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Libera - Angel Voices

Libera - Angel Voices


 

Far Away

Sanctus

Ave Maria

Going Home (radio edit)

Be still my Soul

Salve me

I vow to thee my country

Voca me

Always with you

We are the lost

I am the day

Recordare

Abide with me

Silent Night

Going Home (album version)


Libera, Robert Prizeman

“They come from the mean streets of south London but sing like little angels” The Evening Standard

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Libera: The Christmas Album (Standard Edition)

Libera: The Christmas Album (Standard Edition)


Adam:

O Holy Night

Berlin, I:

White Christmas

Britten:

Corpus Christi Carol

Gauntlett:

Once in Royal David's city

Joel:

Lullabye 'Goodnight my Angel'

Leontovich:

Carol of the Bells

Martin, Hugh:

Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas

Mason, L:

Joy to the World

Prizeman:

Sing the Story

Jubilate Deo

trad.:

Still, still, still

O come, o come, Emmanuel

In Dulci Jubilo

Coventry Carol

The First Nowell

While Shepherds Watched


The Christmas album from distinctive Chorister boy-band Libera. An exciting mix of secular and sacred Christmas and Winter holiday favourites including "White Christmas", "Once in Royal David’s City", "Silent Night", "In dulci jubilo" & "O Holy Night".

“the singing is generally great – you can detect a very slight rough edge to the boys’ sound which is exactly as it should be – this is a childrens’ choir.” The Arts Desk, 10th December 2011

Warner Classics - 0886352

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Mozart, Boccherini & Haydn - Symphonies & Concertos

Mozart, Boccherini & Haydn - Symphonies & Concertos


Boccherini:

Cello Concerto No. 10 in D major, G. 483

Haydn:

Symphony No. 82 in C major, 'The Bear'

Mozart:

Symphony No. 34 in C major, K338


Conductor and cellist Hidemi Suzuki conducts the Orchestra Libera Classica in excellent performances of these baroque masterpieces. Recorded live at the Hamarikyu Asahi Hall, Tokyo, 18th October 2007.

