Thread: New releases from Channel Classics

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Post by Polly Nomial May 30, 2010 (1 of 26)
Taken from their website:

CCS SA 22510
Jochen Kupfer, baritone & Reinild Mees, piano
Schubert: Songs, vol.2

CCS SA 27010
Florilegium
J.S. Bach: organ trio sonatas BWV 525 - 530

CCS SA 27810
Peter Dijkstra, conductor & Netherlands Chamber Choir
Dreaming of Flying Machines

CCS SA 28510
Dejan Lazic, piano
J.S. Bach, B. Britten, J. Brahms
Liasons vol. 3

CCS SA 29110
Gary Cooper, pianoforte
L.v. Beethoven
Diabelli Variations

CCS SA 29511
Iván Fischer & Budapest Festival Orchestra
Children's Programme

CCS SA 29910
S. D. Sandström
Peter Dijkstra & Swedish Radio Choir

CCS SA 30411
Amsterdam Sinfonietta
Brahms: string quartet no. 1 in C minor op. 51, Mahler: Adagio from Symph. 10

CCS SA 30511
Dejan Lazic, piano
Australian Chamber Orchestra & Richard Tognetti
Beethoven: piano cto no. 4, sonata no 31 op. 110, 7 Variations after "God Save the King", WoO78.

CCS SA 30610
Gary Cooper, harpsichord, pianoforte & B'Rock
Bach keyboard concerti BWV 1052, 1053, 1055 and 1056

CCS SA 30710
Iván Fischer & Budapest Festival Orchestra
Beethoven: Symponies 6 & 4

CCS SA 30910
Rachel Podger, ensemble tba
Bach violin concertos

CCS SA 31010
Ebony Band, conducted by Werner Herbers. Barbara Hannigan, soprano
Regamey: Quintet
Koffler: String trio op. 10, Cantata "Die Liebe" op. 14

CCS SA 31211
Iván Fischer & Budapest Festival Orchestra
Schubert: Symph. No. 9

CCS SA 32010
Netherlands Bach Society & Jos van Veldhoven, soloists
Bach: Magnificat

CCS SA 32510
Netherlands Bach Society & Jos van Veldhoven, soloists
Bach: Matthew Passion

CCS SA 90210
Iván Fischer & Budapest Festival Orchestra
Dvorak: Symphonic Dances op. 46, 1 - 8, op. 72, 1 - 8
Licensed from Decca Music Group Limited

CCS SA 90310
Iván Fischer & Budapest Festival Orchestra, soloists
Bartok: Duke Bluebeard's Castle
Licensed from Decca Music Group Limited

CCS SA 80710
Xiang Chen, violin & Valentina Vlosova, piano
Kreisler, Brahms, Strauss, Paisiello a.o.
Channel of China

CCS SA 81010
Solo
Ning Feng, violin
Channel of China

CCS SA 81110
Peng Peng, piano
solo recital
Channel of China

Some of these were well known but there are some mouth-watering items coming up!

Post by rammiepie May 30, 2010 (2 of 26)
And for those interested parties, Crochet is offering a 20% discount on all Channel Recordings (RBCD & SACD) until 29 June 2010. And much like Pentatone's Quadro series, Channel is also licensing some of the Ivan Fischer quad recordings from Decca (in multi~channel, of course) and selling them at a very fair price.

Post by Jonty May 30, 2010 (3 of 26)
Mouth-watering indeed.

Post by TerraEpon May 30, 2010 (4 of 26)
Polly Nomial said:


CCS SA 90210
Iván Fischer & Budapest Festival Orchestra
Dvorak: Symphonic Dances op. 46, 1 - 8, op. 72, 1 - 8
Licensed from Decca Music Group Limited

...interesting. I wonder if they will do the Legends disc too? It's a favorite of mine.

Post by channel May 30, 2010 (5 of 26)
TerraEpon said:

...interesting. I wonder if they will do the Legends disc too? It's a favorite of mine.

We wanted to also license 'the Legends', but the DSD information was recorded in such a way that we cannot get it off the tape. This was not released in SACD at the time and would have to be completely reedited for SACD, but was recorded on an experimental system at the time. We have tried with (Hein Dekker and Philips) to reconstruct the machine to do this but it does not seem possible.

Post by Johnno May 31, 2010 (6 of 26)
Jared,

Do you know if the recordings of "The Miraculous Mandarin" (complete), "The Wooden Prince" and the "Concerto for Orchestra" that Ivan and the BFO recorded for Philips were originally in Quad? These are all marvellous performances and would clearly benefit from the additional resolution of SACD.

There was some great Liszt too. The "Faust" symphony and the Hungarian Rhapsodies. He was really in his element there!

Perhaps I should really be asking PentaTone?

Thanks for any information about them.

Post by krisjan May 31, 2010 (7 of 26)
There's nothing in that release list that interests me (for a variety of reasons). Frustrating.

Post by rammiepie May 31, 2010 (8 of 26)
krisjan said:

There's nothing in that release list that interests me (for a variety of reasons). Frustrating.

Maybe it's high time for some good ole rock 'n roll from the 60's and 70's in 5.1 surround?

Post by flyingdutchman May 31, 2010 (9 of 26)
rammiepie said:

Maybe it's high time for some good ole rock 'n roll from the 60's and 70's in 5.1 surround?

I could go for that.

Post by pgmdir May 31, 2010 (10 of 26)
Hey... a lot of those old things were recorded in garages.

And it has little to do with this thread. (cranky old guy, huh)

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