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Unknown Dip Your Ears, No. 260 (Mendelssohn Delight)


F.Mendelssohn-B., Piano Concertos et al.
Jan Lisiecki (piano)
Orpheus Chamber Orchestra
(DG)

In the course of listening to Roberto Prosseda’s recording of the Mendelssohn Piano Concertos (ClassicsToday review here) and re-listening to some key competition (Brautigam, Helmchen, Perahia (polite), Schiff (terrific), Serkin, Thibaudet (playful) et al.), I also came across Jan Lisiecki’s

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Unknown Dip Your Ears, No. 260 (Mendelssohn Delight)


F.Mendelssohn-B., Piano Concertos et al.
Jan Lisiecki (piano)
Orpheus Chamber Orchestra
(DG)

In the course of listening to Roberto Prosseda’s recording of the Mendelssohn Piano Concertos (ClassicsToday review here) and re-listening to some key competition (Brautigam, Helmchen, Perahia (polite), Schiff (terrific), Serkin, Thibaudet (playful) et al.), I also came across Jan Lisiecki’s

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Unknown Familiensache—Maisky Trio & Friends in Schumann und Franck: Latest @ Wiener Zeitung

Julian Rachlin entfesselte einen FunkenregenHochkarätig besetzte Kammermusik im Brahms-Saal des Musikvereins.Kammermusikabend im Brahms Saal des Musikvereins mit dem Maisky-Familienklaviertrio, bereichert um Julian Rachlin und Bratschistin Sarah McElravy: Die vier Streicher – Sascha Maisky an der zweiten Geige und der unverwüstliche Mischa Maisky – bildeten eine Viererkette vor der hinten vom

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Unknown On ClassicsToday: Christina Pluhar Goes To Heaven

Himmelsmusik: Christina Pluhar Goes To Heaven

Review by: Jens F. Laurson

Artistic Quality: ?

Sound Quality: ?

Christina Pluhar, whom a Spiegel magazine article once dubbed “The Domina of Early Music”, has made a name for herself with funky and very contemporary performances of ancient music—performances that tend to be divisive within the early music world and even among her admirers.

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Unknown On ClassicsToday: The Well-Trebled Christmas Oratorio

The Well-Trebled Christmas Oratorio

Review by: Jens F. Laurson

Artistic Quality: ?

Sound Quality: ?

If you like trebles in Bach—and specifically in the Christmas Oratorio—why not opt for those that Bach, a few generations back, worked with himself? Certainly, this latest production has much going for it, whether on CD, DVD, or Blu-ray. (I worked with the DVD.) The new Thomaskantor

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Unknown Ten Recordings to Remember Mariss Jansons By

Photo of Mariss Jansons by Astrid Ackermann
Mariss Jansons died earlier this year, on 30. November. Earlier than you would expect from a great conductor – since we tend to perceive great conductors bathed in a gentle glow of immortality. But neither was it entirely unexpected, after his past and recent health failings and his preternaturally frail appearance. Between my first Mariss Jansons

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Unknown Ten Recordings to Remember Mariss Jansons By

Photo of Mariss Jansons by Astrid Ackermann
Mariss Jansons died earlier this year, on 30. November. Earlier than you would expect from a great conductor – since we tend to perceive great conductors bathed in a gentle glow of immortality. But neither was it entirely unexpected, after his past and recent health failings and his preternaturally frail appearance. Between my first Mariss Jansons

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Unknown Alain Altinoglu in Rubbish Liszt and Crusading Prokofiev

Vienna, February 26, 2019; Musikverein—Liszt’s tone poem From the Cradle to the Grave is bound be one of those works that we will spasmodically “rediscover”, revive, hype, and – briefly – praise before forgetting again… because it really isn’t all that great. (Also see point 8 of David Hurwitz’ “Classical Music’s Ten Dirtiest Secrets”.) It fails to deliver on what it sets out to do: It does *not

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Unknown Riccardo Mutis Wiener Klangspektakel: Latest @ Wiener Zeitung

Riccardo Mutis Wiener KlangspektakelTschaikowskis Klassiker ist an die Staatsoper zurückgekehrt.Bei Beethovens fünftem Klavierkonzert weiß man immerhin, was man hat. Gekonnt und formschön spielt Rudolf Buchbinder Beethoven und immer wieder Beethoven, zu geschmeidig, groß und satt auftragenden, Riccardo-Muti-gesteuerten Philharmonikern. Davon kann man nicht genug bekommen. Oder? Wilhelm Backhaus

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