ClassicsOnline - Your Classical Music Source New Features Newsletter
Log In to your Account
Dear ClassicsOnline customer,

This week we present two new features for your consideration - a sale on recordings by Opera Lafayette, built around their brand new release of Le Roi et le fermier a french comic opera by Monsigny, plus the latest from one of our favorite vocal ensembles, Seraphic Fire, who present a program of chant and polyphony that manages to be simultaneously soothing and intense. Enjoy the features, and thank you for visiting ClassicsOnline.

Sincerely,
The ClassicsOnline Team

Win 10 free albums for liking ClassicsOnline on Facebook. Sure, but how? Click on this banner!

This Week's New Features - Thursday, August 15, 2013

Monsigny - Le Roi et le fermier - World Premiere Recording, Opera Lafayette Le Roi et le fermier (The King and the Farmer) is set in an evocative and stormy Sherwood Forest and tells the tale of a King's encounter with a humble farmer, gently satirizing political issues of the day.

Ryan Brown and Opera Lafayette bring us another spellbinding World Premiere performance on Naxos, featured here alongside their impressive catalog of recordings. For a limited time, take 20% off any recording in this feature.
more info
 
Ave Maria - Chant from Seraphic Fire With Ave Maria Seraphic Fire presents calming, restorative Gregorian chants alongside their eventual polyphonic adaptations. These soothing, crystalline hymns form the foundation of Western musical tradition, presented here as they evolved through time. Enjoy the meditative purity of sound created by one of the finest vocal ensembles performing today. more info
 
Last Chance: Szymanowski - London Symphony Orchestra, Valery Gergiev
 
Szymanowski - London Symphony Orchestra - Valery Gergiev Many regard Karol Szymanowski as one of the pre-eminent composers of the 20th Century, and these early symphonies attest to a very clear musical vision for such a young composer. Hear the fascination with mysticism and high-Romanticism of Symphony No. 1 as well as the passionate, soaring violin lines of the 2nd Symphony, and you'll agree that this music deserves to be widely known. Valery Gergiev conducts the London Symphony Orchestra.

Last chance to take 20% off select Gergiev/LSO releases featured inside.
more info
Like us on Facebook   Follow us on Twitter

Copyright © 2013 Naxos Digital Services Ltd. All rights reserved.