/ SACD & Other Hi-Res Reviews/
Library of Congress Acquires Max Roach’s Legacy Collection; Selected 56th Annual GRAMMY Awards
by John Sunier/ January 28, 2014/ Audio News/
As in a few others in this series, one has to ask what the marketing people were thinking.
This is a terrific album. Why it was released in this format is anyone’s guess.
An outstanding re-release of an already superior album.
The world’s leading tenor? Could be.
It’s hard to complain about this magnificent reissue, no matter what format it comes in.
A classic recording if not the classic recording. But why stop short of surround sound, when it’s already been offered …
A previously unreleased concert by Rudolf Kempe from Salzburg proves eminently instructive and rewarding at every turn.
by John Sunier/ January 27, 2014/ Classical Reissue Reviews/