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Instrument: Organ

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BambergKlavier und Orgel

Franck, Widor, Chopin, Bach, Schumann, Mozart, Liszt
Christian Schmitt; Kristin Merscher

LondonAndrzej Malitowski

Andrzej Malitowski, Organ

LondonMozart, Wagner, Whitlock

Handel, Mozart, Wagner, Whitlock
Samuel Bristow, Organ

RigaPremieres of Lūsēns, Zaļupe and Mence and 12 saxophones

Dubra, Lūsēns, Mence, Zaļupe
Kaspars Putniņš; Jolanta Strikaite; Rihards Zaļupe; Kristīne Adamaite; The Rīga Saxophone Quartet

VallettaBirds in Music

Handel, Respighi, Haydn
Malta Philharmonic Orchestra; Michael Laus; Joanne Camilleri

BrugesBozzini Quartet #1 / Edgars Rubenis

Radigue
Quatuor Bozzini; Edgars Rubenis

LondonCatherine Ennis plays Vierne’s Symphonie No.1

© Tim Cochrane
Mendelssohn, Saint-Saëns, Bach, Vierne
Catherine Ennis, Organ
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Intangible cosmos: Eötvös' Multiversum

Peter Eötvös © Klaus Rudolph

Composer-conductor Peter Eötvös’ attempt to portray the concept of parallel universes in music remained strangely earthbound in its UK premiere.

***11
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Irish composers shine in Dublin concert series

David Brophy © RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra
Buckley's half-hour-long piece had the organ pouring forth volumes of notes in a molten flow of sound.
***11
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Starman dimmed? Glass’ latest Bowie/Eno opus proves no Life on Mars

John Adams © Vern Evans
A rare misfire showcasing the music of minimalism’s all-stars. 
**111
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Montreal's Choeur Métropolitain shines

A Christmas concert from some fine choirs warmed the hearts of their Montréal audience.
****1
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Bach goes Baltic: Kremerata Baltica at the Elbphilharmonie

Iveta Apkalna © Daniel Dittus
An intriguing combination of three contemporary Baltic composers matched against Bach, delivered with consummate musicianship by Kremerata Baltica.
*****
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Legendary Chung siblings give breathtaking Brahms in Tokyo

Kyung Wha Chung © ICA Artists | Kang Taewook
Kyung Wha Chung exceeds her already-legendary reputation, assisted by her brother, Myung-whun Chung, and the Tokyo Philharmonic. 
****1
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War Requiem floods Westminster Cathedral with compassion

Benjamin Appl © Lars Borges | Sony Classical
It was especially effective to hear the line “One ever hangs where shelled roads part” with the vast hanging crucifix with its portrait of Christ dominating the scene behind.
****1
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Performers
Adamaite, KristīneAigner, MichaelaAllsop, ChristopherAndrews, CharlesApkalna, IvetaArmstrong, KitBeckmann, DanielBell, TomBerger, JohannesBischof, ChristianBloor, BenBolton, GeoffBristow, SamuelCamilleri, JoanneCarpenter, CameronCarpenè, AaronCarter, EleanorCharlston, TerenceChow, AshleyCorfield, TomCowan, KenDancer, MarkDaucé, SébastienDemers, IsabelleDidier, GuyDriskill-Smith, CliveElsemann, DirkEnnis, CatherineEricsson, Hans-OlaEscaich, ThierryFerjenčíková, ZuzanaFraß, TobiasGiddens, BenjaminHerbert, GeorgeHigginbottom, EdwardHogan, SimonHoughton, NicholasHyde, DanielHämmerle, JohannesJacobs, PaulJaekel, PeterJohnson, RichardJohnson, SimonKemp-Luck, EdwardKummer, SamuelKunz, Jean-WillyKwan, KevinLafargue, YvesLane, ChristianLatry, OlivierLattik, Aare-PaulLea, RichardLecomte, MathiasLee, Shin-YoungLeigh, DavidLilley, JonathanLindwall, HampusMalitowski, AndrzejMariano, DavideMcVinnie, JamesMoore, StephenNauratyill, ZitaNoble, MartynNoetzel, GerhardOlsson, UllaOspital, ThomasPage, AnneParnell, AndrewPearce, RichardPeyrot, IrénéePhillips, MargaretRoberts, GavinRogers, JamieRubenis, EdgarsRyan, JonathanSchmitt, ChristianSchroeder, ChristopherSchönheit, MichaelScriven, PhilipSetchell, MartinSheen, BenjaminStephan, MartinStephenson, JeremiahTitterington, DavidTomita, KazukiTrotter, ThomasUnknownVaughn, MaurenWaldron, MichaelWarnier, VincentWhitehead, WilliamWillstedt, TomasYu, PhoonZeitouni, Françoisde Camboulas, Louis-Noëlde Vries, Sietzede la Rubia, Juanvan de Woestijne, ChristiaanØgaard, Sigurd Melvær