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Klasik Müzik Koleksiyonu /Classical Music collections
1. Bezdin Ensemble: chamber orchestra, choir and vocalists specializing in sacred music
Beethoven Symphonies 4 5 6
2. Joel Bruce Wallach: sublime and uplifting neo-classical piano
Magical Tales
3. Hans Christian: new age meets Indian cello
Rumi Symphony (instrumental)
4. Magnatune Compilation: the best music from Magnatune
Christmas Music
5. Eduardo Figueroa and Oscar Ohlsen: Chilean baroque guitar duo
Cifras Selectas de Guitarra, Santiago de Murcia 1722
6. Hans Christian: new age meets Indian cello
Rumi Symphony
7. Bezdin Ensemble: chamber orchestra, choir and vocalists specializing in sacred music
Beethoven Symphonies 1 2 3
8. Adina Spire: contemporary cinematic compositions
Hymns
9. Voices of Music: Lilting Renaissance & Baroque vocal interpretations
Concerto Barocco
10. Cheryl Ann Fulton: Welsh triple harp
The Once and Future Harp
11. Lara St John: Bach violin concertos
Bach Violin Concertos
12. Ralph Rousseau Meulenbroeks: virtuoso viola da gamba
Christmas Carols
13. Cheryl Ann Fulton: Welsh triple harp
The Airs of Wales
14. Bezdin Ensemble: chamber orchestra, choir and vocalists specializing in sacred music
Vivaldi Fata Tiganca
15. Ensemble Carpe Diem: Early music featuring Italian affetti from Switzerland
Dolci Miei Sospiri
16. Ensemble Mirable: rare and extraordinary music of the Baroque
Conversations Galantes
17. Daniel Estrem: colorful classical guitar
Bach Cello Suites on 8 String Guitar volume 2
18. Ensemble Mirable: rare and extraordinary music of the Baroque
Triemer Six Cello Sonatas
19. Joel Bruce Wallach: sublime and uplifting neo-classical piano
Enchanted Daydreams
20. Daniel Estrem: colorful classical guitar
Bach Cello Suites on 8 String Guitar
21. Voices of Music: Lilting Renaissance & Baroque vocal interpretations
Bach and Telemann – Sonatas, Preludes and Fantasias
An Evening With Bach
23. Lara St John: Bach violin concertos
Vivaldi – The Four Seasons
24. Bezdin Ensemble: chamber orchestra, choir and vocalists specializing in sacred music
JS Bach – Mass in B Minor
25. Musica Pacifica: Baroque and traditional music from England, Scotland and Ireland
Dancing in the Isles
26. Daniel Estrem: colorful classical guitar
Colors of Spain
27. Wildcat Viols: viola da gamba girls gone wild!!
Fairest Isle
28. Rougge: the two hundred and twenty two strings of a piano and a voice
Fragments
29. La Reverie: Classical European works revoiced with an oriental warmth and timbre
Alma de Cuerda (Soul of String)
Ancient Mosaic with Guitar
31. Lara St John: Bach violin concertos
CD1 – Bach – The Six Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin
CD2 – Bach – The Six Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin
33. Harlan Williams: beautiful dark and airy guitar compositions
The Glass Desert
34. Daniel Estrem: colorful classical guitar
Scarlatti on Guitar and Ukulele
35. Bezdin Ensemble: chamber orchestra, choir and vocalists specializing in sacred music
Vivaldi Sacred Box
36. Skarazula: medieval European, Turkish and Arabic music
Litha
37. Edward Martin and Paul Berget: vihuela, renaissance and baroque lute
Baroque Lute Duets
38. Bezdin Ensemble: chamber orchestra, choir and vocalists specializing in sacred music
Boccherini Fandango Box
