classics: H. Berlioz - Benvenuto Cellini - P. Ciofi, G. Balducci, J. DiDonato,J. Nelson - Orchestre National de France - 3CDS - 2004.
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StateWork : Free Great Classical Broadcast Recordings etc.: Schoenberg: Pelleas and Melisande, with Alan Gilbert's talk. New York Phil, live Sept 25,
StateWork : Free Great Classical Broadcast Recordings etc.: Schoenberg: Pelleas and Melisande, with Alan Gilbert's talk. New York Phil, live Sept 25, 2009
Alicia de Larrocha, a diminutive Spanish pianist esteemed for her elegant Mozart performances and regarded as an incomparable interpreter of Albéniz, Granados, Mompou and other Spanish composers, died on Sept. 25, 2009. She was 86. Alicia de Larrocha y de la Calle was born in Barcelona on May 23, 1923, to Eduardo de Larrocha and Maria Teresa de la Calle. Although her mother gave up any ambition of a performing career when she married, Ms. de Larrocha's aunt was a piano teacher at the Academia Marshall, a school founded by the pianist Frank Marshall, who was also a Granados student.
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Robert Stallman does it again, breaking new ground for flute chamber music with First Recordings of his original arrangements of three Sonatas of Franz Schubert (D.568, D. 574, D. 408). After the stunning launch of the Bogner's Café label with Mozart-Stallman: New Quintets for Flute & Strings, the master flutist now gives further evidence of a special instinct for transcribing, cultivated over many years: two Quartets and a Quintet for Flute & Strings - Schubert at his youthful best, but as never heard before. Stallman is again joined by the award-winning Martinu String Quartet and violist Karel Untermüller in radiant performances from Prague.
These brilliant re-creations by Stallman not only bring new substance to the flute repertoire but make listeners feel as though the composer himself has done the arranging. Hearing his earlier disc of Mozart arrangements, one radio host asks "Could it be that maestro Stallman has channeled the master?" FANFARE Magazine says "It may seem like a conjurer's trick, but it is actually the result of deep musical insight."