Posts tagged as "featured-articles"

Andor Foldes

August 21, 2018

‘Put a little smile on the face of the music…’ Mark Ainley casts a bird’s eye view over Andor Foldes’s crystalline Mozart.

Edo de Waart

July 6, 2018

Niek Nelissen considers Edo de Waart’s Russian recordings with the Rotterdam Philharmonic.

Decca in Belgrade

June 13, 2018

From May through to November 2018, Eloquence will reissue the historic 1950s recordings of Russian operas recorded by the Belgrade National Opera. Peter Quantrill tells the story.

Eileen Joyce

April 20, 2018

From the goldfields in Western Australia, whose capital city is the most remote in the world, Joyce defied incongruous and humble beginnings to forge a career that took her to the international pinnacle of twentieth-century pianism.

Teresa Berganza

March 16, 2018

Acclaimed by Herbert von Karajan, no less, as ‘the Carmen of the century’, Teresa Berganza was a singer who defied easy categorization.

Arthur Fiedler

February 15, 2018

Raymond Tuttle profiles the American conductor a selection of whose orchestral encores are released on Decca Eloquence this month.

Alfredo Campoli

January 22, 2018

David Tunley, renowned scholar and Campoli biographer, profiles the great violinist in tandem with the release of ‘The Bel Canto Violin’ – six 2CD volumes encompassing all of Alfredo Campoli’s Decca LPs.

Simon Preston

October 13, 2017

In November 2017, Eloquence collects together all of the solo organ recordings that Simon Preston made for Argo. Most of these are issued on CD for the first time.

Remembering Jennifer Vyvyan

September 8, 2017

This month, Decca Eloquence brings back Jennifer Vyvyan’s treasured recordings. Her son, Jonathan Crown, contributes a special message.

Melba’s Farewell by Roger Neill

August 10, 2017

‘More farewells than Dame Nellie Melba’ is a familiar (somewhat sarcastic) accusation among Australians. And it’s true that Dame Nellie had many of them.

Concertgebouw Lollipops

July 14, 2017

Small or big, the deliciously naughty lollipop goes Dutch for a unique collection on Eloquence.

Antal Doráti

June 16, 2017

Nick Nelissen chronicles Doráti’s early years in Holland to accompany the release of a 2CD set of rarities of Doráti conducting the Residentie and Concertgebouw Orchestras.