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Rudolf Buchbinder – Soirée de Vienne sounds echoes of the celebrated Austrian pianist’s home city in the form of music closely associated with it. The recording, released by Deutsche Grammophon on 25 November, captures both the lost world of salon soirées and Vienna’s legendary attitude to life, with its heady blend of intensity and insouciance, ea…
 
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Five peaceful instrumental tracks with a seasonal flair that will help you find a more peaceful Christmas. "Peaceful Christmas” is my first Christmas EP and is all about peace. Track Listing: 1 O Tannenbaum 2 Jingle Bells 3 Carol of the Bells 4 Carol of the Bells (Slow) 5 Silent Night Help support our show by purchasing this album at: Downloads (cl…
 
2022 marks the bicentenary of César Franck, undoubtedly one of the most prolific composers in 19th century France. Of German ancestry, born in Liège, Belgium, he made his career in Paris. He left a substantial oeuvre of orchestral, choral and chamber music as well as pieces for piano and organ. He was one of the first musicians to take up the harmo…
 
Curtis Studio kicks off with the Curtis Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Finnish Maestro Osmo Vänskä, performing Rimsky-Korsakov’s Scheherazade (releasing December 6, 2022). The performance was recorded as part of Curtis’s imaginative new performance installation–Immersive Scheherazade, which invited audiences to sit alongside live musicians perfor…
 
Daniel Robert Elfman (born May 29, 1953) is an American film composer, singer, and songwriter. He came to prominence as the singer-songwriter for the new wave band Oingo Boingo in the early 1980s. Since the 1990s, Elfman has garnered international recognition for composing over 100 feature film scores, as well as compositions for television, stage …
 
La resurrezione (The Resurrection), HWV 47, is an oratorio by George Frideric Handel, set to a libretto by Carlo Sigismondo Capece (1652–1728). Capece was a court poet to Queen Marie Casimire of Poland, who was living in exile in Rome. It was first performed on Easter Sunday, 8 April 1708 at Rome, with the backing of the Marchese Francesco Ruspoli,…
 
Classical guitarist Xuefei Yang announces the release of Guitar Favourites, her next album by UMG China on the Decca label. The album represents Xuefei’s unlikely journey to become the finest Chinese guitarist on the world stage through a collection of much-loved tracks known to classical guitar lovers around the world. Xuefei has put together a pe…
 
The duo's debut album, in original works inspired by the cycles of love. Soprano voice and trombone, accompanied by piano. Tracklist 1. Pocket Poetry No. 1: I. Youth - (2:09) 2. Pocket Poetry No. 1: II. I feel so calm - (3:33) 3. Pocket Poetry No. 1: III. Daily issues - (4:04) 4. Pocket Poetry No. 1: IV. Miss You - (4:13) 5. Pocket Poetry No. 1: V.…
 
Decca Classics is proud to announce Nelson Freire-Memories: The Unreleased Recordings 1970-2019.The release pays tribute to the great Brazilian pianist, who passed away on 1 November 2021 and would have been 78 this October. It includes previously unreleased studio recordings and broadcast performances spanning concertos from Beethoven to Bartok. P…
 
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Jephte or Historia di Jephte is an important exemplar of the mid-17th-century Historia Sacra form composed by Giacomo Carissimi around 1650 (probably 1648), based on the story of Jephtha in the Old Testament Book of Judges. The work follows what is considered the classic early Baroque oratorio form with a Biblical text related by soloists and choru…
 
France chamber collective Snowdrops return to Injazero Records for their third album Missing Island, a musical fresco in seven pieces, a naturalist painting that exists between contemporary classical, post-folk, and electro-acoustic music. Missing Island is the sequel to the highly acclaimed Volutes (2020), and again sees multi-instrumentalists Chr…
 
Sony Music Masterworks today releases THE FABELMANS (ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE SOUNDTRACK) by five-time Academy Award® winner JOHN WILLIAMS. Available everywhere now, the album features an original musical score composed by Williams for director Steven Spielberg’s deeply personal cinematic memory of the forces, and family, that shaped his life and ca…
 
Deutsche Grammophon today unveils Iconic, a new album by genre-defying and multi-award-winning violinist David Garrett. Inspired by the legendary violinists whose dazzling showpieces and heart-melting melodies he fell in love with as a child, Garrett has recorded works by Bach, Dvorák, Gluck, Kreisler, Mendelssohn and Schumann, among many others. H…
 
Rappresentatione di anima et di corpo (Portrayal of the Soul and the Body) is a musical work by Emilio de' Cavalieri to a libretto by Agostino Manni (1548-1618). With it, Cavalieri regarded himself as the composer of the first opera or oratorio. Whether he was actually the first is subject to some academic debate, as is whether the work is better c…
 
