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RECORD KEEPING | Mieczyslaw Weinberg Gets His Due

By Paul E. Robinson on November 21, 2016

Weinberg's takes another step forward with a new release by Naxos featuring Symphony No. 17 and Suite for Orchestra.
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RECORD KEEPING | Lisa Batiashvili And Daniel Barenboim A Deadly Combination In New DG Release

By Paul E. Robinson on January 3, 2017

Deutsche Grammophon releases near-definitive recordings of the Tchaikovsky and Sibelius violin concertos, with Lisa Batiashvili as soloist.
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RECORD KEEPING | Vivaldi: Les Violons du Roy/Aradia Ensemble/Gli Incogniti

By Paul E. Robinson on March 5, 2016

In honour of Vivaldi's birthday 338th birthday, here are three new CD's well worth your attention: Les Violons du Roy, Aradia Ensemble, and Gli Incogniti.
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RECORD KEEPING | Why Mess With Handel's "Messiah"?

By Paul E. Robinson on December 28, 2016

Sir Andrew Davis' re-orchestration of Handel's "Messiah" leaves reviewer Paul E Robinson with a bone to pick.
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RECORD KEEPING | For Jan Lisiecki Fans, New Chopin Release Is Another Winner

By Paul E. Robinson on April 5, 2017

Jan Lisiecki abandons former glories with Chopin's solo repertoire for a technically dazzling release that highlights Chopin's orchestral works.
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RECORD KEEPING | One Orchestra, Two Very Different Conductors

By Paul E. Robinson on January 29, 2018

Two resurrected favourites emerge this week, with Guido Cantelli and Herbert von Karajan both heading the Philharmonia Orchestra.
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RECORD KEEPING | James Ehnes Returns To Bartók And Reveals Even More

By Paul E. Robinson on March 14, 2018

James Ehnes gives us fine renderings of Bartók’s modernist transformation of gypsy style with conductor Edward Gardner and the Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra.
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RECORD KEEPING | It's All In The Oboes

By Paul E. Robinson on March 15, 2017

Albrecht Mayer offers a well-chosen selection of compositions near flawlessly executed by one of the foremost oboists of our time.
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RECORD KEEPING | New Orford String Quartet: Brahms String Quartets

By John Terauds on February 15, 2016

This music has been compelling fresh ears for nearly a century-and-a-half and, fortunately for anyone fond of Brahms’ compositions, the New Orford Quartet has put together an equally compelling case for their own interpretations.
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RECORD KEEPING | NAC Orchestra Encounters Bad Program Notes But Good Music

By Paul E. Robinson on March 1, 2018

"This kind of bafflegab was of no use to me before I heard the piece and after listening to it, I still haven’t the faintest idea what she is talking about."
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