Michael Dervan

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In César Franck’s Sonata Isabelle Faust plays her 1710 Stradivarius with unusual restraint. And Alexander Melnikov’s 1880s érard piano has a rounded t(...)

Italian composer Orazio Vecchi (1550-1605) is remembered for his madrigal comedies. Forget that background when you approach this new CD. Tune in inst(...)

Hartford-born Jane O’Leary has been living in Ireland for 45 years. She arrived as a serialist under the influence of one of her teachers, Milton Babb(...)

German violinist Anton Steck couples the Beethoven Violin Concerto with a work by the little-known violinist and composer Franz Alexander Pössinger, w(...)

No other composer has left as large a legacy of piano duets as Franz Schubert. The excellent team of Andreas Staier and Alexander Melnikov present som(...)

Pierre Monteux, who conducted the first performance of Ravel’s ballet Daphnis et Chloé in 1912, lived long enough to make a much-praised recording of (...)

After putting aside three abortive attempts, Tigran Mansurian completed his Requiem, dedicated to the memory of the victims of the Armenian genocide, (...)

This new disc’s snappy name covers a collection of baroque music by seven composers from four Italian cities: Venice (Albinoni, Caldara, Vivaldi), Bol(...)

The album title might suggest something Italian, but the big piece here is the Sonata in B flat by the Belgian composer and violinist Henri Vieuxtemps(...)

Japanese pianist Momo Kodama reaches halfway around the world and across a century of time to bring together the 12 late études of Debussy and six étu(...)

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