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Dom Clément JACOB (1906-1977) – Works for piano solo
Maxime Jacob, or Dom Clément Jacob, (1906 -1977) was a French composer and organist.
Jacob studied at the Paris Conservatory with Charles Koechlin and André Gedalge; an admirer of Darius Milhaud and Erik Satie, he was a member of the Ecole d'Acueil.

Dom Clément Jacob: Nocturnes no. 3 more >>
Nenov: Piano Music (Valkov)
Dimitar Nenov was a leading figure of early 20th-century Bulgarian classical music. The entire range of his solo piano works is covered on this recording, from the austere and dissonant Cinema Suite to the romantic Etudes and exquisiteTheme and Variations in F sharp major.

Nenov: Etude no. 2 more >>
BACH à PIAZZOLLA “tête-à-tête”
A beautiful recording of Bach and Piazzolla, both performed on piano and bandoneon, with this wonderful Fugata by Piazzollo.

Astor Piazzolla: Fugata more >>
Koželuch – Keyboard Sonatas (Complete), Vol. 1
Few composers exemplified the late eighteenth-century Viennese keyboard style better than Mozart’s contemporary, the Czech composer Leopold Koželuch. A leading performer and teacher, he was even offered Mozart’s former post as court organist to the Archbishop of Salzburg...

Koželuch: Piano Sonata in B flat major Op. 2 - Adagio more >>
Brahms by Meng-Chieh Liu
New Year Treat !!
Let's welcome 2014 with this beautiful Waltze performed by Meng-Chieh Liu.

Brahms: Waltzes, Op. 39 - No. 11 in B minor more >>
Mozart – Clarinet Quintet / String Quartet
Friendship in music
We owe these two masterpieces to the musical friendships Mozart made during his years in Vienna. The celestial beauties of the Quintet K581 were tailor-made for the great clarinettist Anton Stadler...

Mozart: Clarinet Quintet in A Major: II. Larghetto more >>
BARGIELSKI, Z.: Landscape of Remembrance / MYCIELSKI, Z.: Piano Trio (Landscape of Memories)
The fact that Polish music has not seen many examples of the piano trio genre is the reason why this compilation of trios written by five composers deserves special attention...

Andrzej Panufnik: Piano Trio Op. 1 (1934, recon. 1945, rev. 1985) - Largo more >>
Sacred Choral Works by Samuel Sebastian Wesley
Son of the composer and organist Samuel Wesley, Samuel Sebastian Wesley was a chorister at the Chapel Royal before embarking on a career as an organist...

Samuel Sebastian Wesley: O give thanks unto the Lord more >>