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New releases for 2013 on French naïve label

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , on January 30, 2013 by orinococds

An overview of new cds to be released this year by naïve, just to whet the appetite…
. The first naïve recording of the new it baroque voice Franco Fagioli, an amazing program based upon the career of Farinelli’s rival Caffarelli
. The French art of song and mélodie, from Debussy and Hahn to Trénet, Barbara and Brel, by the unique Anne Sofie von Otter
. Fazil Say’s return to Beethoven through two legendary works
. Stravinsky’s intense Rite of Spring and Firebird by Tugan Sokhiev and Orchestre National du Capitole de Toulouse, in a superb CD+DVD+book set, as 2013 celebrates the centenary of Stravinsky’s masterpiece
. Nikolai Lugansky’s first concerto recording on Naïve: Grieg and Prokofiev with DSO and Kent Nagano
. Bach complete Suites par the fascinating and eternal Hopkinson Smith
. The 3rd and 4th volumes of Vivaldi’s fascinating concertos for bassoon by Sergio Azzolini
. Francesco Piemontesi’s first recording on naïve, a brilliant performance of Dvorak and Schumann’s piano concertos
. The 5th volume of Vivaldi’s violin concertos, by Dmitry Sinkovsky, who plays one of those at each concert of Joyce di Donato’s current tour
. Bach Suites nos. 1, 3 and 5 by the magic viola of Antoine Tamestit
. A new complete opera in the Vivaldi Edition: Catone in Utica, conducted by Alan Curtis
. Sergey Khachatryan’s first recording in three years: Brahms violin sonatas, along with a series of recitals in Europe
. French masterpieces of the 20th century by Debussy, Stravinsky and Ravel, gathered together by Philippe Jordanand Orchestre de l’Opéra National de Paris
. A new back catalogue series, Passport for the desert island – 16 recordings renowned for both repertoires and performances
. Handel operatic discoveries by Ann Hallenberg
. Concertos for 2 violins of Vivaldi, by Dmitry Sinkovsky and Riccardo Minasi
. Tchaikovsky’s violin concerto, by Sarah Nemtanu, who already put this work in over 1M people’s ears through her performance in the picture Le Concert
. Schubert’s renowned String Quintet by the French “cream of the cream”, Anne Gastinel and Quatuor Diotima
. Cherubini’s Lodoïska by Le Cercle de l’Harmonie and a brilliant French cast
. An organ recording to go along the worldwide celebrations of Notre-Dame-de-Paris 850th anniversary and the worldwide “organ day” held in May 2013
. Debussy operatic masterpiece Pelléas et Mélisande by Philippe Jordan and Bob Wilson – and Stéphane Degout, Elena Tsallagova, Anne Sofie von Otter…
. Mr Paganini, Laurent Korcia’s new thrilling project
. A CD+DVD special project dedicated to Lise de la Salle to celebrate 10 years of brilliant recordings
. An intense programme on love and sadness by baroque stars Roberta Invernizzi and Sonia Prina
. Two new Clefs de l’Orchestre de Jean-François Zygel on Stravinsky’s Firebird and Prokofiev’s Romeo et Juliette – a connection to symphonic masterpieces that has no equivalent in the world
. A new special product dedicated to Vivaldi operas
. A Janacek recording by Accentus, Lise Berthaud and Alain Planès
. Antoine Tamestit and Paavo Jarvi’s tribute to composer-violist Paul Hindemith, who passed away 50 years ago
. Rolf Lislevand’s new discovery, The Carbonchi book
. Orchestral jewels of French giants Debussy and Ravel, conducted by Thomas Zehetmair
. Beethoven and Schubert’s most renowned works for flute, by Juliette Hurel
. An amazing anthology of countertenors arias