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Spes [Cantus & Frode Fjellheim] (TheaterByte Blu-ray Audio Review)

Spes is a Norwegian choral recital, nominated for a 2016 GRAMMY, and features Frode Fjellheim with the choral group Cantus, who receive demonstration-quality sound to complement their outstanding performances.

Amdahl: Astrognosia & Aesop [Norwegian Radio Orchestra/Bergby] (TheaterByte Blu-ray Audio)

The Grammy-nominated 'Astrognosia & Aesop' is another splendid aural and musical treat on Blu-ray Audio Disc from Norwegian label 2L.

Arnesen: Magnificat [Jentekor &Trondheim Solistene/Brevik] (TheaterByte Blu-ray Audio Review)

With Magnificat 2L delivers an outstanding Pure Audio Blu-ray Disc that features three works all centering on spirituality.

In the Light of Air: ICE Performs Anna Thorvaldsdottir Blu-ray Audio Review

An engrossing traversal of contemporary music that evokes a large soundscape with an intimate portrayal of the chamber players' instruments.

Miraculous Metamorphosis [Kansas City Symphony/Stern] HRx Review

A thrilling concert of three of the 20th century's most powerful works for symphony orchestra in matchless performances by the Kansas City Symphony and maestro Michael Stern.

Joel Fan: Dances for Piano and Orchestra [Northwest Sinfonietta/Chagnard] HRx Review

A stunning program of virtuosic music for piano and orchestra superbly realized by Joel Fan and the Northwest Sinfonietta.

Peter Gregson: Touch Blu-ray Audio Review

A recital of original contemporary music by composer/cellist Gregson that is both engaging and quite moving.

Mendelssohn: Samtliche Lieder fur gemischten Chor a cappella [Sachsisches Vocalensemble/Matthias Jung] Audio Blu-ray Audio Review

A delightful performance of Mendelssohn's four-part songs that envelops the listener in the soundscape.

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