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Classic 107 FM Featured Albums

Classical and Jazz recordings as selected and featured on Winnipeg's Classic 107 FM.

Recent selections include...

Island Songs

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by Olafur Arnalds - $22.99 - Add to Cart

Over the course of seven weeks in the summer 2016, Ólafur Arnalds was traveling to seven very different locations in Iceland to record a series of new compositions. In each location he collaborated with local artists to create and perform a new song. Explore the album and its featured locations on

Jazz Loves Disney

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by VARIOUS - $14.99 - Add to Cart

The album includes a host of big band jazz covers of famous Disney songs by artists including Gregory Porter, Melody Gardot, Jamie Cullum and other leading music stars. The album was produced by Jay Newland and arranged and directed by Rob Mounsey. Track Listing: 1. Jamie Cullum – Everybody Wants to be a Cat 2. Melody Gardot – He’s a tramp 3. Stacey Kent – Bibbidi Bobbodo Boo – French Version 4. Gregory Porter – When you wish Upon a star 5. China Moses – Why don’t you do Right 6. Raphaël Gualazzi – I wanna Be like You 7. The Rob Mounsey Orchestra – A Dream is a Wish your Heart Makes 8. Hugh Coltman – You’ve Got A Friend In Me 9. Anne Sila – Let it Go 10. Melody Gardot & Raphael Gualazzi – The Bare Necessities 11. Laika – Once upon a Dream 12. Nikki Yanofsky – Un Jour mon Prince viendra

Mozart 225; New Complete Edition / Various

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by VARIOUS ARTISTS - $425.99 - Add to Cart

In celebration of Mozart’s 225th anniversary this individually numbered limited edition is a fusion of the latest scholarship with 240 hours of benchmark performances from 600 world-class artists and state-of-the-art sound recording presents Mozart’s entire work, including every last fragment, in the most authoritative edition ever created. The New Complete Edition Box Set includes: 200 CDs, 2 Hardback Books, 5 tracklist books with full recording information, New Kochel Catalogue Guide, 4 Art Prints, Numbered Edition Certificates. It presents over 240 hours of music, 600 solo performers and ensembles including 60 orchestras and every significant Mozart interpreter of the past 30 years. Five hours of new recordings have been commissioned for this Edition including premieres of previously-lost compositions and every perform-able fragment. Moreover, a further 25 CDs present key works in great alternative versions, while five more CDs present legendary and historic performances, making this Edition a document of the greatest Mozart performances as well as of his complete works.

Philip Glass; Piano Works

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by VIKINGUR OLAFSSON - $14.99 - Add to Cart

The Deutsche Grammophon debut of Icelandic pianist Vikingur Olafsson. Described by The New York Times as a “splendid pianist” and by Piano News as an “immense talent”, Ólafsson is much sought-after by international conductors, orchestras and artists as both a chamber and concert musician. Now 32, he graduated in 2008 from The Juilliard School, where he studied with Robert McDonald, and has since released three albums on Dirrindí, the label he set up in 2009. Last year he contributed two solo piano pieces and the Valse des fleurs for piano four hands to Deutsche Grammophon’s 30-CD Stravinsky Complete Edition. Ólafsson is also Artistic Director of the annual Reykjavík Midsummer Music festival, which he founded in 2012, and last year took over from Martin Fröst as curator of Sweden’s Vinterfest. A year ago Philip Glass handpicked some pianists to perform all of his Etudes together at the Barbican in London. Víkingur Ólafsson was one of them and according to the press he was “the highlight of the evening” (Sean and Heard International). The new CD features a selection of Glass' etudes and other works, which Olafsson plays with clarity, confidence and even more depth than the composer himself.

Piano Portraits

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by Rick Wakeman - $14.99 - Add to Cart

The 100th solo album from Rick Wakeman, who has re-interpreted some of the music that has impacted and influenced his life over the decades, taking in 70s rock and pop, classical, jazz and choral. Songs like Stairway to Heaven, Life on Mars, Space Oddity, Morning Has Broken and works by Debussy and Tchaikovsky, capture a taste of Wakeman's many years of music. Wakeman says: “I’ve been wanting to do a piano album for years and I spent quite a bit of time looking at everything from straight classical pieces to stuff that I’d played on in the past like ‘Morning Has Broken’ and ‘Life On Mars’,” Wakeman explains. “Plus pieces of music that I thought would work really well like Stairway to Heaven and classics like ‘Clair de Lune’. Nearly all of the tracks have a memory for me somewhere down the line and it just seemed to work.”

Up & Coming

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by John Abercrombie - $15.99 - Add to Cart

Guitarist John Abercrombie – who has recorded as a leader for ECM since 1974 – returns with a second album by his quartet featuring Marc Copland on piano, along with longtime rhythm partners Drew Gress and Joey Baron. Extolling 39 Steps, the group’s 2013 album, the Financial Times said: “The emphasis is on subtle intrigue, flowing lyricism and the interplay between the leader’s warm, cleanly articulated guitar and Copland’s piano… with bassist Gress and drummer Baron equally supple and sinewy companions.” The same virtues of lyrical melody and harmonic/rhythmic subtlety are apparent with the new Up and Coming, though with even more emphasis on the enduring values of song. Abercrombie’s liquid phrasing and glowing tone – enabled by the thumb technique he has honed since eschewing a plectrum in recent years – animate his five originals and the pair by Copland, as well as a take on the Miles Davis classic “Nardis” done in the spirit of Bill Evans. Up and Coming has a twilight atmosphere, with melodic flow the guiding light.