“Hünteler’s disc is a gem. The tone of Hünteler’s flute is luscious, the passagework sparkling and limpid, the shaping of the phrases intimate and expressive, and the sounds of the strings blend beautifully … Highly recommended.“ (Fanfare)
Learn 50 trademark Van Halen licks with Stuart Bull! This excellent two hour DVD will teach you some of the guitar techniques that influenced a million rock guitarists! Lessons include two handed tapping, tremelo picking, screaming harmonics and much moreIf you're looking to take your playing to the next level, this DVD will provide you with an arsenal of Van Halen style licks that you can incorporate into your rock soloing repertoire!
Johann Melchior Molter was a German baroque composer and violinist. (…) Molter's surviving works include an oratorio; several cantatas; over 140 symphonies, overtures, and other works for orchestra; many concertos, including some of the first clarinet concertos ever written; and many pieces of chamber music.
Johann Georg Lickl, also Ligkl, Hans-Georg Lickl, Hungarian: Lickl György (11 April 1769 – 12 May 1843) was an Austrian composer, organist, Kapellmeister in the main church of Pécs, and piano teacher. He wrote operas, one wind quintet, three string quartets, and served as a Kapellmeister at several churches. From 1807 until his death he was choirmaster at what is now Pécs. A large portion of his output is sacred music, including masses and requiems…
"Die Sängerinnen und Sänger haben allesamt sehr intensiv an den Koloraturen gearbeitet und sind den teils horrenden Schwierigkeiten der Arien gut gewachsen … Außerdem sind die Rezitative mit hohem Konversationstempo und fantasievoller Generalbass-Improvisation umgesetzt." ~FonoForum
"…But in its elegant and precise way the Utrecht have made a fine start in their welcome cycle." ~musicweb-international
…MDG's sound is immaculate. The CD should be of strong interest to new music fans, particularly those who love Nancarrow and want more of a similar sonic experience.
All the singers of the Berlin Vocal Ensemble “Carl Maria von Weber” were members of the nationally and internationally renowned Berlin Male Chorus “Carl Maria von Weber”. After the compulsory dissolution of his professional male chorus in May 1995, choral director Andreas Wiedermann decided to risk a new start with these 14 experienced singers…
"…Producer and recording engineer Werner Dabringhaus does excellent work in the Métropole of Lausanne. Since the CD cover notes this as Volume 1, we can expect the First and Third Symphonies to follow. That should be worth waiting for. I hope Zacharias and his band will be given further assignments; this SACD speaks well to the partnership." ~audiophile-audition