Audiophile Audition Archive
A big band tribute to jazz ballads hits the mark!
Gautier Capucon, with Martha Argerich, Bernard Haitink, Rene Capucon, present Robert Schumann’s major works for cello
Six decades of great vibes from Gary Burton…
Verdi: Messa da Requiem (In Memory of Dmitri Hvorostovsky) – St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra/ Yuri Temirkinov – Delos
A hugely mounted performance, this by Termirkanov and company, of the great Requiem by Verdi.
A breathtaking review of the Munich Philharmonic’s repertoire!
A Bristol based folk a capella group takes this potent and universal genre to new heights.
Stile Antico is radiant in their rendering of this Sacred and Secular Choral Music!
Perceptive and attentive jazz from a talented quintet.
A release filled with gratifying engaging music
A rich tribute to the composer Rachmaninoff, his piano trios as rendered by Kremer, Trifonov, and Dirvanauskaite.
A birthday salute to Wilhelm Furtwängler!
Stretching the boundaries of the organ trio…
The latest project of the long-running large ensemble featuring works by Anthony Braxton and Wet Ink composer Sam Pluta and Eric Wubbels.
Modernist jazz with a wide-open tone.
LSO Live has released Gardiner’s Mendelssohn in an inexpensive box set.
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…