Ljova's "Enter the Fadolin" includes songs inspired by Bach, contemplative originals, Celtic tunes and more for the 6-String violin-style instrument the Fadolin.
The violin-piano dup of Shea and Kim work exquisitely as a team, overlapping their lines so seamlessly they become inseparable on "The Sound and the Fury."
Cellist Julia MacLaine's "Preludes" includes 6 newly commissioned responses to the preludes to Bach's Cello Suites as well as Bach's original preludes.
On "Wild at Heart," a collection of contemporary chaconnes inspired by J.S. Bach’s iconic work, violinist and composer Pauline Kim Harris takes the listener into uncharted territory.
Everbest Music’s ‘The Complete Chamber Music of Virgil Thomson’ Includes 63 Tracks & 3 World Premieres
Everbest Music’s complete recording of Virgil Thomson’s chamber music was recorded at the 2012 Monadnock Music Festival and contains 63 tracks.
Throughout the program of Barber and Rachmaninoff cello sonatas on their duo album Muse, Sheku and Isata Kanneh-Mason exhibit an almost telepathic unity.
Benedetto Marcello’s six sonatas for cello and basso continuo were published in 1732, of which the first and best-known is presented here.
Despite recording 20 albums over a 3-decade career, French concert cellist and educator Anne Gastinel had not explored Chopin’s chamber works on record—until now.
Print Review: Eduard Franck’s Sonata No. 1 for Violin & Piano in C minor Delivers a Wealth of Thematic and Rhythmic Ideas
Eduard Franck’s fellow composers held him in high esteem. His Sonata No. 1 for Violin & Piano in C minor delivers a wealth of thematic and rhythmic ideas.
Steven Isserlis’ new guide explores Bach’s six Cello Suites in a series of discussions generously strewn with insights, illuminations, and literary allusions.