This Appl didn’t fall very far from Fischer-Dieskau’s tree.
Life after Bach: Suzuki’s Missa Solemnis yields mixed results.
Glorious sound perhaps, but nothing particularly different.
Hanna makes a 20th-century Italian footnote Hipp again.
Jonathan Biss’s latest Beethoven appears headed for seventh heaven.
Coogan and Rudd entertain as a pair of unlikely gay dads.
Tuck’s second Czerny concerto disc proves Beethoven’s mate far from second rate.
Heavenly Twins: Vaughan Williams’ Fifth and Sixth prove two sides of a classy coin.
More ice than fire in Pollini’s belated Debussy part two.
In Brahms, the best is the enemy of the good.
A Canadian’s tribute to Glenn Gould fairly hums along.
Lugansky’s latest label-hop delivers 24 of the best.
Tinalley applies plenty of French polish and Aussie character to boot.