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Our December Klassikcast offers alternatives to Jingle Bells and singing reindeer with songs sung by humans and cellos, with musical families gathered around their piano, with Spanish rhythms that will make you want to dance along. We are celebrating the season with the Lautten Compagney, reflecting on centuries of war and peace, with Andreas Scholl and his family, with cellists Anja Lechner and Maximilian Hornung.
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Composers: Samuel Scheidt; Friedrich Holländer; Andreas Hammerschmidt
Excerpts from Galliard Battaglia; Wenn ick mal tot bin; Die Kunst des Küssens
AlbumWar and Peace
Artists: Dorothee Mields (Soprano), Lautten Compagney, Wolfgang Katschner (Conductor)
Released by: deutsche harmonia mundi / Sony Classical

Composer: Franz Schubert
Excerpts from Fischerweise; Der Leiermann
AlbumFranz Schubert: die Nacht
Artists: Anja Lechner (Cello), Pablo Marquez (Guitar)
Released by: ECM Records

Composers: Yoni Rechter, Idan Raichel; Billy Joel
Excerpts from Good Night - Laila tov; In Stiller Nacht; Good Night my Angel
AlbumThe Family Songbook
Artists: Andreas Scholl (Countertenor), Tamar Halperin (Cembalo) & Familie, Maya Avraham (Singer), Oren Lavie (Composer and Musician)
Released by: Berlin Classics

Composer: Sulkhan Tsintsadze
Excerpts from Concerto Nr. 2 in Five Episodes for Violincello and Orchestra
AlbumCello Concertos of 1966
Artists: Maximilian Hornung (Cembalo), Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, Adris Poga (Conductor)
Released by: myrios classics

Composer: Gaspar Fernandez
Excerpts from Vaya la princesa
Album: Un Nino nos es naçido
Artists: Ensemble Phoenix München, Joel Frederiksen (Sänger und Lautenist)

Author: Sylvia Schreiber
Speaker: David Creedon
Translation: Eric Rosenkranz 

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November 2018

Lilit Grigoryan © Reiner Nicklas Our first Klassikcast went online a year ago, in November 2017. Month for month we have been showcasing artists, their music and their stories. It’s been an eventful year covering the opening of Hamburg’s Elbphilharmonie, the Bayreuth Festival, up-and-coming talents and established stars, as well as jubilees and premieres. And now we’re celebrating our own first anniversary!

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Composers: Improvisations by Axel Wolf and Hugo Siegmeth
Excerpts from Ammersee nach Traxler
AlbumNow - Jazz and Renaissance Improvisations
Artists: Axel Wolf (Flute), Hugo Siemeth (Saxophone)
Released by: OehmsClassics

Composers: Robert Schumann, Clara Schumann, Felix Mendelssohn
Excerpts from Frühlingsnacht, (Lied und Klavierfassung) and Auf Flügeln des Gesangs
AlbumAuf Flügeln des Gesanges (Romantische Lieder & ihre Klavier-Transkriptionen)
Artists: Christoph Prégardien (Tenor), Cyprien Katsaris (Piano)
Released by: Challenge Records

Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach (arr. Busoni)
Excerpts from Chaconne in D moll, BWV 1004
AlbumVariations sérieuses
Artist: Lilit Grigoryan (Piano)
Released by: Orchid Classics

Composers: Dimitri Schostakowitsch, Ludwig van Beethoven
Excerpts from Schostakowitsch 13. Sinfonie Babi Yar; Beethoven 9. Sinfonie
AlbumBeethoven: Sinfonie Nr. 9 & Schostakowitsch: Sinfonie Nr. 13 Doppel-CD
Artists: Bernhard Berchtold (Tenor), Mikhail Petrenko (Bass), Kristina Stanek (Mezzo soprano), Vera-Lotta Böcker (Soprano), MDR Rundfunkchor Leipzig, Estonian National Choir, Dresdner Philharmonie, Michael Sanderling (Conductor)
Released by: Sony Classical

Author: Johann Jahn
Speaker: David Creedon
Translation: Eric Rosenkranz 

October 2018

Ivetana at the organ Photo: Daniel Bockwoldt; © picture alliance/Daniel Bockwoldt/dpa With familiar and unfamiliar music, old tunes and new, modern, soft and wild renditions – replete with violins and singing, organ pipes and flute. Modest Moussorgsky's pictures of an exhibition open in unknown guise Sylvia Schreiber’s October Klassikcast, sometimes stormy, sometimes foggy and sometimes colorful – just like autumn.

