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Wednesday, December 14, Top Ten discs for Here are my Top Ten discs for , of the or so I reviewed during the year. And here is the list for A second set of the complete Grazyna Bacewicz String Quartets in four years is surely a sign that the Polish composer is finally coming into her own. The Silesian Quartet play with confidence and verve; this is another fabulous release from Chandos.

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Giving pattern to the spectacle. The title of my review of Cristina Spinei's fine new disc from Toccata Classics is pretty obscure. The patterns that emerge from Spinei's music are always moving, and always fascinating. Elastic, buoyant, ravishing music. This Glossa disc includes possibly the most ravishingly beautiful music I've heard all year. Put Ingela Brimberg on an empty stage with a black fright wig and an axe, and she would provide a good percentage of the sheer horror we get from this performance.

But add the outrageously over-the-top staging of Carlus Padrissa and the urban theatre group La Fura Dels Baus and you have something really memorable. This Norrlandsoperan Blu-ray from Unitel Classica is a triumph. This Grand Piano disc is the first in a projected complete recording of the Cartas Celestes, the avant garde masterpiece by Almeida Prado, pupil of Messiaen, Boulanger, Foss and Ligeti. One is dazzled by how the composer lines up all of his stars, as well as the playing of the young Brazilian pianist Aleyson Scopel. A splendid sound in a special place.

Special intersections of art and belief. Harry Christophers and The Sixteen explore three themes in this special disc: Though there is incredible musical ingenuity and serious scholarship taking place here, in the end it's the beauty of the music that counts. So there's my list. A good year for classical music recordings, I think, though a disastrous year for the musicians themselves. We've lost so many already, and I hope that particular list is complete with two weeks to go in I've only recently been paying attention to Historical Re-Issues, so I'll be posting some of my favourites from that genre in my next post.

Also, I've reviewed a number of jazz discs, and I'll highlight my favourites as well. Posted by Dean Frey at 3: Monday, December 12, A fine violin sonata recital from Vancouver Island. Posted by Dean Frey at 1: Friday, December 9, Warm music from the Cold War. Posted by Dean Frey at Plugged in to the spirit of the composers. Wednesday, November 30, A welcome release of Milhaud's chamber music.

Pleasant Mozart from Bologna. Tuesday, November 29, A charming Baroque compilation from Sweden. Posted by Dean Frey at 7: Brooding, bubbly chamber music from Naples. Posted by Dean Frey at 8: Sunday, November 27, Delightful neo-classical music from Italy. Wednesday, November 23, Personal and theatrical trump liturgical. Posted by Dean Frey at 5: Tuesday, November 15, A winning formula for Christmas. Thursday, November 10, A classic presentation of the riches of Bach's sons. Posted by Dean Frey at 4: Monday, November 7, Inspired music making. -- Gustave Reese papers

Saturday, November 5, Wonder and mystery from The Sixteen. Thursday, November 3, A pleasant find from the Wallerstein court. Monday, October 31, Fine Christmas music from Montreal. Sunday, October 30, Brass for the holidays. Christmas , Naxos , Septura. Friday, October 28, Strong performances of sometimes great music.

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Okay, here we go. The Christmas albums for review are starting to virtually pile up, and you all probably want some guidance about what to buy for Aunt Emma this year. Lots of great music this year!


So pour the eggnog and rum and we'll get started. Pop by every so often during the next month to see what's on offer. Saturday, October 22, A special Ring Cycle continues. Following a well-received Das Rheingold release last year , we now have the second release in the live concert recordings of the Ring Cycle from Hong Kong, with Jaap van Zweden. The new Die Walkure , to be released November 11, , features some really special singers and outstanding playing by the Hong Kong Philharmonic.

This is a concert presentation of the opera, with only gestures and facial expressions available to the singers in the way of acting, so the focus is definitely on the music. With one's headphones on and eyes closed, this is much more than a string of concert arias, but a compelling dramatic experience. Much of the credit for that goes, of course, to van Zweden, whose grasp of the theatrical and musical arcs of this great work is confident and sure. For me the most affecting relationship in all of Wagner is between Wotan and his disobedient daughter Brunnhilde. Matthias Goerne sang a stand-out Wotan in Das Rheingold, and he's even better here.

He's matched with Petra Lang, whose first recorded Brunnhilde was in the Pentatone recording of Marek Janowski and the Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester, from Lang had carefully managed her voice during her career, making the transition from mezzo to soprano while turning down big roles that might damage her voice. When she was ready for the role, this recording revealed a star. I've just finished listening to Act III, and was so impressed with her performance.

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On Reese's 65th birthday he was honored with the publication of a Festschrift, Aspects of Medieval and Renaissance Music ; 2nd ed. He died on September 7, , while attending the International Musicological Society's congress in Berkeley, California. The Gustave Reese Collection represents the professional activities and interests of their namesake. The collection accumulated naturally as Reese pursued his career as a scholar, educator, and editor, and is augmented by documents related to the organizations that he served as a board member or officer.

The bulk of the collection falls between the s and , the period from early in Reese's teaching career to his death. The Reese Collection has been organized according to Reese's original plan. Series 1 consists of general correspondence arranged alphabetically by correspondent. Series 2 contains Reese's notes and other research materials, as well as facsimiles of the music examples that appear in Willi Apel's The Notation of Polyphonic Music, Chapter drafts, proofs, and correspondence related to Reese's two most influential books, Music in the Middle Ages and Music in the Renaissance , make up Series 3.

Series 4 contains correspondence related to Reese's teaching appointments at New York University, the City University of New York, the University of California at Los Angeles, and other institutions, as well as student projects, papers, and a few dissertations. As a result, he accumulated correspondence and other papers documenting the workings of these groups.

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Material related to these professional organizations and conferences constitutes Series 5 of the collection, which is grouped into subseries by organization. Series 6 of the Reese Collection consists of offprints of musicological articles, most of which have been signed by their authors. Series 7 contains concert, opera, ballet, and theater programs, while Series 8 contains material related to Reese's trips to France, Scandinavia, Greece, the Netherlands, Austria, Italy, and the Soviet Union.

Finally, Series 9 consists of miscellaneous personal papers, including Reese's license to practice law in New York State. The Gustave Reese Collection documents the life's work of one of the founding fathers of American musicology. For this reason, the collection should appeal not merely to early music devotees, but to anyone interested in 20th-century musical scholarship. Toggle Mini Map View as Network. Please check the collection records in the NYPL's online catalog for detailed location information.

For general guidance about requesting offsite materials, please consult: Scope and arrangement The Gustave Reese Collection represents the professional activities and interests of their namesake. The Gustave Reese papers are arranged in nine series: Professional Organizations and Conferences. Administrative information Processing information Processed by Music Division staff. Key terms Names Albrecht, Otto E.