Monthly Archive: January 2015
A horn and drum duo who take free-improvisation to subtle, superb heights.
by John Sunier/ January 26, 2015/ Jazz CD Reviews/
Audiophile label proves less is more on this recording!
by John Sunier/ January 26, 2015/ SACD & Other Hi-Res Reviews/
World premier contemporary brass and organ.
by John Sunier/ January 26, 2015/ Classical CD Reviews/
The brilliant variety of Romantic and post-Romantic four-hand music has a colorful exposition here from Veit and Lucius.
by John Sunier/ January 26, 2015/ Classical Reissue Reviews/
Taiwanese drama about a would-be dancer and a blind pianist.
by John Sunier/ January 23, 2015/ DVD & Blu-ray Video Reviews/
DTS Competition to Dolby Atmos: DTS:X; Sony Hi-Res Digital Walkmen; Starz Adds DTS-HD Surround; CES - All About the Bling
by John Sunier/ January 23, 2015/ Audio News/
Hungarian maestro Swarowsky brings creditable energy and poise to two of Tchaikovsky’s less neurotic, early symphonies.
by John Sunier/ January 23, 2015/ Classical Reissue Reviews/
A lovely disc of French chamber music written during World War I.
A triumph of will and technical audacity, Daniil Trifonov’s Carnegie Hall recital explores the Romantic ethos brilliantly.
Oboist pushes the boundaries of classical music.