International Classic Music Award 2016 – CONCERTOS
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Nikolai Medtner: Piano Concerto No. 3 – Alexander Scriabin: Piano Concerto
Yevgeny Sudbin
Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra, Andrew Litton
BIS Records 2088
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International Classic Music Award 2015 – CHAMBER MUSIC
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Ludwig van Beethoven: Streichtrio op. 3 – Serenade op. 8;

Trio Zimmermann: Frank-Peter Zimmermann, Antoine Tamestit, Christian Poltéra

BIS 2087

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Jahrespreis der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik 2014

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Beethoven: Trio op.3, Serenade op.8,

Trio Zimmermann: Frank-Peter Zimmermann, Antoine Tamestit, Christian Poltéra

BIS 2087

Vor sieben Jahren tat sich der brillante Geiger Frank Peter Zimmermann mit dem Weltklassebratscher Antoine Tamestit und dem Supercellisten Christian Poltéra zum Trio zusammen, um Schubert und Mozart zu spielen. So weit, so prächtig. Solche Sternstunden muss man eigentlich sofort vergolden, sie sind flüchtig. Weil die Literatur für diese heikle Besetzung überschaubar ist, gab und gibt es (außer dem Grumiaux-Trio) kaum je feste Streich-Trio-Ensembles. Das Trio Zimmermann aber blieb zusammen – oder vielmehr, es traf sich wieder und wieder, und auch dieses, ihr drittes Album, das eine Lanze bricht für die vernachlässigten frühen Beethoventrios, ist der pure Glücksfall. An Geistesgegenwart, Finesse, Lässigkeit, Virtuosität, Perfektion und Tiefe ist das Spiel dieser drei nicht zu überbieten. Kurzum: Noch nie gab es eine Formation, so gut wie diese. (Für die Jury: Eleonore Büning)

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International Classic Music Award 2014 – BEST COLLECTION
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Paul Hindemith: Violin Concerto – Violin Sonatas?Frank Peter Zimmermann, violin, Enrico Pace, piano, Paavo Järvi, Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra, Paavo Järvi?BIS 2024A reminder of Hindemith’s close affinity with the violin, this rewarding release treads fearlessly with the greatest of all works he wrote for it. Though the Violin Concerto is a piece with a distinguished discography, Frank Peter Zimmermann and Paavo Järvi find its supercharged energy and lyricism like few other interpreters. An intelligent and fascinating sequence of the sonatas (where Enrico Pace fully matches Zimmermann’s musicianship) completes this highly satisfying collection.http://www.icma-info.com/winners-2014/
Grammy Award Winner 2013 – Best Orchestral Performance
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Jean Sibelius: Symphonies Nos 1 & 4Minnesota Orchestra, Osmo Vänskä

BIS 1996

 

Jahrespreis der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik 2013

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Paul Hindemith: Violinkonzert (1939), Sonate für Violine Solo op. 31,2, Sonate für Violine und Klavier op. 11,1, Sonate in E, Sonate in C.Frank Peter Zimmermann, Enrico Pace, RSO Frankfurt, Paavo Järvi

BIS 2024

Das Violinkonzert von Paul Hindemith konnte sich bislang noch keinen festen Platz im Repertoire der Geiger erobern. Umso mehr ist es zu begrüßen, dass Frank Peter Zimmermann das Werk seit Jahren immer wieder aufführt. Jetzt hat er es mit dem Sinfonieorchester des Hessischen Rundfunks unter Leitung von Paavo Järvi sehr tonschön, tiefblickend und geigerisch höchst souverän eingespielt. Auch die Kopplung mit ausgewählten Werken aus dem Fundus der Kammermusik ist eine echte Horizonterweiterung und ein überzeugendes Plädoyer für Hindemith. So werden noch bestehende Vorurteile gegenüber seiner Musik geistreich und subtil widerlegt. (Für die Jury: Norbert Hornig)

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International Classic Music Award 2013 – CONCERTOS

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Dances to a Black Pipe: Copland – Brahms – Fröst – Piazzolla – Hillborg – Högberg

Martin Fröst, Australian Chamber Orchestra, Richard Tognetti

BIS 1863

In these outstanding performances the Swedish Clarinet player Martin Fröst offers another impressive demonstration of his wide-ranging virtuosity and musical souplesse. He builds around the Copland Clarinet Concerto an unusual programme of works related to dance: Klezmer, Tango, Hungarian dances by Brahms, but also contemporary dances by Lutoslawski and Fröst’s compatriots Hillborg and Högberg.

