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New from Signum Classics this month is a fine recording of Motets by Brahms & Bruckner in superlative performances from Tenebrae and Nigel Short. The album has been made to assist and promote the charity Macmillan Cancer Support. Ralph Allwood and his youthful Rodolfus Choir perform a divergent programme (taking us from Tallis and Victoria to Tavener and Pärt) entitled Time and its Passing.
There are four new albums from Linn. Prize-winning Dutch violinist Frederieke Saeijs has made a new recording of the fearsome Ysaÿe Sonatas for solo violin, while two fine Reicha Wind Quintets (he wrote twenty-four of these spirited works) find committed advocates in the dynamic Thalia Ensemble. John Mark Ainsley and Malcolm Martineau present French Connections, a thought-provoking recital of songs by Poulenc, Britten, Jake Heggie and Lennox Berkeley. Tavener conducts Tavener is Cappella Nova and Alan Tavener's tribute to the much-lamented composer with whom they worked over many years.