The impassioned music of two contemporaries has stunning realization by Vilde Frang and her select group of musical collaborators.
Warm and exotic, the music of Saint-Saens has an illuminated presence from Utah, including a “new” score.
An incredible collection of music and musicians centered on the theme of compassion.
An excellent celebratory album.
The four Rachmaninov concertos and Rhapsody could hardly be more “authentic” than those presented by the composer in lustrous remastering.
A new vinyl release of a 1981 recording of Carmina Burana is up to the task.
Volume 3 of Korevaar’s traversal maintains the high standards already set.
Performaned on Buxtehude’s Organs by Harald Vogel, Buxtehude’s Early Organ Works.
The 1953 Mahler First under Jascha Horenstein has its own epic merits, and it bears many moments of ravishing style.
Cellist Inbal Segev makes her Avie debut in three Romantic staples that allow her and pianist Pohjonen to shine.
Disc 2 in what one hopes will be a long and inventive series.
A worth reissue of some incredible choral music.
A gorgeous album in typically gorgeous 2L sound.
Elegant and passionate Tchaikovsky chamber music from the Meccore String Quartet and gifted guests.
A new vinyl reissue of the 1986 Nutcracker Soundtrack is worthy of this historic ballet.
Todd Crow pays distinctive and sensitive homage to Chopin’s most ambitious form devoted to the music of his native Poland.
A dramatic presentation of unknown religious arias that carry the operatic traditions of high baroque opera.
A combination of scholarly authenticity and persuasive passions, this Isserlis recital of Chopin and Schubert testifies to a labor of love.
A modern Requiem that excites and stimulates
In their debut recording, this series of unfamiliar Liszt thoughts and imaginative fragments will long fascinate the Liszt connoisseur.
Evocative and often gripping music from Austrailia
“A reference standard on baroque violin, sublimely balanced; free of gimmicks and histrionics.”