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Image Wood Works (LP)
Den Danske Strygekvartets kærlighed til den traditionelle, skandinaviske folkemusik er snart lige så kendt som kvartettens fornemme greb om det klassiske repertoire. Nu udgiver det danske ensemble, som i disse år er huskvartet hos både Lincoln Centre Chamber Music Society og BBC Radio 3, albummet "Wood Works" på både CD og LP. Her præsenterer kvartetten deres yndlingsmelodier fra den nordiske folkemusik - bl.a. det brudestykke fra Fanø, som i en videooptagelse er nået vidt omkring på YouTube og Vimeo med over 50.000 afspilninger.

kr. 189,95
Image Vienna, fin de siècle (2 LP)
After the huge success of her first album for Alpha, Crazy Girl Crazy (Alpha 293), which received a Grammy Award, a JUNO Classical Award in Canada, the Preis der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik, FFFF in Télérama and DIAMANT in Opéra Magazine and was BBC Music Magazine CD of the Month, Barbara Hannigan is back with her long-time collaborator, the Dutch pianist and great interpreter of twentieth-century music Reinbert de Leeuw, for a recital exploring the roots of modern music, with the composers who left their mark on the turn of the twentieth century: Hugo Wolf (Mignon Lieder), Arnold Schoenberg (Vier Lieder Op.2), Anton Webern (Fünf Lieder nach Gedichten von R. Dehmel), Alexander Zemlinsky (selected lieder), Alma Mahler (Die stille Nacht etc.) and Alban Berg (Sieben frühe Lieder). From what has been called the Second Viennese School, an incredible mix of musicians, painters, writers and other artists frequenting salons and cafés, a completely new musical language was born. Barbara Hannigan is especially fond of this repertory and has long championed it. Of course, we think of Berg and his unforget-table Lulu: ‘The artist who sings’, as journalists often like to describe her, embodies this music with her legendary dramatic sense, making each of these lieder a story in itself, even a mini-opera.



kr. 279,95
Image Fritz Wunderlich (LP)
Although fifty years have now passed since Fritz Wunderlich’s tragic death on September 17, 1966, the singer and his incomparable tenor voice have remained unforgotten. One reason for this was the meteoric success of his artistic career. Following his performance in a student production of Mozart's Magic Flute in Freiburg, the young singer was instantly engaged by the Stuttgart State Opera, then went on to Frankfurt and Munich, performed at the Vienna State Opera and the Salzburg Festival, and had already received an offer from the New York Metropolitan Opera. What people remember most about him was his vital, lively personality, his almost limitless ability to cope under pressure, and of course his mellifluous voice, with its great depth, radiance, and delightful timbre. His accurate and always intelligible pronunciation of the words he sang has remained quite unparalleled. He performed operetta scenes with ease and charming levity; he bestowed the grace of genuine feeling onto lieder that had fallen into sentimental discredit; and he belted out party pieces with all the effortless verve of an Italian…. This first Vinyl-Edition of BR-KLASSIK presents early, as yet unreleased radio recordings made between 1959 and 1965. The recordings of some Munich Sunday concerts and studio recordings by the Bayerischer Rundfunk show him and his tenor voice at the height of their success. Together with the Munich Radio Orchestra and the Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks, he can be experienced singing with such renowned conductors as Kurt Eichhorn, Siegfried Köhler, Willy Mattes, Hans Moltkau and Meinhard von Zallinger. Here he focused primarily on the German repertoire, from comic opera to operetta all the way to popular hits which,to this day, more or less owe their very survival to his interpretations of them in concerts and recordings. Fritz Wunderlich - the tenor voice of the 20th century par excellence – can be relived here in these unreleased recordings from BR-KLASSIK. ? First Vinyl-Release of BR-KLASSIK ? Previously unreleased recordings by the tenor, made between 1959 and 1965 in Munich ? Exciting live atmosphere and professional studio recordings ? The Munich Radio Orchestra under pioneering conductors of the 1950s and 1960s

