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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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LP 0077

Beethoven: Missa solemnis – Helen Donath, Doris Soffel, Siegfried Jerusalem,

Hans Sotin, Edinburgh Festival Chorus, London ...

GL 5219

The Golden Age of Light Music: ‘By Special Request’ – David Rose and Sidney Torch

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‘Production Music of the 1940s’

What is ‘Production Music’? In simple terms it is music provided by publishers for ...

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Chopin: Mazurkas – Janina Fialkowska, piano

The legendary Arthur Rubinstein called her ‘a born Chopin interpreter.’ Now, ...

LP 0078

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

NM 0189

Casken: Violin Concerto; Concerto for Orchestra; Orion over Farne – Sophia Jaffé (violin), Hallé Orchestra, ...

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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The Symphonic Euphonium – David Childs, BBC National Orchestra of Wales, Bramwell Tovey

For many years since its invention in 1843 ...

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a scintillating survey of recorder music......dispatched with wit, lightly-worn bravado and captivating expresssivity...
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