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Just Released and Now Shipping

October 26, 2012 | MDT Mail Order

A selection of titles that are due for release this Monday and we are shipping now: PIXIS Piano Concerto Op. 100, Concertino Op. 68 THALBERG Piano Concerto Op. 5. Howard Shelley, Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra. Hyperion Romantic Piano Concerto Vol. 58 RIES. FERDINAND Piano Concertos Vol. 5 Op. 42 & Op. 177, Introduction et Rondeau brillant. […]

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Choir of Kings College Cambridge Debut Album Nine Lessons and Carols

October 25, 2012 | MDT Mail Order

The debut album from the Choir of Kings College Cambridge features a specially recorded performance of their glorious ‘Festival of Nine Lessons & Carols’, and includes many of the most well-known Christmas carols as well as new commissions from some of today’s most popular composers. Featuring the music and reading from A Festival of Nine […]

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November New Releases

October 25, 2012 | MDT Mail Order

The complete November new release listing has been published. Any of the titles can be pre-ordered and we will send when available. With the new MDT website, the November listing can be narrowed by Genre, Format etc. by using the filters shown on the left side of the page. The order of the releases can be […]

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Elgar Starlight Express Andrew Davis

October 24, 2012 | MDT Mail Order

Due for release this Monday. The Starlight Express was adapted from a book by Algernon Blackwood, A Prisoner in Fairyland, for a theatre production in the West End during the First World War, with music by Sir Edward Elgar. Combining the usually contrasting elements of fairytale and melodrama, The Starlight Express depicts the fantasy world […]

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Hyperion New Release Bruckner Symphony 7 BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra Donald Runnicles

October 23, 2012 | MDT Mail Order

Donald Runnicles conducts the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra for his debut on Hyperion Records. Runnicles commands his orchestra in Bruckner’s most popular symphony—repertoire that is at the heart of his musical life, and in which he has few living equals. Recent concerts of the works of Bruckner and Wagner have received the highest critical praise, […]

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