BBC Classical Music Award 2013 – CHAMBER

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Beethoven: String Trios, Op. 9 Nos 1-3

Trio Zimmermann: Frank-Peter Zimmermann, Antoine Tamestit, Christian Poltéra

BIS 1857

Diapason D’Or de l’Année 2012 – musique du chambre

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Beethoven: String Trios, Op. 9 Nos 1-3

Trio Zimmermann: Frank-Peter Zimmermann, Antoine Tamestit, Christian Poltéra

BIS 1857

Réunir trois solistes exceptionnels dans l’Opus 9 beethovénien ? L’idée n’est pas neuve mais Zimmermann, Tamestit et Poltéra surclassent tous leurs collègues par leur palette et leur fraîcheur.

Grammis (Swedish Grammy) 2012

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Anders Hillborg: King Tide (1999); Exquisite Corpse (2002); Dreaming River (1998); Eleven Gates (2005–06)

Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra/ Sakari Oramo [King Tide] / Alan Gilbert [Exquisite Corpse] / Esa-Pekka Salonen [Dreaming River, Eleven Gates]

BIS 1406

Diapason D’Or de l’Année 2011 – concerto

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Max Bruch: Concerto No.1 in G minor for Violin and Orchestra, Op.26; Romance in F major, Op.85 (originally for viola and orchestra); String Quintet in A minor, Op. posth. (1918)

Vadim Gluzman, violin; Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra/ Andrew Litton; Sandis Šteinbergs, violin; Maxim Rysanov, viola; Ilze Klava, viola; Reinis Birznieks, cello

BIS 1852

‘Attention: exceptional talent’, and Vadim Gluzman was credited for ‘breathing new life into a certain golden age of the violin… through his lustrous violin sound, his unapologetic panache, his straightforward subtlety…’

ResMusica – Clef d’or 2011

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orchestra); String Quintet in A minor, Op. posth. (1918)

Vadim Gluzman, violin; Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra/ Andrew Litton; Sandis Šteinbergs, violin; Maxim Rysanov, viola; Ilze Klava, viola; Reinis Birznieks, cello

BIS 1852

 

BBC Classical Music Award 2011 – CHORAL

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Johan Sebastian Bach: Motets BWV 225-230 ?Bach Collegium Japan, Masaaki Suzuki?BIS 1841

 

Diapason D’Or de l’Année 2011

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Jean Sibelius: The Tempest, Op.109, The Bard, Op.64, Tapiola, Op.112

Lahti Symphony Orchestra, Okko Kamu

BIS 1945

Jahrespreis der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik 2010

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Johan Sebastian Bach: Motets BWV 225-230 ?Bach Collegium Japan, Masaaki Suzuki?BIS 1841Das Bach-Collegium Japan unter seinem Leiter Masaaki Suzuki hat sich für Bachs Motetten viel Zeit gelassen. Erst nach der Beschäftigung mit den Kantaten, Passionen, Oratorien und der h-moll-Messe haben sich die Profisänger aus Tokyo der hochvirtuosen Vokalarchitektur zugewandt, die sich in Bachs Motetten exemplarisch spiegelt. Das Ergebnis ist erstaunlich. Diese Aufnahme mischt die Erkenntnisse der Musikwissenschaft mit sinnlicher Lust und anspringender Intelligenz der Textdeutung. Was die Musizierpraxis betrifft: Instrumente spielen die Vokalparts mit, bisweilen schälen sich Solisten aus dem Gesamtchor heraus. Bei Altmeister Bach war das nicht anders. Die CD ist auch der Triumph eines Teams, denn die Japaner produzieren seit je beim schwedischen Label BIS. (Für die Jury: Wolfram Goertz)

Diapason D’Or de l’Année 2010

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Johan Sebastian Bach: Motets BWV 225-230 ?Bach Collegium Japan, Masaaki Suzuki?BIS 1841

BBC Music Magazine Award 2010 – Technical Excellence Award

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Mendelssohn: Symphony No.2 “Lobgesang”

Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra/ Andrew Litton; Judith Howarth (Sop); Jennifer Larmore (Mezzo); Christoph Prégardien (Tenor); Mixed Choir (Bergen Phil Choir, Danish Radio Choir, Norwegian Soloist Choir)

BIS 1704

‘Turn it up a bit and you’ll feel the living room walls melt away, and you’re there in the Grieg Hall’s acoustic experiencing a realistic concert hall balance and a proper live sense of occasion.’