kr. 319,95
Image Motetten BWV 225-230 (2 LP)
To launch Philippe Herreweghe’s birthday year, we turn the spotlight once more on one of his most accomplished recordings: Bach’s Motets BWV 225-230. Recorded in 2011 in the splendid acoustics of the Jesus-Christus-Kirche in Berlin, this interpretation is accompanied by period instruments and is the result of intense reflection concerning the performing forces: Philippe Herreweghe sometimes uses a small number of singers per part, sometimes a larger group, according to the needs of the motet in question. He sees these pieces in terms of continuous research, in which ‘several approaches are possible and even necessary if one wishes to make this marvellous music sound its best, and especially for a recording’. For the greater pleasure of the eyes and ears of turntable lovers, these masterpieces by the Kantor of Leipzig now appear in a novel incarnation, subtly combining the label’s new and modern graphic line with the timeless style of the vinyl format.

kr. 279,95
Image Erlkönigs Tochter (Elverskud) (Vinyl)
Sophie Junker, Ivonne Fuchs, Johannes Weisser, DR VokalEnsemblet, Concerto Copenhagen, Lars Ulrik Mortensen

★ ★ ★ ★ ★
"Sangsolisterne er perfekt castede som den bekymrede Moder, den lettere maniske hr. Oluf og den isnende Elverprinsesse."
Magasinet Klassisk maj 2018

★ ★ ★ ★
»Musikalsk set er der tale om en mere end tilfredsstillende udgivelse med gode sangere«
Kristeligt Dagblad marts 2018

"Den vellykkede og velklingende indspilning er foretaget i DR Koncerthuset i København og begyndte to dage efter komponistens 200 års fødselsdag (22. februar 1817), mens fremstillingen af pladen er foregået på en pladefabrik i Tyskland. Lytterens opmærksomhed fanges fra den første sagte pauketone. Prologen med sin herlige, romantiske korsats (»Herr Oluf Abends hielt an sein Ross«), hvis melodi er magen til epilogens, smyger sig ind i ørerne, for så at blive afløst af solisternes kønne arier og dramatiske dialoger."
Flensborg Avis april 2018

Elverskud er en dramatisk kantate fra 1854 baseret på danske folkeviser. Værket blev en af Niels W. Gades største succeser; ikke kun i Danmark, men i hele Europa, hvor Elverskud blev opført flere hundrede gange, ofte dirigeret af Gade selv. Gade var særligt beundret i Tyskland, og på denne udgivelse opføres Elverskud for første gang i datidens instrumentation og for første gang med den tyske tekst, som gav værket sin internationale berømmelse. Måske er dette danske nationalklenodie ikke så dansk alligevel?

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kr. 239,95
Image Sommerfugledalen (LP)
"En ny fortolkning af Inger Christensens »Sommerfugledalen« er et must for elskere af kormusik,"
Flensborg Avis juli 2018


★ ★ ★ ★
"Phillip Faber har selv erklæret, at ”krydsfeltet mellem Inger Christensens rekviem og de unge sangere skaber en spænding og en skrøbelig melankoli, som jeg håber kan yde teksten retfærdighed.” Det er i vid udstrækning lykkedes Faber at leve op til denne ambition,"
Kristeligt Dagblad maj 2018

DR PigeKorets chefdirigent Phillip Faber (f. 1984) er også komponist, og satte i 25-året for Inger Christensens digtcyklus Sommerfugledalen – et requiem musik til den ikoniske tekst. Værket er skrevet til DR PigeKoret, og krydsfeltet mellem Inger Christensens tekst og de unge sangere skaber en spænding og en skrøbelig melankoli, der kaster en gnist af lys på Inger Christensens værk – her præsenteret på en ny, flot vinyludgivelse.

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kr. 189,95
Image The Mærsk Opera
The Mærsk Opera is an opera in three acts for 26 voices, choir and
orchestra about the building of the Copenhagen Opera House; how it was donated to the City of Copenhagen as a "Gift for the People", financed solely by Denmark’s richest man, the late Shippingowner Mærsk McKinney-Møller.

