Due to work pressure, lack of resource and much else we suspended the 'discount disc of the month' as it is a very labor-intensive task which did not draw much interest even with new CDs at £5...
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Set MW3 Schubert Piano Masterworks- volumes 1-3 (6CDs in all) Direct sale price:
£47.97 now reduced to only £32.00
"a compelling presentation of Schubert's almost impossibly lovely piano music… thoughtful and often touchingly beautiful music-making" - Bernard Jacobson, Fanfare
Set MW4 Piano Music by John R. Williamson, volumes 1-3 (3 single CDs) Direct sale price:
now reduced to only £21.50
“Eloquently persuasive performances of Williamson's unusual and finely crafted works” – John Pitts (New Classics)
Set MW5 Concerti Grossi and Sonatas by Charles Avison (5 double CD sets - 10 CDs in all) direct sale price:
£79.95 now reduced to only £60.00
“The rediscovery of this composer and his music has been long overdue. Played with relish and charm... ideal sound. A most desirable release.” – Piers Burton-Page (International Record Review)
Award winning and critically acclaimed the world over.
Set MW6 Erik Chisholm - Music for Piano, volumes 1-7 (7 single CDs) direct sale price: £59.50 if bought separately,
now reduced to only £45.00 as a package
"This is possibly one of the most important single contributions to British piano music. Murray McLachlan has made an important contribution to the literature of British piano music. Moreover, McLachlan has been well served by the fine recording.. the learned programme notes are a joy to read. One of the musical discoveries and revelations of the twenty-first century." - John France (MusicWeb)
Set MW7 Beethoven Explored, volumes 1-5 (5 single CDs) direct sale price: £42.50
if bought separately: package price £32.00
“The velvet-toned violin of Peter Sheppard Skaerved has found an inspired partner in Aaron Shorr. Hats off to [Skaerved] whose beautifully articulated, lithe playing emerges from out of the piano's rolling textures rather than masking them. For once we are allowed to experience these glorious works as piano sonatas with violin obbligato as Skaerved weaves his way in and out of Beethoven's indomitable flights of pianistic fancy, brought stunningly to life by Aaron Shorr's perfectly regulated playing. Well-balanced engineering provides the musical icing on the cake.” – Julian Haylock (Sinfini Music)