NEW RELEASES and COMING SOON
Recent Releases

In preparation for the onslaught of a New England Winter, MSR has a fresh new crop of music to be enjoyed at the fireside. Newest of the New is a stunningly beautiful recital by the Ensemble Schumann. Playing music of Schumann, Loeffler, Klughardt and Kahn, this viola-oboe-piano trio has created one of the finest chamber music programs in the entire MSR catalogue. Also coming right in is the first installment of The Bach Project, in which American organist Todd Fickley will present J.S. Bach's works for organ, presented via the fascinating new Hauptwerk technology. Swooping in from climes afar is viola da gambist Gerald Trimble in Uncharted, an album that defies definition, but will get the toes tapping of the stubbornist cynic. The debut recording by the New York-based Jade Duo is also just in, and features them in superb performances of sonatas for violin and piano by Bartók, Fauré and Schumann. New, but not, is an old favorite from the deep catalogue, Cancion Sin Palabras by pianist Martha Marchena, in a lovely new edition - she brings this program of traditional Latin American music to life in vivid color. A new release is just out featuring viol consort Parthenia. The Flaming Fire, a beautiful collection of 16th century songs, dances and fancies, features tenor-countertenor Ryland Angel as guest artist. Newly released are richly rewarding performances by Kim Cook of Cello Concertos by Edouard Lalo and Camille Saint-Saëns.

NOTABLY FORTHCOMING - Expect to see a 14-CD box set in the spring of 2015 featuring the complete harpsichord sonatas (1-120!) of Antonio Soler, performed by Barbara Harbach. Also on its way is a new release from pianist Ann Schein featuring a range of French music. Organist Felix Hell pulls out all the stops (literally) in Heroic Proportions. Be prepared for the Mirror Image horn duo On Safari and James Brawn on his fourth Beethoven Odyssey. Also on their way are recitals by bassoonist Matthew Morris, clarinetist Michael Eckert, hornist Jeffrey Agrell, oboist Andrew Parker, flutist Lisa Santa and flautist Paul Lustig Dunkel. Also coming soon is Volume 2 of the BCMCC winners with bassoonist Susan Nelson, Terry Eder in a program of Bartok, Hlif Sigurjonsdottir on unaccompanied violin, Bolivian piano music performed by Walter Aparicio, violist Michelle LaCourse's second release, American Menagerie, pianist Paul Orgel playing Chausson, Reger and Suk, and more. Too much to list, and all worth waiting for!

Stay tuned, and remember to Turn It Up.

 

FINES FACULTATIS COGNITOS TRANSGREDERE

New Releases
SCHUMANN, LOEFFLER, KLUGHARDT & KAHN
Romantic Trios for Oboe, Viola and Piano
Robert Kahn, August Klughardt, Charles Martin Loeffler, Robert Schumann

ENSEMBLE SCHUMANN

[MS1423]
THE BACH PROJECT - VOL.1
Complete Organ Works
Johann Sebastian Bach

TODD FICKLEY

HAUPTWERK: SCHNITGER ORGAN (1721)

[MS1561]
UNCHARTED
A Viola da Gamba Adventure
Gerald Trimble

GERALD TRIMBLE

[MS1523]
DANIEL CARR: WORKS VOLUME 1
DANIEL CARR: WORKS VOLUME 1
Songs and Solo Piano
JESSICA PETRUS

[MS1539]
FAURE, SCHUMANN & BARTOK
FAURE, SCHUMANN & BARTOK
Sonatas for Violin and Piano
JADE DUO

[MS1510]
CANCION SIN PALABRAS
CANCION SIN PALABRAS
SONGS WITHOUT WORDS
Traditional Latin American
MARTHA MARCHENA

[MS1545]
THE FLAMING FIRE
THE FLAMING FIRE
Mary Queen of Scots and Her World
PARTHENIA - A …

[MS1490]
SAINT-SAENS & LALO
SAINT-SAENS & LALO
Cello Concertos; FAURE Elegy
KIM COOK

[MS1512]