TDK Arte Dell Arco - TDKAD025

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100 Best Relaxing Classics

100 Best Relaxing Classics


Various Artists (musicians), Hélène Grimaud (piano), Stephen Kovacevich (piano), Andrew Keener (producer), Steven Isserlis (cello), Mike Clements (tonmeister), Leif Ove Andsnes (piano), Katharine Copisarow (executive producer), Simon Rhodes (tonmeister), Yuri Egorov, David R. Murray (producer), Youri Egorov (piano), Mark Vigars (tonmeister), Andrew Swinnerton (oboe), Christiane Baumann (soprano vocals), Paavo Järvi, National Male Choir of Estonia (vocals), Camilla Tilling (soprano vocals), Alexandre Tharaud (piano), François Eckert (producer), Gerard Lesne (counter-tenor vocals), Giovanni Scaramuzzino (mandolin), Nicolas Bartholomee (producer), John Aler (tenor vocals), Hans Richter-Haaser (piano), Choeur de l'Orchestre de Paris (chorus), Samson François (piano), François-René Duchâble (piano), Veronique Gens (soprano vocals), Bernarda Fink (contralto vocals), Mikhail Pletnev (piano), Nikolai Lugansky (piano), Wilhelm Hellweg (producer), Jean Chatauret (engineer), Diana Damrau (soprano vocals), Daniel Barenboim (piano), Suvi Raj Grubb (producer), Johann Nikolaus Matthes (tonmeister), Anne Queffélec, John West (producer), Anne Queffelec (piano), Jacqueline du Pré (cello), Ronald Kinloch Anderson (producer), Ronald Kinloch Anderson (produced by), Sir John Barbirolli (lead vocals), Jacqueline Du Pre (lead vocals), London Symphony Orchestra (lead vocals), Maria Callas (soprano vocals), Michel Plasson (vocals), Jean-Philippe Collard (vocals), Paul Tortelier (cello), Yehudi Menuhin (violin), Sharon Isbin (guitar), Steve Barnett (producer), Mike Hatch (tonmeister), Tasmin Little (violin), Martin Roscoe (piano), Tzimon Barto (piano), Mikhail Rudy (piano), Véronique Gens/Roger Vignoles, Daniel Zalay (producer), Roger Vignoles (piano), Nelson Freire (piano), Kun Woo Paik (piano), Truls Mork (cello), Arne Akselberg (producer), Jean-Yves Thibaudet (piano), Dawn Upshaw (soprano vocals), Barbara Hendricks (vocals), Borodin String Quartet, Misha Milman (cello), Borodin Quartet (string quartet), Christian Zacharias (piano), Michael Stille (producer), Hartwig Paulsen (engineer), Karine Deshayes (mezzo-soprano vocals), Natalie Dessay (soprano vocals), Fabio Biondi (violin), Frédéric Briant (Musica Numeris) (tonmeister), Alain Lanceron (executive producer), John Fraser (producer), Ian Watson (organ), Stuart Eltham (tonmeister), Richard Amner (harpsichord), John Tomlinson (bass vocals), Cecilia Bartoli (mezzo-soprano vocals), Lella Cuberli (soprano vocals), Martha Argerich (piano), Michel Legrand (piano), Sally Matthews (soprano vocals), Philharmonische Virtuosen Berlin, Jane Gilchrist (soprano vocals), Simon Gibson (organ), Fergus Thirwell (vocals), Andrew Davis (organ), Delphine Haidan (mezzo-soprano vocals), Etienne Collard (producer), Walter Legge (producer), Dr. Michael Stille (EMI) (producer), Michel Portal (clarinet), Cherubini-Quartett (string quartet), Etiénne Collard (engineer), Boris Berezovsky (piano), Nicholas Angelich (piano), Frédéric Briant (engineer), Renaud Capuçon (violin), Frank Braley (piano), Gautier Capuçon (cello), Emmanuel Pahud (flute), Maxim Vengerov (violin), Itamar Golan (piano), Pierre Laniau (guitar), Sam Landman (vocals), Nicole Tibbels (soprano vocals), Marat Bisengaliev (mezzo-soprano vocals), Catrin Finch (harp), Nikolaj Bloch (guitar), Sally Herbert (violin), Libera (vocals), Robert Prizeman (chorus), Tönu Kaljuste, Paul Schaefer (piano), Peter Rostal (piano), George Martin (produced & engineered by), Chloë Hanslip (violin), David Groves (producer), Tony Harrison (producer), Arne Akselberg (tonmeister), Simon Foster (producer), Sean Lewis (tonmeister), Elisabeth Leonskaja (piano), Jean-Philippe Collard (piano), Bruno Rigutto (piano), Eric Macleod (producer), Tini Mathot (producer), Adriaan Verstijnen (remixer), Adriaan Verstijnen (engineer), Libera (chorus), Ian Tilley (producer), Fiona Pears (violin), Annette Isserlis (production), Guy Johnston (cello), Jo Cole (cello), Simon Woods (producer), Christopher Hooker (oboe), Duke Dobing (flute), Edward Saklatvala (tenor vocals), Thomas Harries (tenor vocals), Simon Kiln (engineer), Aldo Ciccolini (piano), Tim Handley (producer), Jordi Savall (viola da gamba), Ton Koopman (harpsichord), Martin Sauer (producer), Anne Decoville (remixer)

Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Berliner Philharmoniker, London Symphony Orchestra, Philharmonia Orchestra, Gulbenkian Orchestra, Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, Les Violons du Roy, Academy of St. Martin in the Fields, Il , David Zinman, Sir John Eliot Gardiner, Antonio Pappano, Gennadi Rozhdestvensky, Wolfgang Sawallisch, Michel Corboz, Paavo Jarvi, Bernard Labadie, Sir Neville Marriner, Gérard Lesne, Fabio Biondi, Bernard Haitink, Istvan Kertesz, Eugene Ormandy, Nikolaus H

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Libera Luminosa

Libera Luminosa


Libera (chorus)

Libera

Warner Classics - 2564674577

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Schubert - Piano Sonatas Nos. 15 & 20

Schubert - Piano Sonatas Nos. 15 & 20


Schubert:

Piano Sonata No. 15 in C major, D840 'Reliquie'

Piano Sonata No. 20 in A major, D959


Severin von Eckardstein (Schimmel piano)

After Glazunov’s first concerto with the National Orchestra of Belgium and Walter Weller, Severin von Eckardstein returns to Fuga Libera for a solo Schubert recital. Eckardstein, an incredible fearless virtuoso, who also contributes his own booklet note, is ideally suited to the monumental D959 and unusually gives us the Sonata No. 17, 'Reliquie', left unfinished in 1825 when Schubert moved on to D845.