39. Daniel Estrem: colorful classical guitar
Reverie
40. Ladislav Jelinek: classical works from a World renowned pianist
Ladislav Jelinek plays Smetana and Dvorak
41. Duo de Bois: exquisite chamber music
Six Sonatas for Flute and Violin – Opus 51 – Boismortier
42. Joel Bruce Wallach: sublime and uplifting neo-classical piano
Passions and Fantasies for Solo Piano
43. Bezdin Ensemble: chamber orchestra, choir and vocalists specializing in sacred music
Mozart Requiem
44. Daniel Estrem: colorful classical guitar
Edvard Grieg
45. American Baroque: Spectacular Baroque and Classical chamber music
Mozart 4 Quartets for Strings and Winds
46. Daniel Estrem: colorful classical guitar
JS Bach on 8 string guitar, vol 1
47. Willem Brons: Mozart’s great solo works by distinguished master pianist
Mozart Piano Works
48. Daniel Estrem: colorful classical guitar
Ravel on Guitar and Ukulele
49. Musica Franca: buoyant Baroque bassoon
Corrette – Le Phenix – Les Delices de la Solitude
50. Daniel Estrem: colorful classical guitar
JS Bach on 8 string guitar, vol 2
Debussy on Guitar and Ukulele
52. Mauricio Buraglia: a marvelous classical spiral of lute sounds
Promenade en Europe Luth Baroque
53. Kyiv Chamber Choir: chants of the Russian Orthodox Church
Hymns Of The All-Night Vigil – Opus 37
54. Stephane Potvin and the Con Brio Choir: choral conductor extraordinaire
Goode Christemas Musicke
55. Farallon Recorder Quartet: renaissance recorder ensemble
Ludwig Senfl
56. Edward Martin: vihuela, renaissance and baroque lute
Luis Milan – El Maestro
57. Ladislav Jelinek: classical works from a World renowned pianist
Ladislav Jelinek plays Liszt
58. The Bach Players: baroque instrumental and vocal gems
Italy versus France
59. Mauricio Buraglia: a marvelous classical spiral of lute sounds
Sylvius Leopold Weiss Suites en si Bemol et la Majeur
60. Dufay Collective: instrumental and vocal music from the Middle Ages and Reniassance
A Lestampida
61. Kyiv Chamber Choir: chants of the Russian Orthodox Church
One Thousand Years Of Ukrainian Sacred Music
62. Canconier: Medieval music from the 12th to the 15th centuries
The Black Dragon
63. Misericordia: sickeningly good Medieval
Passion, Pestilence and Polyphony
64. Rossignol: spare and lyrical troubadour songs
La Domna Ditz – Songs of the Trobairitz
65. Vito Paternoster: cellist extraordinaire
Sergio Azzolini and Vito Paternoster play Mozart and Haydn
66. Kyiv Chamber Choir: chants of the Russian Orthodox Church
Masterpieces of the Ukrainian Choral Baroque
67. Canconier: Medieval music from the 12th to the 15th centuries
Canconier
68. Vito Paternoster: cellist extraordinaire
Inzaffirio
69. Adina Spire: contemporary cinematic compositions
Sibiu Oratorium
70. Les Filles de Sainte Colombe: viol & harpsichord music
German music for Viols and Harpsichord
71. Christopher Ferreira: Neoclassical piano that tells a nostalgic story…
The Piano Pieces
72. Kathleen McIntosh: delicious harpsichord rarities
Antonio Soler Sonatas
73. Richard Savino: Highly nuanced lute and guitar
Legrenzi – Venice Before Vivaldi
74. Vox Nostra: gorgeously complex and rich vocals using manuscripts from the middle ages
Assumpta est Maria
75. Vito Paternoster: cellist extraordinaire
Between old and new
76. Edward Martin: vihuela, renaissance and baroque lute
Art of the Lute in Renaissance France
77. Daniel Estrem: colorful classical guitar
