JUDITH WEIR & JONATHAN DOVE: Organ Works

JUDITH WEIR & JONATHAN DOVE: Organ Works

Thomas Corns organ RESONANCE CLASSICS   RES10339 This is a most engaging recording, pairing organ music by two composers who, at least superficially, might not appear to have very much in common, other than the fact that their output for the organ in both cases...
BRIDGE, FRANCES-HOAD & WALTON: Various

BRIDGE, FRANCES-HOAD & WALTON: Various

Frank Bridge: Oration Frances-Hoad: Earth, Sea, Air William Walton: Cello Concerto Laura van der Heijden celloBBC Scottish Symphony OrchestraRyan Wigglesworth conductor Chandos CHSA 5346 Laura van der Heijden came to our attention when she won the BBC Young...
ELEANOR ALBERGA: Orchestral Works

ELEANOR ALBERGA: Orchestral Works

Castalian String Quartet, BBC Symphony OrchestraThomas Kemp conductor RESONUS RES10340 Eleanor Alberga was born in 1949 in Kingston, Jamaica. From 1970 she was a scholarship student at the Royal Academy of Music in London, studying piano and singing. She...
CHARLES VILLIERS STANFORD: Orchestral Songs

CHARLES VILLIERS STANFORD: Orchestral Songs

Sharon Carty mezzo sopranoMorgan Pearse baritoneBBC SingersBBC Concert OrchestraJohn Andrews conductor RESONUS RES10345 CVS of course crops up in the biographies of his many successful pupils who forged newer forms of expression, though with his own basically late...
THE NAMING OF BIRDS: British Wind Quintets

THE NAMING OF BIRDS: British Wind Quintets

Lumas Winds Champs Hill Records CHRCD170 The five players are recent graduates of the Royal Academy, and the Royal College of Music. They were winners of the 2023 Royal Over-Seas League Music Competition. They are lively group of excellent players who bring much...
ROGER QUILTER: Go, Lovely Rose

ROGER QUILTER: Go, Lovely Rose

James Gilchrist tenorAnna Tilbrook Piano CHANDOS 20322 When I opened the packaging for this disc, I suspected that much of music would also be found on one of my favourite discs of English songs, that by Anthony Rolfe-Johnson with Lisa Milne and others, on Naxos...