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Naxos in January

Post by Nashvillebill » Thu Dec 21, 2006 5:46 pm

For those of you interested here's what's comming in January from Naxos:

8660175-78 WAGNER Siegfried (Soloists, Stuttgart State Opera Chorus & Orchestra, Zagrosek)

8557430 BRAHMS “Symphony No.3” (London PO, Alsop)

8559325 GLASS “Heroes Symphony” (Bournemouth SO, Alsop)

8559295 HAILSTORK “Symphonies Nos. 2 & 3” (Grand Rapids SO, Lockington)

8570033 ORFF “Carmina Burana” (Bournemouth SO & Chorus, Alsop)

8557847 LISZT Symphonic Poems (NZSO, Halász)

8570073 TABAKOV Concerto for 2 Flutes, Piano Concerto (Collard, Gallois, Bernold, Bilkent SO, Tabakov)
8570195 TCHAIKOVSKY, Boris Symphony No.1, The Murmuring Forest Suite, After the Ball (Volgograd Philharmonic Orchestra, Serov, Saratov Conservatory Symphony Orchestra, Ershov)

8570308 BRIAN, Havergal Symphonies Nos. 4 & 12 (Soloists, Choirs, Slovak RSO, Leaper)

2110521 THOMSON, V. The Plow that Broke the Plains; The River (Post Classical Ensemble, Gil-Ordonez) this is a DVD with the original documentary film but with the score re-recorded as Virgil Thompson had intended it to be.

8557505 STRAVINSKY Histoire du Soldat, (Renard Ciesinski, Naruki, Twentieth Century Classics Ensemble, Craft)

8557761 PICHL Symphonies (Toronto Chamber Orchestra, Mallon)

8557880 SAINT-SAENS Cello Sonatas Nos. 1 & 2 (Kliegel, Thiollier)

8557934 CLARKE, Rebecca Viola Music (Dukes, Rahman)

8557823 DUTILLEUX Complete Solo Piano Music (John Chen)

8570249 BUSONI Piano Music Vol. 3 (Wolf Harden)

8555065 de FALLA Piano Music Vol. 1 (Daniel Ligorio)

8570253 SAMMARTINI Sacred Cantata, Confitebor, Symphonies (Soloists, Symphonica Ensemble, Ferrari)

8570109 WEISS Lute Sonatas Vol. 8 (Robert Barto)

8570244 VARIOUS (Dvorak, Gillingham, Colgrass, Rimsky-Korsikov) Winds of Nagual (Ohio State University Wind Symphony)

8225317-18 PACIUS The Hunt of King Charles (Soloists, Pori Opera Choir, Pori Sinfonietta, Rasilainen)

8570035 SARRI, GASPARINI, BONONCINI Intermezzo Moscetta e Grullo (Sarri); Intermezzo Mirena e Floro (Gasparini and Bononcini) by Comic Intermezzo

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Post by Ralph » Thu Dec 21, 2006 7:40 pm

As usual, many good releases. I'm particularly looking forward to the Alsop/Brahms.
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Post by CharmNewton » Sat Dec 23, 2006 12:17 am

I'm looking forward to Volume 8 of the Weiss series with Robert Bbarto.

Are these the U.S. releases? I've noticed that Naxos seems tor release discs in other parts of the world before the U.S.

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Post by Nashvillebill » Wed Dec 27, 2006 10:02 am

Yes these are all US releases and will be available at the end of january. So save up all the gift cards and chirstmas money till then!

Ralph, the alsop brahms is fantastic. I snagged a promo copy and listened to it over the break and really enjoyed it. It's on par with the first two.

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Post by Modernistfan » Thu Dec 28, 2006 8:12 am

Yes, some of these look interesting, particularly the Boris Tchaikovsky and the Hailstork symphonies. It is amazing that Naxos has managed to corral so much American conducting talent: Gerard Schwarz, Leonard Slatkin, Marin Alsop (a biggie), JoAnne Falletta.

What is interesting is that Klaus Heymann has said many times that he expected to be put out of business by the majors within five years by a flood of reissues at budget or super-budget price with big name performers. Didn't happen.

Naxos totally changed the classical music business by breaking the "superstar" model.

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Post by Gurn Blanston » Thu Dec 28, 2006 8:28 pm

Delighted to see that the 18th Century Series finally got around to Pichl. I have his Chandos "Contemporaries of Mozart" disk and it is really fine. I think Ralph would find him giving Ditters a run for his money!! :D

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Post by Nashvillebill » Fri Dec 29, 2006 11:27 am

Also If I remember correctly for another couple threads there are some people here who are big fans of Allan Pettersson. CPO is releasing a box set of his complete symphonies and will be available in January as well. it's a 12 disc box set. That's a lot of Pettersson!!

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Post by Ralph » Fri Dec 29, 2006 11:30 am

Gurn Blanston wrote:Delighted to see that the 18th Century Series finally got around to Pichl. I have his Chandos "Contemporaries of Mozart" disk and it is really fine. I think Ralph would find him giving Ditters a run for his money!! :D

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Post by burnitdown » Sun Dec 31, 2006 7:46 pm

Ralph wrote:As usual, many good releases. I'm particularly looking forward to the Alsop/Brahms.
I second that. Could be an interesting interpretation of a beloved symphony.

