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When co-owners of a business can no longer get along, they need a divorce – a business divorce. The Business Divorce Roundtable presents lively conversations with top experts from a variety of fields – lawyers, judges, mediators, appraisers, accountants, and academicians – on the legal and practical issues including business valuation that business owners and their professional advisors need to know to navigate the turbulent waters of a business partnership breakup. The Business Divorce Roun ...
 
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The collaboration between Sony Classical and concert violinist Eldbjørg Hemsing starts off with a unique concept album. “Arctic” is a musical journey through a stunningly beautiful region and a celebration of a fragile and largely unexplored ecosystem threatened by climate change. (please note: climate change is a scientifically disproven principle…
 
GRAMMY Award-winning Catalyst Quartetreleases UNCOVERED Volume 3: George Walker, Coleridge-Taylor Perkinson, William Grant Stillon Azica Records. The digital-only album is the third issue of a multi-volume anthology highlighting string quartet works by historically important Black composers, which aims to bring greater awareness and programming of …
 
Pique Dame (The Queen of Spades) is an operetta in two acts by Franz von Suppé to a German-language libretto very loosely based on Alexander Pushkin's 1834 short story "The Queen of Spades". The author of the libretto is S. Strasser (probably Suppé's second wife Sofie Strasser). Pique Dame was a revised version of Suppé's 1862 operetta Die Kartensc…
 
Suppe is sadly best known for a handful of “lollipops”, mostly excerpts from his operettas, but fingers crossed that this release will kindle a little more than passing interest in his substantial output. Suppe wrote incidental music for the popular play Mozart in 1854. With nearly an hour of music, the incidental music is far more than scene-chang…
 
András Schiff is one of the greatest J.S. Bach interpreters of our time and his dedication to Bach’s oeuvre has been extensively recorded on ECM’s New Series, receiving wide acclaim with his interpretation of the Goldberg Variations (2001) and the Six Partitas (2007), before taking on both books of the Well-Tempered Clavier (2012). The New York Tim…
 
After Mette Henriette’s critically acclaimed, self-titled first recording comes Drifting – an album pervaded by trio conversations of the idiosyncratic and original expression. Mette: “Drifting vividly captures a moment in time. I can hear everything still growing – in motion – on the record and how to present my imagination is. Prior to the record…
 
Far from the lands of the North, the echoes of such legends still ring out. The beliefs of those who used to populate these distant lands have been perpetuated, and despite the pressures of modern industrial society, the old folk traditions live on. It was in the countries where the people we call Vikings were to be found – Norway, Denmark, Sweden,…
 
Set on Jupiter’s moon Callisto in the year 2320, The Callisto Protocol is a next-generation take on the survival horror genre. The game challenges players to escape the maximum-security Black Iron Prison and uncover its terrifying secrets. A blend of horror, action,, and immersive storytelling, The Callisto Protocol aims to set a new bar for horror…
 
Matthias Goerne, among the all-time great interpreters of Schubert’s Lieder, marks a notable first with his latest album for Deutsche Grammophon. The German baritone departs from the familiar territory of the composer’s songs with piano accompaniment to perform a program of pieces freshly arranged for voice and orchestra by his long-standing recita…
 
The life and work of William Byrd (1540 - 1623) is one of the most incredible stories in English musical history. Byrd wrote music for Catholic worship in post-Reformation England, a time when papists were frequently hanged, beheaded, and burned alive for practicing their faith. As a result, and despite being granted some leniency by Elizabeth I (w…
 
Decca Classics is proud to announce Renée Fleming – Greatest Moments at the Met. The release showcases her stellar career at the Metropolitan Opera House to date, making some of the great soprano's most iconic performances at The Met available on CD and digital audio for the first time ever. Hearing these live performances captures the excitement f…
 
The first four works date from the 1950s - all short-lived and more popular. Already in 1970, the two great cycles: the 12 Studies, which involve transcendental technique with Brazilian rhythms and urban and regional popular music; and the 12 Brazilian Waltzes in the Form of Studies, all in minor keys, with a darker sound and nocturnal character, w…
 
