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We have two new labels this month: C Major Digital and RCO Live.

C Major Digital
Among more than 2,100 programmes of music and art, C Major’s DVD catalogue includes performances by Herbert von Karajan, Leonard Bernstein, Anna Netrebko, Plácido Domingo, and Cecilia Bartoli. Since 2006, C Major Entertainment has distributed the unique catalogue of UNITEL, whose new ‘Tutto Verdi’ series with Teatro Regio di Parma, encompassing the complete operas of Verdi, can here be experienced in audio form, too.

RCO Live
RCO Live is the orchestra-owned label of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra Amsterdam. On RCO Live the orchestra releases premium-quality recordings of its live performances, focusing on core symphonic repertoire led by its chief conductor, Mariss Jansons, and eminent guest conductors such as Bernard Haitink, Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Iván Fischer, Daniele Gatti, and many more. The special Horizon series brings together contemporary works which have been successfully premiered by the RCO.

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New Release Highlights
IC 5122

Beethoven: Piano Sonatas Nos 23, 31, and 32 – Claudio Arrau

The career of the celebrated Chilean pianist Claudio Arrau (1903 – ...

NM 0195

Ben Foskett: Dinosaur and other works

This survey of works by Ben Foskett spans ten years, from the brooding Five Night ...

SO 0252

Elgar’s Music for Powick Asylum – Innovation Chamber Ensemble, Barry Collett

Delighted to announce this new ...

IC 5127

Choral Classics

This special collection brings together thrilling performances of four choral masterpieces under the baton of four ...

GL 5218

Contrasts: from the 1960s back to the 1920s – Volume 1

The invention of sound recording as the nineteenth century came to a close, ...

SG 0720

Vigilate!, English polyphony in dangerous times – The Monteverdi Choir, John Eliot Gardiner

This album brings together six ...

AV 2308

Per Monsieur Pisendel 2 – La Serenissima, Adrian Chandler

Adrian Chandler returns to where it all began. Per Monsieur ...

VT 0101

I was glad: The Music of Stanford and Parry – Carolyn Sampson, David Wilson-Johnson, Choir of The King’s Consort, The ...

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New Release Highlights
CHAN 10271
...what a marvellous orchestra this has become in recent years... the orchestral response is first-class in all...
CHAN 0675
‘A delightful disc.’...
BBC Music Magazine
UK 9076
These performances are full of affection and are of admirably high and consistent technical quality. The intimacy of ...
Gramophone
SIG 105
After he premiere the critics wrote: The performance, sensitive and nuanced was by the Vasari Singers conducted by J...
AV 2126
Bill Barnewitz’s platonically beautiful reading of the long horn melody in the second movement was the signal event i...
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
DA 5094W
“A luminous collection, the showpiece is Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal by Paul Mealor... an impressive choral work tha...
Classical Music Sentinel
DA 5099W
A lovely disc which may prove revelatory to some. I found it very rewarding... recommended.”...
Peter Grahame Woolf (Musical Pointers)
EP 0005
Anyone who finds Baroque instrumental music boring should listen to this!...
Gramophone