The Mærsk Opera tells the story of the power relation between a single privileged individual, his company and the surrounding society, through the much debated building of the Opera House.

The artwork for the vinyl is made by the art group SUPERFLEX, whose works can be seen in museums all over the world, including Tate Modern, Louisiana – Museum of Modern Art, Kunsthaus Graz, Brooklyn Museum among others.

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kr. 299,00
Image Schubert in Love (LP)
A few years after the success of her album crossing Baroque music with folk, Love I Obey (ALPHA538), the Franco-American singer Rosemary Standley visits Schubert, this time with the complicity of the ensemble Contraste: ‘We all have a few notes of Schubert buried deep inside us’ say the artists, who have got together around his music and brought to it an original sound texture, the result of their varied influences – classical, pop, jazz, folk. They have picked some of the best-known lieder (Ständchen, selections from Winterreise, etc.) and universally loved instrumental pieces, incorporating in them rhythms from other countries and instruments unusual in this repertory: the jazz trumpet of Airelle Besson, the guitar of Kevin Seddiki, the percussion of Jean-Luc Di Fraja join forces with the piano, violin, viola and cello of Contraste – not forgetting the exceptional participation of the soprano Sandrine Piau, who joins Rosemary Standley for several duets. The arrangements are by Johan Farjot.

kr. 179,95
Image Symphony No. 1 (LP)
The Lucerne Festival Orchestra, under the baton of master conductor Claudio Abbado, present this new recording of Anton Bruckner’s first Symphony. + The version performed here is the “Vienna” version of 1891, edited by Gunter Brosche. + “Abbado uncovered the radical nature of the work with its fascinating accumulations of intensity and abrupt interruptions…Long and enthusiastic standing ovations at the end for the conductor and orchestra.” (Die Welt)

kr. 339,75
Image Poeme de l’Amour et de la Mer (Vinyl)
Opera News heralded mezzo-soprano Sasha Cooke’s debut album on Yarlung Records and described her onstage “attractive, erotic stage presence.” Writing in Opera News specifically about this recording Eric Myers continues “Chausson’s heartfelt Poème de l’Amour et de la Mer is a magnificently over-the-top work, one that can be hugely effective when performed by a singer of Cooke’s intelligence and restraint. … her voice rides beautifully atop Chausson’s churning Symbolist score.” The New Zealand Herald describes Sasha’s voice as “bewitchingly lustrous.”
Sasha’s concert and opera schedule now takes her all over the world. Sasha won her first GRAMMY® Award for Sony’s DVD release of Doctor Atomic from The Met and her second GRAMMY for The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs at Santa Fe Opera. In addition to her performances in the major concert halls and opera houses around the world, Sasha performs regularly with The English Concert conducted by Yarlung’s Special Advisor Harry Bicket.
To capture the luscious sound of Sasha Cooke and Colburn Orchestra in the wonderful acoustics of Zipper Hall at The Colburn School, we built out and doubled the size of the stage to accommodate the number of musicians. We chose two coincident Neumann U-47s for 95% of the sound and two AKG C-12s for a small amount of reinforcement for the percussion and winds. We used microphone preamplifiers made for Yarlung by Elliot Midwood. We summed into two tracks as usual, without using a mixing board, and went directly to Agfa-formula 468 tape.