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Composer: Jindrîch Feld, Miki Theodorakis.
Excerpts from Concert for Flute and Orchestra and excerpts from Adagio for Solo Flute, Chamber Orchestra and Percussion
Album: Kathrin Christians - Feld / Weinberg / Theodorakis
Artist: Kathrin Christians (Flute), Württembergisches Kammerorchester, Ruben Gazarian (Conductor)
Released by: hänssler Classic

Composer: Richard Rudolf Klein
Excerpts from Die alte Kasche and Der Rebbe tanzt
Album: Das ewige Rätsel, L'Enigme Eternelle
Artists: Johannes Martin Kränzle (Bariton), Hilko Dumno (Piano)
With the kind permission of OehmsClassics Musikproduktion GmbH
Released by: OehmsClassics

Composer: Dimitri Schostakowitsch
Excerpts from Streichquartette Nr. 3 & 9
Album: Goldmund Quartett: Shostakovich
Artists: Goldmund Quartett
Released by: Berlin Classics

Composer: Modest Mussorgskij
Excerpts from Promenade, Die Hütte der Baba Jaga and Das große Tor von Kiew
Album: Fauré Quartett: Pictures at an Exhibition
Artist: Fauré Quartett 
Released by: Berlin Classics

Composer: Dimitri Schostakowitsch, Leoš Janácek.  
Excerpts from Passacaglia from Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk and excerpts from Varhany Sólo from Postludium's Glagolitischen Messe
Album: Iveta Apkalna - Light & Dark
Artist: Iveta Apkalna (Organ)
Released by: Berlin Classics

Author: Sylvia Schreiber
Speaker: David Creedon
Translation: Eric Rosenkranz 

September 2018

Mahler Illustration: Andreas Armin d'Orfey; @ picture alliance / dieKLEINERT.de Join us this month on a musical journey through 4 centuries full of contrasts, from solo guitar to full symphony orchestra, from young stars to 90 year-old masters. We delve into a modern sound labyrinth and try to understand the genius of the late Mozart symphonies. We explore the supposed sins of Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy's youth and daring arrangements of Bruckner's chamber music.

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Composer: Simone Molinaro, Domenico Scarlatti
Excerpts from  Fantasia Prima, excerpts from  Sonatas K. 531, K. 213, K. 32, K. 27
Album: Daniel Valentin Marx - The Italian Recital
Artist: Daniel Valentin Marx (Guitar)
Released by: Genuin

Composer: Anton Bruckner
Excerpts from  Quintett F-Dur für großes Orchester bearbeitet von Gerd Schaller
Artists: Radio-Sinfonieorchester Prag, Gerd Schaller (Conductor)
Released by: hänssler Classic

Composer: Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy
Excerpts from Streichersymphonien Nr. 7, 9, 12
Album: Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy: Streichersymphonien Nr.7, 9, 12
Artists: Streichakademie Bozen, Frieder Bernius (Conductor)
Released by: hänssler Classic

Composer: Jörg Widmann
Excerpts from  Drittes Labyrinth, Polyphone Schatten
Album: Jörg Widmann, Polyphone Schatten, Drittes Labyrinth (WER 7369 2)
Artists: Sarah Wegener (Soprano), Christophe Desjardins (Viola), Jörg Widmann (Clarinet), WDR Sinfonieorchester, Heinz Holiger (Conductor), Emilio Pomàrico (Conductor)
Produced by Westdeutscher Rundfunk Köln
With the kind permission of von Schott Music & Media/WERGO, Mainz

Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Excerpts from Symphonien Nr. 40 & 41 („Jupiter-Symphonie“)
Album: W. A. Mozart: Symphonien Nr. 40 & 41 („Jupiter-Symphonie“)
Artists: BR-Symphonieorchester, Herbert Blomstedt (Conductor)
Released by: BR-KLASSIK

Author: Johann Jahn
Speaker: David Creedon
Translation: Eric Rosenkranz

August 2018

Richard-Wagner-Festspielhaus Photo: BAO; © picture alliance/imageBROKER Even when most of us enjoy a summer break, many artists are busier at music and opera festivals than at any other time of year. We can experience artists such as Christiane Karg, Matthias Goerne, and Anja Kampe live at the Bayreuth or Salzburg Festivals. In this Klassikcast we also hear what they have to say about it. Let yourself be inspired by both current and past interpretations of vocal music and enjoy a fresh summer wind from German Brass' latest album.

