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.
Lamentations of the Renaissance: Music of Massaino, White, Orto, and Lassus. Huelgas Ensemble; Paul van Nevel, conductor.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Zaide (The Harem), a singspiel in two acts.
Academy of Ancient Music; Paul Goodwin, conductor.
Johann Sebastian Bach: Brandenberg Concerti 1-6
English Chamber Orchestra; Benjamin Britten, conductor.
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,
Ludwig van Beethoven: Piano Concerti No. 3 and 4
Yefim Bronfman, piano. Tonhalle Orchestra Zurich; David Zinman, conductor.
Paul Hindemith: Sonata No. 2 for piano; Ludus Tonalis
Sviatoslav Richter, piano.
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.
Ives plays Ives
The complete recordings of Charles Ives at the piano.
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.