kr. 339,95
Image Partita No. 2 in D Minor (Vinyl)
After living a number of years in the United States, GRAMMY® and ICMA Nominated Finnish violinist Petteri Iivonen returned to Europe where he became concertmaster of the Finnish Opera orchestra in Helsinki before moving to Paris to serve as concertmaster for the Paris Opera. Petteri’s ability to play in many styles with sincerity and his natural lyrical facility with his instrument made him the ideal candidate to work with luminary conductors such as Esa-Pekka Salonen in Helsinki and now Gustavo Dudamel at Paris Opera.
Petteri commands his instrument with ease. While much of his playing is exceptionally beautiful, it is not beautiful for the sake of being pretty. I have heard few violinist’s with Petteri’s ability to control color and timbre, and even fewer who use this ability for such musical and appropriate ends. Petteri plays a Ferdinandus Gagliano violin in this recording, built in 1767. We recorded this performance during a live concert in Alfred Newman Hall at the University of Southern California. We chose a legendary Austrian AKG C-24 stereo microphone with the original brass surround CK12 tube, Midwood vacuum tube preamplifiers and no mixer recording to Agfa-formula 468 tape. The signal path was as short as we could make it, with as few electronics between performer and final product as we could manage. We hope you enjoy the results.
The Chaconne most likely originated as a dance in the New World which returned to Spain (along with much gold melted into blocks from irreplaceable Pre-Columbian art and jewelry) after the conquest of the Americas. This original Chaconne offered a fast, sexy, syncopated rhythm. Composers treated this dance with increasing invention and gravity during the Baroque era. Henry Purcell wrote complex and chromatic Chaconnes for violin. Bach’s Chaconne, from his Partita No. 2, may represent the culmination of this genre. Petteri plays with authority and freshness in any environment, and this recording reminds me handsomely why Johan Sebastian Bach remains among my favorite composers of all time. --Bob Attiyeh, producer

kr. 339,95
Image Aconcagua; Las Cuatro Estaciones Portenas (LP)
The accordion is an instrument that is deeply rooted in Lithuanian folk music. Today, the accordion is also recognized as a versatile instrument of classical music, a change in perception that has largely been promoted by Martynas Levickis, one of the most internationally sought-after musicians in his field. With its lightness and melancholy, Astor Piazzolla’s music has fascinated the young accordionist from an early age, and so it goes without saying that he is dedicating himself to this exceptional composer in his anniversary year. Together with the Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra he recorded "Aconcagua" live in concert. For conductor Modestas Pitrenas, Piazzolla's concerto - named posthumously after the highest mountain in the Americas - "conveys the climb to the roof of the earth in all its facets and symbolism: freedom, longing, loneliness, pain, transfiguration, peace." Levickis has a long and close collaboration with the chamber orchestra "Mikroórkestra". Together they present their interpretation of "Las Cuatro Estaciones Portenas," Piazzolla's timeless masterpieces of many styles that capture in music the four seasons in Argentina's capital Buenos Aires.

kr. 279,95
Image Violin Concerto & Sonata for Two Violins (Vinyl)
With 22 symphonies, 17 string quartets, 9 concertos, and 7 operas, the composer Mieczyslaw Weinberg left behind an extensive oeuvre. Musically, one can hear the composer's close friendship with Dmitri Shostakovich, although Weinberg's music is more lyrical and romantic in nature. Nevertheless, the composer was long forgotten and his music has only been rediscovered in the last ten years. Gidon Kremer has dedicated himself to the rediscovery and cultivation of Weinberg's music.
In February 2020, he performed Weinberg's Violin Concerto op. 67 with the Gewandhausorchester Leipzig under the musical direction of Daniele Gatti as part of a series of concerts in honor of the composer's 100th birthday at the Leipzig Gewandhaus.
Weinberg completed the concerto in 1959, the culmination of one of his most creative and successful phases of the 1950s. The work captivates with its large symphonic structure and its four movements, which are rather atypical for a concerto. Also in 1959, Weinberg composed the Sonata for Two Violins op. 69, which Kremer recorded with the Latvian violinist Madara Petersone, concert master of the Kremerata Baltica.
Recorded live at the Gewandhaus zu Leipzig, February 2020 (Violin Concerto) and at Paliesiaus dvaras, December 2019 (Sonata)

kr. 279,95
Image Best of Philip Glass - An 80th Anniversary Tribute
This compilation celebrates Philip Glass’ 80th birthday through his unique contribution to the solo piano repertoire. It includes the sweepingly diverse and intricately melodic Etudes which are both technique-expanding and also intimately personal statements. His importance as a ? lm composer is shown in the subtle power of his transcriptions from stage and screen music, Metamorphosis I-V, and in his BAFTA-winning score for the The Hours. And Music in Fifths – which Steve Reich called “like a freight train” – dates from his experimental years and is full of a mesmerising variety of pulse patterns.

