The acclaimed William Ferris Chorale adds to their discography with a look at new music being written in America and some works that have been overlooked.
This week, we’ll look back, however briefly, at the featured CDs for July.
Joel Fan has long been interested in the rich history of the New World and the array of cultures that have populated it and influenced its music.
Chopin is well-known for his use of ethic music types in classical composition, including the folk dance from his native county, Poland, the mazurka.
Lutenist Nigel North is at it again. This time it's for volume four of John Dowland's lute music, titled "The Queen's Galliard."
This week's featured CD is the premiere recording on the Watjen Concert Organ. Organist Carole Terry tours the repertoire for this release on Loft Recordings.
The Noteworthy Duo perform music of Latin American on "Between Flute and Guitar."
Sol Gabetta's fourth CD, "Cantabile", was released simultaneously with her third in September of 2008. So for this week, we'll take a listen to both of them.