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|Bach: Cantatas Nos 36, 61, 62, 70, 132 & 147|
Soloists Joanne Lunn, Brigitte Geller, William Towers, Michael Chance, Jan Kobow and Dietrich Henschel revel in festive Advent cantatas in concerts recorded in Cologne and Lüneburg in the company of John Eliot Gardiner, The Monteverdi Choir and Th ...» More
‘A magnificent addition to both the Bach repertoire and Angela Hewitt's artistically unparallelled survey of Bach's keyboard compositions’ (Fanfare, USA)
‘A collection of rarities and oddities that makes for enjoyable listening. The quality of the Hyperion recording is excellent, with the right balance ...» More
|Bach: Piano Transcriptions, Vol. 9 - A Bach Book for Harriet Cohen|
In 1931 the pianist and muse Harriet Cohen invited all her principal composer friends each to make an arrangement of a work by J S Bach for inclusion in an album to be published by Oxford University Press. Published as A Bach Book for Harriet Cohe ...» More
‘Carl Davis provides some lovely arrangements of well tried and much loved pieces’ (Classical.net)» More
‘A beautiful disc of sacred motets from one of this country’s finest choirs’ (Classic FM Magazine)
‘What can one say? A feast beyond all dreams. Guaranteed to please’ (Organists' Review)» More
|Piers Lane goes to town|
Piers Lane gambols delightfully through the 20th century in this album of encores, party pieces and a few pianophile rarities, ranging from Dame Myra Hess’s unforgettable arrangement of Bach’s Jesu, joy of man’s desiring to Dudley Moore’s equally ...» More
|Spira, spera - Bach transcriptions|
This virtuosic programme of Bach piano transcriptions combines tried-and-tested favourites—such as the mighty Bach-Busoni 'Chaconne' and Myra Hess's 'Jesu, joy of man's desiring'—with uncompromising first recordings of arrangements by Theodor Szán ...» More