JS Bach on Guitar and Ukulele
78. Altri Stromenti: 17th century baroque ensemble
Italian Music of the 17th Century
79. Adina Spire: contemporary cinematic compositions
Oratoriuul
80. The Bach Players: baroque instrumental and vocal gems
Nun Komm
81. Davide Viterbo: cello music for the images inside of us
Distant City
82. Ireen Thomas: Lute sonatas from Mozart’s time
Indian Summer of the Lute
83. Kaare Norge: outstanding classical guitar
Fantasia
84. Vito Paternoster: cellist extraordinaire
CD1-Bach Sonatas and Partitas for solo violin
85. Fabrice Ravel-Chapuis: prodigious talent linking contemporary research and popular music
En danger (piano and string quartet)
86. Healing Muses: early music for healing
Reflections – music to soothe and uplift the spirit
87. Jeni Melia: Elizabethan lute and folk song
The Last of Old England
88. Vito Paternoster: cellist extraordinaire
CD2-Bach Cello Suites
89. Gonzalo X Ruiz: baroque oboist extraordinaire
Imported from Italy
90. Philharmonia Baroque: historically-informed Classical Orchestra
Handel – Atalanta CD2
91. Altri Stromenti: 17th century baroque ensemble
Uccellini
92. Daniel Ben Pienaar: virtuoso pianist playing Bach’s 48
JS Bach – Book 1 CD1 Well-Tempered Clavier
93. Vito Paternoster: cellist extraordinaire
Sinfonie and Sonate del settecento italiano per Violoncello e Basso Continuo
94. Musica Franca: buoyant Baroque bassoon
Boismortier – Sonatas for Two Bassoons and Continuo
95. Louis Larouche: Baroque works on trumpet
Baroque Works for Horn and Organ
96. Gonzalo X Ruiz: baroque oboist extraordinaire
JS Bach – Transcriptions for Oboe
97. Healing Muses: early music for healing
Garden of Healing
98. Daniel Estrem: colorful classical guitar
Collage
99. Vox Nostra: gorgeously complex and rich vocals using manuscripts from the middle ages
Vocal music of the Cathedral Notre-Dame de Paris in the year 1200
100. American Baroque: Spectacular Baroque and Classical chamber music
The Four Seasons by Vivaldi
101. Edward Martin: vihuela, renaissance and baroque lute
Allemande
102. The Bach Players: baroque instrumental and vocal gems
Bach arranging and arranged
103. Philharmonia Baroque: historically-informed Classical Orchestra
Beethoven Symphonies No 3 Eroica and No 8
104. Ralph Rousseau Meulenbroeks: virtuoso viola da gamba
Moved By Marais
105. Dufay Collective: instrumental and vocal music from the Middle Ages and Reniassance
Cancionero
106. Streicher Trio: classical chamber music on period instruments
Two Romantic Piano Trios by Women Composers
107. Eduardo Gonzalez: performs virtuoso showpieces for flute and other favorites
Encore
108. Richard Savino: Highly nuanced lute and guitar
Mertz – Bardic Sounds
109. Colin Booth: solo harpsichord music
JS Bach Goldberg Variations
110. Music of the Spheres: small Baroque chamber ensemble
The Fantastics
111. Ralph Rousseau Meulenbroeks: virtuoso viola da gamba
Gambomania
112. Vito Paternoster: cellist extraordinaire
CD1-Bach Cello Suites
113. Philharmonia Baroque: historically-informed Classical Orchestra
Mozart Orchestral Works
114. New York Consort of Viols: renaissance instrumental music
Dances and Canzonas of Holborne and Brade
115. Colin Booth: solo harpsichord music
Dark Harpsichord Music
116. Kathleen McIntosh: delicious harpsichord rarities
Boismortier (Harpsichord music)
