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Gramophone Editor's Choice

Månedens Udvalgte

Gramophone udvælger hver måned en række nye klassiske udgivelser, der har lige netop det ekstra, som gør dem til noget særligt.
Nedenfor finder du nogle af de albums, som har fået det prestigefyldte stempel: Gramophone Editor's Choice.

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Image Symphony No 2 (Lobgesang)
EDITOR'S CHOICE OCTOBER 2017

This uplifting performance concludes Gardiner's rewarding cycle of the composer's symphonies: a fitting end.




kr. 139,95
Image Piano Concerto No. 2 & Études-Tableaux, Op. 33
EDITOR'S CHOICE OCTOBER 2017

That such familiar music can sound this thrilling is testimony to both the work's enduring appeal and its soloist's skill.




kr. 80,00
Image Images; L'Isle joyeuse; Estampes; Masques; Childre
EDITOR'S CHOICE OCTOBER 2017

Steven Osborne explores some of the most sublime, poetic and painterly music with a real sense of its intrigue, drama and beauty. A very fine recording, from a very fine pianist.



kr. 139,95
Image An Ode on the Death of Mr Henry Purcell
EDITOR'S CHOICE OCTOBER 2017

Arcangelo under Jonathan Cohen go from strength to strength; on this latest album they offer expert and engaging advocacy of the music Purcell's teacher, John Blow.



kr. 139,95
Image Luther and the Music of the Reformation
EDITOR'S CHOICE OCTOBER 2017

As we mark 500 years since the Reformation, Vox Luminis offer a wonderfully performed - and packaged - survey of its impact on music.










kr. 255,00
Image Il sogno di Scipione
EDITOR'S CHOICE OCTOBER 2017

Early Mozart gets characteristically committed and compelling performance from the ever-impressive Ian Page and his Classical Opera Group.




kr. 179,95
Image Hamlet (DVD)
EDITOR'S CHOICE OCTOBER 2017

This release of a visually unknown 19th-century Shakespearean opera constitutes, so write our reviewer Mark Pulling, 'a major operatic rediscovery'.









kr. 389,95
Image Cello Concertos
EDITOR'S CHOICE OCTOBER 2017

If the two Haydn concertos are the most accomplished contributions to the cello’s burgeoning repertoire written in the eighteenth century, the CPE Bach coupling is scarcely less fine. Two charmingly rococo encores complete this latest essential release from Steven Isserlis



kr. 139,95
Image Sixteen Sunrises; Symphony No. 5; Concertante Vari
EDITOR'S CHOICE OCTOBER 2017

"A composer with a wonderful grasp of the possibilities for colour from an orchestra, something Brains and his colleagues clearly relish in this fine-sounding recording."



kr. 139,95
Image Edinburgh 1742: Barsanti & Handel
EDITOR'S CHOICE OCTOBER 2017

"Proof, if needed, that Baroque music can continue to surprise us, as Lindsay Kemp puts it. A rare outing for some of this repertoire - but why? Perhaps this disc will change that."



kr. 139,95
Image Violin Sonatas, Vol. 4
EDITOR'S CHOICE OCTOBER 2017

"Shaping up to be a cycle destined to define this music for a long time, on disc at least; Ibragimova and Tiberghien again treat later and early works with the same belief and conviction."



kr. 139,95
Image Carnevale 1729
EDITOR'S CHOICE OCTOBER 2017

"Step into Venice in full festive flow as Wallenberg offers arias from seven operas you'd have heard if you were there in 1729: historical research bears fabulous fruits for the ears!"



kr. 239,95
Image Stravaganza d'amore!
EDITOR'S CHOICE OCTOBER 2017

"Praise here for a complete package - performance and presentation alike - that offers a thrilling and fascinating insight into the early days of opera from, appropriately enough, a Gramophone Award-winner from last year."







kr. 149,95
Image Daphnis et Chloe Suite No 2 & L'arbre des songes (
EDITOR'S CHOICE OCTOBER 2017

"If you can't make it to the Barbican to watch the new partnership in person, the here's an excellent change to observe Rattle and his new London colleagues in action. As Mark Pulling puts it, it augurs well!"






kr. 149,95
Image Symphonies Nos. 39 & 40
EDITOR'S CHOICE OCTOBER 2017

"Suitor's fine archive Mozart is, as Rob Cowan writes, well worth investigating."




kr. 139,95
Image Late Works
Editor's Choice September 2017


"Carter's late works - he continued to write beyond his 100th birthday - are given vivid, reflective performances here by some of the composer's leading champions."


kr. 139,95
Image Piano Concertos Nos. 25 & 26
Editor's Choice September 2017


"If compelling evidence were needed that Mozart's K503 concerto is underrated - as Piemontesi asserts in this month's Musician and the Score - then here it is."


