Schütz’s last hurrah – a magnificent end to a magnificent recording project.
Music to savour while sipping whiskey in a leather armchair.
Cooper, France and Spain make stimulating bedfellows.
Gugnin rehabilitates Shostakovich’s 24 Preludes.
A wondrous new recording of Bach’s immortal music for cello.
Australian choral music given committed performances by West Australian ensemble.
Tetzlaff’s coupling proves endlessly illuminating.
Levit goes full cycle – pianist stakes his claim as a Beethovenian for contemporary ears.
In Baltimore, if music be the food of love, play on indeed!
Lesser-known works get sparkling treatment.
Revelations in store as voices are silenced no more.
Revived sonatas thrill, but what a pity there’s no more.
Bach, Beethoven and beyond: Scandi foursome refract a beam of musical light.