What’s new in the CD Library?

The library has reached its capacity for CD shelving. The latest group of compact discs to be received are shelved at the Circulation Desk (CDc 10,510 and above). Here’s a sampling of the new arrivals.

CDc 10,511
Lamentations of the Renaissance: Music of Massaino, White, Orto, and Lassus. Huelgas Ensemble; Paul van Nevel, conductor.

CDc 10,516
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Zaide (The Harem), a singspiel in two acts.
Academy of Ancient Music; Paul Goodwin, conductor.

CDc 10,522
Johann Sebastian Bach: Brandenberg Concerti 1-6
English Chamber Orchestra; Benjamin Britten, conductor.

CDc 10,540
Voices from the Gallery: Eleven works of art ‘speak’ to their audience in words and music . Composed by Stephen Paulus ProMusica Chamber Orchestra; Timothy Russel, conductor,

CDc 10,556
Ludwig van Beethoven: Piano Concerti No. 3 and 4
Yefim Bronfman, piano. Tonhalle Orchestra Zurich; David Zinman, conductor.

CDc 10,561
Paul Hindemith: Sonata No. 2 for piano; Ludus Tonalis
Sviatoslav Richter, piano.

CDc 10,567
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Sonata for two pianos in D Major, K. 448.
Franz Schubert: Fantasia for piano, four hands in F Minor, D. 940.
Murray Perahia & Radu Lupu, piano.

CDc 10,569
Ives plays Ives
The complete recordings of Charles Ives at the piano.

CDc 10,571
Lionel Tertis, viola – The father of the modern viola
The complete Columbia Recordings
Music includes the Bach Chaconne, Sonatas by Brahms, Dohnanyi, Delius and Bax, and other chamber works.


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