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August List by Donalee Jacobs

The sensational Libera releases their long-awaited brand new studio album featuring fourteen newly recorded songs, a mixture of secular and sacred repertoire for music lovers seeking peace and respite in the midst of today's chaotic world.

John Williams: Themes And Transcriptions For Piano
John Williams: Themes And Transcriptions For Pianosimone pedroni

John Williams and former Van Cliburn Award - Gold Medal winner Simone Pedroni each transcribed about half of the material on the album, which premieres Williams' own piano suites from Lincoln, and The Book Thief, plus Pedroni's own special transcriptions of music from Harry Potter; Star Wars; Schindler's List; and more. 

Machaut: Sovereign Beauty
Machaut: Sovereign Beautythe orlando consort

In the latest installment in their series, the Orlando Consort brings their customary virtues to another recital showcasing the breadth of Machaut's musical and poetic inventiveness.

Alma Espanola
Alma Espanolaisabel leonard & sharon isbin

Grammy award-winning singer Isabel Leonard and Grammy award-winning guitarist Sharon Isbin team up for this all-Spanish recording for voice and guitar. Duos by Federico García Lorca, Manuel de Falla, Xavier Montsalvatge, Agustín Lara and Joaquín Rodrigo, with guitar solos by Granados and Tárrega, are heard in performances that evoke the rich and magnificent tradition of Spain.

Elgar: The Dream Of Gerontius, Op. 38
Elgar: The Dream Of Gerontius, Op. 38daniel barenboim

Barenboim's latest addition to his praised Elgar series. Featuring a fine array of English-speaking soloists - Catherine Wyn-Rogers, Andrew Staples, and Thomas Hampson - the album is Barenboim's first recording of Elgar's choral masterpiece. 

Avital Meets Avital
Avital Meets Avitalavi avital & omer avital

Classical mandolin player Avi Avital teams up with jazz bassist Omer Avital. Of no relation, both musicians were born and raised by Moroccan parents in Israel.This collaboration brings their different musical backgrounds and shared cultural heritage into dialogue, drawing on the diverse influences of Moroccan and North African sounds, classical and jazz traditions, Israeli harmonies, and Mediterranean rhythms.

Kurek: The Sea Knows
Kurek: The Sea KnowsMichael Kurek

Michael Kurek’s latest is a charming collection of works composed in a tonal idiom reminiscent of the great melodists of the early 20th century. Kurek creates music that tugs at the heartstrings and plumbs the depths of musical sensitivity including Serenade for Violoncello and harp, which features performances by Ovidiu Marinescu on cello and Rita Costanzi on harp. 

Stanford: Choral Music
Stanford: Choral Musicchoir of trinity college cambridge

Stephen Layton and the Choir of Trinity College, Cambridge capture the variety and sheer emotional range of Stanford's Anglican choral music. Vocals sung in Latin and English. 

Visionsveronique gens

After an album of French songs that earned her a Gramophone Award in 2016, Veronique Gens presents her new recital, this time with orchestra, which gives her an opportunity to display the maturity of her ''Falcon'' soprano, the central tessitura typical of French Romantic opera.