Gramophone Editor's Choice

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Gramophone Editor's Choice


Cullingford, Martin, Gramophone


Martin Cullingford's pick of the finest recordings from this month's reviews

DOVE

In Damascus

Mark Padmore ten

Charles Owen pf

Sacconi Quartet

Signum

> MALCOLM RILEY'S REVIEW IS ON PAGE 28

Two highly engaging Chamber work are Followed by work are Followed by a moving response to the Syrian conflict. Beautifully performed, it's a very impressive insight into a distinctive composer.

JS BACH The Art of Fugue--exes

BEETHOVEN

String Quartet No 13

Australian Chamber

Orchestra/Richard

Tognetti vn ABC Classics

Tognetti and his ACO colleagues bring their trademark energy and virtuosity to this hugely enjoyable programme.

> REVIEW ON PAGE 30

BEETHOVEN. CHOPIN

Piano Works

Elisabeth Brauss pf

Oehms

A really note-worthy debut this. Young German pianist Elisabeth Brauss's first disc demonstrates impressive assurance, freshness, intelligence and, most of all, talent. A pianist to watch.

> REVIEW ON PAGE 61

EISLER Lieder, Vol 1

Holger Falk bar Steffen

Schleiermacher pf

Dabringhaus und Grimm

The first part of an anticipated fourvolume survey of Hanns Eisler's songs, baritone Holger Falk and pianist Steffen Schleiermacher offering, as critic Hugo Shirley puts it, terrific performances.

> REVIEW ON PAGE71

DEAN Dramatis personae

FRANCESCONI Hard

Pace

Hdkan Hardenberger tpt

Gothenburg Symphony

Orchestra / John

Storgards BIS

Two contemporary concertos for trumpet, performed by--as Andrew Mellor puts it--a 'dream team' of musicians.

> REVIEW ON PAGE 35

LATE NIGHT LUTE'

Matthew Wadsworth lute

Deux-Elles

This beautiful recital wraps carefully chosen and elegantly played historic repertoire around a fascinating new work from Stephen Goss, drawing imaginatively on the theorbo's unique sound. …

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