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Henry Vieuxtemps may be best known for his show-stopping violin pyrotechnics, but he also wrote highly successful works for cello and orchestra. Alban Gerhardt here delights in the two Vieuxtemps Cello Concertos, Josep Caballé-Domenech conducting a spirited Royal Flemish Philharmonic.
Re-issued this month are John Mark Ainsley and the Corydon Singers' glorious accounts of the Finzi Intimations of Immortality & Dies natalis, and a pioneering 1985 recording from Westminster Cathedral Choir, Treasures of the Spanish Renaissance.
Three new recordings from Signum Classics this month. The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment gives rare performances of five Symphonies by CPE Bach under the direction of Rebecca Miller. The Bach St Matthew Passion has been sensitively recorded by the Yorkshire Baroque Soloists; Peter Seymour directs and the soloists include Charles Daniels and Peter Harvey. From Sebastian See-Schierenberg, Ramon Ruiz and Sophia Lisovskaya we have the thrilling Sounds of Spain & the Americas, violin, guitar and piano at their most expressive.