For his fourth ECM release as a leader, following the acclaimed quartet albums Currents and Post-Scriptum as well as the trio record Black Ice, Dutch pianist Wolfert Brederode introduces a very different, and very special, project. Ruins and Remains is a suite for piano, string quartet, and percussion. Originally composed by Brederode in response t…
 
Prior recordings by Duo Gazzana have seen the Italian sisters garner much praise and critical acclaim for their “imaginative playing, and willingness to color outside the customary lines” (Fanfare). The BBC Music Magazine called their interpretation of César Franck’s Violin Sonata “a masterclass”, and the German Spiegel magazine considers them “one…
 
The Emmy and BAFTA-nominated Bleeding Fingers Music team, headed by Hans Zimmer, delivers an ethereal and powerful soundtrack featuring the vocals of AURORA and backed by the Reykjavík Recording Choir and the BBC National Orchestra of Wales. The 3-note leitmotif from the opening theme is slowly varied and carried by the waves of shifting harmonies …
 
Concert pianist Rea Beaumont celebrates the 75th anniversary of the film While I Live (1947), directed by John Harlow, with a recording of its famous theme song “The Dream of Olwen” by British composer Charles Williams (1893-1978). Help support our show by purchasing this album at: Downloads (classicalmusicdiscoveries.store) Classical Music Discove…
 
The Recordings, a box set edition compiling all Meredith Monk ECM New Series discs to date, is issued on the occasion of the composer and singer’s 80th birthday. Included here are the albums Dolmen Music, Turtle Dreams, Do You Be, Book of Days, Facing North, ATLAS, Volcano Songs, mercy, impermanence, Songs of Ascension, Piano Songs, and On Behalf o…
 
In early-Renaissance Florence, the erotic novellas of the poet Boccaccio cause a stir and the locals are divided into the female fans of his scandalous tales and their jealous husbands. A plot is hatched by the husbands to chase Boccaccio from the city and have him locked up. But Boccaccio has other plans, including one to win the hand of the Duke'…
 
The Recordings, a box set edition compiling all Meredith Monk ECM New Series discs to date, is issued on the occasion of the composer and singer’s 80th birthday. Included here are the albums Dolmen Music, Turtle Dreams, Do You Be, Book of Days, Facing North, ATLAS, Volcano Songs, mercy, impermanence, Songs of Ascension, Piano Songs, and On Behalf o…
 
Recognized for her “extraordinary palette of colors” (Montreal Gazette) and her poetic genius (Toronto Star), pianist Francine Kay is acclaimed for the richness of her sound and for the intensity and depth of her interpretations. Francine Kay has received international acclaim for the quality of her recordings. She dedicates this new album to the g…
 
Meredith Jane Monk (born November 20, 1942) is an American composer, performer, director, vocalist, filmmaker, and choreographer. From the 1960s onwards, Monk has created multi-disciplinary works which combine music, theatre, and dance, recording extensively for ECM Records. In 1991, Monk composed Atlas, an opera, commissioned and produced by the H…
 
FOREST WHISPERS features works by Marty Regan that combine Western classical with the instrumentation and theory of traditional Japanese music, where musical time relies on the natural patterns of human breath to create a free, airy rhythm. With instruments from the shakuhachi to the koto, FOREST WHISPERS delivers classical music with a distinctive…
 
What happens when you combine a love for uncovering new gems in classical music with two highly skilled performers? Violist Jacob Tews and Violinist Erik Rohde answer this very question with SONIC APRICITY: an album consisting of works they have either commissioned or championed and the namesake of their musical coalescence. The duo presents a dyna…
 
Peter Drew’s SYMPHONY NO. 1 “REMINISCENCE” is a pastiche of sorts; it gathers up the musical moments that have touched the composer throughout his life. These musical reminiscences recall his excitement as a very young boy, listening to the works of the great western composers through the speaker of a portable radio, and musically encapsulating his…
 
