The new album by saxophonist Roberto Ottaviano, entitled "Change The World", will capture you from the first listen. The album is a journey between some rock classics and the American and British singer-songwriters scene, the only detour is the transcription of the "Luiza" Jobiniana pearl, while the other jewels are masterpieces by Joni Mitchell, Roger Waters, Peter Gabriel, Lou Reed, Eric Clapton, Rod Stewart, Lennon and McCartney … This project was born after the tour with the show "The Nights Of Attorney Guerrieri" and resumed later by Ottaviano and the Pinturas following up those suggestions, adding other themes already present in their repertoire giving birth to this sparkling work. The songs are performed by a star formation all over Puglia
Their fourth LP, entitled Agnus Dei, is fast, furious, and fucking hostile. The Italian four-piece comes charging straight out the gate like the hounds of hell are after them, and head straight for Golgotha. Their black metal influences set them apart from the majority of their labelmates, drawing a nifty little line between the past and present of Anderson's roster and repping hard for Team Satan while they're at it. Antireligious sentiment is no foreign concept to either black metal, death metal, grind, or crust punk, and it's satisfying to see that a band as invested in perfecting and perverting all four sounds is just as serious about doing the Devil's work.
In 1926 Eugene Jochum made his successful concert debut as a conductor. He acquired a repertory of over 50 operas and conducted concerts all over Germany. The acknowledgment of his excellence led to his appointment as musical director for Berlin radio. His reputation grew particularly in the field of the German Romantic Symphonies of Beethoven, Brahms and Bruckner and was presented with the Brahms medal by the city of Hamburg. This series is a compilation of his complete EMI recordings delivered with exceptional audio quality and artistic integrity.
This spectacular set features a quintessential selection of western sacred music that that will please one and all, from an inquisitive novice to a discerning connoisseur. It features a vast array of critically acclaimed recordings of more than seventy cornerstone works, ranging from the earliest Christian chants to gospel songs and Gershwin's blues. The performers include some of today's finest artists, including René Jacobs, Philippe Herreweghe, Paul Hillier and William Christie. Offered at a special low price, this limited edition set is packaged in a luxury clamshell style box containing 29 discs of music and one PDF disc with sung texts.