DG couples the opposite sides of a composer’s polemic.
Articles by Warwick Arnold
Brilliant Bartók as German violist goes Hungary.
Isabelle’s Faustian pack raises the spirits.
Five soloists offer three rare concerti you need to Czech out.
Lugansky’s latest label-hop delivers 24 of the best.
Melnikov and his ‘period’ instruments prove adept time travellers.
Perahia scales a pianistic Everest with oxygen to spare.
Review: Debussy • Rachmaninov • Stravinsky (Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, Vasily Petrenko)
Petrenko helps three composers strut their vernal stuff.
Matthias Goerne’s Wagner is a thing of power and beauty.
Currentzis whips up a passionate Pathétique to love or loathe.
Universal takes Karajan’s Ring and gives it a refreshing spring cleaning.
Plowright’s Brahms canters into the final furlong still leading the field.
Gerhaher revisits Schubert’s lovesick cycle with stunning results.