Grammophone Award 2009 – Orchestral Category

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Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No.2 in D major, Op.36 and No.7 in A major, Op.92

Minnesota Orchestra, Osmo Vänskä

BIS 1816

 

MIDEM Classical Award 2009

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Ludwig van Beethoven Works for Piano and Orchestra: Piano Concerto in E flat major, WoO4 (orchestral score reconstructed by Ronald Brautigam); Rondo in B flat major, WoO6; Piano Concerto No.2 in B flat major, Op.19

Ronald Brautigam, piano; Norrköping Symphony Orchestra/ Andrew Parrott

BIS 1792

 

Diapason D’Or de l’Année 2009

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Heitor Villa-Lobos: Choros 5 (pno), 7 (septet), 11 (pno + orch)

Cristina Ortiz, piano; São Paulo Symphony Orchestra (OSESP)/ John Neschling

BIS 1440

 

Diapason D’Or de l’Année 2008

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Johann Sebastian Bach: Mass in B minor, BWV 232

Bach Collegium Japan/ Masaaki Suzuki; Carolyn Sampson, soprano I; Rachel Nicholls, soprano II; Robin Blaze, alto; Gerd Türk, tenor; Peter Kooij bass

BIS 1701,02

 

Spelmannprisen (Norwegian Grammy) 2008

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Sergei Prokofiev: Romeo and Juliet: Suite No.1, Op.64bis (1936); Suite No.2, Op.64ter (1936); Suite No.3, Op.101 (1946) – performed in the order the music appears in the ballet score

Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra/ Andrew Litton

BIS 1301

 

MIDEM Classical Award 2006

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Nordic Spell – flute concertos by Aho, Haukur, Lindberg Kalevi Aho: Concerto for Flute and Orchestra (2002); Haukur Tómasson: Flute Concerto No.2 (2001); Christian Lindberg: The World of Montuagretta (concerto for flute and chamber orchestra, 2001-2002)

Sharon Bezaly, flute; Lahti Symphony Orchestra/ Osmo Vänskä; Iceland Symphony Orchestra/ Bernhar?ur Wilkinson; Swedish Chamber Orchestra/ Christian Lindberg

BIS 1499

Classical Internet Award 2005 – Keyboard

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Domenico Scarlatti: Piano Sonatas. Sonata in B flat major, K545; Sonata in F minor, K466; Sonata in F minor, K365; Sonata in D major, K435; Sonata in B minor, K87; Sonata in C major, K487; Sonata in F sharp minor, K448; Sonata in D major, K492; Sonata in G minor, K30; Sonata in G major, K455; Sonata in G minor; Sonata in E major, K20; Sonata in A major, K429; Sonata in G minor, K426; Sonata in G major, K427; Sonata in B minor, K197; Sonata in B minor, K27; Sonata in A major, K24

Yevgeny Sudbin, piano

BIS 1508

BBC Radio 3 – Chritics Choice 2005

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Sergei Rachmaninov: Variations on a theme of Chopin, Op.22; Song Transcriptions – ‘Lilacs’, Op.21 No.5 and ‘Daisies’, Op.38 No.3; Piano Sonata No.2, Op.36. Fritz Kreisler, transcribed by Sergei Rachmaninov: Liebesleid; Liebesfreud

Yevgeny Sudbin, piano

BIS 1518

CD Compact – Contemporary CD of the year 2005

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Peteris Vasks: Violin Concerto ‘Distant Light’ (1996/97); Musica dolorosa (1983); Viatore (2001)

Swedish Chamber Orchestra; Katarina Andreasson, solo violin and leader

BIS 1150

 

Diapason D’Or de l’Année 2004

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Max Reger: Romance for Viola and Piano (1901); Three Suites for Solo Viola, Op.131d; Sonata in B flat major for Viola and PianoNobuko Imai, viola and Ronald Brautigam, piano

BIS 1211

 

Cannes Classical Award 2004

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Joseph Haydn: Keyboard Sonatas, Volume 7 – Esterházy Sonatas [II] (No.39 in D major, Hob. XVI/24; No.40 in E flat major, Hob. XVI/25; No.41 in A major, Hob. XVI/26); Sonata No.33 in C minor, Hob. XVI/20.Ronald Brautigam, fortepiano

BIS 1163

The Grieg Society of Great Britain – Record of the Year Award 2004

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Edvard Grieg and Björnson: Sigurd Jorsalfar, incidental music for baritone, male choir and orchestra, Op.22; Landkjenning, Op.31, for baritone, male choir and orchestra; Bergliot, Op.42, melodrama for declamation and orchestra; Sørgemarsj over Rikard Nordraak, EG117 (arranged by Johan Halvorsen) for orchestra; Den Bergtekne, Op.32, for baritone and orchestraHåkan Hagegård, baritone; Gørild Mauseth, narrator; Male-voice choir from the Bergen Philharmonic Choir, Seim Songkor and Kor Vest; Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra/ Ole Kristian Ruud

