Gramophone Editor’s Choice September 2016



Gramophone Disc of the Month

Gramophone Choice

Liszt: Transcendental Studies, S139 – Gerstein

“Liszt‘s Transcendental Etudes are a quintessential distillation of the mid-19th centu...

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John Blow: Symphony Anthems – Choir of New College Oxford & St James’ Baroque

JOHN BLOW – mentor, colleague and friend of Purcell – deserves recognition as a major figure ...

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Schoenberg: String Quartets – Resch; Asasello Quartet

A new Genuin CD with the thrilling Asasello Quartet. It’s the third disc released by the en...

£26.99

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Reger: 4 Sonatas for Solo Violin – Wallin

Max Reger’s Sonatas for Solo Violin op.42 conclude this complete recording of his violin oeuvre...

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Rachmaninov: Vespers – Brown; Vanderwal; Saint Thomas Choir / Scott

Resonus Classics is pleased to present the second in a series of six recordings from the internat...

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Sibelius: Symphonies Nos. 3, 6 & 7 – Minnesota Orchestra / Vänskä

The long-awaited final disc in the Sibelius cycle from Minnesota Ochestra and Osmo Vänskä

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Telemann: Concertos & Cantata Ihr Völker Hört – Wilkinson; Florilegium

Recently we’ve seen a spate of loud and showy Baroque releases including the two new recordings of...

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Jose Iturbi: The Victor & HMV Solo Recordings

Spanish pianist José Iturbi (1896-1980) was a pupil of Landowska and Victor Staub at the Paris C...

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Wagner: Tristan und Isolde – Gould; Herlitzius; Bayreuth Festival Orchestra / Thielemann

An important and highly-anticipated new production of Wagner’s take on this ultimate, immor...

£21.99

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