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EARLY MUSIC

NAXOS 30 ÅR!

Naxos fortsetter med sitt 30 års jubileum med en kampanje på tidlig musikk. Fra von Bingen til Byrd, fra Dowland til Dufay, fra Gabrieli til Gesualdo ble det skapt mesterverk som har overlevd flere 100 år av musikalsk utvikling

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Musical treasures from the early Middle Ages and the Renaissance: While the chronology of early music may resist an exact definition, the advancement of European musical styles portrayed in this catalogue takes us on a fascinating journey from the emergence of Gregorian chant (c. 750) up to the development of early Baroque music (c. 1600). From von Bingen to Byrd, from Dowland to Dufay, from Gabrieli to Gesualdo, these enduring works are a musical slice of history and a fascinating look back at the era’s uniquely intriguing sounds.

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Echo klassisk 2017

VINNERNE 2017

Den tyske musikkpris ECHO er en av de mest prestigefylte musikkpriser verden over.
Hvert år tildeler Deutsche Phono-Akademie, det kulturelle institutt for musikindustrein ECHO for å prise de mest suksessrike og særpregede musikere fra både Tyskland og internationalt

Det begyndte i 1992; og i 1994 blev det etablert en ECHO KLASSIK Award. Siden 2010 er det også kommet en ECHO JAZZ Award.

Her er vinnerne som du får tilbud på nå ut september

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SEPTEMBER 2017

NEW ON NAXOS

The September 2017 edition of NEW ON NAXOS. Our spotlight recording is Boris Giltburg’s highly anticipated album performing Sergey Rachmaninov’s Piano Concerto No. 2 in C minor, Op. 18 and Études-Tableaux, Op. 33, with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra and conductor Carlos Miguel Prieto. Boris’ previous Rachmaninov recording of Études-Tableaux, Op. 39 and Moments musicaux was critically acclaimed, and was Gramophone’s Recording of the Month, American Record Guide’s Critics’ Choice, and Instrumental Choice of the Month of BBC Music Magazine.

Other highlights include:
• Dmitry Yablonsky and the Kiev Virtuosi’s new recording of Valentin Silvestrov’s music for string orchestra. This release also features Ukrainian pianist Iryna Starodub.

• Volume 2 of Jun Märkl’s survey of Richard Wagner’s orchestral works, conducting the MDR Leipzig Radio Symphony Orchestra in performances of overtures to operas Die Feen, Christopher Columbus, König Enzio and Das Liebesverbot, and the highly-p ...

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AUGUST 2017

NEW ON NAXOS

The August 2017 edition of NEW ON NAXOS. Our spotlight recording is Vincenzo Bellini’s opera Bianca e Gernando, recorded for the first time in its original version, from the Rossini in Bad Wildbad Bel Canto Festival. Cast include soprano Silvia Dalla Benetta and tenor Maxim Mironov on title roles, the Camerata Bach Choir Poznan and Virtuosi Brunensis conducted by Antonino Fogliani.

Other highlights include:
• Conductor Yuri Serov’s third recording for Naxos, which features Georgy Sviridov’s song cycle Russia Adrift, cantata Snow is Falling, and Music for Chamber Orchestra. Soloists include mezzo-soprano Mila Shkirtil, pianist Nikolai Mazhara and Sergey Voloshchuk on French horn, with the St Petersburg State Symphony Orchestra.

• World première recordings of George Tsontakis’ three concertante works – Anasa, True Colors, and Unforgettable – performed by the Albany Symphony and conductor David Alan Miller, with soloists David Krakauer (clarinet), Eric Berlin (trumpet), Eunice Kim ...

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JULY 2017

NEW ON NAXOS

The July 2017 edition of NEW ON NAXOS. Our spotlight recording is another jewel from the Rossini in Wildbad Bel Canto Festival – Rossini’s Sigismondo, featuring mezzo-soprano Margarita Gritskova on the title role, with soprano Maria Aleida, Camerata Bach Choir Poznan, the Virtuosi Brunensis, conducted by Antonino Fogliani.

Other highlights include:
• Mourad Merzouki’s PIXEL, a contemporary dance performance featuring the Compagnie Käfig, 3D designs by Adrien M & Claire B Company, and music by Armand Amar.

• Volume 7 of Antonio Soler’s Keyboard Sonatas series performed by the first prize winner of the 60th Maria Canals International Music Competition of Barcelona, pianist Regina Chernychko.

• The latest installment of our survey of Fritz Kreisler’s Complete Solo Recordings, remastered from original recordings from 1921-1925. In this release, Fritz Kreisler performs works by Bach, Beethoven, Koželuch, Wagner, Dvorák and by Kreisler himself.



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