Record Labels Archives: Naxos

DutAng

Another Excellent Dutilleux Disc, This Time From Naxos

Henri Dutilleux wrote very little music, yet he is being recorded as though he were one of the great masters, and just as popular....
wozzeck

See-Through, Cool Wozzeck

This is the recording of this opera I would recommend to people who have never heard it before. Wozzeck is an opera that rarely fa...
SaintSaensPCs

Soustrot’s Saint-Saëns: On To The Piano Concertos

Soustrot's Saint-Saëns symphony cycle was quite good, and this new project looks to be similarly successful. For my money, the fi...
Kozeluch1

Kozeluch Symphonies, Volume 1: Nice Music

If you enjoy fluent, finely crafted classical period symphonies then this well-played, well-recorded disc is for you. Kozeluch was...
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...