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KALINNIKOV, V.S.: Symphonies Nos. 1 and 2 (Malaysian Philharmonic, Bakels)

Dying of tuberculosis just before his 35th birthday in 1901, Vassily Kalinnikov had precious few years to prove himself as a composer, but still had the time to write several songs and choral and orchestral works, among which the two symphonies are the crowning glories.


SCHNYDER, D.: Chamber and Orchestral Music (Around the World) (Schnyder)

Daniel Schnyder's music displays a variety of influences – from Cuban dance music and African and Arabic rhythms to jazz and classical music – and has been described in the Los Angeles Times as ‘never less than compelling… an intriguing interface of jazz and classical elements.’


Chamber Music with Winds - JANACEK, L. / MARTINU, B. / REICHA, A. (Mladi) (Berlin Philharmonic Wind Quintet)

The eminent Berlin Philharmonic Wind Quintet's latest CD features three composers born in what is now the Czech Republic; Reicha, Martinů and Janáček.


SCHUMANN, R.: Frauenliebe und -leben / Gedichte der Konigin Maria Stuart / Myrthen / SCHUMANN, C.: Lieder (Portraits) (Persson, Breinl)

1840, the year of Robert and Clara Schumann's wedding, is often called Schumann’s Liederjahr; during this ‘year of song’ he composed more than 150 songs, and his wedding gift to Clara was in fact a song cycle, Myrthen, Op. 25.


PETTERSSON, A.: Symphonies Nos. 1 and 2 (Norrkoping Symphony, C. Lindberg)

Born on 19th September 1911, Allan Pettersson was a singular voice in Swedish, and indeed European, 20th-century music. Christian Lindberg was entrusted with the manuscript material of his unfinished Symphony No.1, and was able to prepare a performable version, giving the work its world première in May 2010.


BACH J.S.: Cantatas, Vol. 49 (Suzuki) - BWV 156, 159, 171, 188

In spite of the fact that more than 15 years have passed since Masaaki Suzuki and his Bach Collegium Japan began recording all of Bach’s church cantatas, the team’s commitment seems if anything to be increasing as this huge project enters its final stretch.



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