Monthly Archives: June 2007

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The third volume of Alto’s survey of late Baroque music from Bohemia that set the stage for the Classical style

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Baroque traditions give way to the rise of the Classical style  in the second volume of this unique series

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First in a series of rare repertoire that pointed the way to Haydn, Mozart, and the Classical revolution

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A landmark of the early stereo era — the majesty and grandeur of Bach’s mighty organ works, recorded on some of Europe’s most revered historic instruments and restored in stunning new transfers

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First time on CD from the Vox archives: Mozart’s wittiest flights of fancy for piano

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Among the world’s outstanding violinists, Aaron Rosand has captivated audiences and critics throughout the world with his “immaculate technical achievement, beautiful multi-coloured tonal lustre, artful phrasing, stylistic elan and probing musical intellect” (Strad). A true violinist’s violinist, Rosand carries on…Continue Reading