117. Jacob Heringman: renaissance lute
Blame Not My Lute
118. Kyiv Chamber Choir: chants of the Russian Orthodox Church
Liturgy of Peace
119. Janine Johnson: Harpsichord and fortepiano classics
Spain
Telemann Harpsichord Solos from Der Getreue Music Meister
121. Paul Berget: renaissance lute, modernized.
The Siena Manuscript on renaissance lute
122. Tanya Tomkins and Eric Zivian: Beethoven Piano and Cello Works
Beethoven Piano and Cello Works
123. La Primavera: English Renaissance music.
English Renaissance Music
124. American Bach Soloists: virtuosic Bach performances and more
JS Bach Cantatas – Volume VI – Favorite Cantatas
125. Philharmonia Baroque: historically-informed Classical Orchestra
Rameau and Leclair
126. Saint Elijah Childrens Choir: Ukrainian children’s choir
We are Guarded by the Cross
127. Music of the Spheres: small Baroque chamber ensemble
Musical Evolution
128. Ensemble Electra: electrifying music from the Italian Baroque
Francesco Barsanti Sonatas for Recorder and Basso Continuo
129. Colin Booth: solo harpsichord music
Peter Philips – The English Exile
130. Kyiv Chamber Choir: chants of the Russian Orthodox Church
Praise the Lord
131. American Baroque: Spectacular Baroque and Classical chamber music
Dances and Suites of Rameau and Couperin
132. Healing Muses: early music for healing
Dolce Musica – A Contemplative Journey
133. Vito Paternoster: cellist extraordinaire
Vito Paternoster plays Haydn & Boccherini
134. AlmaNova: lively flute/guitar duo
Classic Giuliani
135. Philharmonia Baroque: historically-informed Classical Orchestra
Handel – Atalanta CD1
136. The Bach Players: baroque instrumental and vocal gems
Every One a Chaconne
137. Daniel Ben Pienaar: virtuoso pianist playing Bach’s 48
JS Bach – Book 2 CD1 Well-Tempered Clavier
138. Philharmonia Baroque: historically-informed Classical Orchestra
Beethoven – Opferlied and Symphony Number 9
139. Da Camera: Celtic Renaissance/Baroque Ensemble
A Celtic Celebration
140. Vito Paternoster: cellist extraordinaire
CD2-Bach Sonatas and Partitas for solo violin
141. Sebastian Forster: exquisitely performed Beethoven piano sonatas
Magnificent Obsession vol 3 – Beethoven Sonatas
142. Jennifer Lane: rare cantatas and arias by Handel
Own the Pow’r of Harmony! – hidden vocal and instrumental gems of Handel
143. AlmaNova: lively flute/guitar duo
After Hours
144. Seth Carlin: fortepiano music from the early 1800s
Schubert – Music for fortepiano four hands
145. Jacob Heringman: renaissance lute
Jane Pickeringes Lute Book
146. Telemann Trio Berlin: Skillfully balanced chamber music
Telemann Trio Berlin
147. Daniel Ben Pienaar: virtuoso pianist playing Bach’s 48
JS Bach – Book 2 CD2 Well-Tempered Clavier
148. Paul Berget: renaissance lute, modernized.
SL Weiss on 11 Strings
JS Bach on the Lute
150. Sebastian Forster: exquisitely performed Beethoven piano sonatas
Magnificent Obsession vol 1 – Beethoven Sonatas
Magnificent Obsession vol 4 – Beethoven Sonatas
152. Ivan Ilic: dazzling classical pianist
Fugitive Visions – Piano Masterworks by Chopin and Liszt
153. Richard Savino: Highly nuanced lute and guitar
Murcia – Danza y Diferencias
154. Sulis: heavenly, healing, early music
Chameleon
155. Tim Rayborn: Medieval and Middle Eastern music
Honey From The Thorn
156. AlmaNova: lively flute/guitar duo
Debut
157. Tuskle: contemporary jazz/classical hybrid compositions
Piano Works
158. Ivan Ilic: dazzling classical pianist
Vitality and Virtuosity – Sonatas by Haydn and Beethoven
159. English Ayres: traditional early English music
The Laughing Cavalier
160. Jacob Heringman: renaissance lute
Holburns Passion
161. Magnatune Compilation: the best music from Magnatune
Romantic Dinner Classical Compilation
162. Putinki Church Choir: clear calm voices of spiritual music
In thy Dormition thou didst not forsake the World, (O Theotokos)
163. Andreas Almqvist: elegant classical guitar
Goldberg Variations (JS Bach)
