Dear friends of classical music,
I hope you all enjoyed a great summer. Autumn is in sight and fantastic new CD's may help us face the upcoming darkest months of the year.

More than 100 new reviews were published this month. Here are some reviews that caught my eye:

Christian Blackshaw is recording a complete survey of Mozart's piano sonatas for Wigmore Hall Live. This is already the third volume in the series. Every volume got rave reviews in our magazines pages so he must be doing something right. Click here to see all Blackshaw's reviews.

It's time for a reappraisal of Dvorak's choral masterpiece. I'm convinced that Herreweghe, with his excellent soloists, choir and orchestra, is the right man at the right place to help this work's case. Choir and Organ gave this recording a 'Star Review' in the September issue.


The lute is an instrument that never fails to move me, especially when played so exquisitely by Nigel North. His latest disc with an imaginative program of lute music by the Italian Renaissance composer Francesco da Milano is a case in point.

Happy reading and listening!

Johan Plochaet
agoraclassica.com
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