Posts tagged as "erik-satie"

The Little Ballerina (Classics for Kids)

June 15, 2018

The perfect introduction to ballet music as little ballerinas take their first steps into the magical world of ballet. From sugar plums to fairy princes and skating couples to waltzing flowers, each track is carefully selected to delight young listeners.  

The Cambridge Buskers Collection

January 20, 2017

Is nothing sacred? The Cambridge Buskers bring their madcap humour to the greats of classical music – everything from the ‘Hallelujah Chorus’ and the ‘1812 Overture’ to Ravel’s ‘Bolero’ and the ‘Teddy Bears’ Picnic’! And not forgetting Beethoven’s Nine Symphonies in under four minutes… This 4CD set brings together the pair’s most famous albums, released […]

The Best of Erik Satie

May 4, 2016

Erik Satie was eccentric and genius rolled into one. And his influence on generations of other composers cannot be underestimated. Here, together with the popular ‘Gymnopedies’ and ‘Gnossiennes’ (all of them), are heard some other lesser-known piano pieces of his. All are well worth exploring, especially in these mesmeric performances by the Dutch pianist, Reinbert de […]