Metastasis and Pithoprakta are orchestral works, while Eonta is performed by a small ensemble and was composed in part according to Xenakis' "stochastic" composition processes. (Out Sound, Classical)LP, Vinyl record album
A fantastic celebration of 111 years of the Deutsche Grammphon label – in a package that features 53 classic albums from the company, each presented in a tiny LP-style sleeve – packaged in a box with a big booklet of notes! CD
Expo 1 ... CD Deutsche Grammophon, 2017. New Copy 2CD ...
Call it neo-classical, post-classical, or whatever you want – there's been a heck of a lot of new sounds and styles happening in the world of "serious" music – recordings that include both newly experimental work from artists who'd previously played in a more conventional mode ... read moreCD
An excellent collection of work by this violinist who recorded for EMI/Capitol in the late 50s – with a mixture of concertos by Paganini, Tchaikovsky, Bruch, Mendelssohn, Wieniawksi, and others – and sonatas by Bach, Saint Saens, Kreisler, Chopin, and others. CD
Some of the most famous melodies in classical music – all served up here from core recordings in the Decca Records catalog, then reworked by a host of contemporary producers and studio talents! Make no mistake – these aren't dance tunes, and the mixers aren't out to dismantle the ... read moreCD
A beautiful tribute to the genius of Mstislav Rostropovich – one of the greatest cellists of the 20th Century, and a musician who really helped transform the role of the instrument in classical music! This package brings together music from three decades of recording – some of ... read moreCD