kr. 139,95
Image Complete String Quartets
Editor's Choice September 2017


"A year on from their Gramophone Award success with Tippett, the hugely impressive young ensemble are equally as convincing in Bartók's work for string quartet."

kr. 149,95
Image Piano Sonatas, Vol. 5
Editor's Choice September 2017


"Other Mozart series and pianists may attract more profile, but few attract quite the praise that Youn's beautiful and engaging approach to this music has. This is really worth hearing."


kr. 139,95
Image Through Life and Love
Editor's Choice September 2017


"The debut recital album from a very promising singer reveals a wonderful affinity for the songs of Strauss: Alder is very much, as we go on to say on page 11, one to watch."


kr. 139,95
Image All-Night Vigil
Editor's Choice september 2017


"When the author of our recent Collection feature on Rachmaninov's All- Night Vigil places this newcomer among 'the very best available', admirers of this work need not hesitate."

kr. 139,95
Image Dreams and Fancies: English music for solo guitar
Editor's Choice September 2017


"Young guitarist - and like Piemontesi, a former BBC New Generation Artist - Shibe's rich approach to tonal colour brings evocative depth to these (mainly) 20th-century works for his instrument."

The Elbphilharmonie, the “hall of wonders” (The Guardian), is undoubtedly the new landmark of Hamburg, a monumental synthesis of breath-taking architecture, a unique location and a world-class concert hall.

kr. 139,95
Image Elbphilharmonie Hamburg – Grand Opening Concert (D
Editor's Choice september 2017


"'A record of an extraordinary musical event ... highly recommended', as critic Charlotte Gardner puts it. She was there, and is thus well qualified to asses how the event has transferred to film."


The Elbphilharmonie, the “hall of wonders” (The Guardian), is undoubtedly the new landmark of Hamburg, a monumental synthesis of breath-taking architecture, a unique location and a world-class concert hall.


kr. 285,00
Image Die schöne Müllerin
Gramophone editor's choice august 2017

MÅNEDENS CD I NAXOS MUSIKKLUB, AUGUST 2017.

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"Undervejs skal der skiftes fortællerperspektiv, når sangeren skal gå fra at portrættere den forelskede ungersvend til kortvarigt at være for eksempel den udkårne eller hendes far. Men han gør det uden de store falbelader, og det virker."
Politiken juni 2017

kr. 139,95
Image First Drop
Gramophone editor's choice august 2017
Ugens Album på P2 2017 (uge 24)

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★ ★ ★ ★ ★
"KOR-GULD: ’First drop’ er ny kormusik på svævende højt plan med Ars Nova Copenhagen."
gregersdh.dk juni 2017


"a disc that is full of delights and surprises"
San Francisco Chronicle 2017

Siden 2003 har Paul Hillier dirigeret Ars Nova Copenhagen og sammen har de opbygget et rygte som en af verdens mest alsidige og opfindende vokalensembler.

kr. 139,95
Image In Damascus
Gramophone editor's choice august 2017

Even though Jonathan Dove is best known as a vocal or choral composer, with operas and works for children forming the backbone of his output, his chamber music reveals similar predilections for narrative, drama, atmosphere and a sense of the personal. His new commission from the Sacconi Quartet In Damascus was inspired by the violinist Hannah Dawson’s suggestion for a work that should reflect aspects of the conflict in Syria; not because music can offer any political solution, but simply as an expression of empathy, sorrow, even outrage at those terrible events. Featuring a performance by tenor Mark Padmore, the text is taken from prose-poems by Ali Safar that draw on his first- hand experiences in Syria, eloquently translated by Anne-Marie McManus. The Sacconi’s present this new work alongside his string quartet work Out of Time, and his Piano Quintet – performed with pianist Charles Owen.

kr. 139,95
Image Håkan Hardenberger plays Dean & Francesconi
Gramophone editor's choice august 2017

Ever since his very first disc, released by BIS some thirty years ago, Håkan Hardenberger has earned recognition for his performances of the classical repertory, but also as a pioneer of significant and virtuosic new music for the trumpet.

kr. 139,95
Image Debut
Gramophone editor's choice august 2017

In January 2015 Elisabeth Brauß won first prize at the competition “Ton und Erklärung” in Frankfurt and performed with the Frankfurt Radio Symphony in the finale. This prize is awarded annually by the Cultural Society of the German Economy in BDI; OehmsClassics also presents the prize winner CD each year. The 2015 prize winner obviously has a great career before her: she has already given guest performances at the Konzerthaus in Berlin, the Hamburg Laeiszhalle, the Mariinksy Theatre in St. Petersburg, at the Beethovenfest in Bonn, at the Heidelberg Spring Festival and regularly at the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival and the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Festival. In October 2016 she also won the KlavierOlymp in Bad Kissingen. If those aren’t reasons for hope, what are?

