My music

The Rhine hymned by women’s voices.
A major source of inspiration for writers and painters (Hugo, Nerval, Heine, Eichendorff, Turner) and above all composers throughout Romantic Europe, the legends of the Rhine still enthral our imaginations even today.
Schubert: Lacrimosa son io D.131b more >>
MOZART, W.A.: Symphonies Nos. 35, 36, 41
Hummel, conductor, composer and pianist, whose death ended the great Viennese lineage of Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven, produced a series of inspired arrangements of Mozart’s symphonies between 1823–24.
Mozart: Symphony No. 35 in D Major, K. 385, "Haffner" (arr. J.N. Hummel for flute, violin, cello and piano) - I. Allegro con spirit more >>
Johannes Brahms: Piano Quartet
The intimate Brahms
Brahms almost completely rewrote his Trio op.8 thirty-five years after its first performance - yet the rarely performed original version (recorded here) is a splendid example of the impetuous, fantastical universe of the young composer.
Brahms: Piano Trio No. 1 in B Major, Op. 8: II - Scherzo. Allegro molto - Trio. Più lento more >>
MARTUCCI, G.: Piano Trios Nos. 1 and 2 (Trio Vega)
The foremost Italian orchestral composer of the late-nineteenth century, as well as an accomplished pianist and conductor, Giuseppe Martucci was one of a trio of pioneering Italian composers known collectively as Il ponte (The Bridge) who were determined to break away from opera’s dominance in Italian musical life.
Martucci: Piano Trio no. 1 - III. Andante con moto more >>
AUBERT, L.: Sillages / Violin Sonata / Habanera / Feuille d’Images
A pupil of Fauré, Louis Aubert moved in the same circles as Ravel, Debussy, Koechlin and others and was considered in his day to be one of the most original French composers.
Aubert: Sillages Op.27 - No.1. Sur le Rivage more >>
MOSZKOWSKI, M.: Violin and Piano Works
Moritz Moszkowski enjoyed a considerable international reputation as a composer and pianist and was fêted as the natural successor to Chopin.
Moszkowski: Suite for 2 violins and piano - IV. Molto vivace more >>
MALIPIERO, G.F.: Sinfonia degli eroi / Dai sepolcri / Ditirambo tragico
Five vividly contrasting works, four of them in world première recordings, make up this latest issue in the Naxos series of orchestral music by the Italian composer Gian Francesco Malipiero.
Malipiero: Sinfonia degli eroi (Symphony of Heroes) more >>
Haec Dies Music for Easter
"This is the day the Lord hath made". The Choir of Clare College, Cambridge and director Graham Ross continue their series of music for the church year with a sequence for Easter Day that spans five centuries and explores the rich tapestry of repertoire from across the European continent.
Charles Villiers Stanford: Ye choirs of new Jerusalem more >>