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We recently added the following two features to our homepage. First, from Naxos we have another fine recording from Marin Alsop and the São Paulo Symphony Orchestra, and then a look at the catalog of Tenebrae, a celebrated British choir specializing in early music.

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This Week's New Features - Thursday, October 24, 2013

Prokofiev Fourth Symphony - Marin Alsop, Sao Paulo Symphony Orchestra Prokofiev's imposing Fourth Symphony and his final ballet for Sergey Dyagilev, The Prodigal Son, share common roots but are entirely distinctive in character. The vivid depictions in the ballet's moral tale include sensual temptations, drunken debauchery, robbery and remorse. The 1947 revision of the Fourth Symphony, lengthened and enriched in orchestration by the addition of a piccolo clarinet, piano and harp, makes use of themes from The Prodigal Son. more info
 
Victoria: Tenebrae Responsories - 20% off Tenebrae with Nigel Short The Tenebrae choir under the direction of Nigel Short returns to the sublime music of Tomás Luis de Victoria with this recording of his timeless Tenebrae Responsories.

For a limited time, take 20% off any Tenebrae recording in this feature.
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Last Chance: Xiayin Wang - American Piano Concertos and A Tale of Two Cellos - Julian and Jiaxin Lloyd Webber
 
Xiayin Wang - American Piano Concertos Xiayin Wang plays concertos by the American composers George Gershwin, Aaron Copland and Samuel Barber with accompaniment by the Royal Scottish National Orchestra and Peter Oundjian.

The three works on the featured release offer a fascinating insight into the varying attitudes of 20th century American composes to the musical traditions of both Europe and their homeland.
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A Tale of Two Cellos - Julian and Jiaxin Lloyd Webber Good original music for two cellos is quite rare to find. Here, Julian Lloyd Webber has taken music from Monteverdi to Arvo Pärt — much of it originally written for two voices — and arranged it for two cellos and accompaniment. Performing with his wife Jiaxin Lloyd Webber, their cellos blend together as they explore music of lyricism, quiet melancholy and tuneful energy. more info

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