• Linn Super Audio Collection Volume 10


    Linn Super Audio Collection Volume 10 1 cd AKP 564
    Linn Records

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Having reached its ten year milestone Linn’s Super Audio Collection series remains as popular as ever. Comprising tracks from across the award-winning label’s most recent releases Linn Super Audio Collection Volume 10 encompasses music from Phantasm, Joe Stilgoe, Dunedin Consort and Ensemble Marsyas. Dip into Linn’s jazz catalogue to share Joe Stilgoe’s enthusiasm for the silver screen with a track from his second movie themes album, Songs On Film: The Sequel. Making their Linn debut in the last year were young pianist Chiyan Wong with an impressive Liszt recital, Irish Baroque Orchestra, guitarist Sean Shibe and Theatre of the Ayre. The critics enthused about Bach’s Christmas Oratorio by Dunedi Consort with The Guardian calling it ‘one of the finest accounts now available’, whilst Phantasm’s Dowland recording earned several five star reviews with Gramophone remarking that it ‘has all the hallmarks of a classic recording.’ Oliver Knussen added to Linn’s impressive roster of conductors with a dazzling account of Stravinsky’s The Soldier’s Tale; his performance sits alongside those by Robin Ticciati, Trevor Pinnock and Thomas Søndergård who returned to conduct Berlioz, Mozart and Sibelius respectively. The iconic Gothic Voices brought their thirty years performing experience to bear as they created their trademark evocative sound world on Mary Star of the Sea. Whether you are discovering Linn for the first time or compiling your 2017 wish list, this collection is for you.

"...the playing of the Royal Academy's Manson Ensemble is taut, fearless and detailed."
The Guardian
"...this is a glorious opportunity for the musicians of the Irish Baroque Orchestra to take centre stage, and they do so with devil-maycare aplomb."
BBC Music Magazine
"Joe Stilgoe is a master. Even dedicated non-jazz lovers will find this irresistible."
The Observer
"John Butt's Dunedin Consort does it again….infectious energy and exhilarating musicianship."
The Scotsman