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Cat No: 8574178
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 2nd October 2020
ArtistsRoyal Scottish National Orchestra
Jean-Luc Tingaud’s recordings for Naxos have always done very well, with Poulenc’s Les Biches (8573739) given a 10/10 score by ClassicsToday.com, along with comments such as ‘Tingaud’s precise, clear-eyed direction is just what this music needs’. Vincent d’Indy’s Second Symphony (8573522), also with the RSNO, was given a rave review by Fanfare: ‘This recording [by] Tingaud and his Scottish orchestra should absolutely fire up new interest in a composer who has been unjustly neglected. Very strongly, if not urgently, recommended.’
Their most recent recording of Franck’s symphonic poem Psyché (8573955) also received a 10/10 score from ClassicsToday.com and the ‘Supersonic’ award from Pizzicato: ‘we are dealing with top-class performances here… Repertoire value and interpretation justify our top rating.’
The Royal Scottish National Orchestra has a worldwide reputation for the quality of its recordings, receiving two Diapason d’or de l’année awards for Symphonic Music and eight GRAMMY Award nominations over the last decade. The RSNO’s numerous Naxos recordings include Roussel’s Symphony no.2 (8570529) which gained the Gramophone ‘Editor’s Choice’.
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