5 Classical Music CD New Releases

If you enjoy classical music on CD, there are many new releases as the end of year approaches. Five new albums are Sound The Trumpet, Get Happy, Bach: The Art Of Fugue, Spanish Nights, and Tchaikovsky: Symphonies 1-3.

Get Happy, by Jenny Lin
Get Happy, by Jenny Lin | Source

Get Happy

Get Happy by Jenny Lin is a classical piano album. The compilation first released on October 30 under the label Steinway & Sons.

Lin plays the music of legendary composers such as Irving Berlin and Richard Rodgers. The show tunes are a lively mix to brighten your day.

There are 18 tracks to Get Happy, which fit into one CD. Classical songs include Betsy: Blue Eyes by Irving Berlin, My Fair Lady: Ascot Gavotte by Frederick Loewe, and Sweeney Todd: Johanna by Stephen Sondheim.

Sound The Trumpet

Sound The Trumpet is a new release as the classical album released on October 22, 2012. The music is performed by Alison Balsom, Trevor Pinnock, and The English Concert orchestra.

Classical trumpeter Alison Balsom brings new energy to the music of Prucell and Handel. The album provides a look into the period of the music with slight variations that add to the music. There are nine tracks, which include the title song and Amadigi di Gaula, HWV 11: Sento la gioia.

Bach: The Art Of Fogue
Bach: The Art Of Fogue | Source

Bach: The Art Of Fugue

Label Steinway & Sons strikes again!

Enjoy the classical single Bach: The Art Of Fugue, featuring leading Bach interpreter Andrew Rangell. The CD is groundbreaking as it is a completely new recording of the song.

The song was written around 1745-1750 in Leipzig, Germany. The recording was finished in December 2011. The release date of The Art Of Fogue was September 25 of this year.

Tchaikovsky: Symphonies 1-3

Classical music fans are likely familiar with conductor Valery Gergiev. In this new release, Gergiev leads the London Symphony Orchestra over Tchaikovsky's pieces. The title is Tchaikovsky: Symphonies 1-3.

The album focuses on the earlier works of Tchaikovsky, written in Russia. Symphony no 3 in D major, Op. 29 "Polish" was first written in 1875. The musical package spans over two discs. The collection released under the Lso Live label on October 9 of this year.

Fast musical notes on a music sheet.
Fast musical notes on a music sheet. | Source

Spanish Nights

If you enjoy listening to the classical guitar, you will likely enjoy this album. Spanish Nights features well-known guitarist Pepe Romero in his first solo album under the label Deutsche Grammophon.

The CD debuted October 9, 2012. There are four works on the single disc, which includes Nocturno for Guitar by Federico Moreno-Torroba and Piezas (3) espanolas for Guitar by Joaquin Rodrigo.

Classical CDs

Classical CDs are available at online retailers, music stores and even some department stores. Along with CDs, many artists also release MP3 titles and DVDs. New releases include the guitar-based Spanish Nights album and piano notes of Get Happy.

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ChristyWrites 4 years ago from British Columbia, Canada Author

Take care, Integrity!


IntegrityYes 4 years ago

You are very welcome, Christy.


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ChristyWrites 4 years ago from British Columbia, Canada Author

Awesome David, I'm glad you found the hub interesting and hope you like the CD!

IntegrityYes, thank-you! Classical music is a great choice :)


IntegrityYes 4 years ago

That rocks and I voted way up. Classical music is food for our Einstein minds.


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David Warren 4 years ago from Nevada

Definitely will be purchasing Sound the Trumpet thanks to your hub! Often when I have my house to myself, classical music flows throughout.


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ChristyWrites 4 years ago from British Columbia, Canada Author

Thank-you everyone for your wonderful comments! Great to see a group of classical music lovers here! I'm pleased you will be checking out the new music and hope the songs uplift you when you need them :)


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newusedcarssacram 4 years ago from Sacramento, CA, U.S.A

Wonderful collection I must say...Thanks for this hub...up


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Peggy W 4 years ago from Houston, Texas

My husband and I both love classical music. Nice to hear about these new CD releases. Will have to look for them to add to our collection. Thanks! Voted up, useful and will share.


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prasetio30 4 years ago from malang-indonesia

I love classical music. I hope I get one of those CD. Thanks for share with us. Voted up!


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suzettenaples 4 years ago from Taos, NM

Thanks so much for your recommendations. I love classical music, especially Jenny Lin. I love piano. Thanks for an interesting and informative hub!


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teaches12345 4 years ago

I am going to check out Spanish nights. I love classical music and this would make a great CD for relaxing and while reading a book. Thanks for posting.


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Eiddwen 4 years ago from Wales

A brilliant hub and thanks for sharing.

Eddy


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randomcreative 4 years ago from Milwaukee, Wisconsin

I love classical music and am always looking for new options. Thanks for the great resource!


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carol7777 4 years ago from Arizona

Thanks for sharing this. We both love classical music though my taste lends more towards the romantic period..Tchaikovsky. I love this particular symphony. Thanks again and voting up.


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flashmakeit 4 years ago from usa

I believe I would enjoy Alison Balsom Sound The Trumpet because she sound pleasant in her YouTube videos. Thanks so much for posting. I love music.


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billybuc 4 years ago from Olympia, WA

I'll have you know that I love classical music, and I was raised on rock n roll. Having said that, I also love Jenny Lin, so now I know what to ask for for Christmas. Great hub my friend!

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