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Internationally acclaimed chamber group, Neave Trio, release their first album for Chandos which highlights selections from three composers who enjoyed popularity in America.
Composer Olafur Arnalds and director Baldvin Z have teamed up for a fascinating, real-time, audio-visual portrait of their home country of Iceland.
Pianist Daniil Trifonov plays Franz Liszt's complete concert etudes. In addition to the Transcendental Etudes, the recital includes the Paganini Etudes and five Concert Etudes.
The breakout opera by David T. Little and Royce Vavrek explores the ultimate struggle of humanity, stuck between nature's indifference and society's barely restrained brutality.
Salvatore Di Vittorio and the Chamber Orchestra of New York present Vaughan Williams' early works The Solent and Fantasia along with the revered Lark Ascending.
Jean-Francois and Pierre-Yves Madeuf have teamed up with Sigiswald Kuijken's magnificent La Petite Bande to present a set of Georg Philipp Telemann's concertos in the historical performance style for which they are known: utilizing natural trumpets and horns, and bringing the pieces back to their original purpose of being performed as chamber works.
This new recording presents orchestral suites based on two of the most significant operas in history. Der Rosenkavalier found its place in the concert hall from the beginning, first with two waltz sequences and later with the famos 1944 suite. But Elektra remained purely on the opera stage until now. Conductor Manfred Honeck has made his own symphonic adaptation, in collaboration with the Czech composer Tomas Ille. This release is the sixth in the highly acclaimed Pittsburgh Live! series.
Robert Spano and The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chorus present two movements by composer Jonathan Leshnoff: Symphony No. 2 - Innerspace and Zohar.