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Composer: Maurice Ravel
Artists: Christiane Karg (Sopran), Bamberger Symphoniker, David Afkham (Conductor) Berlin Classics
Released by: Berlin Classics

Composer: Kurt Weil
Der Kirschdieb
Album: Hanns Eisler: Ernste Gesänge - Lieder with Piano
Artists: Matthias Goerne (Baritone), Thomas Larcher (Piano), Ensemble Resonanz harmonia mundi
Released by: harmonia mundi

Composer: Peter I. Tschaikowsky
Excerpts from Pique Dame
AlbumPique Dame
Artists: Misha Didyk (Tenor), Tatiana Serjan (Soprano), Larissa Diadkova (Mezzo soprano), Alexey Shishlyaev (Baritone), Alexey Markov (Baritone); Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks, Mariss Jansons (Conductor) BR-KLASSIK
Released byBR-KLASSIK

Composer: Richard Wagner
Nothung! Nothung! Neidliches Schwert from Siegfried Album: Wolfgang Windgassen: Der erste Heldentenor in Neu-Bayreuth
Artists: Wolfgang Windgassen (Tenor), Clemens Krauss (Conductor) The Intense Media / Decca
Released by: The Intense Media / Decca

Composer: Richard Wagner
Du bist der Lenz, O süßeste Wonne from Die Walküre
AlbumRichard Wagner: Die Walküre - Box Set 
Artists: Anja Kampe, (Soprano), Mariinsky Orchester, Valery Gergiev (Conductor)
Released by: Mariinsky Label

Composer: Eddie Cooley und Otis Blackwell, Richard Strauss
Fever, Also sprach Zarathustra
AlbumBrass Hommage
Artist: German Brass
Released by: Berlin Classics

Author: Sylvia Schreiber
Speaker: David Creedon
Translation: Eric Rosenkranz 

July 2018

Helmut Lachenmann Photo: Gaetan Bally; © picture alliance/KEYSTONE This month's Klassikcast is focused on the latest events in Munich. We take a look back to the Munich Biennale, the international festival for new music theater. We review one of the most discussed premieres of late: Helmut Lachenmanns work “My Melodies”, which he wrote in Munich for musica viva. And we introduce you to the latest CD from the Münchner Philharmoniker, who are currently working on the complete Bruckner Symphonies under music director Valery Gergiev.

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Composer: Anton Bruckner
1. Sinfonie
Album: Bruckner: Symphony No. 1 Valery Gergiev
Artists: Münchner Philharmoniker, Valery Gergiev (Conductor)
Released by: Münchner Philharmoniker

Composer: Clara Iannotta
Streichquartett A Failed Entertainment
Album: Clara Iannotta: A Failed Entertainment
Artists: Quatuor Diotima
Released by: edition rz

Author: Johann Jahn
Speaker: David Ingram
Translation: Eric Rosenkranz

June 2018

The Insect Concerto Mit Dank an die Karajan-Akademie und Scholz & Friends In June we are taking a close look at various relationships: relationships between instruments, between people and insects, between musicians, Some of these relationships work well and sound good. Others end in a fiasco but sound good anyway. Listen for yourself.

