• STRAVINSKY

    MUSIC FOR VIOLIN, VOL. 1

    $17.99 ($19.99)
    In his autobiography, Igor Stravinsky wrote of his not having had an ''great liking'' for the combination of strings and piano. That there nevertheless are a number of chamber works by him featuring the violin is to a large extent due to the violinist Samuel Dushkin. The two were introduced to each other by Stravinsky's german music publisher who wanted to persudade him to compose a violin concerto. They obviously hit it off: their collaboration continued after the concerto had come into being in 1931, and they devised a recital programme to perform together on tours.
  • LILI KRAUS

    LILI KRAUS PLAYS MOZART PIANO CONCERTOS

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    Sony Classical reissues the landmark Mozart Piano Concerto Cycle with Lili Kraus and the Vienna Festival Orchestra conducted by Stephen Simon, all newly transferred, mixed and mastered from the original analog tapes and released on 12 albums. Lili Kraus was regarded as a leading Mozart interpreter, who imbued the composer’s keyboard works with a stylish fusion of lyricism and strength.
  • TCHAIKOVSKY

    THE SLEEPING BEAUTY, THE NUTCRACKER & SWAN LAKE

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    To celebrate the eighteenth birthday of Neeme Jarvi, one of today's most prolific conductors, we have gathered his recent recordings of Tchaikovsky's three full-length ballets in a box set. Recorded with the legendary Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra, these are landmark performances, both for the music itself and for the critically acclaimed interpretations.
  • STEPHEN CLEOBURY

    The King of Instruments

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    The Harrison & Harrison organ in King’s College Chapel is, like the College Choir, famous the world over. The organ case with gilded pipework, which surmounts the 16th century screen, is a striking feature of nearly every depiction of the interior of the Chapel, while the instantly recognizable sounds of the instrument have become inextricably associated with those of the Choir.
  • KUNIKO

    Solo Works for Marimba

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    The Japanese percussionst Kuniko turns to the cello suites and violin sonatas of J.S. Bach for her fourth solo studio recording. Arranged for solo marimba, Kuniko gives unique perspective of these hugely famous and intellectually challenging works. She is renowned for her flawless technique when playing both keyboard and percussion instruments, which blends seamlessly with her profound musical intelligence.

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