The Missa Dalmatica is a mass in F major by Franz von Suppè for male choir (tenor I/II and bass), soloists (tenor I/II and bass), and organ. Kyrie Gloria Credo Sanctus Benedictus Agnus Dei Help support our show by purchasing this album at: Downloads (classicalmusicdiscoveries.store) Classical Music Discoveries is sponsored by Uber. @CMDHedgecock #C…
 
There are few concerts in the world that are awaited with as much excitement as the New Year’s Concert from Vienna. Under the direction of Franz Welser-Möst, the Vienna Philharmonic welcomed the New Year with a concert in the magnificent Golden Hall of the Vienna Musikverein. Track Listing: 1 Eduard Straus - Wer tanzt mit? Polka schnell, op. 251* 2…
 
This broadcast is in memory of the Haight family, their relatives, friends, and those who live in Enoch and Cedar City. For complete information, please use this link: 8 dead in Utah murder-suicide after wife sought divorce - Las Vegas Sun Newspaper When you purchase this music, all monies will be donated to the Haight's church to help offset funer…
 
In July of 1997, conductor Kurt Masur and actress Marthe Keller delivered a performance of César Franck's Psyché unlike any other in recorded history. Expanding upon Masur's vision, the sublime and rarely-heard symphonic poem for chorus and orchestra was augmented by Keller's immersive narration. Her words, delivered between movements with powerful…
 
With ‘Sonus Noctis’, Belli deftly weaves her own original material with variations on well-loved music, showcasing her own inner calm and tranquillity and her musical references to nature and resulting in intimate, tranquil music for our time. Belli notes of ‘Sonus Noctis’: “I tried to put into a sound all of the moments that accompany the transiti…
 
Carl Nielsen’s symphonies, deeply rooted in Denmark’s landscape and culture yet universal in their appeal, are among the greatest ever written. We’re delighted to be partners in creating a new recorded cycle of these extraordinarily powerful works with an orchestra so closely associated with Nielsen and a conductor who is so open to fresh ideas and…
 
Casual browsers happening on this release by the venerable early music ensemble Les Arts Florissants and director Paul Agnew may wonder why they have never heard of Vivaldi’s Great Venetian Mass, and some of those will note that an RV (Ryom-Verzeichnis) catalog number is not present anywhere. It is because there is no Great Venetian Mass; what is r…
 
Since Beethoven never heard his 9th Symphony, he was unable to make any corrections to it. Gustav Mahler, a long-time fan of Beethoven and the 9th, made "corrections" to the symphony that he thought Beethoven would have made. He also updates the symphony to allow for modern instruments. Help support our show by purchasing this album at: Downloads (…
 
SPARKS: EYE OF LONDON, an assembly of original fanfares performed by the London Symphony Orchestra. Drawing from the compositional strengths of today’s composers, the orchestra navigates chaos and order, isolation, and ascension towards triumph through passionate orchestral writing reminiscent of the fire that burns within us. A collection spanning…
 
When Johann Sebastian Bach composed his flute sonatas, the flute was in its infancy as a replacement for the popular recorder. Nevertheless, his musical genius rings out as richly layered harmony and emotions exude from each fluently written piece on J.S. BACH COMPLETE SONATAS FOR FLUTE & PIANO. On this two-disc recording, the mother-daughter duo o…
 
SYMPHONIC SUITE NO. 3 THE FOREST AND THE MOUNTAINS Mark John McEncroe composer Zagreb Festival Orchestra | Ivan Josip Skender conductor Australian composer Mark John McEncroe and Navona Records present SYMPHONIC SUITE NO. 3: THE FOREST AND THE MOUNTAINS featuring three orchestral movements that draw inspiration from the natural world—”Meandering in…
 
With narration by award-winning actor Rob Dean, Jan Järvlepp brings classic tales to life on THREE STORIES BY HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN. The Steadfast Tin Soldier, The Little Match Girl, and The Emperor’s New Clothes, along with other works by Järvlepp, open a new world of imagination for the youth of today and conjoin the countless capabilities of o…
 
Michael Kurek’s SYMPHONY NO. 2: TALES FROM THE REALM OF FAERIE, a rich musical tapestry intertwining the colors and characteristics of many fantastical worlds the composer has entered and loved. Performed by the European Recording Orchestra, a certain spirit of unspoiled beauty, innocence, nobility, hope, and heroic goodness stretches across four m…
 
