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Franklin Cohen (clarinet)

The Cleveland Orchestra Chorus & The Cleveland Orchestra, Pierre Boulez

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CD

$14.75

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Radu Lupu (piano)

'A lyricist in a thousand', Lupu has, naturally, placed Schubert at the centre of his repertoire and conjured from a seemingly recalcitrant black-and-white instrument a range of vocal colours... More…

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4 CDs

$25.00

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Itzhak Perlman (violin), Itzhak Perlman/Boston Symphony Orchestra/Seiji Ozawa

Boston Symphony Orchestra, Seiji Ozawa

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CD

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San Francisco Symphony Orchestra, Herbert Blomstedt

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Presto CD

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The Music of Henry Purcell

Sylvia McNair (soprano)

The Academy of Ancient Music, Christopher Hogwood

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Presto CD

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Catherine Cantin, Heinz Holliger, Yvonne Loriod & Mstislav Rostropovich

Orchestre de l'Opéra Bastille, Myung-Whun Chung

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Presto CD

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Emanuel Ax (piano), Yo-Yo Ma (cello), Richard Stoltzman (clarinet)

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Lakes, Voigt, Pollet

Chorus and Orchestra Montreal, Charles du Toit

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Gary Lakes (Enée), Françoise Pollet (Didon), Gino Quilico (Chorèbe), Deborah Voigt (Cassandre), Michel Philippe (Panthée), Hélène Perraguin (Anna), Jean-Philippe Courtis (Narbale), Catherine Dubosc (Ascagne), John Mark Ainsley (Hylas), René Schirrer (Priam), Claudine Carlson (Hécube), Jean-Luc Maurette...

This is a thrilling set to have one marvelling afresh at the electric vitality of Berlioz's inspiration, and marvelling too that the formidable problems of recording so massive a work have been... More…

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No digital booklet included

Gary Lakes (Enée), Françoise Pollet (Didon), Gino Quilico (Chorèbe), Deborah Voigt (Cassandre), Michel Philippe (Panthée), Hélène Perraguin (Anna), Jean-Philippe Courtis (Narbale), Catherine Dubosc (Ascagne), John Mark Ainsley (Hylas), René Schirrer (Priam), Claudine Carlson (Hécube), Jean-Luc Maurette...

This is a thrilling set to have one marvelling afresh at the electric vitality of Berlioz's inspiration, and marvelling too that the formidable problems of recording so massive a work have been... More…

Awards:

This release includes a digital booklet