Letter to the World includes four vocal compositions from different stages of Leisner’s career: two from the 1980s, one from 2002, and one from 2011. This portrait album of Leisner’s oeuvre for voice and instruments features soprano Katherine Whyte, tenor Andrew Fuchs, baritone Michael Kelly, violinist Sarah Whitney, oboist Scott Bartucca, cellist …
 
Zuber describes his debut album, “I thought that it would be interesting in this debut album to explore some of the repertoires that Chopin composed as a very young man. When he was flexing his pianistic muscles, so to speak, before he retreated to a life of mainly composition and teaching.” Purchase the music (without talk) at: The Young Chopin (c…
 
Following her passion for seeking out rare musical gems, Angèle Dubeau presents Portrait: Alex Baranowski, the 6th opus in her series of albums dedicated to contemporary composers, which began in 2008 with Portrait: Philippe Glass. Purchase the music (without talk) at Itunes or Amazon. Classical Music Discoveries is sponsored by Uber. @CMDHedgecock…
 
Deutsche Grammophon is proud to be honoring the supreme artistry of Daniel Barenboim as he approaches his 80th birthday on 15 November. The great pianist and conductor’s remarkable legacy of recordings for the Yellow Label remains the focus of a major campaign comprising three albums, two DG Stage concerts, and a series of e-video releases. Today, …
 
The work is a dramatic oratorio and is considered a much more humanistic portrayal of Christ's passion than other settings, such as those by Bach. It concludes at the point of Jesus personally accepting his fate, placing the emphasis on his own decision rather than the later Crucifixion or Resurrection. The oratorio is scored for soprano, tenor, an…
 
In 2022, Michel Legrand would have turned 90 (February 25). Composer, conductor, pianist, singer, and stage director: Michel broke down the barriers between jazz, symphonic music, musical comedy, and popular music. A musical legend, three-times Oscar winner, Legrand left a prolific body of work, with themes that have taken hold in the collective me…
 
Eric Schorr writes…..My journey began several years ago when I began to read what would turn out to be many hundreds of contemporary poems with an eye (and ear) toward selecting just a few to turn into art songs. I started with the work of poets with whom I was already familiar. But I quickly branched out. I spent days in New York City’s unique Poe…
 
John Metcalfe’s new holiday album, Carols Without Words. Metcalfe composed ten stunning new orchestral arrangements of holiday classics, incorporating his signature blend of instrumental melodies and ambient electronica, and recorded them at Abbey Road Studios in September 2022. The selected carols include classics such as Silent Night, Coventry Ca…
 
This album strives to understand the varying ways composers comprehend grief, loss, and death. How do they cope, their hearts broken, their peace gone? And how can we cope? In this combination of works, Weiss has tried to follow the paths these great composers walked in their own grief. Their tracks lead us from death back towards life, from horror…
 
In celebration of the 60th anniversary of the James Bond cinematic franchise, Decca Records presents Bond 25, an orchestrated album featuring all 25 of the iconic films’ themes expertly reimagined and newly-recorded by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Bond 25’ Tracklist 1. James Bond Theme - 'Dr. No’ 2. From Russia With Love - 'From Russia With Lo…
 
Presenting a style that adopts simple and minimalist performances, the composer and pianist from Rio de Janeiro, Isaiah Rizzo, reaches his second album BETWEEN LIGHTS & SHADOWS with 13 original instrumental songs. Tracklist 1. The Shape of Night (3:19) 2. Silhouettes (3:59) 3. You are a Memory (4:57) 4. The Pale Moonlight (3:31) 5. Yugen (3:52) 6. …
 
Shani’s eloquent interpretation of the symphony highlights the contrasting moods of this three-movement work. Under his baton, the orchestra conveys every last spark of the intense, restless energy of its outer movements, whose turbulence reflects the wartime backdrop against which the symphony was written. Creating an oasis of calm between the two…
 
Stunning new recording of a reconstructed Christmas Vespers as they may have been heard in St. Mark’s Basilica Venice, in the first half of the 17th Century under maestro di cappella Claudio Monteverdi Purchase the music (without talk) at: Monteverdi: Christmas Vespers (classicalmusicdiscoveries.store) Your purchase helps to support our show! Class…
 
L'Orfeo (SV 318), sometimes called La favola d'Orfeo [la ˈfaːvola dorˈfɛːo], is a late Renaissance/early Baroque favola in musica, or opera, by Claudio Monteverdi, with a libretto by Alessandro Striggio. It is based on the Greek legend of Orpheus and tells the story of his descent to Hades and his fruitless attempt to bring his dead bride Eurydice …
 
Cate Blanchett can be heard on the album conducting rehearsals of Mahler’s Fifth Symphony (as Lydia Tár) with great skill. She describes her collaboration with the Dresdner Philharmonie and its concertmaster Wolfgang Hentrich as “a great, and life-changing, privilege”. “How truly blessed I am,” adds Blanchett, “to have my name appear anywhere near …
 
