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Martin Galling (piano), Maria Littauer (piano), Felicja Blumental (piano), Susanne Lautenbacher (piano), Peter Toperczer (piano), Marylène Dosse (piano), Claude Paillard-Françaix (piano), Bela Siki (piano), Ilse von Alpenheim (piano), Frank Glazer (piano), Rosario Marciano (piano), Mary Louise Boehm...
Dmitri Hvorostovsky, with Olga Borodina, Oleg Boshnyakovich (piano), Mikhail Arkadiev (piano)
Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra, Philharmonia Orchestra, Kirov Orchestra, Mariinsky Theatre, St Petersburg, Academy of St Martin in the Fields, Cantus Dei Choir of Moscow, Red Army Choir & State...
A well-rounded portrait of Hvorostovsky's extensive repertoire — More…
Dmitri Hvorostovsky (baritone)
Philharmonia of Russia, Spiritual Revival Choir of Russia, Constantine Orbelian
... most British listeners will still remember Dmitri Hvorostovsky beating Bryn Terfel as Cardiff Singer of the World. In the Russian repertoire he's naturally at home... But the real revelation... — More…
Guiomar Novaes (piano)
a musical personality of a beguiling charm, a quality rarely encountered in today's more severe musical climate...You are reminded, too, of a naturalness and insouciance far removed from so many... — More…
Arrangements by Julian Lloyd Webber
Julian and Jiaxin Lloyd Webber (cellos), John Lenehan (piano), Catrin Finch (harp), Guy Johnston (cello) & Laura van der Heijden (cello)
The most worthwhile tracks surround the cellists' effusions with space, air and Catrin Finch's harp...Throughout, John Lenehan's piano gives helpful support. — More…
Lotte Lehmann (soprano), Ernö Balogh (piano), Paul Ulanowsky (piano), Bruno Walter (narrator), Bruno Walter (piano), Lotte Lehmann (reader), Lotte Lehmann (narrator)
NBC Symphony Orchestra, NBC Symphony Chorus, RCA Victor Chamber Orchestra, Frank Black, Nathaniel Shilkret, Richard Lert
Arthur de Greef (piano)
New Symphony Orchestra, Royal Albert Hall Orchestra, London Symphony Orchestra, Landon Ronald
The complete European Recordings 1911-12
Ignace Jan Paderewski (piano)
There are many wonderful, even matchless, performances here that, in addition, provide a welcome antidote to the text-before-personality cult that prevails today. When you listen to Paderewski... — More…
Philharmonia Hungarica, Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra, Gilbert Varga, Michael Halász
The recordings sound a bit faded, like Rubinstein's music, though it has bright moments. The players add gusto to the Symphony, but the Quixote tone poem droops. — More…
Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, Robert Stankovsky