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Classical - To be released December 4, 2020 | Naxos

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Chamber Music - To be released December 4, 2020 | Naxos

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Opera - To be released December 4, 2020 | Naxos

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Opera - Released November 27, 2020 | Naxos

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Meyerbeer had already won renown in Italy before conquering Paris with a sequence of much-acclaimed grand operas. In a musical climate dominated by Rossini, Meyerbeer’s first Italian opera, Romilda e Costanza, earned the still-unknown 26-year-old composer the sobriquet of ‘the genius of the Spree’. The work is a rescue opera overlaid with a love triangle, which was written for specific performers, and the passionate intensity of feeling - from lyricism to unfettered virtuosity - reflects the semiseria nature of the opera. It is performed here in the original version heard at the 1817 premiere. © Naxos
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Classical - Released November 27, 2020 | Naxos

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Engelbert Humperdinck won a worldwide reputation through his application of Wagnerian techniques to folk music in Hänsel und Gretel. But he wrote far more widely for the stage than is acknowledged, and this selection focuses on long overlooked works that reveal Humperdinck’s flair for romance, comedy and innovation. These include music for one of the first full-colour silent films, the spectacular Das Wunder (1912); the passionate, ethereal small cantata Die Wallfahrt nach Kevlaar; the rich antique flavour of Lysistrata; as well as his dance-saturated and serenely beautiful incidental music for Der Kaufmann von Venedig. © Naxos
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Chamber Music - Released November 27, 2020 | Naxos

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These four works represent all of Sir William Walton’s chamber music involving both violin and piano, as well as being a microcosm of his compositional output between 1918 and 1950. They offer a fascinating glimpse of Walton’s stylistic journey, from the youthful exuberance of the early Piano Quartet and the Toccata to the unconventional but masterful Violin Sonata, and the Two Pieces with their connection to his music for films. Matthew Jones and Annabel Thwaite’s pevious recording of works by Benjamin Britten was summed up as "superb" by BBC Music Magazine. © Naxos
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Classical - Released November 27, 2020 | Naxos

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Around 1500 Hartmann Schedel (1440–1514) was one of the most important polymath of his time. Being a polymath and a conscientious archivist of his time Schedel collected the contemporary knowledge by compiling a vast collection of books with more than 600 volumes. One of these surviving books is the Song Book bearing Schedel’s name. It contains songs and lyrics collected by him. © Naxos

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