BIS 1391

Grammis Sweden 2004

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Concerto in A major for Clarinet and Orchestra, KV622 (1791); Clarinet Quintet in A major, KV581 (1789)Martin Fröst, basset clarinet/clarinet; Amsterdam Sinfonietta/ Peter Oundjian; Vertavo String Quartet

BIS 1263

 

Le Monde de la Musique – Choc de l’Année 2004

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Johann Sebastian Bach, Cantatas Vol. 24, ‘Liebster Gott, wenn werd ich sterben’, BWV 8 (plus opening chorus of second version); ‘Allein zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ’, BWV 33; ‘Herr Jesu Christ, du höchstes Gut’, BWV 113Bach Collegium Japan/ Masaaki Suzuki; Yukari Nonoshita, soprano; Robin Blaze, counter-tenor; Gerd Türk, tenor; Peter Kooij, bass

BIS 1351

 

5th Annual Latin GRAMMY® Awards 2004

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Georges Bizet: L’arlésienne, Suites No.1 & No.2. Georges Bizet/José Serebrier: CarmenSymphonyOrquestra Simfònica de Barcelona i Nacional de Catalunya/ José Serebrier

BIS 1305

Cannes Classical Award 2003

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10__Pasted-Graphic-21Aperitif – Charles Gounod: Concertino for Flute and Small Orchestra. François Devienne: Concerto No.7 in E minor for Flute and Orchestra (c.1787). Camille Saint-Saëns: Romance in D flat major for flute and orchestra, Op.37 (1871); Airs de ballet d’Ascanio: Adagio & Variation (1890) for flute and orchestra; A) Tarentelle in A minor for flute, clarinet and orchestra, Op.6 (1857); Odelette in D major for flute and orchestra, Op.162 (1920). Gabriel Fauré: Fantaisie for flute and chamber orchestra, Op.79 (1898).

Sharon Bezaly, flute; Tapiola Sinfonietta/ Jean-Jacques Kantorow; A) Harri Mäki, clarinetBIS 1359

Cannes Classical Award 2003

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From A to Z, Volume 2. Fulvio Caldini: Thelema’s Hot Machine, Op.33 (1986). Sven-Erik Bäck: Sonata for Flute solo (1949). Elliott Carter: Scrivo in vento (1991). Joseph Bodin de Boismortier: Première Suite in E minor, Op.35 (1731). Yehezkel Braun: Sonata for Flute (1955/87). Gloria Coates: Reaching for the Moon for flute solo (1987/88). Leonhard von Call: Fantasia I, Op.6 No.1, for flute solo. Daniel Börtz: Tinted Drawings for flute solo (2001)Sharon Bezaly, flute

BIS 1259

Diapason D’Or de l’Année 2003

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J.S. Bach: Cantatas, Volume 22. O Ewigkeit, du Donnerwort, BWV 20; Christ unser Herr zum Jordan kam, BWV 7; Was frag ich nach der Welt, BWV 94Soloists (Yukari Nonoshita, Robin Blaze, Jan Kobow, Peter Kooij); Bach Collegium Japan/ Masaaki SuzukiBIS 1321

The Grieg Society of Great Britain – Record of the Year Award 2003

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Edvard Grieg: Norwegian Dances, Op.35 (1881); Symphonic Dances, Op.64 (1896/1898); Lyric Suite, Op.54 (1889-1891)

Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra/ Ole Kristian RuudBIS 1291

 

Cannes Classical Award 2003

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Karl Weigl: Symphony No.5, ‘Apocalyptic Symphony’ (1945); Phantastisches Intermezzo for orchestra, Op.18 (1921). Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin/ Thomas SanderlingBIS 1077

 

Prelude Classical Awards 2003 – Sacred Baroque Music

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Johann Sebastian Bach, Cantatas Vol. XVIII: Cantata No.66, ‘Erfreut euch, ihr Herzen’, BWV66; Cantata No.134, ‘Ein Herz, das seinen Jesum lebend weiß’, BWV134; Cantata No.67, ‘Halt im Gedächtnis Jesum Christ’, BWV67Bach Collegium Japan/ Masaaki Suzuki; Robin Blaze, counter-tenor; Makoto Sakurada, tenor; Peter Kooij, bass

BIS 1251

 