164. Edward Martin and William Bastian: vihuela, renaissance and baroque lute
Virtues and Vices
165. Jeni Melia: Elizabethan lute and folk song
The Lost Art of Wooing
166. Jonathan Freeman-Attwood and Colm Carey: dazzling and luminous duo performances of Bach
bachconnections
167. Daniel Ben Pienaar: virtuoso pianist playing Bach’s 48
JS Bach – Book 1 CD2 Well-Tempered Clavier
168. Gonzalo X Ruiz: baroque oboist extraordinaire
Soliloquies
169. Jacob Heringman and Catherine King: renaissance songs
Alonso Mudarra songs and solos
170. Paul Beier: solo lute of the Italian renaissance.
Alessandro Piccinini
171. Doc Rossi: baroque cittern
La Cetra Galante
172. Streicher Trio: classical chamber music on period instruments
Mozart Klavier Trios
173. Gonzalo X Ruiz: baroque oboist extraordinaire
Schumann Romances
174. Kyiv Seminary Choir: Chants of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church
Hymns of the All-Night Vigil
175. Jacob Heringman: renaissance lute
Black Cow
176. Music of the Spheres: small Baroque chamber ensemble
Music of the Spheres
177. Zephyrus: Early Music vocal ensemble
Angelus
178. Gerard Satamian: Exquisite original melodic pieces
Forget Me Not
179. Ivan Ilic: dazzling classical pianist
Elegance and Refinement – Baroque Suites, French Sweets
180. Ensemble Vermillian: Richly textured 17th and 18th century cello and recorder
Stolen Jewels
181. The Hurdy-Gurdy Band: Baroque Street Music of Paris and London
La Follia Itinerante
182. Paul Beier: solo lute of the Italian renaissance.
Michelagnolo Galilei
183. Briddes Roune: 13th century medieval English songs
Lenten is come
184. Paul Berget: renaissance lute, modernized.
The Siena Manuscript on steel string guitar
185. Colin Booth: solo harpsichord music
William Croft – Keyboard Music
186. The Kingsbury Ensemble: masterpieces that graced the courts of Europe, played with style and passion
Italian Cantatas and Sonatas (George Frideric Handel and Antonio Caldara)
