The Bottom Line: This is a terrific disc full of luscious, exotic-sounding music, beautifully played and recorded by the composer’s home town team.
It’s about time that Dvořák’s fascinating and gripping Fourth Quartet got some individual attention apart from big boxes of the chamber works. A single movement
The Bottom Line: This is a first-class effort by a tremendously gifted composer. Check out the video below.
You simply have to hear this. Alfredo Casella’s Suite, Op.
Thomas de Hartmann (1885-1956) is best known today for the series of piano pieces he transcribed/composed in partnership with the Armenian mystic and general whack-job
These are two major works, all but unknown: big, serious, superbly written and (here) superbly played and recorded. Ernst Bacon is best known for his
Florence Price’s Symphony No. 3 (1940) may be her finest. Written in four well-proportioned movements, it begins with music of high seriousness–a slow introduction that