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Post by Gurn Blanston » Sun Dec 31, 2006 8:32 pm

Ralph wrote:
Gurn Blanston wrote:Delighted to see that the 18th Century Series finally got around to Pichl. I have his Chandos "Contemporaries of Mozart" disk and it is really fine. I think Ralph would find him giving Ditters a run for his money!! :D

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A run, yes. But he ends up in second place to Dittersdorf! :)
Maybe, maybe not. You'll have to listen and see. I have 8 Ditters disks, but only 1 Pichl (soon to be 2!). Oh, did you know, Ralph, that the two were best of friends? Small world. ;)

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Post by piston » Thu Jan 04, 2007 4:53 pm

Boris Tchaikovsky has an unfortunate attribute: his last name! Compared to Eshpai, Gubaidulina, etc., his recordings can be difficult to find both physically and virtually. I greatly enjoy what I have previously acquired (mostly on Russian Disc) and very much look forward to the Naxos issue of his first symphony. By the way, Modernistfan, I also look forward to crossing paths with you on this forum in the near future.
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Post by Boris Tchaikovsky Society » Sun Jan 07, 2007 6:37 pm

Modernistfan wrote:Yes, some of these look interesting, particularly the Boris Tchaikovsky and ....
piston wrote:Boris Tchaikovsky .... , his recordings can be difficult to find both physically and virtually. I greatly enjoy what I have previously acquired (mostly on Russian Disc) and very much look forward to the Naxos issue of his first symphony.
Thanks a lot to piston and to Modernistfan for the your warm words about Boris Tchaikovsky!
Indeed, some time ago only few recordings with the music of Boris Tchaikovsky were available (primary on Russian Dics, where BT's works always were combined with another composers).
But during 2003-2007 already 15 CDs were released by different labels, including Hyperion, Chandos, Albany, Relief.
The list of Boris Tchaikovsky's CDs you can find on our Web-site:

http://www.bt_ms.da.ru

Excepting two CDs (from Haenssler Classics and "Eastern Wind"), the rest issues were with more or less participation of our Society.
And we extremely gratefull to Naxos for two CDs: the 1st was last year CD with Piano Concerto, Clarinet Concerto and "Signs of the Zodiac". To record and issue BT's First Symphony was one of our dreams and we are happy that this became possible! On the CD with First Symphony also there are premiere recordings of the music to radio-shows, which were very valuable for composer.
We hope, the recordings will be warmly met!

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Post by Ralph » Sun Jan 07, 2007 9:38 pm

Welcome Boris Tchaikovsky Society! Tell us more about your membership and activities.
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Post by maskedman » Sat Jan 13, 2007 3:04 pm

[quote="Nashvillebill"]Also If I remember correctly for another couple threads there are some people here who are big fans of Allan Pettersson. CPO is releasing a box set of his complete symphonies and will be available in January as well. it's a 12 disc box set. That's a lot of Pettersson!![/quote]

It sure is especially in one sitting.....

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Post by walboi » Mon Jan 15, 2007 7:21 am

Better still the Petterson's were realeased as early as in December 2006.
And it is hard not to like Petterson. Once playing it is hard to stop. Currently I am collecting all I can from him, and lots is on the CPO label.
There can never be enough Petterson in my opinion.
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Post by Nashvillebill » Tue Jan 23, 2007 11:36 am

I just figured I would bring this back to the top to remind everyone of what's available next week from Naxos. Also for those inclined to downloading the three Alsop releases (Brahms 3, Carmina Burana, and Heroes symphony) are all pre-released on itunes.

Hope everyone had a good weekend!
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Post by Ralph » Tue Jan 23, 2007 11:39 am

Nashvillebill wrote:I just figured I would bring this back to the top to remind everyone of what's available next week from Naxos. Also for those inclined to downloading the three Alsop releases (Brahms 3, Carmina Burana, and Heroes symphony) are all pre-released on itunes.

Hope everyone had a good weekend!
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Thanks for the reminder.
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Post by karlhenning » Tue Jan 23, 2007 12:55 pm

Gurn Blanston wrote:
Ralph wrote:
Gurn Blanston wrote:Delighted to see that the 18th Century Series finally got around to Pichl. I have his Chandos "Contemporaries of Mozart" disk and it is really fine. I think Ralph would find him giving Ditters a run for his money!! :D

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A run, yes. But he ends up in second place to Dittersdorf! :)
Maybe, maybe not. You'll have to listen and see. I have 8 Ditters disks, but only 1 Pichl (soon to be 2!). Oh, did you know, Ralph, that the two were best of friends? Small world. ;)
Woe is us, Ralph & Gurn! Today is the anniversary of Le mort de Pichl . . . . :cry:
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Post by walboi » Tue Jan 23, 2007 1:01 pm

Pichl, Hmmmmmmmm, Naxos, I ordered it! Have to wait and see right.
Having really a nice bottle of champagne on my left hand, and a crystal glass in the other hand, a bit like Ditters & Pichl.
Good quality! :lol:

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