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Alfred Brendel is arguably the most outstanding exponent of Schubert's piano music currently before the public, a man capable of bringing to vibrant life not only the verve of this music but also its poetic intensity and intellectual depth. In this…
Length
30 mins
Prog. No.
5648
A recording of a live concert at the Richard-Strauss-Tage Garmisch-Partenkichen 2003 with Mischa Maisky (cello) and Pavel Gililov (piano) playing the Sonata in F major op. 6 for violoncello and piano by Richard Strauss.
Length
25 mins
Prog. No.
6233
Widely accepted as a leading authority on Baroque music, Ton Koopman conducts J.S. Bach's Magnificat BWV 243. Performed by the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra and Choir joined by soloists Deborah Yorck (soprano), Bogna Bartosz (alto), Jörg Dürmüller…
Length
30 mins
Prog. No.
5341
In the Freiberg Cathedral, Ton Koopman performs for the "24 hours Bach" event on the oldest remaining Silbermann Organ dating back to Bach's time (1714).
Length
22 mins
Prog. No.
5034
Junko Onishi is one of the most exciting new discoveries of 'Blue Note'. Her imaginative interpretations of music from Duke Ellington to Sonny Rollins, together with her own compositions, have shown her to be a virtuoso pianist and composer of…
Length
30 mins
Prog. No.
0576
The Japanese pianist Aki Takase is a veritable typhoon of power and clarity. Her playing shows what can happen when the European rules of melody, harmony and rhythm come face to face with a distinctly Asian way of thinking!
Length
30 mins
Prog. No.
0540
In this live recording from from the St Francis Auditorium in Santa Fe, New Mexico, Zukerman (violin) and Neikrug (piano) perform Bach's Sonata No. 3 in E BWV1016.
Length
18 mins
Prog. No.
6237
The "Philosophers' Hall" in the library of Strahov Monastery in Prague forms the grand setting for these chamber music performances with the Berlin Soloists. Ludwig van Beethoven: Septet in E-flat major Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Horn Quintet in E-flat…
Length
20 mins
Prog. No.
0178
The most famous vocalist worldwide had a much acclaimed solo performance at the Münchner Klaviersommer 1988 at the Philharmonie. The set closed with a duet on the theme of „Round Midnight“ together with Herbie Hancock.
Length
30 mins
Prog. No.
6292
Stravinsky found the inspiration for his work in sources ranging from Greek Orthodox liturgy to his beloved Verdi.
Length
25 mins
Prog. No.
0105