CD Review: Bachs On Harpsichord And Fortepiano

There are a lot of compelling and fascinating arguments for this kind of program featuring harpsichordist Rebecca Cypess and fortepianist Yi-heng Yang. Yet the recital justifies itself entirely on musical grounds.

CD Review: Classical Obscurities Elegantly Shaped

A new recording by Simon Murphy and the New Dutch Academy includes world-premiere recordings of three symphonies and Stephen Storace’s aria “Domestic Peace,” as well as the first recording of Carl Friedrich Zelter’s Concerto in E-flat for Viola and Orchestra on period instruments.

CD Review: Bach’s Luther Cantatas Inspirited

“Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott,” a hymn virtually synonymous with Lutheranism, opens BWV 80 and exemplifies the reverent yet uniquely moving aesthetic of this recording by Montréal Baroque under Eric Milnes.

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