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Movement 4: Courante [2'29]
No 1: Romance [1'10]
No 5: Adagio [3'20]
Taking its title from the Scandinavian culinary terminology for a variety of delicacies, surely there has never been a more fascinating and evocative collection of short pieces recorded onto one disc? Personally chosen by the performers (with fascinating insights presented in Lidström's accompanying booklet, both historical and intimate), these musical jewels from around the world are firmly and deservedly ensconced in the hearts of these two engaging musicians, resulting in a magical discovery of pure indulgence for the privileged listener. One could not readily expect to find a more satisfying assembly of beautifully written and stunningly played works.
|Arnold: Chamber Music, Vol. 2|
'Superb. An enthusiastic recommendation' (Gramophone)
'The music on this disc is worth getting to know. The playing of the Nash Ensemble is excellent and the recording is ideally balanced' (The Penguin Gu ...» More
|Arnold: Chamber Music, Vol. 3|
'This collection is a marvellous one … superbly played' (Gramophone)
'Reveals Arnold at his most inventive: tuneful, witty and ingenious…The performances by the individual members of the Nash are impeccable. This set m ...» More
|English Music for Clarinet|
'Music, its performance, and its recording, of the highest class' (Gramophone)
'This set should be on the shelf of every teacher and serious student of the clarinet' (American Record Guide)» More
|The Tallis Scholars Live in Oxford|
Recorded in the Chapel of Merton College in Oxford to celebrate the Silver Anniversary of The Tallis Scholars.» More
|Tallis: The Tallis Christmas Mass|
Not long ago neither Tallis's Missa Puer natus est nobis nor his antiphon Ave, Dei patris filia could have been recorded: the manuscripts for some of the voice-parts were missing and were believed to be lost for ever.» More