kr. 139,95
Image Secular Cantatas, Vol. 8
Gramophone editor's choice august 2017

Besides the fact that they both celebrate Augustus III, Elector of Saxony and King of Poland, there is a close connection between the two works included on the eighth volume of Bach’s secular cantatas. On 2nd October 1734, the King and his family made a surprise visit to Leipzig, and in all haste a festive event was planned for three days later, in celebration of the anniversary of Augustus’s ascension to the Polish throne. Bach was asked to provide the musical entertainment, and consequently had to put aside the work he was busy composing… namely BWV 206 Schleicht, spielende Wellen, intended for a celebration of the King’s birthday on 7th October! The new cantata, Preise dein Glücke, gesegnetes Sachsen, BWV 215, is a substantial work, and it is not surprising that Bach, with only a few days to produce it, had recourse to earlier compositions: the only parts that were written completely from scratch were the recitatives, the soprano aria (seventh movement) and the final chorus. In the meantime, BWV 206 – the birthday cantata that Bach had to put on hold – came to good use two years later, when the King’s birthday was celebrated with a concert at Zimmermann’s coffee house in Leipzig. Both works are richly scored with trumpets and timpani, and here receive suitably festive performances from Bach Collegium Japan and Masaaki Suzuki.

kr. 139,95
Image Elbphilharmonie Hamburg – Grand Opening Concert (D
Gramophone editor's choice august 2017

The Elbphilharmonie, the “hall of wonders” (The Guardian), is undoubtedly the new landmark of Hamburg, a monumental synthesis of breath-taking architecture, a unique location and a world-class concert hall. In varying instrumentation the NDR Elbphilharmonie Orchestra under the baton of Principal Conductor Thomas Hengelbrock and several top-class soloists explores in the opening concert the possibilities of the Elbphilharmonie’s Grand Hall and its acoustics with an exciting programme that spans across all musical eras, from the Renaissance to the present. It culminates in a brand-new commissioned work, created especially for this occasion by the most important living German composer, Wolfgang Rihm. “A striking building, a scintillating concert!” (The New York Times). BONUS: This documentary accompanies the formation process of this grand building, from the first sketch plans to the rehearsals before it´s festive inauguration and includes statements by the architets Pierre de Meuron and Jacques Herzog, the acoustician Yasuhisa Toyota, Christoph Lieben-Seutter, Thomas Hengelbrock and more

kr. 285,00
Image Bach’s Goldberg Variations and its predecessors (D
Gramophone editor's choice august 2017

When Kit Armstrong was only 14, he overcame his mentor Alfred Brendel’s reluctance to take on pupils. Said Brendel: “He played so beautifully that I thought to myself, ‘I have to make time for him.’ It was a performance that really led you from the first to the last note.” Soon Armstrong was winning international prizes both as pianist and as composer and was appearing as soloist at some of the world’s foremost venues. At the Concertgebouw, Armstrong mesmerized his audience with Bach’s monumental Goldberg Variations – preceded by earlier polyphonic variation masterpieces by William Byrd, Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck and John Bull. “Enlightening and exhilarating” (Revierpassagen). “Armstrong’s phenomenal recital was so exceptional that every attempt to describe it falls short” (NRC)

kr. 189,95
Image Die Zauberflöte (DVD)
Gramophone editor's choice august 2017

Accompanied by a luxurious team of professionals, consisting of the renowned stage director Peter Stein, stage designer Ferdinand Wöger and conductor Ádám Fischer, Teatro alla Scala presents Mozart’s Zauberflöte. In this production, orchestra, chorus, soloists as well as outfitters all consisted of students of the Academia Teatro alla Scala, the educational institution aimed to train the young talents, founded by the Teatro alla Scala in 2001. The result was stunning – an instant success – with all ten performances selling out at La Scala, which is famous for its extremely critical loggionisti. According to Die Presse, Fischer ‘gets the best out of the Academy Orchestra with delicate execution and humane phrasing’ while the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung praises Fatma Said as Pamina and Yasmin Özkan as the Queen of the Night.

kr. 389,95
Image Visions
EDITOR'S CHOICE JULY 2017
"Admirers of Veronique Gens will know what to expect: namely powerful characterisation, emotional commitment and singing of deeply moving beauty."
Gramophone juli 2017

kr. 139,95
Image Violin Concerto & Violin Sonata No. 1
EDITOR'S CHOICE JULY 2017
"Whether in concerto or sonata, Vadim gluzman proves himself a violinist of fine tone, calm control and virtuosity."
Gramophone juli 2017


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Violinist træder ind i hjertelandet
"Vadim Gluzman er en af tidens vigtige stjerner. Hans indspilninger har udløst internationale priser. På sit spritnye album tager han fat på kostelige skatte af Brahms. (...) Det er dristigt at træde ind i hjertelandet, men Gluzman gør det med overbevisning."
Politiken maj 2017


kr. 139,95
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