As far as the harpsichord goes, Esfahani and Bach – say no more.
In Dirk Herten’s complete Beethoven, sadly less is less.
Scintillating Scarlatti from a French harpsichord master.
Thanks to the net, a forgotten lute composer is revived.
It’s Haydn, but not as you’ve ever heard him before.
Meet the new classical superstars.
A single instrument conveys a slice out of a Soviet composer’s world.
Australian guitar music from a master – how good is that?
Pianist’s Romantic emotions possess flair and conviction.
Hewitt reveals miracles to come in unlikely selection.
Frenchman’s survey meets Haydn’s critical periods.
Intimate demonstration of the piano’s capabilities, but odd acoustics frustrate.
Triumphant return to keyboard in Beethoven and Schumann.