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A marauding concert requiem easily mistaken for Shostakovich’s Symphony No. 14½.
Ingólfsson stakes a claim near the site that Romitelli quarried. The agile and luscious instrumental textures would have pleased Boulez.
With an assured understanding of the music, Zhu Xiao-Mei’s second take is incredibly personal, perhaps too quirky and nutty for purists.
Is Via Crucis colorless and ephemeral? Is Socrate religious? This duo piano release crafts a universe where Liszt, Satie and Cage blur.
This Dmitri animated by Barnes isn’t the Shostakovich whose music I know.
A modest perplexing explosion as a small, nervous troupe gives life to various French texts while playing.
Hahn’s effervescent pieces stand agreeably between frivolity and pretension.
A sparkling, often virtuosic collection of Romantic and early-Modern sea pieces.
A lonely story lurks within 12 sections, perhaps Sephardic, Moravian or older, with nods to jazz, Gertrude Stein and Joaquín Rodrigo.
A group wedding that ends badly for all. Salieri’s early French success stems from Gluck’s influence.