New Classical Music for the new year

We have several new CDs in our classical music section that represent some of the best recordings from 2016.  Take a look and place a hold.

Jubilo – Alison Balsom
This is a new holiday album from great trumpeter Balsom which can be listened to all year long.

Brahms: The Violin Sonatas – Christian Tetzlaff and Lars Vogt
Violinist Christian Tetzlaff joins pianist Lars Vogt to record Brahms famed Violin Sonatas, one of the greatest masterpieces of 19th century chamber music.

Josquin Des Prez: Masses – Tallis Scholars
This is the 6th of 9 recordings by the Tallis Scholars in their effort to record all of the Josquin Masses.

Liszt Transcendental – Daniil Trifonov
Named one of the best recordings of 2016 by the Guardian, Daniil Trifonov captures the magic of Liszt with his amazing piano playing.

Mozart: Complete Violin Concertos – Isabelle Faust
Faust brings an unusual light touch to this recording of Mozart’s concertos.

Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition – Gustavo Dudamel
Dudamel conducts the famed Vienna Philharmonic in this new recording of Mussorgsky’s classic.

Tchaikovsky Project: Pathetique Romeo & Juliet – Semyon Bychkov
The Czech Philharmonic embarks on a recording cycle of Tchaikovsky’s music.

January 20, 2017|Categories: Movies & Music|

About the Author:

Mark Richardson
Mark is a native Oregonian. Much like the characters in Scott Westerfeld’s Midnighters series, he wishes he had the superpower to stop time for an hour each day just so he could catch up on his hobbies like reading and guitar playing. Mark has fun at the library planning teen programs and ordering teen materials, graphic novels and music. His favorite teen books are Finnikin of the Rock and Ship Breaker.