Sunday, February 25, 2007

NYT on P-CE: "Lively and Stylish"

Today's New York Times hailed the release of Naxos' DVD of The Plow That Broke the Plains (1936) and The River, which critic Anthony Tommasini called "historic, engrossing and artistically rich films" and want on to say of the Post-Classical Ensemble's contribution:
Naxos recruited the conductor Angel Gil-Ordóñez to record the scores freshly with the Post-Classical Ensemble.

The performances are lively and stylish.

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