A concept album with personal insight into pre-war Jewish life

‘The Jerusalem Quartet has assembled a well-contrasted array of music’

Forgotten cello masters are given a voice at last

'Carrai and Zhu roll out one world-premiere recording after another'

A dazzling duo exude mystery and intensity in Beethoven cello works

'Alexei Grynyuk handles his part with delicacy and flexibility, and his articulation throughout this recording is pellucid even at top speed'

A magnificent programme of trios from the Smetana

‘Intensely emotional language packed with swooning melodies’

Tasmin Little shines a light on miraculous works by female composers

'This album makes a seemingly effortless case for the music of these composers'

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