Considered two of the greatest violinists working in Brazil, Cruz and Baldini are longtime friends; Spallas of the São Paulo State Symphony Orchestra – OSESP, in 2008 created the acclaimed Quarteto OSESP that featured Cruz on viola and Baldini - who remains to this day - on violin. Purchase the music (without talk) at: Mozart and Pleyel Violin and …
 
The 13 postcards for piano that make up Dvorák’s Poetic Tone Pictures were written in the Spring of 1889, and signal a shift in style from a composer moving away from formal constructions towards a freer, inspired aesthetic. Among these charming pieces are evocations of magic and mystery (‘The Old Castle’), rustic dances (‘Furiant’ and ‘Peasant Bal…
 
I’m fascinated by human psychology and my passion for this field of study has helped me understand the dualism that has always been part of the way I express myself musically,” explains the artist. “On my previous albums, the emotional world of the piano and the more cognitive world of electronic music have fused together to create new sonic perspe…
 
Celebrated sopranos Isabel Bayrakdarian (four times a Juno Award winner) and Hila Plitmann (a pair of GRAMMY® Awards and a longtime Abel collaborator) are joined by mezzo-soprano Kindra Scharich in presenting the song cycles Trois Femmes du Cinema and 1966, and debuting Two Scenes from The Book of Esther, a provocative excerpt from an opera in deve…
 
H.M.S. Pinafore; or, The Lass That Loved a Sailor is a comic opera in two acts, with music by Arthur Sullivan and a libretto by W. S. Gilbert. It opened at the Opera Comique in London, on 25 May 1878 and ran for 571 performances, which was the second-longest run of any musical theatre piece up to that time. H.M.S. Pinafore was Gilbert and Sullivan'…
 
My odyssey with Elliott Carter's Piano Sonata (1945-1946) began in the Summer of 201 7. While this work is widely regarded as an early example of his mature style, Carter's Piano Sonata still sounded incredibly modern to me at first. With that said, beneath its remark­ ably contrapuntal complexity, I discovered a highly dramatic work encompassing a…
 
Balmorhea’s Deutsche Grammophon debut album, The Wind, moved reviewers and listeners alike with its contemplative blend of ambient and electronic sounds. The Wind – Deluxe, set for digital release on 22 July 2022, offers the chance to discover four previously unreleased tracks from the Texas-based duo’s original sessions. It also includes remixes b…
 
GRAMMY-nominated violist and composer Nick Revel, a founding member of the PUBLIQuartet, releases his second album, Dream Collider, on Sapphire Records. With styles leaning heavily on both pop-inspired electronic music and ambient-style film music, Revel leads the listener on a journey that questions the traditional sound of the viola. Revel descri…
 
Son of Cornwall is a feature documentary about the world-renowned opera tenor John Treleaven. During his forty-year career, he performed in many of the greatest operas including Siegfried, Tannhauser, Carmen, and La Boheme. In the documentary directed by John's son Lawrence Richards, the two of them take a trip to Treleaven's native homeland in Cor…
 
A soloist in the GRAMMY® winning album Duruflé: The Complete Choral Works, Cecilia has been praised by The New York Times as “A creamy voiced mezzo­soprano.” Born in Chihuahua, Mexico, Cecilia is a versatile singer that has performed around the world singing a variety of music styles, with a focus on early and contemporary music. Cecilia has been g…
 
Fortune dealt Hans Rott a cruel hand. The Austrian composer, born in Vienna in 1858, struggled as a freelance musician and died at the age of twenty-five soon after succumbing to mental illness. Rott’s name lives on thanks to his Symphony No. 1 in E major and receives top billing in a new recording of the work by the Bamberger Symphoniker and its C…
 
The Pirates of Penzance; or, The Slave of Duty is a comic opera in two acts, with music by Arthur Sullivan and libretto by W. S. Gilbert. The opera's official premiere was at the Fifth Avenue Theatre in New York City on 31 December 1879, where the show was well received by both audiences and critics. Its London debut was on 3 April 1880, at the Ope…
 
The album, recorded at the Convocation Hall of the University of Alberta in Canada, explores a nationalist-inspired repertoire, composed at different times and by different creative personalities. Presenting musical elements that refer to the traditions of folklore and popular Brazilian rhythms, Sonata Para Viola e Piano by Mozart Camargo Guarnieri…
 
Smith says, “When a wave begins, it gathers momentum, so with this collection of music I see a gathering of energy into our modern era. I perceive this momentum in each of these composers’ works as propelling the arts forward in their time… And so, we continue today in the wave of momentum which began long ago.” Momentum Track List Sergei Sergeyevi…
 
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