Posts tagged as "august-wenzinger"

Telemann: Musique de Table

May 15, 2017

Back in 1950, August Wenzinger was flying the flag for Telemann at a time when the composer’s sheer fertility of invention defeated most musicians and listeners (perhaps it still does). He noted that the composer’s creative power was to be found in his personal motto, ‘Pleasure and diligence’: qualities to be appreciated in abundance in […]

Ave Maria – Sacred Songs

April 29, 2016

A delectable – and ever popular – collection of sacred songs sung by four of the most famous female singers of our time. Includes the Bach/Gounod ‘Ave Maria’ and the Schubert ‘Ave Maria’, favourite soprano arias from Bach’s sacred works and inspiring movements from the sacred works of Bruckner, Stradella and Dvorak.