CD Review- Classical Source on Bobby and Hans vol. 3

“anyone… who generally welcomes song, dance, deepness of human feeling and clarity in their music will find much to entrance and enlighten here. It is certainly good to have a choice of recordings for Gál 2, to compare and contrast, but Woods’s version is the place to start…this thoughtfully considered account belongs in the Schumann 4 collection alongside Boult, Celibidache, Sawallisch (Dresden) and Szell”

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CD Review- Classical Source on Bobby and Hans vol. 2

A new review for the Orchestra of the Swan’s new recording of Hans Gal’s Fourth Symphony and Schumann’s Second from critic Colin Anderson, editor at Classical Source. Read the whole thing here. A short sample follows Click here to order from MDT Click here to order from Amazon.co.uk Click here to order from Amazon.com   Gal: […]

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CD Review- Classical Source on Orchestra of the Swan: Song of the Earth

A new review at the Classical Source from Peter Reed of the new Orchestra of the Swan recording of Mahler’s Das Lied von der Erde and Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen on Somm. Read the whole thing here. A short sample follows:   …The three singers are superb. In the Wayfarer songs, the baritone (with a strong […]

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Concert Review- Classical Source on New Queen’s Hall Orchestra Gala with KW and K&W

Full Review at “New Queen’s Hall Orchestra Gala Concert” “Reviewed by: Douglas Cooksey Rossini Il signor Bruschino – Overture Walton Facade: An Entertainment [selection] Andrew Divine, adapted and arranged Roy Moore Faith [first performance] Beethoven Symphony No.7 in A, Op.92 Kit & The Widow (reciters) New Queen’s Hall Orchestra Kenneth Woods St John’s, Smith Square, London Thursday, […]

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