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KOLA ’22 (The Keep On Listening Awards–Best Recordings of 2022)

David Hurwitz

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  1. Florence Price: Symphonies Nos. 1 & 3. Philadelphia Orchestra, Yanick Nézet-Séguin (cond.) DG
  2. Kapustin/Schnittke: Cello Concertos. Eckart Runge (cello), Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra, Frank Strobel (cond.) Capriccio
  3. Dvořák: Poetic Tone Pictures. Leif Ove Andsnes (piano) Sony Classical
  4. Enescu: Piano Quartet No. 1, Piano Trio in A minor. Various Artists (Naxos)
  5. Miroslav Kabelač: Mystery of Time, Hamlet Improvisation, Reflections, Metamorphoses II. Miroslav Sekera (piano), Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra, Marko Ivanovic (cond.) Supraphon
  6. Hans Rosbaud Edition: French Music. Sudwestfunk-Orchester Baden-Baden (SWR Classic)
  7. Igor Markevitch Edition (Australian Eloquence, 2 vols. Decca and DG)
  8. Brasil Em Concerto. Various Composers (Naxos)
  9. Mozart: Complete Piano Sonatas. Robert Levin (fortepiano) ECM
  10. Thomas de Hartmann: Symphonie-Poème No. 4, Concierto Andaluz, Une fête en Ukraine, etc. Lviv National Philharmonic, Theodor Kuchar (cond.) Toccata Classics

Disc of the Year

Paul Wee (piano): Beethoven/Liszt: Symphony No. 3 “Eroica”; Mozart/Alkan: Piano Concerto No. 20 (BIS)

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    Soloists: Various Soloists

    Various Orchestras and Conductors

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