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Panufnik: a Centenary Celebration

On 30 November at Kings Place, the Brodsky Quartet will present chamber works spanning the life of Panufnik – from his Piano Trio (1934), reconstructed after the war, to his three string quartets (written between 1976 and 1990). The programme will include complementary pieces by his daughter, Roxanna, among which the London premiere of a new work specially written for the Brodsky Quartet: Memories of My Father.

You can find all these pieces, performed by the Brodsky Quartet as well, on a new November release from Chandos: Messages (CHAN 10839). It is the Disc of the Month at The Classical Shop!

New label: Lyrita Recorded Edition

One of the UK’s longest established and highest-regarded independent classical record labels, Lyrita has an unparalleled reputation for recording specifically British repertoire at the highest audio standards. For almost fifty years Lyrita has produced recordings acclaimed by critics, collectors, and audiophiles alike.

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AV 2311

Brahms and Rózsa: Clarinet Sonatas – Jean Johnson, Steven Osborne

The husband-and-wife team of the clarinettist Jean Johnson ...

SIG 388

‘Wagner without words’ – Llyr Williams

Pianist Llyr Williams explores Wagner’s rich and evocative sound-world from ...

SG 0720

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

This album brings together six ...

VT 0101

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

IC 5007

Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 1 – BBC Symphony Orchestra, Svetlanov (Barbican, London, 19 April 2002); Stravinsky: Suite from The ...

LP 0078

Zemlinsky: A Florentine TragedyHeike Wessels, Sergey Skorokhodov, Albert Dohmen; ...

CHAN 5139

Mendelssohn: Symphonies 1 and 3; Overture to Ruy Blas – City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Edward Gardner

Edward Gardner ...

AJ 0024

Berlioz Songs: La Belle Voyageuse – Arthur Schoonderwoerd, Jérôme Corréas

Berlioz is better known for his ...

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CHAN 3097
I have never been a fan of opera in English translation, but this recording might just effect a change of mind! I am...
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Heading the cast is Alan Opie, perhaps giving his best performance to date on disc. He reveals every facet of the tro...
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WH 0011
Isokoski sings Morgen with a rapt sense of amorous wonderment, while the ecstatic outpouring of emotion in Cäcilie su...
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UK 2017
Baillie with the the considerable help of Peter Evans manages to play Schumann, as well as everything else, nothing l...
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SIG 116
Walton has received glowing accolades and his performances have been hailed by the press; ‘Flawless intonation and an...
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DA 5094
“A luminous collection, the showpiece is Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal by Paul Mealor... an impressive choral work tha...
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A lovely disc which may prove revelatory to some. I found it very rewarding... recommended.”...
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