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2018-19 Season

   

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  1. Chanticleer: A Fireside Christmas (DVD)

    It wouldn't be Christmas without Chanticleer, and this year you can enjoy it beside your own virtual fire. This is not your average Christmas Yule Log. This Yule Log showcases one of the world's leading ensembles performing the pure sounds of music from long ago. Chanticleer's hauntingly beautiful singing captures the true essence and spirit of Christmas past. So forget all that canned Log music, go for the real thing and feel the warmth of your virtual fire throughout the radiant sounds of Grammy award-winning Chanticleer.
    $18.99
  2. Sir Georg Solti - Mahler: Symphony No.8 (VINYL)

    This version of the Eighth Symphony is one of Sir Georg Solti's greatest triumphs on record. The conductor's high-voltage interpretive style was not always ideally suited to Mahler's music -- for example, both of his recordings of the Ninth Symphony seem curiously fidgety -- but there's no question that this is one of the best recordings ever made of Mahler's mighty Eighth. Solti sculpts this sprawling score into a coherent, dramatic shape. Since its first release on LP in 1971, audiophiles have treasured this recording for its sonic potency -- it still has tremendous impact.
    $49.99
  3. Boulez - Mahler: Symphony No. 8 (2 CDs)

    Legendary conductor Pierre Boulez brings his acclaimed Mahler symphonies cycle to a spectacular conclusion with this new recording of the monumental Symphony No. 8. Boulez teams up with Barenboim's Staatskapelle Berlin, the Berlin State Opera and Radio Choruses, as well as a strong cast of soloists including Michelle DeYoung, Johan Botha and Twyla Robinson to deliver his long- awaited reading of what is arguably one of Mahler's biggest and most impressive scores, also known as "Symphony of a Thousand" due to the large number of musicians needed to perform the piece.

    This release crowns a more-than-decade-long project involving all the symphonies and major orchestral works of Gustav Mahler--a project that is both of highest personal value to Maestro Boulez and an important document of Mahler interpretation.
    $19.98
  4. Yulianna Avdeeva: Chopin, Schubert, Prokofiev (2 CDs)

    Pianist Yulianna Avdeeva, winner of the Warsaw Chopin Competition, presents her first solo recording, featuring three major composers - Chopin, Schubert, and Prokofiev.
    $28.99
  5. Javier Perianes: Grieg Piano Concerto (CD)

    Celebrated Spanish pianist Javier Perianes joins forces with the BBC Symphony Orchestra under Sakari Oramo for a performance of one of Grieg's most popular works. Composed when he was just 24, Grieg's Piano Concerto combines elements of the Romantic style with motifs typically found in Norwegian folk music. Grieg felt more comfortable writing in miniature forms and in 35 years, produced no fewer than 66 Lyric Pieces - every one a gem. The Piano Concerto is paired here with selections from that collection, including the popular March of the Trolls, the poetic Homesickness and his final lyric piece, Remembrances.
    $22.99
  6. Glenn Gould - Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 5 / Strauss: Burleske (CD)

    These two CBC television soundtracks are valuable additions to Glenn Gould's discography. His 1970 Emperor concerto, though not without its quirks, boasts an uncluttered directness largely absent from his studio version with Leopold Stokowski. By contrast, Gould puts on his best lily-gilding airs for Strauss's youthful Burleske, a work he never tackled in the studio. Within the limitations of the mono TV source, the sound is more listenable than previous bootleg incarnations of this material. --Jed Distler
    $14.99
  7. Grimaud - Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 5, 'Emperor' / Piano Sonata No. 28 (CD)

    Beethoven's "Emperor" Concerto becomes a compelling musical journey in the hands of Helene Grimaud, accompanied by Dresden's venerable Staatskapelle and the acclaimed young conductor, Vladimir Jurowski. The chemistry between these charismatic musicians is exceptional. Grimaud rounds out the programme with the lyrical Sonata op. 101.
    $21.99
  8. Ludwig van Beethoven: Serenades (CD)

    Ensemble Schönbrunn has built an admirable reputation with over 25 years of concerts and CD recordings of chamber music selected by its artistic leader and founding member Marten Root who re-discovered unknown repertoire, ranging from Girolamo Frescobaldi to Debussy. They also distinguish themselves by presenting well-known masterpieces from the chamber music repertoire in an innovative way. Such is this case with this album of chamber works by Beethoven, which includes Serenade for Flute, Violin, and Viola op. 25 and the Serenade for Violin, Viola, and Cello op. 8.
    $19.99
  9. Beatrice Rana - Bach: Goldberg Variations (CD)

    In the wake of unanimous critical acclaim for her recording debut in concertos by Prokofiev and Tchaikovsky, Beatrice Rana responds with a courageous solo outing, exploring Bach's masterwork in the variation form with a rewarding, personal journey through the composer's incredible contrapuntal writing and the range of the emotional worlds distilled in each of the Aria's 30 permutations.
    $19.99
  10. Gould & Karajan: Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 3 / Sibelius Symphony No. 5 (CD)

    This recording of Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 3 is the result of a series of six concerts that Glenn Gould and Herbert von Karajan have in May of 1957 in Berlin. While the two artists often resided in opposite camps when it came to interpretation, this performance is unique in its moments of compromise and true collaboration. Unlike the recording Gould made of this same work in 1959 with Leonard Bernstein, this performance flows with lyricism and beauty under Karajan’s leadership.
    $28.99

   

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