A new album, energetically conducted by Neeme Järvi, captures old chestnuts and new surprises by Camille Saint-Saëns in spectacular sound.
Classical Lost And Found
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The brilliant orchestral scores of Alfredo Casella are finally receiving well-deserved performances.
The versatile pianist Danny Driver introduces two rarely heard concertos by Scotsman Erik Chisholm.
The outstanding Cambini-Paris Quartet uncovers the neglected chamber music of Félicien David.
Composer Christian Horneman's limited but exceptional output has a flair for the theatrical.
Evencio Castellanos' symphonic poems from the 1940s reveal Venezuela at its most voluptuous.
Her E minor Symphony was the first work by a black woman played by a major American orchestra.
Guitarist Pepe Romero makes a strong case for the music of the Puerto Rican-based composer.
East meets West in rarely heard piano concertos by some of Azerbaijan's best composers.
A pair of neglected violin sonatas from the Portuguese composer shine in a new recording.