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Freya Parr Free Download: Bruch’s Double Concerto for Clarinet and Viola

'A pastoral piece underpinned by nostalgia'

This week's free download is the first movement of Bruch's Double Concerto for Clarinet and Viola with Orchestra, performed by clarinettist Roeland Hendrikx and violist Sander Geerts with the London Philharmonic Orchestra under Martyn Brabbins. It was recorded on the Evil Penguin label and was awarded four stars for both performance and recording in the Christmas 2018 issue of BBC Music Magazine.

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jfl On ClassicsToday: Gerhaher in Top Form for Schumann!

No Question: The Finest in Schumann LiederReview by: Jens F. LaursonArtistic Quality: 10Sound Quality: 10If you think that language, text, and story matter above all when it comes to fully enjoying art-songs and Lieder, there is only one singer that will fully satisfy you: Christian Gerhaher. Over the last 10, 15 years Gerhaher and his ingenious partner on the piano, Gerold Huber, have set a new,

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C M Artist Of The Week: Darshaan

London-based artist and producer Darshaan is our Artist Of The Week! Once he picked up his first guitar at age 11, he knew music was the road for him, gigging around Cardiff’s open mic circuit, going on to study music production at BIMM London. He played gigs at some of London’s most storied venues, with his soulful pop/R&B sound that fans of Daniel Caesar, Years & Years and Jamie Issac are sure to love. His latest single, the summery “Watercolours.” premiered on the Bobby Friction Show on BBC Asian Network, and just so happens to be our choice cut too!

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FabulousFlipSides Fabulous Flip Sides – Interview with X’s Exene Cervenka

We spoke with X’s Exene Cervenka about The Doors’ Ray Manzarek, who produced their first 4 albums on Elektra, Exene’s latest solo album, X’s upcoming tour with The Damned, Violent Femmes and Squeeze, the KAABOO festival, baseball and her family. …

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FabulousFlipSides Fabulous Flip Sides – Interview with X’s Exene Cervenka

We spoke with X’s Exene Cervenka about The Doors’ Ray Manzarek, who produced their first 4 albums on Elektra, Exene’s latest solo album, X’s upcoming tour with The Damned, Violent Femmes and Squeeze, the KAABOO festival, baseball and her family. …

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Wishing a very happy birthday to my dear friend John Cameron Mitchell!Shot for L’Officiel USA, 2018

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Freya Parr Five essential works by Haydn

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Symphony No. 103, ‘Drumroll’

Of his last dozen symphonies written for London visits, the Drumroll is an excellent introduction to Haydn’s playful style – from portentous to ebullient in a heartbeat.

Recommended recording:
Concertgebouw Orchestra/Colin Davis
Philips 442 6112

 

 

 

String Quartets, Op. 33

Recognised as Haydn’s finest set of string quartets, these include one nicknamed ‘The Bird’ for its birdsong-like first violin part and another, ‘The Joke’, so-named for reasons evident in the finale.

Recommended recording:
Festetics Quartet
Arcana A 414

 

 

 

Trumpet Concerto

Haydn’s genius transformed this martial instrument into an eloquent and charming soloist, both in the inspired slow movement and in the sparkling finale.

Recommended recording:
Alison Balsom; German Chamber Philharmonic, Bremen
EMI 216 2130

 

 

 

The Creation

Haydn’s vivid musical portrait of the Biblical creation story up to the creation of Adam and Eve is direct yet charmingly apt.

Recommended recording:
Gabrieli Consort & Players/Paul McCreesh
DG Archiv 477 7361

 

 

 

Nelson Mass

The dramatic military-style rhythms which open this Mass reflect the Napoleonic War raging while Haydn composed. Otherwise, it’s charming and upbeat, even if the baleful opening returns in the ‘Benedictus’.

Recommended recording:
Collegium Musicum 90/Richard Hickox
Chandos CHAN 0640

 

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