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Volume 8 Issue 3 - November 2002

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THE WHOLENOTE'S CQ FORUM D/SCoveries is a CD .review section designed to complement and enhance our pre-eminent coverage of Toronto's live classical, jazz and new music concert scene, featuring reviews by WholeNote columnists. and independent contributors. CDs are considered for review in the following categories: 1. "Concert Prep" - CDs, new or otherwise, which tie in with events being featured in the current issue of the magazine. Many discs in the other categories also relate to upcoming events as noted; 2. New and Recent Releases - newly released CDs relevant to our magazine's coverage of the music scene; 3. "Worth Repeating" - CDs newly re-issued, or previously released but still generally available. deemed particularly noteworthy by. a member of our editoria'l panel; - 4. "lndie List" - Small label arid independent release CDs, often featuring individuals or groups active on the local music scene. 5. "Disc(s) of the Month" - Discs of special interest, often with a particular connection to the month's concert activities or editorial focus. This month, in keeping with WholeNote's traditional "November is New Music Month" policy, we highlight contemporary and modern repertoire releases. We think D/SCoveries is a logical and exciting extension to The WholeNote's coverage of the Toronto music scene. We welcome your feedback and invite submissions. Catalogues, review copies Gf CDs and comments should be sent to: The WholeNote, 60 Bellevue Avenue, Toronto ON MST 2N4. We also welcome your input via our website, www.thewholenote.com. David Olds Editor, D/SCoveries IN DISCOVERIES THIS ISSUE CONCERT PREP pages 51 · 54 · i Ay que Si !·Suzie LeBlanc · Handel: Love Duets - Suzie LeBlanc/ Daniel Taylor ·Solo pour flute traversiere ·Barthold Kuijken ·Schubert· Zukerman: • National Arts Centre Orchestra I Pinchas Zukerman ·Mozart: Requiem, K.626, revised and completed by Robert D. Levin · Chapelle' de Quebec I Les Violons du Roy/Bernard Labadie /- soloists Gauvin, Lemieux, Tessier, Berg ·Fritz Kr~isler ·James Ehnes I Eduard Laurel NEW AND RECENT RELEASES pages 54 · 56 · - Flying Solo· Jens Lindemanri · Graupner: Musique instrumental et v~ca l , Vol 1 - L'Ensemble des ldees heureuses I Genevieve Soly ·Sax Summit w/Blake, Perry, Murley, Rieu, Ryga, W~ ite , Eisenman, Swainson, Clarke WORTH REPEATING page 56 ·The Music of Vidor Schertzinger, Hoagy Carmichael and Vincent Youmans - Robert Farnon and his Orchestra I Johnston Singers INDIE LIST pages 56 · 57 · Romantic Gems· Christina Petrowska Q,uilico DISCS OF THE MONTH pages 57 · 62 Canadian Composer Portraits -Violet Archer · ·Jean Papineau-Couture · Oskar Morawetz · Malcolm Forsyth • R. Murray Schafer · Philippe Manoury: 60th Parallel • Orchestre de Paris/David Robert~on · Orbiting Garden · Joseph Petric -John Cage: Litany for ihe Whale ·Theatre of Voices· Terry Riley I Paul Hillier • Walte~s Freak House: Societe de M~sique Contemporaine de Quebec I Walter Boudreau • Alexina Louie · Music for a Thousand Autumns · The Modern Cello: Nocturnal Dances of Dor.i Juan Quixote - I Musici de Montreal I Yuli Turovsky, cello I director -Shostakovich/Schnittke Piano Quintets - Vermeer Quartet/Boris Berman. CONCERT PREP jAyqueSi! Suzie Leblanc ATMA Classiques ACD22244 Handel: Love Duets Suzie LeBlanc; Daniel Taylor Arion; Steven Stubbs ATMA Classiques ACD22260 These two fine new discs from the ·enterprising Montreal-based ATMA label feature Canadian soprano Suzie LeBlanc singing music from the baroque. jAy que sf! is a lovely collection of secular sungs from seventeenth century Spain. Drawing on tradi- · tional dance rhythms and folk melodies, they cover a broad range of extravagant emotions. LeBlanc is enchanting here. Wjth her expres­ .sive colouring and ornamentation, she is as persuasive in this repertoire as the great Spanish soprano Montserrat Figueras. Nuanced and idiomatic, she conveys the cynical disillusionment of Jose Marin's rhapsodic No piense Menguilla ya ("Do not think, Menguilla, that I die for your eyes; I have been a fool until now, and I shall be one no longer") and poignant despair of ' Juan Hidalgo's mesmerizing Esperar ("To hope, to feel, to die, to adore ... "). ·The musicians of Les Voix Humainys provide vivid support, with especially effective contribuc tions from the guitar of Stephen Stubbs and Spanish harp of Maxine Eilander. Along with instrumental Spanish baroque dances, they include a contemporary dance from Cuba, which shows how these distinctive rhythms have endured and migrated. In Handel: Love Duets Canadian countertenor Daniel Taylor joins LeBlanc in a well -chosen programme of solo arias and duets from Handel operas. The solos include an exquisite Cara sposa from Taylor, and a thrilling Da tempeste from NAXOS Classical, Nostalgia, Jazz Legends, Educational ... .•. great selection at outstanding prices m. ,\'#~ft.."\ ().8,.'..t"~;;?j. ~r:n tH.%~P l!f,K,~1W4 w~ ~~ .. 'Sil=~:~ ::'"' '~""'"'"',.,.. ":·•.,.,, ··"

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