kr. 179,95
Image Korppoo Trio (Vinyl)
Sibelius gave us his monumental Korppoo Trio in D Major (JS 209) in 1887. We can hear the magnificent mature Sibelius peeking out through this work. Sibelius wrote Korppoo Trio in three sophisticated and dramatic movements…. Korppoo opens with a good-humored celebration of the Beauty of Nature and includes a thoughtful Fugue in the development section which demonstrates his growing power as a composer. Next comes a Fantasia, improvisational and painterly in nature, with frequent tempo changes and mood swings, ending with passages of natural serenity that remind me of bird song. Sibelius reveals his fun sense of humor in the final Rondo, which he writes without allowing himself to be inhibited by traditions of the “approved” classical tradition.
--Juho Pohjonen
Korppoo Trio is the most ambitious and expansive of the three Sibelius trios… coming in at 26 minutes, its fluent, melodic opening allegro interrupted on occasion by stabbing, rather Beethovenian assertions and even a clean-lined fugato at one point, though the overall form is classic in outline and clear as a bell. The second movement unfolds elaborate episodes that delve into Romantic pathos and fantasy, with striking use of high birdcalls and glassy harmonics in the violin (presumably to show off the young composer-violinist’s prowess on his instrument). A vivace rondo finale dances gaily along, bringing the trio to an exhilarating conclusion…. Yarlung’s recording, is, as usual, the epitome of sonic realism.
--Mark Lehman, The Absolute Sound

kr. 339,95
Image Mozart y Mambo (Vinyl)
Sarah Willis is a tireless ambassador for her instrument, the French horn, which she champions around the world. A horn player with the famous Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra since 2001, she launched what was soon to become a famous TV programme, ‘Sarah’s Music,’ for Deutsche Welle in 2014, interviewing personalities ranging from Gustavo Dudamel to Wynton Marsalis. The award-winning programme presents music with warmth and in all its diversity. Sarah’s other passion as born when she arrived in Cuba to give a horn masterclass. The music and the musicians she met there had a huge impact on her. Since then she has returned regularly and founded the Havana Horns, an ensemble of Cuban horn players who were featured in a ‘Sarah’s Music’ episode. With ‘Mozart y Mambo,’ Sarah has created an album combining the music of one of the most famous classical music composers, W.A. Mozart and traditional Cuban music. “Mozart would have been a good Cuban” she was told in Havana, and this is what inspired her to create this project. With the Havana Lyceum Orchestra and its exuberant conductor Jose Antonio Mendez Padron, she presents works for French horn and orchestra by W. A. Mozart (the Concerto No. 3 K. 447 and the Concert Rondo K. 371) alongside a ‘Rondo alla Mambo’ (inspired by the Concerto No. 3 K. 447) a ‘Sarahnade Mambo,’ a Cuban ‘Eine Kleine Nachtmusik,’ and other treats. A number of well-known local musicians take part in this recording, which also pays tribute to Cuban repertoire with two songs including ‘Dos Gardenias,’ made famous by Ibrahim Ferrer and the Buena Vista Social Club.

kr. 215,00
Image Lamentate (LP)
"Onute Grazinyte and the Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra under Modestas Pitrenas play Pärt’s music – especially the main work Lamentate – very expressively and communicatively. It is a pure distillate of music that echoes and has an effect long after the last sounds have been heard" wrote pizzicato about the album that was released in September 2020 in honor of Arvo Pärt’s 85th birthday and awarded it the "Supersonic.” The Gramophone Magazine stated “This is a wondrously thought-provoking anthology of Pärt’s work. […] You cannot buy that kind of innocent beauty but you can, and should, buy this disc." The acclaimed recording of Pärt's "Lamentate" with which Onute Grazinyte marked her recording debut will now be released on vinyl in a limited and numbered 180g edition of 1.000 copies. It will supplemented with Grazinyte's wonderful interpretation of Pärt's piano works "Pari intervallo" and "Für Anna Maria - Nachdenklich". About her playing, pizzicato added in their review: "The longer you listen to the pianist, the more you feel how well and safely she moves in Pärt’s musical universe."

