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Ionarts #morninglistening to #Debussy on @WarnerClassicsUS /…

#morninglistening to #Debussy on @WarnerClassicsUS / @WarnerClassics’ complete #ClaudeDebussy Edition
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Starting with piano works, naturally, such as: #Images (oubliées) & #SuiteBergamesque et al. w/#AldoCiccolini
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Alex Ross: The Rest Is Noise Inuksuit in Tijuana

Making the Wall Disappear, New Yorker website, Jan. 31, 2018.

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Discogs Blog Introducing Discogs Payments

Today, we are launching a new feature called Discogs Payments to a small group of sellers based in the U.S. U.S. buyers will start to see an option to purchase records from sellers that enroll in the program using a Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover credit card for a checkout experience integrated directly into […]

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Goldmine Magazine John M. Borack’s Top 25 Albums of 2017

As it was with my recent year-end list of the top 40 songs of 2017, it was difficult to whittle the list of my favorite albums of the year down to a mere 25. Here they are, along with mini-reviews …

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Ionarts #morninglistening to #BélaBartók w/@chicagosymphony under…

#morninglistening to #BélaBartók w/@chicagosymphony under #PierreBoulez on @DGclassics:
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Bluebeard’s Castle
with a fab cast of #JessyeNorman & #LászlóPolgár.
#opera #surprisedbybeauty #Bartok #classicalmusic #BelaBartok #classicalmusiccollection #classicalcdcollection #vocalmusic #20thCenturyMusic #20thcenturyclassical

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Goldmine Magazine Indie Spotlight: Lissie, Wade Bowen, Born Ruffians, Robert Finley, Steve Gardner,Gavin Sutherland

I write this during the second week of January, confident that the flow of great independent releases will continue unabated in this still new year. As always, there’s plenty of new records that beckon our attention and at best, we …

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Music Week Presents | Music Week The Music Week Playlist: January 29, 2018

Kylie Minogue Dancing (BMG)Kylie tees up Golden, her upcoming first album for BMG, with a shiny pop ode to throwing shapes. The guitar finger-picking in the intro was never going to fool anyone, really.Contact: Jack Beadlejack@murraychalmers.comMabel (feat. Not3s)Fine LineFresh from her Music Week cover, Mabel teams up …

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Classical-Music.com Six of the best…King’s Singers recordings

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Original Debut Recording (1971)

The first ever King’s Singers album consists mainly of popular songs, a number of which are heard in deft arrangements by Gordon Langford, whose Trio accompanies the group here. Originally released under the title ‘By Appointment’, the disc is rounded off by Ron Goodwin’s sublimely daft ‘What Kind of Things (Do the King’s Singers Sing)?’ party piece. Chandos CHAN6562

 

Madrigal History Tour (1984)

A wide-ranging tour of Renaissance madrigals that followed the King’s Singers’ groundbreaking TV series of the same name. Accompanied by The Consort of Musicke and lutenist Anthony Rooley, the tour takes us on a musical journey of Italy, England, France, Spain and Germany, including composers such as Byrd, Lassus, Willaert and Flecha. Warner Classics 585 7142

 

The Beatles Connection (1986) 

The composer György Ligeti, no less, was a major fan of ‘Honey Pie’ and ‘You’ve Got To Hide Your Love Away’ on this disc of a cappella arrangements of Fab Four favourites. Arrangers include Daryl Runswick, a regular collaborator with the group, plus Bob Chilcott, who had recently began as tenor with the King’s Singers at the time of the recording, and Bill Ives, the singer he had replaced. EMI 749 5561

 

Landscape and Time (2006)

John McCabe, Peter Maxwell Davies and Richard Rodney Bennett are among the composers featured on this impeccably sung disc of modern masterpieces, recorded in the calm of a church in deepest rural Gloucestershire. The singers’ language skills are to the fore as the disc takes us through texts in Finnish, Hungarian and Japanese among others. Signum SIGCD090

 

GOLD (2017)

The current King’s Singers celebrate the group’s 50 years over three discs that range from the Renaissance, through composers such as Saint-Saëns and Schubert, to songs specially commissioned for the occasion. Die-hard fans, meanwhile, will also want to invest in the GOLD book, charting  five decades of King’s Singers history and including interviews with all 24 surviving past-and-present members of the group. Signum SIGCD500 (discs); KSB50 (book)

Read the Feburary issue of BBC Music Magazine for more on The King's Singers as we celebrate their 50th anniversary.

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