from notes by Leslie Howard © 1999
extrait des notes rédigées par Leslie Howard © 1999
aus dem Begleittext von Leslie Howard © 1999
Deutsch: Anne Steeb/Bernd Müller
|Liszt: Complete Piano Music|
Leslie Howard’s recordings of Liszt’s complete piano music, on 99 CDs, is one of the monumental achievements in the history of recorded music. Remarkable as much for its musicological research and scholarly rigour as for Howard’s Herculean piano p ...» More
|Bach: Great Fantasias, Preludes & Fugues|
'Herrick's musical inspiration, matched by his technique, does full justice to this pinnacle of the organ repertoire' (BBC Music Magazine Top 1000 CDs ...
'Yet another yardstick release from what seems to be an unbeatable team … I suspect I have already found my record of the year' (Gramophone)» More
|Liszt: The complete music for solo piano, Vol. 13 – À la Chapelle Sixtine|
'Occasionally a disc comes along which totally blows your mind. This … is one such release. The transcription of the Preludes and Fugues is utter ...» More
|Liszt: The complete music for solo piano, Vol. 56 – Rarities, Curiosities, Album Leaves and Fragments|
'As a guide to this cornucopia Leslie Howard could hardly be bettered' (BBC Music Magazine)
'All kinds of fascinating morsels … there is much here to interest any admirer of this remarkable and prolific composer' (The Penguin Guide to Co ...» More
|Percy Grainger – The complete 78-rpm solo recordings|
'Here’s something a little bit special to mark the fiftieth anniversary of the death of Percy Grainger … Grainger was a charismatic pianist and a ...
'The best of Grainger’s shellac efforts retain their vividness and communicative immediacy. Even if Grainger had never met and befriended Grieg, his i ...» More
|Bach: The Complete Organ Works|
'Let me say without hesitation that Herrick’s performances are models of clarity, accuracy, precision and musicality … this is a complete Bach th ...
'Herrick is one of the few organists who does justice to these difficult, elusive pieces … What a singular joy to hear the organ played with such ...» More