Record Labels Archives: Naxos

Soro

Chile’s Enrique Soro: Local Talent

Enrique Soro (1884-1954) may have been Chile's first major composer of "classical" music, but he was a decidedly local talent. His...
StraussFalletta

Exciting Strauss From Falletta And Buffalo

I sure hope the folks in Buffalo know what a prize they have in JoAnn Falletta. Her Naxos discography has few peers in terms of im...
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The Amar Quartet’s Stellar Hindemith Cycle

If you somehow missed each individual release in the Amar Quartet’s outstanding Hindemith cycle for Naxos, all three volumes now...
Lecca

Major Discoveries: Harth-Bedoya Plays Garrido-Lecca

You gotta love those hyphenated Spanish surnames. Peruvian conductor Miguel Harth-Bedoya pays loving tribute to the music of one o...
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Bruno Walter’s Chamber Music

Like many conductors of his era, Bruno Walter (1876-1962) tried his hand at composing. Most of his creative work dates from early ...

THE BIGGEST BOX EVER: NAXOS’ A-Z OF CLASSICAL MUSIC

Never let it be said that the folks at Naxos aren't ambitious. True to their promise, they have released the world's largest class...

Reference Recording: Roussel’s Complete Symphonies on Naxos

Although other discs in this series have been released since (The Spider's Feast and other works), here's a timely reminder that N...
ShostGilt

Giltburg Shines In Shostakovich

We have no shortage of excellent versions of the two Shostakovich piano concertos, including Igoshina's on CPO and Marc-André Ham...
vaughanWilliamSolent

Rare Vaughan Williams, Pleasantly Played

If only the Chamber Orchestra of New York had a few more strings, this program might have been ideal. As it stands it's pleasant e...
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Nebolsin’s Tchaikovsky: “Allegro brillante” Indeed

These performances are as lively and attractive as any on disc. The Second Piano Concerto, played in its original version, is bigg...