Zlatá edice 1 želva ( bonusy) - cd - olympic
Giovanni Bottesini enjoyed a globe-trotting career as the Paganini of the double bass. He was also a successful conductor and a composer, although only the music he wrote for his own instrument has
Luis de Freitas Branco was the towering figure in Portuguese music during the first half of the 20th Century. His Second Symphony combines elements as disparate as Gregorian chant, the boisterous spir
Performances of carols both ancient and modern have become central to the celebration of Christmas. The choral music on this disc includes Holst surprisingly neglected Christmas Day, as well as music
Domenico Scarlatti is renowned for his remarkable keyboard sonatas, some 555 of which are known.
Composed and revised over a seven-year period Schubert fifth Mass setting is arguably his most songful and inventive. His integration of the soloists and chorus, mastery of fluid harmonies, and idiom
Franz Schmidt Third Symphony was composed in 1927-28, dedicated to and premiered by the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, winning a first prize from the Columbia Graphophone Company of New York.
Fantasy, that marvelous ability the mind has to recapture past events or distant memories, or to idealise reality, is the thread that runs through this album.
Their sound is woozy, evocative and blatantly in thrall to the kaleidoscopic sounds of Broadcast, The BBC Radiophonic Workshop, Mazzy Star and 60s Sci-Fi soundtracks. Its beautifully listenable A v
New Zealand psych gazers Surf City return with an album of sticky summer jams and fuzzy swirls and out and out dream pop blasts. Harnessing the explorations of 2013s We Knew It Was Not Going To Be Li
One of the greatest living English songwriters living in America
Rocket from the Tombs NEW STUDIO ALBUM BLACK RECORD OUT 13th NOVEMBER 2015 FROM FIRE RECORDS