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This album of world-premiere recordings salutes the life and work of the legal pioneer, longtime equal rights crusader, and popular icon Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
The band's 10th release for the label offers nine works written over a 40-year span. Composer attribution isn't definitively known for all these works, but the music is delightful and is here performed with great passion.
This stunning new song cycle sets music to poems by Donald Hall. His plain-spoken, yet profound poetry reveals candid perspectives on aging, balancing its inevitable negative aspects and its persisting joys and pleasures.
Any serious music lover who wishes to trace the evolution of Western choral music from its ancient beginnings to contemporary times will find this stunning new album to be a truly ear-grabbing revelation.
The arrangements of most of the pieces on this disc may be unusual, but it is the very high quality of the music-making, not the unexpected elements, that makes this recording a pleasure from start to finish.(Audiovisual clip)
A Gramophone Editor's Choice!Every reading here works like a dream; no doubt in part because the three main works’ Hungarian folk roots are a perfect partner to her own Moldovan folk heritage.(Audiovisual clip)
A Gramophone Editor's Choice!The music is colorful, unabashedly virtuoso, and quite substantial. The pianist commands a transcendental technique and possesses an unflappable sonority that refuses to splinter. Most highly recommended.(Audiovisual clip)
The pianist plays superbly: the Three Movements from Petrushka are precise and exhilarating, she gets the dry Sonata and Serenade in A just right, and perhaps most memorable are 2½ minutes from the ritual close of Symphonies of Wind Instruments. (2 CDs)