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CHSA 5111
Elgar: The Starlight Express
CHSA 5058
Foulds: A World Requiem, Op. 60
CHSA 5121
Grainger: Works for Large Chorus and Orchestra
CHSA 5034
Walton: Christopher Columbus/ Hamlet and Ophelia
CHAN 10673
Bacewicz: Violin Concertos, Volume 2

“... The performances are exemplary. Kurkowicz, as she has shown in the preceding Chandos releases, has a real feel for Bacewicz’s idiom and the technical ability to deal with its virtuosic demands. She is the star of the show throughout, quite rightly, but is ably supported by orchestra, conductor and a typically fine Chandos recording ...”

Guy Rickards – Tempo  - October 2012

CHAN 9879
Bax: Orchestral Works

‘…in the Chandos Bax series, the recording is exemplary.’
Gramophone on CHAN 9003 (Bax Violin Concerto, etc.)

CHAN 10670
Bowen: Symphonies Nos 1 & 2

"...If you like Romantic and colorful orchestral scores with long lyrical lines, you will love these compositions. Sir Andrew Davis and the BBC Philharmonic perform with sensuous beauty and emotive excitement. Chandos’ lush but clear sound is an added plus."   *****

Robert Moon - Audiophile Audition - 16 January 2012

CHAN 10201
Cui: A Feast in Time of Plague etc.

'It is fluently done, with some entertaining orchestral invention which Polyansky and the players handle colourfully.'

CHAN 10778
Dobrzynski: Symphony No. 2 etc.

 "...The orchestra is outstanding, led by a conductor who has no inhibitions about delivering a full dynamic range, crisp articulation, and meticulous attention to rhythmic accuracy."

Robert Marlow - Fanfare - January/February 2014

CHAN 10439
Dyson: Nebuchadnezzar/ Woodland Suite/Three Songs of Praise

This is the first recording, and Dyson is lucky because it is outstanding. There are no comparisons to make, but can you imagine abetter tenor than Mark Padmore or a better bass than Neal Davies for this music? Do you know a chorus that would sing it better than the BBC Chorus? Is there a conductor who could make it more gripping than Mr Hickox does? No, it is quite wonderful… The Chandos sound is superb.
American Record Guide

CHAN 10570
Elgar: Crown of India/ Imperial March/Coronation March

“…this could not be better performed and all musical friends of The Lutyens Trust should purchase this beautifully present double CD album without delay.”

Mervyn Miller

The Lutyens Trust Newsletter - Spring 2010

CHAN 9888
Finzi: Violin Concerto

‘…John Mark Ainsley brings an exquisite darkness to these persuasive readings… [Tasmin] Little could not be a more committed, yet gentle soloist: this is absolutely her repertoire’.
BBC Music Magazine

CHAN 9845
Grechaninov: Symphony No. 5 · Missa Oecumenica

‘Do yourself a treat and put it on your shopping list; you’ll love it’.

CHAN 9886
Hummel: Piano Concertos

Shelleys performances combine spirit and finesse…
Classic FM Magazine ‘Record of the Month’

CHAN 10255
Hummel: Violin Concertos in E & G/ Piano Variations/Potpourri

'A warm welcome for this latest disc of concertante works by Hummel, superbly played and recorded, particularly since three of the works are new to the catalogue, notably the Violin Concerto.'

CHAN 10666
Kienzl: Lieder, Volume 1


Roberto Brusotti - Musica - November 2011

CHAN 10789
Mascagni: Orchestral Works

 “… The Filharmonica ‘900 Teatro Reggio Torino was founded in 2003, at the initiative of the musicians of Turin’s distinguished opera orchestra. It is a first-rate ensemble, and Noseda conducts fluent , dynamic performances. Chandos’s sound is warm and detailed, and I can recommend this appealing CD.”

Paul Orgel – Fanfare – March/April 2014

CHAN 10596
Moeran: Complete Solo Songs

“…definitely recommended. …

Barry Benesal


Fanfare - November/December 2010

CHAN 10740
Parry: Works for Chorus and Orchestra

“A rather wonderful disc comprising almost entirely World Premiere performances of works for orchestra and chorus by Sir Charles Hubert Hastings Parry... Amazing that these stirring works have lain unrecorded for so long – an essential disc for any lover of English music!”
EM Marshall-Luck – Spirited-The Gazette of the English Music Festival – December 2012

CHAN 10211
Scott: Neptune/ Symphony No. 3/Piano Concerto

'The always dependable Howard Shelley plays the concerto with real animation and flair, and Martyn Brabbins has a real feel for Scott's iridescent soundscapes.'
American Record Review

CHAN 10452
Scott: Concerto for Cello and Orchestra/ Symphony No. 1

CHAN 10390
Taneyev: Symphonies Nos 1 and 3

Taneyev’s credentials as a Romantic symphonist are underlined by the Chandos coupling nof the First and tThird, works of strength, personality and formidable craftsmanship. In terms of musical interest and quality of performance… merits attention.
The Telegraph

CHAN 9902
Vaughan Williams: A London Symphony (Original 1913 version)

"...He [Hickox] draws ravishing sounds throughout from the LSO, with an unerring feeling for idiomatic rubato and a powerful control of massive dynamic contrasts... The sumptuous Chandos sound, with an extraordinarily widedynamic  range, adds to the impact of the performance, which comes with a short but valuable and beautifully played fill-up."

The Penguin Guide - 1000 Greatest Classical Recordings 2011-12

CHAN 0795
Purcell: The Unknown Purcell: Sonatas by Daniel Purcell

“... this well-played recording is a find for those interested in 17th century music.”

Michael Ullman – Fanfare – July/August 2013

CHAN 0724
Hummel: Mass/ Salve Regina

Unjustly neglected works enjoy superb advocacy under Richard Hickox’s baton…
Gramophone ‘Record of the Month’, Gramophone Awards 2003 ‘best choral recording’ on CHAN 0681

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