187. La Nuova Musica: vocal and instrumental chamber music
Il Circolo Di Giulio Caccini
188. Steven Devine: exquisite and exuberant harpsichord.
Portrait of an English Harpsichord
189. Katherine Roberts Perl: Bach on the harpsichord – poetic and expressive
JS Bach French Suites
190. Katherine Shao: beautiful Bach on three different beautiful harpsichords
JS Bach Keyboard Works
191. Three Holies Church Choristers: ancient Eastern Church music
The Hymns of the Ancient Church
192. Ladislav Jelinek: classical works from a World renowned pianist
Ladislav Jelinek plays Beethoven
193. Janine Johnson: Harpsichord and fortepiano classics
Chopin Recital
194. Chris Britton: virtuoso performances of Bach on unaccompanied flute
Counterpoint for One
195. Asteria: late-medieval vocal and instrumental music
Un Tres Doulx Regard
196. Philharmonia Baroque: historically-informed Classical Orchestra
CD1 Scarlatti – Cecilian Vespers
197. Kathleen McIntosh: delicious harpsichord rarities
Kathleen McIntosh plays Bach
198. American Bach Soloists: virtuosic Bach performances and more
JS Bach – Transcriptions of Italian Music
JS Bach Cantatas – Volume II – Trauerode
200. Asteria: late-medieval vocal and instrumental music
Soyes Loyal
201. Ivan Ilic: dazzling classical pianist
Romantic – Powerful Miniatures by Schumann and Brahms
202. Kyiv Seminary Choir: Chants of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church
Traditional worship singing of Kiev-Pechersk Lavra
203. Janine Johnson: Harpsichord and fortepiano classics
German Keyboard Masters
204. Paul Beier: solo lute of the Italian renaissance.
I Cavalieri del Liuto – The Knights of the Lute
205. Asteria: late-medieval vocal and instrumental music
Le Souvenir de Vous me Tue
206. Philharmonia Baroque: historically-informed Classical Orchestra
CD2 Scarlatti – Cecilian Vespers
207. Viviana Guzman: virtuosic flutist
Telemann Flute Fantasies
208. Colin Booth: solo harpsichord music
Buxtehude – Suites and Variations
209. Daughters of Elvin: Medieval Songs of Love and Enchantment
Galdrbok – Medieval Songs of Love and Enchantment
210. Jacob Heringman: renaissance lute
The Art of the Lute Player
211. Ingrid Matthews and Byron Schenkman: baroque violin & harpsichord
CD2-JS Bach-Six Sonatas for Violin and Harpsichord
212. Philharmonia Baroque: historically-informed Classical Orchestra
Jake Heggie – To Hell and Back
213. Janine Johnson: Harpsichord and fortepiano classics
Suites – Op 22 24 and 29
214. Jacob Heringman: renaissance lute
Josquin des Prez Lute Settings
215. Janine Johnson: Harpsichord and fortepiano classics
Bach Goldberg Variations
216. Magnatune Compilation: the best music from Magnatune
Classical
217. Anneke Scott and Kathryn Cok: Virtuosic works for natural horn and fortepiano
Sonatas for Horn and Fortepiano
218. Ralph Rousseau Meulenbroeks: virtuoso viola da gamba
Back with Bach
219. Eric Zivian: virtuoso fortepianist plays Chopin
Chopin Preludes for Piano
220. Colin Booth: solo harpsichord music
Johann Mattheson – CD1 – The Twelve Suites of 1714
221. Jan Hanford: solo piano
24 Preludes for Solo Piano
222. Sulis: heavenly, healing, early music
The Vision Of Enoch
223. Monks and Choirs of Kiev Pechersk Lavra: Russian Orthodox Chants
Chimes of Kiev Pechersk Lavra
224. American Bach Soloists: virtuosic Bach performances and more
JS Bach – CD1 – Mass in B Minor
225. James Edwards: baroque guitar music
Le Tresor dOrphee by Antoine Francisque
226. Mediva: medieval music made enticingly modern
Gabriels Message – Festive Music From Medieval England
227. Magnatune Compilation: the best music from Magnatune
Relaxing Classical
228. Kathleen McIntosh: delicious harpsichord rarities
JS Bach (Inventions and Sinfonias)
