Monthly Archive: January 2019
CLARKE: Viola Sonata; BRIDGE: Cello Sonata – Natalie Clein, cello/ Christian Ihle Hadland, piano – Hyperion
Early 20th century English cello sonatas rooted in the Romantic past
Sol Gabetta plays SCHUMANN: Five Pieces in Folk-style; Fantasy Pieces for Cello and Piano; Cello Concerto – Sony
Sol Gabetta presents a wonderful walk through Robert Schumann’s works for ‘cello…
This week, The Music Treasury is presenting recordings of the conductor Josef Krips. Krips was a significant figure in the world 20th century conducting, leading orchestras and opera houses in Boston, San Francisco, Vienna, London, and Berlin. Quite comfortable with the standard literature of the day, Krips also championed new composers, and featured many world premiers […]
A pianist with a consistent new confidence and melodic prowess.
Audiophile vinyl reissue of early Keith Jarrett European Quartet is noteworthy.
You are forgiven if you’ve never heard the music of Robert Groslot, but well worth knowing!
Cannonball Adderley, live in Seattle…
Historic Recordings of Impressionist Composers by Marius-Francois Gaillard and Carmen Guilbert, from the skillful hands of engineer Mark Obert-Thorn.
Another sonic blockbuster from 2L
New label, new program—Thomas Hampson at his best.
Rachel Barton Pine and Matthew Hagle team up for a breathtaking presentation of music by Black composers.
A beautiful traversal of some complex, interior pieces.
Ambient soundscapes for an iconoclastic artist.
20th century conductor Jascha Horenstein is highlighted in this week’s “The Music Treasury”
A wonderful new voice on the British choral scene
Organ jazz trio plus a whole lot more in the mix.
Yet another exceptional release from Mark Obert-Thorn and the engineers at Pristine Audio, of recordings by Max Fiedler for the German Radio.
Brahms favorite genre for solo piano are rendered in this new release by Garrick Ohlsson.
A swinging, live concert document.
A mellow finish to the third year of Newvelle Records audiophile vinyl releases…
An epic collection of Guillou’s Organ compositions in stunning 5.1 sound
“Chord-less” jazz that is melodically enticing.