The Emersons transform Schumann's emotional volatility into pure gold.
Greg Keane has been a Limelight contributor since 2008. He is a copywriter and has also lectured in music appreciation in the adult education sector. He has a prodigious collection of LPs and was previously a producer (aka the Dark Lord of Vinyl) of ABC Classic FM.
Articles by Greg Keane
Isaacs takes us on a picturesque musical journey, but maybe skip the booklet notes.
Many hands make Beethoven light (sometimes heavy) work.
A truly sensational discovery says fasten your seatbelt!
Barenboim and co. get to the heart of Elgar's most "English" scores
Fischer’s forces sing a Song of the Earth for the ages.
A recording that shows Black Music also matters.
Music's cure for insomnia, slightly soporific.
The Tetlaffs deliver cool but searching late Beethoven.
A string of gems from an unjustly neglected composer.
The "other" SSO punches above its weight in Richard Strauss.
Grieg's neglected violin sonatas are a musical dose of vitamin D.
Much more Gold than Corn in this glorious CD.