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Resonus receives great reviews from new app Classical Ear!

28 Oct 2013

Resonus receives great reviews from new app Classical Ear!

Launched only this year the innovative new classical recordings review app Classical Ear has already featured a good number of great reviews of Resonus titles.

Among these reviews is further acclaim for Resonus's first release, the premiere recording of Mendelssohn's Octet in its original version by the Eroica Quartet & Friends (RES10101): 'This scintillating performance gives us a fresh look at a work that has never lost its freshness'.

The Eroica Quartet's release of the Debussy and Ravel quartets (RES10107) receives this plaudit: 'They certainly succeed in underlining the lyric warmth of both works; the expression is strong but comfortable at every point, in contrast to so many modern quartet performances that overemphasize the dramatic.'

Also included is a review of Fantasticus' debut album (RES10112) and their second album Sonnerie & other portraits (RES10122): 'This is, quite simply, a release not to be missed' (on RES10112).

And Stephen Farr's recording of J.S. Bach's Clavier-Übung III (RES10120) gets further recognition: '[...] Farr's playing needs no musicological justification; it sparkles and seduces in equal measure, and the choice of instrument (the 1975 Metzler at Trinity College, Cambridge) seems completely wedded to the score.'  

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