Fuga Libera - FUG563

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Martinu - Symphony No. 4

Martinu - Symphony No. 4


Martinu:

Symphony No. 4

Estampes

Le Depart. Symphonic interlude from the opera The Three Wishes, H. 175 A


National Orchestra of Belgium, Walter Weller

Although the orchestral works of Bohuslav Martinu are extremely seductive and skilfully written, they've remained rather confidential. Much of this neglect is due to the composer's fate: a typical 20th-century exile from wars, political and artistic upheavals.Walter Weller, however, the prestigious conductor of the Belgian National Orchestra, is fondly attached to this Czech music that accompanied him throughout his youth in Vienna. His exploration of the master's work includes a key work of Martinu's American period, the 4th Symphony, premiered in 1945 by Eugene Ormandy. It’s a late masterpiece, the very Debussy-like Estampes and The Departure, written in Paris and of which power and dazzling orchestration reminds us of Honegger's famous Pacific 231.The musicological note is by Harry Halbreich, the absolute authority on Martinu, whose works he catalogued.This record is an absolute must for lovers of great symphonic repertoire!

Fuga Libera - FUG531

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Debussy, Britten & Bacri - Cello Sonatas

Debussy, Britten & Bacri - Cello Sonatas


Bacri:

Sonata for Cello & Piano, Op. 32

Quasi variazioni – Divertissement pour violoncelle et piano, Op. 27

Britten:

Sonata for cello and piano in C major, Op. 65

Debussy:

Cello Sonata


Marie Hallynck (cello) & Cédric Tiberghien (piano)

Together with her regular duo partner Cédric Tiberghien, Marie Hallynck has already recorded for Harmonia Mundi's "New Artists" collection. Fuga Libera here offers a career hand up and a programme to match their talent and temperament: stretching, adventurous and utterly convincing.Two very recent works of Nicolas Bacri are here joined by two 20th-century classics that the duo consider as fundamental references.

Fuga Libera - FUG543

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Franck: Symphony in D minor

Franck: Symphony in D minor


Franck, C:

Symphony in D minor

Ce qu’on entend sur la montagne

La lutte de l’hiver et du Printemps


Fuga Libera is pleased to present Christian Arming, the new conductor and artistic director of the Liège Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. For this recording project with Liège, the Austrian conductor gives his point of view on the musical spirit of the Franco-Belgian composer César Franck. Opening the disc is the great Symphony in D minor by the master from Liège, followed by two rare works: the symphonic poem Ce qu’on entend sur la montagne and the ballet music from the opera Hulda.

Ce qu’on entend sur la montagne (64 handwritten pages) takes inspiration from Victor Hugo's homonymous poem. This 1846 score might very well constitute the first symphonic poem in history.

Although Liszt indeed undertook the composition of a similar work – on the same poem –, he would wait until 1849-50 to put the final touches to it and entitle it ‘Bergsinfonie’.

The ballet music from the opera Hulda, entitled 'The Struggle of Winter and Springtime’, is organized in five movements, adopting the form of a symphony. Franck said about it: 'I believe that the ballet from Hulda is a very good thing and I am happy with it; I have just played it… and I danced!'

“As the D minor Symphony creeps into life...Arming and the Orchestra Philharmonique Royal de Liege establish a potent aura of mystique and expectation. Their approach to the slow movement is similarly alert to atmosphere...this is no grandstanding performance but rather one in which the spectrum of colour and expression is shrewdly explored” Gramophone Magazine, May 2013

“The recorded sound, which lets you hover atop the podium surveying everything but feels warm rather than clinical, contributes to my impression of the Liège Philharmonic as being a truly exemplary ensemble.” MusicWeb International, 22nd April 2013

Fuga Libera - FUG596

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Luminosa

Luminosa


'The real delight in this splendid recording lies in the first class singing by the lads from London town. The sound is clear and warm, of the kind that talented boys trained in the English tradition can create.'
'The singing is so beautifully ethereal that it brings a tear to your eye. The lead singers will haunt your brain long after you finish listening.'
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Erato - 0927401172

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