Record Labels Archives: Naxos

SibSeg

Rare and Familiar Sibelius, Great Performances from Segerstam

The complete incidental music to Pelléas et Mélisande isn't so different from the familiar suite--there's a song for Mélisande,...
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Martucci’s Unjustly Obscure Piano Trios

In an era when Italian composers tended to gravitate toward opera, the works of Giuseppe Martucci (1856-1909) are thoroughly marke...
Malipiero

Interesting But Not Great Malipiero Premieres

As time goes on, it becomes increasingly clear that Malipiero was a very inconsistent composer. Most of the works here are recordi...
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Major Discoveries: Star-Spangled Vieuxtemps for Violin and Orchestra

Following in Paganini's footsteps, Henri Vieuxtemps was a touring violinist who composed showpieces that dazzled audiences and ear...
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Under the Radar: Stunning Conclusion to Keylin’s Vieuxtemps Cycle

The Vieuxtemps violin concertos offer a feast for violinists (and listeners) who are attuned to their special charms and have an a...
Porter

Major Discoveries: Quincy Porter’s Excellent Quartets, Vol. 2

New Havenite Quincy Porter's music has always struck me as quintessentially that of a New Englander, in a good way: serious, well-...
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Waghalter’s “New World”–the Suite, That Is

Ignatz Waghalter (1881-1949) was a modestly successful Polish-Jewish conductor and composer who made a splash in Berlin with his c...
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Filling in the Gaps: Fibich Symphonic Poems

Fibich's colorful symphonic poems have not been neglected on disc, but most of the recordings made to date come from Supraphon and...
LisztCohen

Under the Radar: Arnaldo Cohen’s Naxos Liszt Recital

Naxos' Liszt complete piano music began, way back in 1996, with this stunning recital by one of our finest Liszt interpreters, the...
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Avan Yu–A Laudable Debut

Winner of the 2012 Sydney International Piano Competition, the Canadian pianist Avan Yu (born 1987) devotes his Naxos CD debut to ...