Sunday, 12 August 2007

Whilst I've been away a whole batch of reviews have come out, all are on MusicWeb International.

My review of a new disc which mixes jazz and gregorian chant is here.
This isn't for everyone. You have to be interested in both plainchant and modern jazz to get the best out of this disc. ...

My review of a disc of Georg Schumann's choral music is here.
Fine performances of well-crafted music. Anyone interested in the byways of German neo-Romantic composers in the 20th century would be well advised to try this disc. ...

My review of the 2nd volume of Buxtehude Choral music from Ton Koopman is here.
All it remains to say is that everyone should have a copy of this lively and
inspiring disc on their library shelves. ...


My review of Vivaldi's L'Estro Harmonico is here .
Will not appeal to everyone but their sheer brilliance and rhythmic impetus is her attractive. A very welcome release ...

My review of a disc of Rameau and Campra cantatas is here.
A charming, well performed disc. Anyone interested in exploring French baroque music further should buy it immediately ...

And finally, my review of Stephen Hartke's The Greater Good, is here.
This is one of those sets which I would have liked to have liked more. ...

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