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Our new release selections this week include Penderecki choral works, Mexican salon music for piano, astonishing virtuoso trumpet, and an interesting crossover piece from Kenji Bunch performed by the Alias ensemble. Please take a few moments to click through and explore these new releases, and thank you for being a ClassicsOnline customer.

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New Releases for Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Penderecki, K.: Canticum canticorum Salomonis / Kosmogonia (Warsaw Philharmonic Choir and Orchestra, Wit)
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Penderecki, K.: Canticum canticorum Salomonis / Kosmogonia (Warsaw Philharmonic Choir and Orchestra, Wit)
Naxos: 8.572481

Antoni Wit and the Warsaw Philharmonic Choir and Orchestra continue their survey of Penderecki, this time recording choral works spanning nearly 40 years. The variety of Penderecki's compositional output is on display here, from experimental forms with tightly stacked intervals and eerie effects, to more traditional structures of harmony and melody.


Other Featured New Releases:


Piano Recital: Osorio, Jorge Federico - Castro, R. / Villanueva, F. / Ponce, M.M. / Rolon, J. (Salon Mexicano) Piano Recital: Osorio, Jorge Federico - Castro, R. / Villanueva, F. / Ponce, M.M. / Rolon, J. (Salon Mexicano)
Cedille: CDR90000-132

Mexican-born, European trained pianist Jorge Osorio's performances have been called 'impossible to resist' by the New York Times. On Salon Music he delivers a sensuous, detailed performance of 20 little-known treasures from Mexican composers of the Romantic era.
   
Nakariakov, S.: Widmung (Dedication) Nakariakov, S.: Widmung (Dedication)
Teldec: 825646595860

Trumpet virtuoso Sergei Nakariakov recorded this tribute and homage to his late mentor, the great Russian trumpeter Timofei Dokshizer in the Jesus-Christus-Kirche in Dahlem, Berlin. Spectacular feats of technical skill alongside lyrical works for flugelhorn make this an excellent introduction to a remarkable performer.
   
Bunch, K.: String Circle / Drift / 26.2 / Luminaria / Boiling Point (ALIAS Chamber Ensemble) Bunch, K.: String Circle / Drift / 26.2 / Luminaria / Boiling Point (ALIAS Chamber Ensemble)
Delos: DE3430

Composer Kenji Bunch is a concert violinist and bluegrass performer. His music reveals these twisted roots, albeit with a firm footing in classical music. The title piece, Boiling Point, cycles through a kaleidescope of styles before coming to a 'boiling point' that features an actual teakettle. The GRAMMY® nominated Alias Ensemble performs.

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