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THE leading classical CD review site with over 50,000 discs covered & around 10 new reviews published each weekday. Est. 1995. Tweets curated by
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WildKat London Feb 17
'It is difficult to imagine a finer concert to whet the appetite for the Gstaad Festival itself.' Make sure to check out 's wonderful review of and at Gstaad Menuhin Festival's Press Event! 🎶
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SeenandHeard-Int Feb 21
We see and hear 's much to enjoy from a superb cast including and and splendidly conducted by .
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Hyperion Records Ltd Feb 21
"I’ve never heard Prokofiev’s clashes and coruscations this fearlessly executed, the music’s dynamic swings effortlessly caught.... a spectacular achievement, and will surely pick up a fistful of awards... superlative sound" Thanks to Dan Morgan:
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MusicWeb Feb 20
with Prokofiev on "White-hot performances, straight from the forge; superlative sound, even by Hyperion’s stellar standards."
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Constant Lambert Feb 20
Percy & Friends: The Music of Grainger and his Circle, reviewed Piano works by Quilter, Balfour Gardiner, Cyril Scott, Norman O'Neill, Delius and Grainger.
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Michael Quinn Feb 19
Delighted to see this first, glowing review of ' Hush! on from John Quinn (no relation) for with several mentions of my notes. Do explore it: a fascinating programme wonderfully sung.
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Musicians' Union Feb 17
Musicians need to know if and how they will be able to keep after December 2020. That's why over 64,000 of us are calling for the . Sign the petition now ↓
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PENTATONE Feb 18
"Handel - Concerti Grossi Op. 6 - part 2" with the ​, led by their concertmaster , has been reviewed on !
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SOMM RECORDINGS Feb 18
“well worth hearing… If you are a Ferrier devotee then…you need to hear this 1948 performance; it’s an invaluable supplement and here it's presented in a transfer that will be hard to beat.” —John Quinn,
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Marie Ross Feb 18
A very thoughtful review of our new CD by for ! "This is an interpretation that brings out scenery and narrative in the music that you won’t have heard before, and to me is hardly ‘absolute music’ at all."
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MusicWeb Feb 17
with William Alwyn's early quartets in "conspicuously sensitive performances that respond to every facet of the composer’s writing."
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MusicWeb Feb 16
celebrates its proud Bruckner tradition with another coffee-table brick of a box: "an expensive proposition, [but] this is a set that will grace any Bruckner collection."
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MusicWeb Feb 16
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MusicWeb Feb 14
The Brabant Ensemble with music by Lupus HELLINCK (1493/4-1541) and Johannes LUPI (c.1506-1539) on represents a "pinnacle of refined singing and thoughtful scholarship"
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MusicWeb Feb 12
Vol. 2 Mozart Sonatas from on "Donohoe’s Mozart is well considered and satisfying."
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Javier Perianes Feb 12
"A first class performance... absolutely super... Perianes' playing is a delight from start to finish... is elegance personified" – . Full review:
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Simon Callaghan Feb 12
'Callaghan coaxes some radiant luminous sonorities... With hand in glove ensemble, Wallfisch and Callaghan deliver imaginative and resourceful performances'. Thank you for this glowing review of our CD.
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MusicWeb Feb 11
Thomas Zehetmair's Bach Sonatas and Partitas on is rich in 'grit and individuality'.
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HarrisonParrott Feb 10
'No praise can be too high for the outstanding musicianship of all involved in this priceless album which may well end up being my disc of the year' - a review on 'Concurrence'
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