‘Discretion’ is the brand new album by pioneering guitar legend Robert Fripp and flautist/saxophonist Theo Travis made available for Bowers & Wilkins Society of Sound in stunning 24 bit high quality digital format. The music follows on from the duo’s previous album releases and combines almost telepathic interplay with a deep understanding of musical texture and space, the building of long slow melodies, and the creation of slowly shifting harmonic soundscapes.
The Symphony No 10 was comissioned and premiered by the LSO in February 2014 to mark the eightieth birthday of Sir Peter Maxwell Davies. Newly-commissioned works are a step into the unknown for composer and commissioner alike. Sometimes remarkable works are born, and sometimes not. But no-one could possibly have guessed in what circumstances the Symphony No 10 would come to be written.
Bruckner followed suit in 1896, leaving his ninth ‘unfinished’. Having written three monumental movements over the preceding nine years, he never completed the big finale he had envisaged. Although attempts have been made since to reconstruct the last movement for performance, it’s arguable whether this adds anything. The three-movement work is eerily satisfying as it stands and is the version favoured by Bernard Haitink here.
New Re-Mastered CD/DVD Digi-pack collection of "The Best Of The Move". The DVD features a rare promotional film, Twenty BBC TV appearances & German TV appearances officially released for the first time. CD audio is remastered from the original tapes with liner notes by Mojo's Mark Paytress. Esoteric Recordings are proud to announce the release of a new re-mastered CD & DVD collection by The Move…
Ministry of Sound and club music are well and truly synonymous. Loud, unforgettable and an unmistakable staple in anyone’s growing Ministry of Sound collection. Featuring the biggest tracks from Jamiroquai, The Jacksons, Sister Sledge and Armand Van Helden. This is Ministry of Sound doing what Ministry do best.