229. Hanneke van Proosdij: vibrant harpsichord-music
Les Baricades Misterieuses
230. Jacob Heringman and Catherine King: renaissance songs
Luis Milan El Maestro
231. Sebastian Forster: exquisitely performed Beethoven piano sonatas
Magnificent Obsession vol 2 – Beethoven Sonatas
232. Ivan Ilic: dazzling classical pianist
Transcendental – Transcriptions by Brahms and Godowsky
233. Oberlin Consort of Viols: renaissance viol music
5 and 6 part Fantasies of William Lawes
234. Colin Booth: solo harpsichord music
Johann Mattheson – CD2 – The Twelve Suites of 1714
235. JungHae Kim: deeply elegant harpsichord
The Virginalists
236. American Bach Soloists: virtuosic Bach performances and more
JS Bach Cantatas – Volume I – Solo Cantatas
237. Thomas: layered choral compositions
Peace
238. American Bach Soloists: virtuosic Bach performances and more
JS Bach – CD2 – Mass in B Minor
239. Mediva: medieval music made enticingly modern
Viva Mediva
240. American Bach Soloists: virtuosic Bach performances and more
Heinrich Schutz – Musicalische Exequien
241. Ensemble Sreteniye: medieval church singing for small ensemble
Ancient Church Singing of Byzantine Georgia and Rus
242. JungHae Kim: deeply elegant harpsichord
D’Anglebert Pieces de Clavecin, 1689 Paris
243. Doc Rossi: baroque cittern
Demarzi-6 Sonatas for Cetra o Kitara
244. Colin Booth: solo harpsichord music
JS Bach by arrangement
245. SCD: Baroque trio
Biber Violin Sonatas
246. Paul Beier: solo lute of the Italian renaissance.
Barbara Strozzi – Diporti di Euterpe
247. Eleanor Hodgkinson: beautifully crafted individual playing
Scenes of Travel
248. Streicher Trio: classical chamber music on period instruments
Musica da Camera
249. Trio Dafne: delicate 17th century chansons
Airs De Cour Francais Du XVIIe Siecle
250. Francesca Torelli: Lute songs of the English Renaissance
John Dowland – Lute songs, Lute music
251. American Bach Soloists: virtuosic Bach performances and more
JS Bach Cantatas – Volume IV – Early Cantatas for Holy Week
252. Ensemble Sreteniye: medieval church singing for small ensemble
Dont Cry Rachael
253. Paul Beier: solo lute of the Italian renaissance.
Simone Molinaro
254. Jeni Melia: Elizabethan lute and folk song
Sister Awake
Sister Awake – music only
256. Duo Chambure: Spanish renaissance vihuela duets
Vihuela Duets of Valderrabano
257. Jacob Heringman: renaissance lute
Siena Lute Book
258. American Bach Soloists: virtuosic Bach performances and more
JS Bach Cantatas – Volume III – Cantatas from Muehlhausen and Weimar
259. Elizabeth Wolff: 19th century classical piano
Moments Musicaux
260. Ingrid Matthews and Byron Schenkman: baroque violin & harpsichord
CD1-JS Bach-Six Sonatas for Violin and Harpsichord
261. Phebe Craig and Katherine Westine: harpsichord duets
Beside Themselves
262. Seth Carlin: fortepiano music from the early 1800s
Mozart in the Age of Enlightenment
263. Katherine Roberts Perl: Bach on the harpsichord – poetic and expressive
Vol 1 – Well Tempered Clavier Book 2 ‘Flat Keys’
264. Janine Johnson: Harpsichord and fortepiano classics
JS Bach Inventions and Sinfonias
265. Anthony Salvo: solo and layered violin music on the theme of relational and spiritual intimacy
Finding Sanctuary
266. Sulis: heavenly, healing, early music
Sitting on the windowsill of Heaven – Celia Harper
267. Orinda: French renaissance songs
Airs de Cour
268. American Bach Soloists: virtuosic Bach performances and more
JS Bach Cantatas – Volume V – More Cantatas from Muehlhausen and Weimar
Joseph Haydn – Masses
270. Gerard Satamian: Exquisite original melodic pieces
Dry Fig Trees
271. The Sarasa Ensemble: Lively, bright Baroque
A Baroque Mosaic
272. Hanneke van Proosdij: vibrant harpsichord-music
Harpsichord suites of Chambonnieres
273. Jonathan Freeman-Attwood and Iain Simcock: brilliant Baroque masterpieces in virtuoso style
Sonatas For Trumpet And Organ
274. Katherine Roberts Perl: Bach on the harpsichord – poetic and expressive
Vol 1 – Well Tempered Clavier Book 2 ‘Sharp Keys’
275. Janine Johnson: Harpsichord and fortepiano classics
JS Bach Works For Harpsichord
276. Kim Ribeiro: brazilian contemporary and traditional flute
Majestic
277. Gerard Satamian: Exquisite original melodic pieces
Canada, Mon Amour
278. Nova Casa: Baroque chamber music from Poland
Leclair – Blow – Matteis – Brescianello
279. Seth Carlin: fortepiano music from the early 1800s
Schubert – Works for Solo Fortepiano
280. James Edwards: baroque guitar music
Canarios
281. Monks and Choirs of Kiev Pechersk Lavra: Russian Orthodox Chants
Chants of the Russian Orthodox Church
282. Marko Nouwens: classical piano sonatinas for students
Clementi, Dussek, Kuhlau – Sonatinas For Piano
283. The Sarasa Ensemble: Lively, bright Baroque
Bach Cantatas
284. John Fleagle: austere and beautiful medieval songs.
Worlds Bliss – Medieval Songs of Love and Death
285. Professor Armchair: demented 19th century children’s music
Too Much Mustard
286. Cary Chow: virtuoso piano
Zirkus – Step Inside – Piano Music of Robert Schumann
287. Colin Booth: solo harpsichord music
Essential Scarlatti
288. Fortune’s Wheel: a spirited rediscovery of the riches of medieval musical traditions
Pastourelle
289. Katherine Roberts Perl: Bach on the harpsichord – poetic and expressive
Vol 2 – Well Tempered Clavier Book 2 ‘Sharp Keys’
290. Maryse Carlin: crisp, dynamic harpsichord
Rameau – Pieces De Clavecin En Concerts – Forqueray Suites 4 and 5
291. SJ Pettersson: Contemporary anachronistic composer/musician
A Dream Play
292. Robert F Trucios: classical piano
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