Icelandic Music Awards 2003 – Classical recording of the Year

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Jón Leifs: Baldr, Op.34 (1943-1947) (Choreographic Drama in Two Acts)Gunnar Gudbjörnsson, tenor (Ódin); Schola Cantorum, chorus-master: Hördur Áskelsson; Iceland Symphony Orchestra/ Kari Kropsu

BIS 1230,31

Spelmannprisen (Norwegian Grammy) 2003

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OPEN. Iannis Xenakis: Rebonds for percussion solo (1987-89). Hans-Kristian Kjos Sørensen: Open I, II and III (improvisations). Åse Hedstrøm: Flow for marimba (1990). John Cage: The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs for voice and piano (1942); A Flower for voice and piano (1950). Franco Donatoni: Omar, due pezzi per vibrafono (1985). Rolf Wallin: Stonewave (1990), version for solo percussion.Hans-Kristian Kjos Sørensen, percussion and voice

BIS 1219

MusicWeb International – Recording of the Year 2003

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Kalevi Aho: Symphony No.3 (Sinfonia concertante) for violin and orchestra (1971/73); Modest Mussorgsky, orchestrated by Kalevi Aho: B) Songs and Dances of Death for bass and orchestra (1875/77; 1984)

Lahti Symphony Orchestra/ Osmo Vänskä; A) Jaakko Kuusisto, violin; B) Matti Salminen, bassBIS 1186

 

Classic Music Web – Recording of the Year 2003

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Ervín Schulhoff: Suite dansante en jazz, WV98 (1931); Piano Sonata No.1, WV69 (1924); Cinq études de jazz, WV81 (1926); Second Suite for piano, WV 71 (1924); Elf Inventionen, WV57 (1921); Hot Music: Zehn synkopierte Etüden, WV92 (1928)

Kathryn Stott, pianoBIS 1249

 

Classic Music Web – Recording of the Year 2002

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J.S. Bach (transcribed by Richard Gwilt): Trio Sonatas for Organ: No.1 in F major (BWV525); No.2 in C minor (BWV526); No.3 in D minor (BWV527); No.4 in E minor (BWV528); No.5 in C major (BWV529); No.6 in G major (BWV530)

London BaroqueBIS 1345

 

MusicWeb International – Recording of the Year 2002

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  1. S. Bach: St. John Passion, BWV245 (Version IV, 1749); St. Matthew Passion, BWV244

Bach Collegium Japan/ Masaaki Suzuki

BIS 1342,44

 

Cannes Classical Award 2001 – Orchestral 20th Century

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Albéric Magnard, Symphony No.2 in E major, Op.6; Symphony No.4 in C sharp minor, Op.21

Malmö Symphony Orchestra/ Thomas SanderlingBIS 928

 

Sunday Times – Record of the Year 2001

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Johann Sebastian Bach: Brandenburg Concertos, BWV 1046-1051 (including early version of Concerto No.5, first movement). Bach Collegium Japan/ Masaaki Suzuki

BIS 1151,52

 

Cannes Classical Award 1998

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Jon Leifs: Geysir, Op.51 (1961), Trilogia piccola, Op.1, Trois peintures abstraites, Op.44 (1955), Icelandic Folk Dances, Op.11 (1929/31), Overture to ‘Loftr’, Op.10 (1927), Consolation, Intermezzo for string orchestra, Op.66 (1968)Iceland Symphony Orchestra, Osmo Vänskä

BIS 830

 

Cannes Classical Award 1997

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Jean Sibelius: The Wood-NymphLasse Pöysti, Lahti Symphony Orchestra, Osmo Vänskä

BIS 815

 

 

Cannes Classical Award 1997

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Vagn Holmboe – Symphonies No.11, 12 & 13Aarhus Symphony Orchestra, Owain Arwel Hughes

BIS 728

 

Grammophone Award 1996 – Category Best Engineering Award

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Jean Sibelius: Symphony No.5Lahti Symphony Orchestra, Osmo Vänskä

BIS 800

 

 

Cannes Classical Award 1996

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Jean Sibelius: Symphony No.5Lahti Symphony Orchestra, Osmo Vänskä

BIS 800

 

 

Cannes Classical Award 1995

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Jon Leifs: Mors et vita. Quartetto I, Op.21 (1939), Vita et mors. Quartetto II, Op.36 (1948-51), El Greco. Quartetto III, Op.64 (1965)The Yggdrasil Quartet

BIS 691

 

Cannes Classical Award 1994

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Dmitri Shostakovich: Cello Concertos Nos.1 & 2Torleif Thedéen, cello, Malmö SymfoniOrkester, James DePreist

BIS 626