Michael Dervan

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Recordings of Ravel’s Piano Trio in F, completed at the start of the first World War, are a dime a dozen. Recordings of Saint-Saens’s Trio in E minor (...)

English horn-player Dennis Brain, whose centenary falls this year, was a transformational musician who died at the peak of his power in a car crash dr(...)

This recording, launched at last month’s Galway Early Music Festival, offers a nuanced view of a century not much celebrated in Irish musical life. It(...)

The emperor who chided Mozart for writing too many notes might well have been rendered speechless had he ever come within earshot of Chausson’s Concer(...)

Timothy Jones has been tinkering with Mozart. But, then, Mozart himself also tinkered with music by other composers. As a pre-teen he adapted movement(...)

Italian violinist Francesca Dego has had the pleasurable honour of playing Nicolò Paganini’s own violin in public and using it for this new recording.(...)

Louth Contemporary Music Society’s latest well-played album is a kind of musical sandwich, with works by Irish composer Raymond Deane enclosing a much(...)

The latest CD from the Irish Baroque Orchestra and artistic director Peter Whelan focuses on the Irish musical connections of the castrato Giusto Ferd(...)

The ever-pliant Antoine Tamestit plays a Stradivarius viola and Cédric Tiberghien an 1899 Bechstein piano.

Johannes Brahms was only 50 when, in December 1890, he told his publisher Fritz Simrock that it was “time to stop”. The following May he wrote his wil(...)

The works on this new Navona selection of live recordings are from three different decades. American composer Peter Dickson Lopez’s The Ship of Death (...)

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