Oehms Classics

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Donizetti: Dalinda (Oehms Classics)

Good, honest, open-throated singing in an intriguing and highly enjoyable reconstruction of a formerly lost work – and a star performance by the lead soprano [RMo]

Haydn: The Creation (Oehms Classics)

(Déjà Review) A quality product that should give great pleasure to all lovers of this masterpiece [GF]

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Schumann: Piano Works (Oehms Classics)

(Déjà Review) A major recording achievement [JL]

Elgar: Symphony No. 1, Cockaigne Overture  (Oehms Classics)

A swift, cohesive, sensitive and beautifully played account of the greatest English symphony [RMo]

Clarke: Viola Sonata, Violin Sonata (Oehms Classics)

Rebecca Clarke’s string sonatas chart her movement from Brahms to modernism [JW]

Bartók: Piano Works (Oehms Classics)

(Déjà Review) Bach is a most musical pianist whose understanding of the Bartókian idiom should be sampled [CC]

Mahler: Symphony No. 3 (Oehms Classics)

Another fine but essentially redundant issue in this Mahler series [RMo]

Wagner: Tristan und Isolde – An Orchestral Passion (Oehms Classics)

A brisk and brusque compendium of the main Tristan themes for the impatient, would-be Wagnerian [RMo]

Bruckner: The Symphonies – Organ Transcriptions Vol. 6 (Oehms Classics)

A virtuoso player vividly brings to life a transformed orchestral masterpiece [MSt]

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Wagner: Das Rheingold (Oehms Classics)

(Déjà Review) Both performance and engineering are of the highest quality [GD]

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Mahler: Symphony 2 (Oehms Classics)

A fine, flexible, sensitive reading somewhat hampered by a lack of sheer weight in the orchestra [RMo]