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Image Remember you Lovers
kr. 139,95
Image Mozart Piano Trios
kr. 139,95
Image Wanderer Fantasy
kr. 139,95
Image Songs from the Pleasure Garden
kr. 139,95
Image The Division Flute
kr. 139,95
Image Making Waves
kr. 139,95
Image From the Heart
"They've been going for over 40 years but they still sound as fresh as when they started. Some lovely arrangements including Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah and Pie Jesu by Classic FM's John Brunning."
Classic FM Magazine, Nick Bailey, Presenter's Choice, May 2010

Described by The Times as a group that has "stayed in character over four decades, yet returned itself to the times" and by Gramophone as "enchanting the ear from first to last note" The King's Singers are truly remarkable They continue to be one of the most sought-after and critcally acclaimed vocal ensembles in the world, performing a rich and varied repertoire from Gesualso to György lIgeti and Michael Bublé.

With a discography of over 100 recordings The King's Singers have garnered both awards and significant critical acclaim. Their recent studio album Simple Gifts was awarded a Grammy in 2009. The coming year will see the release in the UK of The King's Singers new album Swimming Over London, a disc that crosses genre borders in a way similar to Simple Gifts, using smooth jazz as the inspiration for new pieces and arrangements with the King's Singers signature style and standards.

kr. 69,95
Image Arias by Mozart, Gluck and Berlioz
kr. 139,95
Image Symphony No.4
Sarah Fox, soprano
Philharmonia Orchestra
Charles Mackerras, conductor

" ... a very distinguished account of Mahler's Fourth Symphony; it is also a splendid memorial to the late Sir Charles Mackerras's long-term and vital association with the Philharmonia Orchestra."

"The massed strings of the Philharmonia have seldom sounded silkier after the opening jingle and the third movement is tranquil as a child staring at the skies on a cloudless day."
Norman Lebrecht

IRR Outstanding Recording
"No matter how many performances of Mahler's Fourth you possess or may have heard, make time for this one. It's prime Charles Mackerras, capturing the essence of this symphony in the most memorable and life-enhancing manner as well as a comprehensive roll-call of the myriad qualities that made him such a special musician."
International Record Review

kr. 139,95
Image In Seven Days

Nicolas Hodges (piano)
London Sinfonietta
Thomas Adès (conductor)
Tal Rosner & Sophie Clements (visuals),
Thomas Adès & Rolf Hind (pianos)

The London Sinfonietta combine two works from Thomas Adès, one of the most distinctive and popular voices in modern composition. Both works feature accompanying films (by Tal Rosner and Sophie Clements) that are included in this CD/DVD set.

'In Seven Days' is a musical interpretation for piano and orchestra of the biblical 'creation' by Thomas Adès, composed in collaboration with a film-piece by the artist and filmmaker Tal Rosner. Both music and film evoke the processes of the creation rather than the objects described in the movement titles, using simple elements in repeated and evolving contexts in a perpetual state of flux, change and growth.

The 'Piano Studies' Nos 6 & 7 are arrangements of player-piano works by the American composer Conlon Nancarrow. An influential figure to generations of composers, Nancarrow's studies for the player-piano (or pianola) allowed him to generate music of extreme rhythmic complexity in a multitude of inventive ways. These arrangements for two pianos by Thomas Adès capture the strange magic of the originals, where fragmented musical ideas are played off against each other in a wild, almost jazz-like way. The works are accompanied by film-visualisations by Tal Rosner and Sophie Clements.

kr. 139,95
Image Organ Works
David Goode,
Symphony Organ of Symphony Hall, Birmingham

The two major organ works on these discs (his longest for organ) show Max Reger at the height of his powers; not only do they sustain a structural coherence over an impressive span, but they show an almost inexhaustible proliferation of invention.

As well as the large-scale Variations and Fugue on an Original Theme and the Introduction Passacaglia and Fugue in E minor, this 2CD set includes a collection shorter preludes and fugues - the Five Easy Preludes and Fugues and two transcriptions of preludes and fugues by JS Bach from the Well-Tempered Clavier.

kr. 239,95
Image Sometime I Sing
Mark Padmore
Morgan Szymanski

A lyrical collection of chamber works for tenor and guitar - Sometime I Sing unites Gramophone award-winning tenor Mark Padmore with Mexican guitarist Morgan Szymanski in settings of texts by Thomas Wyatt, Vikram Seth, John Donne and Edward Thomas by the composer Alec Roth.

Roth is a UK-based composer who works across a wide range of musical genres, including stage works, vocal, choral, orchestral, instrumental, and Javanese gamelan - his former posts include Founder/Director of the Royal Festival Hall Gamelan Programme and Southbank Gamelan Players; Music Director of the Baylis Programme, English National Opera; and Associate Composer, Opera North. This is his third disc with Signum, following a choral album with Ex Cathedra (SIGCD270) and a chamber music disc Songs in Time of War (SIGCD124) also with Mark Padmore and Morgan Szymanski.

kr. 139,95
Image Reservoirs: Orchestral Works by Guto Pryderi Puw
The first release from the BBC National Orchestra of Wales's inaugural Composer in Residence, Guto Pryderi Puw. Puw studied composition with composers John Pickard, Andrew Lewis and Pwyll ap Siôn. He first made an impact as a composer in 1995 when he won the Composer's Medal at the National Eisteddfod (and again in 1997). Since then he has received many commissions and performances while being much in demand as a composer at various festivals in the UK and abroad. His music is regularly broadcast on radio and television. He is the Chairman and Artistic Director of the Bangor New Music Festival, which has been running since 2000.

In 2005 his orchestral work, a BBC Radio 3 commission, 'Reservoirs', was nominated in the Large-Scale Composition category of the Royal Philharmonic Society Music Awards, and in February 2006 he was appointed as the first Resident Composer with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales to compose three new orchestral commissions. His 'Concerto for Oboe' won the BBC Radio 3 'Listeners Award' category at the 2007 British Composer Awards and the Proms commissioned piece '...unless I open the door...' won BBC Music Magazine's 'Best Proms Premiere' for its performance in 2007. In 2010 he won an award from the Thomas Ellis Memorial Fund to record his orchestral music on the Signum label. He is currently working on a concerto for violinist Madeleine Mitchell for 2014 and his opera Y Tŵr ('The Tower') commissioned by Music Theatre Wales for 2016.

A dual-language release in both Welsh and English, this release features a range of orchestral works inspired by stories and landscapes of Wales.

kr. 139,95
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