VIDEO PODCAST: John Dante Prevedini leads a discussion about Youth Involvement in Classical Music - this specially extended illustrated feature includes contributions from Christopher Morley, Gerald Fenech, Halida Dinova, Patricia Spencer and Roderic Dunnett.
ROMANTICISM: Explore the late George Colerick's fascinating series of articles encroaching on the subjects of melody, romanticism, operetta and humour in music.
Heritage Records is an independent classical label devoted to producing high quality recordings of differing styles, genres and periods, with a particular emphasis on British repertoire and artists. The company issues new recordings but also resurrects deleted titles, recompiles classic performances and issues material previously unavailable in the United Kingdom.
The name has previously been used for several other labels, so the company shouldn't be confused with the 1960s Australian non-classical label, the USA-based label (also from the 1960s and discontinued by 1970) or BMG Heritage Records (a reissue division of Sony BMG) which became Legacy Recordings in 2005.
CD Spotlight. Benjamin Britten and James Joyce - Giuseppe Pennisi listens to two sets of English folk and other songs. '... very good listening ...'
CD Spotlight. Very Searching - Peter Dickinson's 'The Judas Tree', heard by Robert Anderson. '... a notable performance ...'
CD Spotlight. Uniquely English - A tribute to violinist Ralph Holmes, heard by Howard Smith. '... an invigorating spontaneity ...'