Classical CD Reviews
Two unbelievably spectacular premiere recordings that should be on everyone’s “gotta have” list.
Mompou is an acquired taste, and one that some people simply won’t bother with. But there is much to admire …
Homilius—despite the rather staid name—has a lot of fire in him that demands to be heard in our time. He’s …
From Anton Rubinstein, two large scores, including an ambitious concerto and a “symphonic,” large suite.
A composer whose provincial activities do not reflect his cosmopolitan talent.
Art of Fugue on the organ—always the best bet, and Harbach brings it home.
A spectacular effort—but where is the rest?
An easy recommendation as one of the finest classical discs since the century began.
I was astounded at Hendricks’s soluble limpidity and profound emotion in this recording.
The series continues, and should prove to be a landmark when completed.