kr. 279,95
Image Eiler, Melbye, & Pilgaard: ELEGI (2LP)
SVIN has been at the forefront of progressive Danish music for a decade, as both a lauded pioneer and a well-guarded secret. The ten movements of ELEGI build from a base of reflective melancholy to one of high energy, combining the ambient drones familiar from some of SVIN’s previous albums with junkyard percussion, ritualistic fervor, and a sure sense of Zen. It is composed music with the impulses of a tight, reactive improvisation and with a vast range of timbres and textures, acoustic and electronic.

kr. 349,95
Image String Quartets Nos. 1 & 2 (LP)
“The PHQ understand absolutely the plasticity of Smetana’s vision and convey it unerringly, unshrinkingly – and in some ways even more convincingly than the Talich, which is saying something. This is extraordinarily bold playing – and they truly capture the sense that Smetana is writing symphonic quartet music.”
- Gramophone, May 2015

“The Pavel Haas Quartet plays the two quartets with tremendous drive. The music sounds wild, raw, full of accents and partly quite sharp. Instead of surrendering to the Czech richness of colour, the four musicians present the two string quartets as precursors of modernity.”
- Pizzicato, December 2019

When the most prominent critics across the board concur in the opinion that an album is extraordinary, it certainly deserves to be released on vinyl. Although Smetana's chamber pieces are few in number, each of them - personal, many a time harbouring a bold autobiographical statement - constitutes one of the cornerstones of Czech chamber music. Smetana wrote his two quartets in the twilight of his life, when he was afflicted by deafness. String Quartet No. 1, "From My Life", is a programme work: "My aim was to depict in tones the course of my life ... the piece is of an intimate nature; therefore I deliberately wrote it for 4 instruments, which should converse as though within a close circle of friends..." Owing to its being composed in an unconventional manner, String Quartet No. 2 comes across as a 20th-century work. The Pavel Haas Quartet's award-winning album has been released by Supraphon for vinyl fans and lovers of perfect sound on a top-quality LP (180g virgin vinyl, DMM cutting), supplemented by a Hi-Res digital version.

Smetana's intimate and timeless music, as performed by the Pavel Haas Quartet - for the first time on vinyl

kr. 339,75
Image Requiem (2 LP)
Mozart’s Requiem is a supreme masterpiece of the history of music and a work inextricably bound up with the Mozartian legend. Now Alpha’s recording of it under the direction of Teodor Currentzis is given a new lease of life in a vinyl reissue. A fascinating, gripping reading, served by a magnificent line-up of soloists – Simone Kermes, Stephanie Houtzeel, Markus Brutscher and Arnaud Richard – and the excellence of the Siberian chorus and orchestra MusicAeterna. This was one of the first recordings of the Greek conductor, based in Russia since the 1990s, who is now an emblematic and iconoclastic figure in the interpretation of Mozart and of classical music in general.

kr. 279,95
Image Horn Concertos Nos. 1-4 (LP)
At the tender age of nine, Felix Klieser dreamed of being able to play Mozart‘s horn concertos. Today, 18 years later, that dream has finally come true and Felix Klieser now performs on the world‘s foremost concert stages, playing the very works which are part of any horn player‘s core repertoire. Yet he took his time before recording all four of Mozart‘s horn concertos: only after releasing three successful CD albums and winning an ECHO Klassik award and the Leonard Bernstein Award did he go to Salzburg, in September 2018, to record them with the famous Camerata Salzburg ensemble. The album will be released on March 1, 2019.

