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23.09.2019
A sumptuous selection of operatic arias interpreted by Maija Kovalevska, who, with the Liepaja Symphony Orchestra, performs her favourite heroines from operas by Puccini, Mozart, Massenet, Gluck and Tchaikovsky. From Gluck’s ‘Orfeo & Euridice’ Maija Kovalevska performs Euridice’s aria, ‘Che fiero momento!’ (“What a proud moment!”), which anticipates the story’s climax. From Mozart’s ‘Don
23.09.2019
Arranged for two pianos with accompaniment from strings, trumpet, and electronics, this is Svirsky’s first piece to approach the history of the piano and the possibilities of the recording studio, and his deepest dive yet into exploring the instability of listening and its transformation of musical semantics and affect. Like Wolfgang Voigt’s Gas project, Svirsky overlays romantic musical gestures
23.09.2019
Experience ultimate relaxation with Classical Chill. This albums feature some of the most beautiful and peaceful music ever written, perfect for concentration or relaxation. Be swept away by 500 years of gorgeous, calming music, from Bach to Sting, hand-picked by the team at ABC Classics. With over two hours of music in each collection, you can hit ‘play’ on the Classical Chill series and float
23.09.2019
André Rieu, the King of Waltz, and one of the most famous violinists of our time, will celebrate his 70th birthday in October this year. Universal is creating a unique and first-time catalogue release to tie in with the festive occasion. It will be 2CDs with all his greatest hits, waltzes, operas, musical and movie themes, 20th century defining songs. A perfect collection and a rare Best Of for
23.09.2019
For a long time, a large portion of Handel’s early opera Rodrigo was thought to have been lost. It was not until 1974 that the printed libretto turned up again and nine years later the third act was found in the Earl of Shaftesbury’s Handel collection. On August 29, 1984, finally, the work was revived during the Innsbruck Festival of Early Music and in 2019 it’s on the programme at the Göttingen
23.09.2019
After many years percolating, this third release by Ossatura documents a quite dramatic aesthetic shift – including more acoustic instruments alongside the electronic; more settled, cyclic rhythms; more harmonic concord - even a song. On occasion reminiscent of the Necks in abstract mood, these pieces offer pools of complex, grounded, shifting textures, interpenetrated by atmospheric field