Giulio Cesare in Egitto (HWV 17), Drama in three acts. Music composed by Georg Friedrich Handel (1685–1759). Libretto by Nicola Francesco Haym after an earlier libretto by Giacomo Francesco Bussani.
On 26 April, The Juilliard Opera Center gave the world premiere of Miss Lonelyhearts by Lowell Liebermann. Commissioned by the Centennial Commission of The Juilliard School with the support of…
This wonderful CD was recorded in the magnificent church of Notre Dame, Rozay-en-Brie, which is 30 miles east of Paris, and contains one of the better-preserved French organs of the…
In recent years a number of the number of recordings of Mahler’s works have become available on DVD.
Why would anyone want to replace his LP-version on MRF? Because his records are scratched and it is too much trouble to put everything on CD.
When these recordings first appeared during the mid-sixties, there was some eye batting. Why did Deutsche Grammophon bring these recordings on the market?