kr. 239,95
Image My Country (Ma Vlást). A Cycle of Symphonic Poems
The triumph of truth and hope is one way to describe that special moment experienced by the orchestra and the public (including President Václav Havel) in sold-out Smetana Hall at the Municipal House in Prague on the evening of 12 May 1990. It was the opening concert of the first Prague Spring Festival to be held in freedom after 42 years of Communist totalitarianism. Rafael Kubelík led the Czech Philharmonic in a performance of Smetana's My Country in order to celebrate the renewal of freedom in his Czechoslovakia. Maestro Kubelík had refused to return to his homeland after the Communist putsch in February 1948, and his answer to repeated invitations was always: "No, not as long as the country is not free". He became a world-famous conductor, but he ended his active career in 1985 because of illness. Five years later, however, he could no longer refuse the invitation, and - with the expenditure of great effort - got himself back into shape and returned to the conductor's podium. The moment of joy from his return home and from the country's liberation was clearly worth it. Thanks to the Supraphon recording team, the thousands of listeners who have succumbed to the magic of this legendary recording can still relive this unique moment - and now devoted fans of vinyl can do so as well. Kubelík's My Country has received all due care as regards both the audio quality (DMM, 180 g virgin vinyl) and the paraphernalia and packaging of the LP.

Kubelík's legendary recording of My Country - dynamic and colourful.

kr. 425,50
Image Quintets Op. 81 & 97 (2 LP)
“[...] sweet in tone.”
American Record Guide, February 2018

“The interpretations and recording of this cd are at a very high standard. Boris Giltburg’s colorful playing supports the brilliantly playing Pavel Haas Quartet”
De Standaard, December 2017

“Another Pavel Haas Quartet disc, another triumph.”
Gramophone, November 2017

Seven years after their triumph with quartets by Dvorák (SU4038-2, Op. 96 "American" and Op. 106 - 2011 Gramophone Award for "Recording of the Year), the Pavel Haas Quartet are making a triumphant return to Dvorák's music. For the recording of the quintets, they have invited two guests: the pianist Boris Giltburg (winner of the 2013 Queen Elisabeth Competition) and Pavel Nikl, a founding member of the Pavel Haas Quartet. Dvorák composed his Second Piano Quintet at his beloved summer residence Vysoká late in the summer of 1887. The famed critic Eduard Hanslick received the work's performance in Vienna enthusiastically: "It is one of his most beautiful works. It is real Dvorák." The String Quintet, Op. 97, although younger by just six years, represents an entirely "different Dvorák". After the New World Symphony and the American Quartet, it is Dvorák's third work composed while in North America. And what did Hanslick have to say this time? "It is perhaps the simplest, most natural, and happiest music composed since the days of Haydn." The degree to which the Pavel Haas Quartet feels at home with Dvorák's music is shown by the many awards their recordings have received (Diapason d'Or, BBC Music Magazine Recording of the Month), crowned by the ensemble's sixth (!) Gramophone Award. Now there will also be something for fans of vinyl sound: 180 g virgin vinyl, DMM cutting... What more is there to say?

kr. 425,50
Image Mystery Sonatas (LP)
Back in April 2014 at Carnegie's Zankel Hall, Augustin Hadelich's performance of David Lang's 'mystery sonatas' was praised by the New York Times as a riveting display of “magisterial poise and serene control.” That same magic penetrates this starkly beautiful recording of the work, played by Hadelich on the exquisite 1723 “ex-Kiesewetter” Stradivari, on loan to him by its current owners since 2011. Lang based his 'mystery sonatas' on the famous pieces by Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber, but with a modern twist. “I decided to make my own virtuosic pieces about my most intimate, most spiritual thoughts,” he explains, “[but] mine are not about Jesus, and the violin is not retuned between movements. I did keep one of Biber's distinctions. He divides Jesus's life into three phases—the joyous, the sorrowful, and the glorious. The central pieces of my mystery sonatas are called 'joy,' 'sorrow,' and 'glory,' but these are all quiet, internal, reflective states of being.”

kr. 239,95
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