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RECORD KEEPING | Nézet-Séguin's "Duets" Is Beautiful And Great, But... We're Not Surprised

By Paul E. Robinson on December 7, 2017

Yannick Nézet-Séguin and the Orchestre Métropolitain are getting into legend territory with new Album of Duets with Rolando Villazón and Ildar Abdrazakov.
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RECORD KEEPING | After A Long Wait, Tafelmusik's Tales Of Two Cities Gets Immortalized

By Paul E. Robinson on December 13, 2017

"Beautifully realized and enormously inspiring." Tafelmusik's Tales Of Two Cities draws attention to what we have shared for centuries.
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RECORD KEEPING | Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Aaron Copland

By Paul E. Robinson on February 21, 2017

New release of Copland’s classic scores, paired with an almost completely unknown saucy ballet score "Hear Ye! Hear Ye!" provides insight into the mind of an American master.
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RECORD KEEPING | Skrowaczewski And Blomstedt Still Shaking The World At 80

By Paul E. Robinson on September 6, 2016

Two new recordings by conductors Skrowaczewski and Blomstedt prove that they still have much to offer besides experience.
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RECORD KEEPING | New Elgar Release Traces Memories Back To Canada

By Paul E. Robinson on November 15, 2017

As featured on a new recording, we take a look at the Canadian history of Elgar’s The Dream of Gerontius.
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RECORD KEEPING | Shakespeare In Music & Words (Decca)

By Paul E. Robinson on May 30, 2016

Shakespeare in Music & Words is a mixed bag, to be sure, but for a bargain price, most Shakespeare fans and music-lovers will find much to enjoy on this CD.
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RECORD KEEPING | OSM Releases Bernstein's A Quiet Place, But Will It Win New Friends?

By Paul E. Robinson on July 15, 2018

Marking Bernstein 100th-anniversary year, the Montréal Symphony's new recording of A Quiet Place is played with care and authority, but its structural problems are difficult to surpass.
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RECORD KEEPING | Music For A Summer's Evening

By Paul E. Robinson on August 10, 2016

Three new Classical Gypsy Music releases to match the summer heat.
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RECORD KEEPING | 85 Hours Of Rafael Kubelík Should Keep You Busy For A Good Long While

By Paul E. Robinson on July 4, 2018

At last, Deutsche Grammophon has done the right thing and released a box-set of complete recordings dedicated to Rafael Kubelik, one of the greatest Czech conductors of all time.
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RECORD KEEPING | At the Crossroads of Gamelan and Minimalism

By Paul E. Robinson on June 20, 2017

How American Lou Harrison synthesized Asian percussion instruments and minimalism into his music in the middle of the 20th century.
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