Plenty of interest in the latest trawl of the archives from Australian Eloquence.
Phillip Scott is a long-time reviewer for Limelight and US music journal Fanfare. He has written four novels and the scores of several children’s shows for Monkey Baa Theatre Company. He is best known for his work as performer, writer and Musical Director for The Wharf Revue.
Articles by Phillip Scott
Nelsons’ Strauss: distinguished, thoughtful, and superbly played.
Brilliant playing of music that belongs firmly in the concert repertoire.
Gray presents a broad survey of Saint-Saëns’ secondary works.
Review: Paul Hindemith: Symphony ‘Mathis der Maler’, Nusch-Nuschi-Tanze & Sancta Susanna (Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra, Marin Alsop)
A stunning juxtaposition of naughty and nice Hindemith.
Review: Schnittke: Concerto for Piano and Strings & Prokofiev: Symphony No 2 (Cleveland Orchestra, Franz Welser-Möst)
A long-standing orchestra/conductor team at their peak.
Eloquence restores some landmarks in the history of recorded classical music.
A terrific mix of Americana, both known and unknown.
Ricci takes us back to an era when violinists were stars.
Review: Christopher Gunning: Symphony No 5, String Quartet No 1 (Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Christopher Gunning, Juno Quartet)
The English symphony is alive and well.
Two comprehensive collections of a conductor at the top of his game.
A fascinating program of rare Americana, stunningly played.
Clarinet stars in more discoveries from an overlooked composer.