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"Has anyone recorded as much and always with such acumen and communicative
"Wallfisch with Jiří Bělohlávek is peerless among modern interpreters in the
NEW: APRIL 2013
Liszt, Dohnányi & Kodály Music for Cello & Piano
with John York, piano
"These are some very fine works fabulously played by Raphael Wallfisch and John York. The recording from Nimbus' Wyastone Leys venue in Monmouth is clear and detailed and there are excellent notes by John York. I hope we soon have more from this terrific duo."
The Classical Reviewer 21 April 2013
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Concerto - Wallfisch/Mackerras/LSO disc chosen as favourite recording from last 25 years
CD REVIEW - BUILDING A LIBRARY - Musicologist and Czech music specialist Jan Smaczny recommends the Wallfisch/Mackerras disc "for an enjoyable excellently recorded performance from the last 25 years ... This performance is getting the balance between lyricismn and drama absolutely right"
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|NEW: July 2012
PATRIC STANDFORD: Cello Concerto
Royal Scottish National Orchestra, conductor David Lloyd-Jones
"It is a joy to hear Raphael Wallfisch on such splendid form"
Robert Anderson, Music and Vision
|NEW: March 2012
Lionel Sainsbury - Cello Concerto
Royal Scottish National Orchestra / Martin Yates
John Foulds - Cello Concerto
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra / Martin Yates
"One really could not ask from Messrs Wallfisch and Yates and both orchestras for more persuasive world premieres of two concertos that already seem like old friends"
Jeremy Nicholas, Gramophone July 2012 More reviews
|NEW: March 2012
Julius Klengel - a Celebration
with with Cello Classics Ensemble
"The ferociously virtuoso Capriccio for solo cello, played by Raphael Wallfisch, has rarely appeared on CD while other works receive their first recordings. Together with newly remastered recordings of Klengel himself, the CD closes with the ever popular and beautiful Hymnus for 12 cellos.
All the artists on this recording have given their services in aid of MS Research, a charity much associated with the late Jacqueline du Pré (1945-87), grand-pupil of Julius Klengel"
Copyright © 2012 Raphael Wallfisch