A stunning and overdue set of Franz Schmidt’s symphonies.
Male soprano Mariño is in luck with Gluck and Handel.
Plenty of laughs and action in Weinberg’s Russian Jewish kitchen drama.
Tenorial champions square up for thrilling bouts of vocal sparring.
Seasoned old mates take us to their Lieder for a blissful hour.
Christophers serves up more musical puffery to please the Merry Monarch.
Rattle leads a fine, modern recording of a Beethoven curiosity.
Stripped back Schubert as Schubert might have heard it.
A Schumann staple brilliantly embellished by an eclectic array of other voices.
Outback pianos, telegraphs, lakes and Percy Grainger forge new piano sounds.
Michael Kieran Harvey pays tribute to teenage environmental activist.
Isaacs takes us on a picturesque musical journey, but maybe skip the booklet notes.
Andrew Balio and Bruce Bengtson make a compelling case for reimagining Bach’s music for trumpet and organ.