IBS Classical is a Spanish classical record label founded in 2012 by Francisco Moya Castro and based in Granada. Some albums are released under the sub-label IBS Classical Gold, and credits are usually to IBS Artist. Although the company has a wide range of releases, it pays particular attention to the musical heritage of Spain, including recovering Spanish works, and to promoting new work, especially by Latin American, Spanish and other European composers and performers.
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Spotlight. Most Innovative and Interesting - Music for horn, enjoyed by Geoff Pearce. '... one cannot help but be impressed with the performances, the power of the music and what it is expressing ...'
CD Spotlight. Plenty of Spanish Sunshine - Spanish music of a bygone era, reviewed by Paul Sarcich. '... poised playing and excellent interweaving of the various wind sounds.'
CD Spotlight. Suggestive Interweavings - Twentieth century harpsichord concertos by Falla, Poulenc and Bacarisse, heard by Gerald Fenech. '... a highly enjoyable issue, full of imaginative music ...'
CD Spotlight. Heartfelt Pathos - Juan Bautista Cansino's Stabat Mater, strongly recommended by Gerald Fenech. '... serenity and resignation beyond comprehension.'