Berlin Classics Archive
CPE BACH: Die Letzten Leiden des Erlösers (The Last Sufferings of the Savior) – Soloists/ Hartmut Haenchen – Berlin Classics (2 CDs)
C. P. E. Bach’s oratorio-in-all-but-name builds in color and intensity as it progresses.
C.P.E. BACH: Die Letzten Leiden des Erlösers (The Last Sufferings of the Savior) -Soloists/ Ch. Orch. Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach/ RIAS Ch. Choir/ Hartmut Haenchen – Berlin Classics (2 CDs)
C.P.E. Bach’s oratorio-in-all-but-name builds in color and intensity as it progresses in this performance – sympathetic, beautifully-played and well-sung.
BACH: Brandenburg Concertos 1 – 6 – Concerto Köln – Berlin Classics (2 CDs)
Concerto Köln throws a series of spins on the familiar but never old Bandenburgs.
MOZART: Clarinet Concerto & Quintet – Berlin Classics
A winner on all scores.
SMETANA: Ma Vlast (complete) – Gewandhaus Orchestra/ Vaclav Neumann, conductor – Berlin Classics
A recording with a lot of pedigree is back once again in the catalog, but the sound might preclude it as an only choice.
SCHUMANN: Cello Concerto in A Minor; Adagio and Allegro; Fantasiestuecke for Piano and Cello; Five Pieces in Folk Style – Jan Vogler, cello/Bruno Canino, piano/Munich Chamber Orchestra/Christoph Poppen – Berlin Classics Edel Kultur
A handsomely mounted reissue of the Schumann cello works with the gifted Jan Vogler and veteran pianist Bruno Canino.
J.S. BACH: The Six Sonatas & Partitas for Solo Violin, BWV 1001-1006 – Kristof Barati, violin – Berlin Classic
A revelatory reading of the Bach oeuvre for solo violin, played and recorded in masterful fashion.