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  • Composers such as Sibelius and Tchaikovsky are more often than not, recognised as masters of larger scale works. This collection of songs expose their smaller masterpieces and demonstrates the art of the French masters; Fauré and Duparc.
  • This CD displays both Ms Blumental’s phrasing and technique as well as her affinity for the music of her homeland. Her stirring and illuminating interpretation of the 2nd movement in Chopin’s Concerto is beautifully balanced by the four lively Scherzi.
  • This disc features the greatest of Beethoven’s piano concertos, the “Emperor,” as well as his barely known Romance Cantabile and Rubinstein’s one movement orchestral 'Konzerstück', worth listening to for it’s unusual combination of instruments!
  • Variations presents Carl Czerny’s experiments on a theme by Haydn (recognised as the German national anthem), the one and only existing piano concerto by Karl Stamitz and Vogler’s Variations based on an C18th nursery song, ‘For He’s a Jolly Good Fellow’.
  • This CD brings back into the light concertos by talented composers Viotti and Platti. Viotti’s masterpiece is said to be a reworked violin concerto by Daniel Steibelt and the two Platti concertos curiously lay gathering dust for around 200 years.
  • This CD presents the piano concertos of Manfredini and Paisiello who both spent some years at the Russian Court of the mighty Catherine the Great, where they composed music to reflect Catherine’s wealth and power including marches, dance music and didactic works for the court’s pleasure.
  • Performed by Felicja Blumental, this solo piano collection includes piano rarities such as Moniuszko's Spinning Girl, Szymanowski's Etudes and Preludes, Kabalewski and Kuhlau's Sonatines and Villa-Lobos' The Three Maries among others.
  • If you have never heard Moniuszko’s songs, rare Pergolesi arias or Villa-Lobos’ beautiful Bachianas No. 5, then this album is a must have. This beautiful collection of songs also features works by Niewiadomski, Scarlatti, Chopin, Strauss and Weill.
  • This CD features the piano concertos of Mozart and his contemporary Leopold Kozeluch, whose concerto Felicja Blumental performed with her own cadenza. Since composing this concerto, many of Kozeluch’s achievements have been overshadowed by Beethoven.
  • The repertoire here is a reminder of Felicja Blumental’s protean abilities. Here, she resurrects a piano concerto/patriotic fantasy by Paderewski before assuming the central role on harpsichord for Penderecki's Partita, dedicated to her by the composer.
  • Pianist Felicja Blumental explores the vibrant repertoire of Karol Szymanowski (who taught the young Blumental composition) and fellow Pole Fryderyk Chopin, whose music was a fundamental part of Felicja Blumental's recording career which brought her great acclaim.
  • A recital of songs by soprano, Annette Celine featuring Francis Poulenc's 'Huites chansons polonaises', Maurice Ravel's 'Quatre chants populaires', a marvelous selection of Brazilian folk songs by Ernani Braga and other vocal works Zemlinsky, Szymanowski, Schoenberg, Stravinsky, Hahn and Villa-Lobos.