Monthly Archive: July 2014
Zemtsov demonstrates with passionate authority just how versatile an instrument the viola is.
July 30, 2014/ SACD & Other Hi-Res Reviews/
In a recital from Paris, 1949, Alexander Brailowsky testifies to his poetic virtuosity, though within certain limits.
Hamelin once again proves his mettle as a fine Schumann interpreter, and adds Janacek’s masterpiece as a romantic sequel.
Two new discs explore the phenomenon of music in the Hapsburg Empire, both different, and both wonderfully effective.
An interesting but incomplete impression left by these unfamiliar works.
The 1973 double album gets a much deserved hi-res upgrade on this concert Blu-ray.
It’s good to have the SSO back in action with music that serves its tradition well.
Buoyant renditions of dance music expertly recorded.
A better birthday celebration could hardly be imagined on this terrific disc.
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