Monthly Archive: July 2022
BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 6 in F, “Pastoral”; STUCKY: Silent Spring – Pittsburgh Sym. Orch./ Manfred Honeck – Reference Recordings
Honeck: Beethoven, Stucky – two musical explorations of nature…
Barbirolli’s historic rendering of Elgar’s “Dream of Gerontius”…
Four 1980s albums showing Miles Davis moving in a new direction…
Nash… “the consistent allure of clear ensemble…”
The Staples Singers, fifty years later in pristine audiophile vinyl…
Another exploration from Pavlovic — Norway delights!
“Bach’s vision in that fusion of ratio and eros, intellect and intuition…”
Craft Recordings and Jazz Dispensary deliver more cool funk, but with samba magic.
This fine collection, traversing the early period of the Budapest String Quartet
“The playing shimmers with a voluptuous, old-world energy…”
“Powers’ trombone is by turns lyrical, dynamic… devilishly synthesized!”
A brilliantly re-mastered concert performance from 1980
“… a captivating blend of the folk and classical world”!
First Rate… vividly powerful performances…
Fritz Lehmann conducts French Music: Delibes, Gounoud – Bamberg Symphony Orchestra – Forgotten Records
A vibrant and thoroughly engaging restoration of neglected Lehmann repertory.
More of Horenstein’s legacy, in this orchestral music of Wagner