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Composer: Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy
3. Satz from Konzert für Violine, Klavier und Streichorchester in d moll
3. Satz from Konzert für Violine in d moll
Album: Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy: Konzert d-moll für Violine, Klavier,Orchester
Artists: Lena Neudauer (Violin), Matthias Kirschnereit (Piano), Südwestdeutsches Kammerorchester Pforzheim, Timo Handschuh (Conductor)
Released by: cpo

Composer: Alexander von Zemlinksy
Finale from Eine florentinische Tragödie, op.16 
Album: Eine florentinische Tragödie
Artists: Heidi Brunner (Sopran), Wolfgang Koch (Bariton), Charles Reid (Tenor), ORF Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra, Bertrand de Billy (Conductor)
Released by: Capriccio Naxos
Composer: Franz Schubert
Album: In Erlkönigs Reich
Artists: David Jerusalem (Tenor), Eric Schneider (Piano)
Released by: Hänssler CLASSIC / Profile Medien GmbH
Composer: Gregor Mayrhofer
Artists: Berliner Philharmoniker
With permission of Karajan-Akademie
Composer: Fanny Mendelssohn
Clara Schumann: Scherzo No. 2 c-moll
Album: In Between
Artist: Sophie Pacini (Piano)
Released by: Sony Classical Warner Classics

Composer: Peter Iljitsch Tschaikowsky
Excerpt from Rococo Variations for Cello and Wind Quintet
Composer: Friedrich Gulda
Excerpt from Concerto for Cello and Wind Orchestra
Album: Cello Concertos: Tschaikovsky, Gulda,
Artists: Jakob Spahn (Cello), Orchestra Academy of Bayersches Staatsorchester, Stephan Frucht (Conductor)
Released by: Hänssler CLASSIC / Profile Medien GmbH

Author: Sylvia Schreiber
Speaker: David Creedon
Translation: Eric Rosenkranz

May 2018

Nils Mönkemeyer Photo: Christoph Hardt; © dpa/Geisler-Fotopress Our May Klassikcast drops by the Händel Festival in Göttingen, introduces the composer Rebecca Saunders, lets Nils Mönkemeyer sing on his viola and follows violinist Julia Schröder on mysterious paths ...

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Composer: Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber
Die Verkündigung from Sonate Nr. 1, C. 90, Die Heimsuchung from Sonate Nr. 2, C. 91 and Die Kreuztragung from Sonate Nr. 9, C. 98.
Composer: Astor Piazzolla
Cafe 1930 from Historie du Tango and Fuga y Misterio.
Album: Misterio
Artists: Julia Schröder (Baroque Violin), Lautten Compagney, Mara Miribung (Baroque Cello), Wolfgang Katschner (Lute), Gerd Amelung (Harpsichord, Chest Organ)
Released by: Sony Classical, harmonia mundi

Composer: Robert de Visée
Allemande „La Plainte“, from Suite f-moll, Pièces de théorbe et de luth. Michel Lambert: Vos mépris chaque jour
Album: Baroque
Artists: Nils Mönkemeyer (Viola), Andreas Arend (Theorbo/ Lute), Dorothee Mields (Soprano), Sara Kim (Bratsche), Niklas Trüstedt (Violin)
Released by: Sony Classical

Composer: Rebecca Saunders
Excerpt from Skin für Sopran and 13 Instrumente
Album: Donaueschinger Musiktage 2016
Artists: Juliet Fraser (Soprano), Klangforum Wien, Titus Engel (Conductor)
Released by: Schott Music & NEOS

Composerin: Sarah Nemtsov
Excerpt from Zimmer I-III 
Album: Sarah Nemtsov ampflified imagination
Artists: ensemble adapter, ensemble mosaik, sonar quartett
Released by: WERGO

Composer: Georg Friedrich Händel
Album: G. F. Händel: Duetti amorosi Enhanced
Artists: Nuria Rial (Sopran), Lawrence Zazzo (Countertenor)
Released by: Sony Classical, harmonia mundi

Author: Johann Jahn
Speaker: David Creedon
Translation: Eric Rosenkranz

April 2018

Isabella Faust Photo: Li Lewei; © dpa In the April edition we concentrate on the vibrations of strings, with a look at fresh, refreshing and unusual recordings for violin, cello, piano and others. We feature the latest releases from Niklas Liepe, Benedikt Kloeckner, Elisaveta Blumina, Isabelle Faust, Raphaela Gromes and others.

