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Circus screams

Screams rend the air, blood stains the ground, and the show goes on.

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Classic music for young men

The most pointless album on earth?

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Bach on accordion

Different sonics, different mood.

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Dosti Music Project

Light at the end of the tunnel.

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Colin Stetson: History Warfare Vol.2

Stetson’s sonically rich music is more for the body than for brains.

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Jon Balke: Siwan

Encountering cultures is not an automatic short-cut to a happy ending, but drawing on various Mediterranean influences Jon Blake’s Siwan is a true master-piece.

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Close and far

Janet Feder’s fifth album is a strong demonstration of her musical and sonic sensibilities.

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Scott Walker: Bish Bosch

Scott Walker sends a clear message to the ‘unlistening’: Tilt, Drift, Bish Bosh!

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Beethoven prudently keyed

The great concerts get a chamber music interpretation.

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Magical moments

With this release, the Swedish guitarist Ulf Wakenius pays tribute to all the famous artists he’s been working with.

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Intriguing Dálava

On its debut album, the NYC based band Dálava interprets a hundred years old folk songs.

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Respighi’s wonderful birds

Respighi borrowed from the Italian baroque music and combined the influences with the late 19th century romantic style to create enchanting original orchestral music.

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Mali Blues

When tourism has virtually dried up and the musicians can no longer make a living like they once could.

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Berio: Sinfonia

A milestone for 20th century Western art music.

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Medieval polyphony and unique sound

The Trio Mediaeval makes the northern wind sing.

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The Sound of the Desert’s Silence

The tracks may repeat each other, but the artistic quality of the music is high, and the material realized with an infallible consistency.

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Fantastic Graupner

Looking for Baroque music that shines both in terms of melody and treatment of harmony, but isn’t too “serious”?

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Michael Vincent Waller: The South Shore

Michael Vincent Waller plays with modal scales to paint impressionistic landscape images.

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Celebrating ECM

Jazz classics with a double-bass, tenor saxophone and orchestra.

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