April's new Studio Master releases
01 April 2014
'Opus 1 & 3: Church Sonatas' is a fittingly satisfying finale to The Avison Ensemble's celebrated Corelli series. Pavlo Beznosiuk leads the performance which sees The Avison Ensemble perfectly capture the essence of Corelli's sophisticated style.
That Judith Owen's new album ‘Ebb & Flow' evokes the spirit of the halcyon days of the great 1970s troubadours is not accidental. In a set of potent songs about love and loss, pain and joy, dreams and despair, the Welsh singer-songwriter fearlessly explores the duality of the human condition - and to do justice to the songs, she turns to the legendary musicians who created the seventies' troubadour sound.
Since winning Glastonbury's Emerging Talent Competition, Liz Green has been hard at work in the recording studio. 'Haul Away!' perfectly conveys Green's unique character: as droll as it is dark, it is also a glorious glass half-full celebration of love, all at the same time.
The exciting new release with Truls Mørk and Vasily Petrenko continues Ondine's successful Shostakovich series. The recording
includes the two cello concerti performed by one of the most respected and prestigios contemporary cellists, Truls Mørk, together with the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra under its conductor and artistic director, Vasily Petrenko.
Bach: Sonates & solo pour la flute traversiereBaker's HolidayBlue TrainCorelli: Opus 1 & 3: Church SonatasEbb & FlowGet HappyGliere: Symphony No. 3 'Il'ya Muromets'Haul Away!I Saw EternityLanggaard: String Quartets, Vol. 2Shostakovich: Cello ConcertosSibelius: Violin Concerto - Karelia SuiteWhat A Wonderful WorldWise Up Ghost