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PONCE, M.M.: Guitar Music, Vol. 4 – Sonatina Meridional / Thème varié et Finale
Considered by many to be the founding father of 20th-century Mexican music, Manuel Ponce dedicated himself to composing for guitar after meeting Andrés Segovia in 1923.
Ponce: Variaciones sobre un tema de A. Cabezon more >>
MORAVEC, P.: Violin Concerto / Shakuhachi Quintet / Equilibrium
Paul Moravec is one of the most admired and acclaimed composers of our time, his music standing out for its melodic grace, lyrical intensity and rich harmonic language.
Moravec: Violin Concerto II more >>
FAIROUZ, M.: Songs (No Orpheus)
Mohammed Fairouz has rapidly become one of the most highly regarded composers of his generation, receiving wide acclaim for works such as Native Informant (Naxos 8.559744) and his 4th symphony, In the Shadow of No Towers (Naxos 8.573205).
Fairouz: Annabel Lee more >>
WEINER, L.: Csongor és Tünde / Ballata
For over half a century at the Liszt Academy in Budapest, Leo Weiner taught successive generations of Hungary’s leading musicians, and won his country’s highest awards.
Weiner: Csongor es Tunde, Op. 10 (2nd version, 1959) - Aranyalmafa - Tunderek kara (The Golden Apple Tree - The Choir of the Fairies) more >>
CAMILLERI, C.: Piano Concerto No. 1, “Mediterranean” / Accordion Concerto / Malta Suite
The three works on this recording come from the first phase in the musical development of Malta’s prolific composer Charles Camilleri, and are some of his most rewarding and enduring works.
Camilleri: Accordion Concerto, I. Andante moderato more >>
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 >>