Vocal quartets by Johannes Brahms, performed by the RIAS-Kammerchor with Marcus Creed (director) & Alain Planès (piano). HM, 1997. NB now out of...

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Johannes Brahms' 2 Serenades for orchestra, played by the Westdeutsche Sinfonia, dir. Dirk Joeres. Alto, Oct 2010 Brahms - Serenade No. 1 in D...

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Choral music by major Welsh composer William Mathias (1934-92) performed by St John's Voices & The Gentlemen of St John's directed by Graham Walker....

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Ballet music by Aaron Copland from the London Symphony Orchestra & Minneapolis Orchestra, conducted by Antal Dorati. Alto, 2013.

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Julian Bream (lute). Alto reissue, 2016. 4-star review, BBC Music Magazine, August 2017. Batchelar - Mounsiers Almaine Bulman -...

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English Chamber Orchestra, directed by Sir Philip Ledger. Recorded for IMP, Henry Wood Hall, London, 1986/7, reissued Alto, 2019. 4-star review, BBC...

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Graham Johnson’s complete Schubert and Schumann songs series for Hyperion are landmarks in the history of recorded music: now he turns to the songs /...

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This one-act work by John Blow, the oldest surviving all-sung English opera (1683), is a close parallel of his contemporary Henry Purcell's "Dido...

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In 2017, 14-year-old Welsh schoolgirl Elan Catrin Parry made a pledge to Davina McCall on ITV’s life-transforming primetime show, ‘This Time Next Year’,...

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Murray Perahia (piano). Sony, 2000. Gramophone Awards 2001 Winner - Instrumental.

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J.S.Bach's complete suites for unaccompanied cello, played by the legendary Russian cellist Mstislav Rostropovitch. EMI 1995, reissued Warner, 2014.

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Sir Bryn Terfel (Falstaff), Thomas Hampson (Ford), Adrianne Pieczonka (Alice Ford), Danill Shtoda (Fenton), Dorothea Röschmann (Nannetta), Larissa...

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