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Composer: Niccolo Paganini
Caprice No. 1 in E-Dur from 24 Capricen
Composer: Fazil Say
Album: The New Paganini Project
Artists: Niklas Liepe (Violin), Deutsche Radio Philharmonie, Gregor Bühl (Conductor)
Released by: Sony Classical

Composer: Frederic Chopin
Introduction und Polonaise brillante from Sonata für Cello
Album: Chopin, Franck: Cello Sonatas
Artists: Benedict Kloeckner (Cello)
Released by: Piano Classics

Composer: Enjott Schneider
rondo perpetuoso from Phoenix - Mythologische Dichtung für Oboe, Schlagzeug und Streichorchester
Album: Schatten im Dunkel - Shadows in the Dark (WER 5115 2)
Artists: Johannes Fischer (Drums), Christoph Hartmann (Oboe), Oliver Triendl (Piano), das TonArtists Orchester, Kevin John Edusei (Conductor)
Released by: Schott Music & Media/WERGO, Mainz

Composer: Mieczyslaw Weinberg
Klaviersonate Nr. 2 (op.8) and andantino from Sonate op. 49
Album: Klaviersonaten Nr. 2 & 4 (op.8 & 56)
Artists: Elisaveta Blumina (Piano)
Released by: cpo

Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach
4. Satz from Violinsonate Nr. 4 in c-moll
Album: J.S. Bach Sonatas for Violin & Harpsichord
Artists: Isabelle Faust (Violin), Kristian Bezuidenhout (Cembalo), Elizabeth Kenny (Lute)
Released by: harmonia mundi

Composer: Einohuhani Rautavaara
Album: RAUTAVAARA: Works for Cello & Piano
Artists: Tanja Tetzlaff (Cello), Gunilla Süssmann (Piano)
Released by: Ondine

Composer: Gustav Mahler
Das irdische Leben from Knaben Wunderhorn Lieder
Album: Mahler: Wunderhorn-Lieder and Symphony 10
Artists: Michael Volle (Bariton), Münchner Philharmoniker, Christian Thielemann (Conductor)
Released by: Warner Classics

Composer: Alfredo Casella
Album: Serenata italiana
Artists: Raphaela Gromes (Cello), Julian Riem (Piano)
Released by: Sony Classical

Author: Sylvia Schreiber
Speaker: David Creedon 
Translation: Eric Rosenkranz

March 2018

Christa Ludwig Photo: Georg Hochmuth; © picture alliance/APA/picturedesk.com Our March edition of the Klassikcast showcases three past masters of German music with big birthdays this year: composer Bernd Alois Zimmermann was born 100 years ago, singer Christa Ludwig 90 years ago, and the maverick composer Hans-Joachim Hespos is celebrating his 80th birthday mid-March.

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Composer: Bernd Alois Zimmermann
Excerpts from Die Soldaten
Album: Die Soldaten (Mitschnitt der UA 1965)
Artists: Gürzenich-Orchester, Michael Gielen (Conductor)
Released by: WERGO

Composer: Bernd Alois Zimmermann
Excerpts from 3 Frühe Klavierstücke
Album: Complete Works for Piano Solo
Artists: Andreas Skouras (Piano)
Released by: NEOS

Composer: Bernd Alois Zimmermann
Excerpts from Konfigurationen
Album: Complete Works for Piano Solo
Artists: Andreas Skouras (Piano)
Released by: NEOS

Composer: Bernd Alois Zimmermann
Hommage à Strawinsky (1. Satz) from dem Oboenkonzert
Album: Concertos
Artists: Sinfonieorchester des Südwestfunks, Heinz Holliger (Oboe), Michael Gielen (Conductor)
Released by: Philipps

Composer: Bernd Alois Zimmermann
Excerpts from Photoptosis
Album: Zender Collection Vol. 10
Artists: RSO Saarbrücken, Hans Zender (Conductor)
Released by: cpo

Composer: Hans-Joachim Hespos
Excerpts from Kitara
Album: Solo Works 69-6
Artists: Michael Schröder (Guitar)
Released by: cpo

Composer: Hans-Joachim Hespos
Excerpts from Ruhil
Album: Konzert für Arno Schmidt (THOROFON CTH2094)
Artists: Klaus König (Bassposaune), Karel Jokusch (Kornett), Thomas Sonnen (Tenortuba)
Released by: Thorofon / Capella

Composer: Richard Strauss
Die Zeit ist ein sonderbar Ding from Rosenkavalier
Album: Salzburger Festspieldokumente – Christa Ludwig Highlights 1955-1974 (Artikelnummer C 365 941 B)
Artists: Christa Ludwig (Mezzo soprano), Wiener Philharmoniker, Karl Böhm (Conductor)
Released by: ORFEO

Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Non so piu cosa son, cosa faccio from Die Hochzeit des Figaro
Album: Wiener Staatsoper Live (Artikelnummer C 758083 D)
Artists: Christa Ludwig (Mezzo soprano), Wiener Philharmoniker, Karl Böhm (Conductor)
Released by: ORFEO

Composer: Richard Wagner
Ortruds Fluch from dem 2. Akt von Lohengrin
Album: Wiener Staatsoper Live (Artikelnummer C 758083 D)
Artists: Christa Ludwig (Mezzo soprano), Wiener Philharmoniker, Karl Böhm (Conductor)
Released by: ORFEO

Composer: Richard Strauss
Cäcilie, op. 27 No. 2 (1894)
Album: Richard Strauss - Salzburger Liederabende 1956-2010 (Artikelnummer C 894142I)
Artists: Christa Ludwig (Mezzo soprano), Erik Werba (Piano)
Released by: ORFEO

Author: Johann Jahn
Speaker: David Creedon
Translation: Eric Rosenkranz

February 2018

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Composer: Johannes Brahms
Sinfonie Nr. 3 F-Dur op. 90 und Sinfonie Nr. 4 e-Moll op. 98
Album: Elbphilharmonie Hamburg. Die ersten Aufnahmen: Sinfonie 3 & 4
Artists: NDR Elbphilharmonie Orchester, Thomas Hengelbrock (Conductor)
Released by: Sony Classical

Composer: Kalle Kalima
Louhi für E-Gitarre und Streichorchester
Live-Recording of the 30th July 2017 at Verdo Concert Hall

Artists: Ensemble Resonanz, Kalle Kalima (E-guitar)
Released by: Bayerischer Rundfunk

Composer: Franz Schubert
Album: Franz Schubert. Forellenquintett
Artists: Anne Sophie Mutter (Violin), Daniil Trifonov (Piano)
Released by: Deutsche Grammophon

Composer: Ludwig van Beethoven
Schottische Lieder
Album: Ludwig van Beethoven. Irische und schottische Lieder
Artists: Boulanger Trio, Andrè Schuen (Baritone)
Released by: CAvi Music

Composer: Claude Debussy
Claire de Lune from Suite bergamasque
Live-Mitschnitt des 3. Abonnementkonzert (Reihe A) des Symphonieorchesters des Bayerischen Rundfunks in der Saison 2017/2018

Artists: Daniel Barenboim (Piano)
Released by: Bayerischer Rundfunk

Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach
Partita No. 1 in b-Moll BWV 1002
Album: J. S. Bach. Sonaten & Partiten für Violine BWV 1001-1006 Re-Release
Artists: Julia Fischer (Violin)
Released by: Pentatone

Author: Sylvia Schreiber
Speaker: David Creedon
Translation: Eric Rosenkranz 

January 2018

Marton Illes Photo: Maurizio Gambarini; © dpa The Gürzenich Orchestra Cologne have come out with new rendition of Gustav Mahler’s 5th Symphony, pianist Michael Rische and the Berliner Barocksolisten have recorded long-neglected and largely unknown keyboard concertos by Carl Philip Emmanuel Bach. Before that, we will start with a brief foray into contemporary music.

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Composer: Marton Illes
Live recording from Donaueschinger Musiktage 2017

Artists: SWR Sinfonieorchester, Pablo Rus Broseta (Conductor)
Released by: SWR Mediathek

Composer: Christophe Betrand
Album: Sanh
Artists: Trio Catch
Released by: Col legno

Composer: Gustav Mahler: Sinfonie Nr. 5
Album: Mahler
Symphony no. 5, Gürzenich-Orchester Köln

Artists: Francois-Xavier Roth (Conductor)
Released by: harmonia mundi

Composer: Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach
Klavierkonzerte wq. 1, 45 und 15
Album: Piano Concertos, Berliner Barocksolisten
Artists: Michael Rische (Conductor)
Released by: Hänssler classic

Author: Johann Jahn
Speaker: David Creedon
Translation: Eric Rosenkranz

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