Record Labels Archives: Chandos

Turina

Finally, A Worthy New Turina “Canto a Sevilla”

Canto a Sevilla is one of the great unknown masterpieces of 20th century music. It has been recorded a handful of times, but this ...
IvesDavis

Davis And Melbourne Impress In Ives, Volume 3

This very generous program upholds the high standards that Andrew Davis and the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra have established thus...

Suk: Ripening, and a Reference Version of Symphony No. 1

Ripening, the successor to the Asrael Symphony and A Summer Tale, is a voluptuous late-Romantic extravaganza, and it's very well p...
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Meticulous, Intelligent Beethoven

The meticulous workmanship and musical intelligence informing Jean-Efflam Bavouzet’s previous Beethoven cycle installment are eq...
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Bavouzet’s Stylish, Spontaneous Mozart

Stylish polish and more than a few spontaneous touches distinguish Jean-Efflam Bavouzet’s way with Mozart, most notably in the G...
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Tone Poems From The “Cow Pat” School

Let's be honest: Chandos couldn't just come out and call this disc "Second String British Tone Poems," but that's what they are. W...
IvesDavis

Davis’ Ives Vol. 2: Good Work

This well-filled disc contains excellent performances of some of Ives most popular and significant works. It's easy to understand ...
RVWJob

A New Reference For Job

Andrew Davis recorded exactly this coupling, and very well, for Warner (Teldec) with the BBC Symphony Orchestra. We can only wonde...

We Only Wish: Tavener’s GOD

You already can hear the British press crying "masterpiece!" over John Tavener's latest work, the first part of which has just bee...
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A Fine Start to Louis Lortie’s Fauré Cycle

Is it really true that Fauré’s piano music is too intimately scaled and harmonically refined to make an impact in large halls? ...