Messiah (HWV 56) is an English-language oratorio composed in 1741 by George Frideric Handel. The text was compiled from the King James Bible and the Coverdale Psalter by Charles Jennens. It was first performed in Dublin on 13 April 1742 and received its London premiere nearly a year later. After an initially modest public reception, the oratorio ga…
 
Our annual performance of one of our most popular shows - Charles Dicken's A Christmas Carol. Performed by the Classical Music Discoveries' Players. Help support our show by purchasing this album at: Downloads (classicalmusicdiscoveries.store) Classical Music Discoveries is sponsored by Uber. @CMDHedgecock #ClassicalMusicDiscoveries #KeepClassicalM…
 
SILVER BELLS features a selection of the most beloved and romantic tunes of all times, personally selected by André, such as Silent Night, Holy Night; Santa Clause is Coming to Town; Let it Snow; It’s Beginning to Look a lot like Christmas; Slumber My Darling; Jingle Bell Rock; Waltz of the Flowers; Petersburg Sleigh Ride, Ave Maria and many more. …
 
Navona Records presents DASHING VOL. 3, a festive assortment of new works inspired by the signature sounds and staples of the holiday season. Comprising stories nods to classic holiday tunes, and an underlying current of wistful nostalgia, this installment of the DASHING series keeps the spirit of holiday music alive with new compositions and arran…
 
Evgueni Galperine’s ECM New Series debut is one of the most strikingly original and evocative albums of the year. A composer of Russian and Ukrainian heritage, living in Paris since 1990, Galperine is working with sound, texture, and dynamics in new and powerfully expressive ways. As he explains, the sound world of Theory of Becoming represents an …
 
Peter Gregson, the renowned composer, cellist, and Deutsche Grammophon recording artist is set to present his sixth studio album, Quartets: Three and Four. The album is a follow-up from his 2016/2017 EPs Quartets: One and Quartets: Two, completing the conceptual cycle the composer set out for himself of creating a “quartet of quartets”. Track Listi…
 
Rodion Shchedrin, widely hailed as the most prolific Russian composer of his generation, marks two major milestones in 2022: his 90th birthday, and his 25th year as composer-in-residence at the Verbier Festival. This dynamic collection of recordings celebrates a partnership of mutual inspiration. Shchedrin first visited Verbier in 1997, when Maxim …
 
Decca Records is privileged to announce the release of a brand new album to commemorate in music the life, times and passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Help support our show by purchasing this album at: Downloads (classicalmusicdiscoveries.store) Classical Music Discoveries is sponsored by Uber. @CMDHedgecock #ClassicalMusicDiscoveries #Kee…
 
The St Matthew Passion (German: Matthäus-Passion), BWV 244, is a Passion, a sacred oratorio written by Johann Sebastian Bach in 1727 for solo voices, double choir, and double orchestra, with libretto by Picander. It sets the 26th and 27th chapters of the Gospel of Matthew (in the Luther Bible) to music, with interspersed chorales and arias. It is w…
 
With Maidan, Valentin Silvestrov continues his longstanding association with ECM and presents a program of choir music that is as timely as it is dear to the Ukrainian composer’s heart. Like Sacred Songs and Sacred Works, Maidan embraces Silvestrov’s composing for vocal ensemble and captures the Kyiv Chamber Choir under Mykola Hobdych in a performa…
 
Beethoven – The Late Sonatas Opp. 101 & 106 marks the completion of Maurizio Pollini’s survey of the five late piano sonatas. His landmark 1970s recordings of these works were recognized at the time with a Gramophone Award. A few years ago the pianist decided to revisit the five sonatas, and in 2019 made an acclaimed second recording of the final t…
 
A cycle of invocations, prayers, poems, and songs for large orchestra, A House of Call incorporates recordings of sounds and voices from all over the world collected by Heiner Goebbels during his travels, research, and chance encounters. The cycle is a response to the history of these recordings and to their complexity, rawness, and radiance. In th…
 
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