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A new review about RCL release of Beethoven Symphony No. 6

A new review about RCL release of Beethoven Symphony No. 6

Beethoven L. V.: Symphony No.6 in F Major Op. 68 - Frontcover of RCL release A Pastoral miracle by L. D. Holder This was the cycle that set the pace for performances of Beethoven which use modern instruments but which take into account all that has been learnt by the use of period instruments, of which Harnoncourt himself was a pioneer. It was gree
A video interview to Simone Perugini

A video interview to Simone Perugini

An interview to the Italian musicologist and conductor Simone Perugini about furthcoming RCL Cd release of "Il Matrimonio Segreto" by Domenico Cimarosa. (The release will be available from November, 1st). Simone Perugini - Musicologist and Conductor Click here for the interview
A review about RCL release "Il Ballo delle Ingrate" by Claudio Monteverdi

A review about RCL release "Il Ballo delle Ingrate" by Claudio Monteverdi

Monteverdi C.: "Il Ballo delle Ingrate" CD Frontcover A review by Lenny J. Crowford (ClassicMusicReviews) about RC Record Classic Label release "Il Ballo Delle Ingrate" by Claudio Monteverdi. (Berger, Ramirez, Chivlok, Sinfoniae Incantus, Albrecht Sommer - Conductor). On 1 September 1638 Monteverdi sat down to write the dedication of his eighth and
Furthcoming December releases!

Furthcoming December releases!

Furthcoming December RCL releases Domenico Scarlatti - La Dirindina (Fleming, Catani, Has, Trier Kammerorchester, Augustin Picard, conductor) Franz Joseph Haydn: Missa Cellensis (De Wit, Vos, Smit, Dekker, GRO Jugendkammerorchester, Ernst Dijkstra, conductor) Pietro Torri: Requiem in F Major (Vox Cordis Vocal Ensemble, Concertino Barocco Ensemble,
A new classic discovery by RC Record Classic Label: Jommelli's Mass in D Major

A new classic discovery by RC Record Classic Label: Jommelli's Mass in D Major

Jommelli: Mass in D Major (Front Cover) - © RC Record Classic Label Niccolò Jommelli (1714-74) is one of those composers who enjoyed great success in his day but now is all but forgotten–a pity, since he penned some very lovely music throughout his long and prolific career. Of course in another sense Jommelli’s obscurity is understandable bec
Haydn and his Missa Cellensis

Haydn and his Missa Cellensis

A new exciting review by Ilary Myers about RCL release of Haydn' masterpiece. Haydn - Missa Cellensis (Frontcover) This Record Classic Label release is the only current recording of the fragmentary Missa sunt bona mixta malis, consisting only of a brief setting of the Kyrie followed by a more expansive setting of the Gloria, which is cut off after
Cimarosa and Perugini: a masterpiece

Cimarosa and Perugini: a masterpiece

A review by Marco Mancini (ClassicMusic Magazine) of RCL release of Cimarosa's "Il Matrimonio Segreto" Cimarosa's "Il Matrimonio Segreto" release - Frontcover Che si suoni, che si canti , composed Cimarosa on the latest verses with which Giovanni Bertati concludes the comic masterpiece Il Matrimonio Segreto , which premiered at the Burgtheater in V
A Review by Roger Norrington (ClassicNewMagazine) about "La Dirindina" by Scarlatti

A Review by Roger Norrington (ClassicNewMagazine) about "La Dirindina" by Scarlatti

A review by Roger Norrington about RCL December 2017 release of Domenico Scarlatti's "La Dirindina". The release will be available from December ,1st. "La Dirindina" - Front Cover Operas of the 17th century usually included a serious and a comic plot. By 1700 the comical scenes had largely been removed: the dramma per musica developed into the oper