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The Complete

First Hybrid SACD Edition of The Complete Beethoven Piano Sonatas
“Peter Takács proved to be a marvelous pianist. His command of the instrument is outstanding. His emotional resources are lively and diverse. His musical intelligence is acute.” (New York Times)

Peter Takács
The Complete
Beethoven Piano Sonatas

32 Piano Sonatas
Andante in F major
Sonata in C major, WoO 51
Sonatina in F major, WoO 50
Three Sonatas (Kurfurstensonaten)
Sonata in E-flat major, WoO 47, No. 1
Sonata in F minor, WoO 47, No. 2
Sonata in D major, Wo0 47, No. 3
Sonata in D major for Piano Four Hands, Op. 6

11 Disc, Hybrid SACD Boxed Set – Cambria CD-3800

Beethoven’s piano sonatas which span almost his entire life radiate human struggle and heavenly certitude. While Bach summarized all that has come before, Beethoven pointed to the future. Embarking on a life-long project, pianist Peter Takács, for the very first time presents in one package — Beethoven’s complete sonatas — the standard “32” plus all the early piano sonatas without opus numbers and also the one and only sonata for piano four-hands. This unique release is presented in a lavish 11-Disc, Hybrid SACD boxed set, which includes a 144-page fully illustrated hardcover book providing an essay on The Mind of Beethoven and extensive and detailed notes on interpretation of each of the works. Additionally, Beethoven’s life, times and world, are outlined in a handy, concise, separate 22 x 22 inch, double-sided fold-out chart. Recorded in 5.1 Surround audio on an Bösendorfer Imperial Concert Grand, this set is truly one of a kind.

A special Limited, Numbered Edition of 250 units will be signed by Peter Takács and available through the Cambria website.

CD-3800A - Regular Edition $109.95
CD-3800B -  Signed Limited Edition Price $149.95


“Follow P-D-I” tells the story of a young B-25 bomber pilot’s military life while attached to the Mediterranean Theater during World War II. As a squadron lead and group lead pilot of the 57th Bomb Wing, 321st Group, 445th Squadron, twenty-two year old Dan Bowling flew sixty-seven combat missions over Northern Italy between August 1944 and May 1945.

Hardback $23.95

Meditations and Overtones – Margaret Mills, piano

Songs from Live Radio and Early Television

Meditations and Overtones – Margaret Mills, piano


Dorothy Warenskjold – Songs from Live Radio and Early Television



Americus Brass Band

The Americus Brass Band
pays tribute to
James Reese Europe’s Harlem Hell Fighters’ Band

On the 100th Anniversary of the Pathé Recordings
Music Director – Richard Birkemeier; vocals Selwyn Gibson, Gerald Wheeler

Original recordings including W.C. Handy’s “St. Louis Blues” and “The Hesitating Blues” --- both arranged by William Grant Still; Handy’s “The Memphis Blues”; Walter Donaldson’s “How ‘ya Gonna Keep’em Down on the Farm”; Europe’s “On Patrol in No-Man’s Land”; and seven additional hits from that era.
CD – 1263

Urbam Counterpoint

The Piano Music of Ed Bland
Judith Olson, piano

Throughout his career, Mr. Bland enjoyed the challenge of writing for various combinations of instruments (even if seldom used) and his compositions always included a broad range of textures, with a diversity of rhythms which is most evident in the nine works for piano presented on this recording. From Classical Soul, Cell fone Blues, and Phunky Phrogs Rag to Three Chaconnes in Blue, Ed Bland’s key objective was to simultaneously maintain the “aesthetic Now,” or “extended Now” of jazz improvisation, and unpredictability of the work within a coherent structure.

CD- 1256

Cabaret Songs of Madeleine Dring

Cabaret Songs of Madeleine Dring
Wanda Brister, Mezzo-soprano; Courtney Kenny, Piano and voice; Nuala Willis, Contralto

Compositions from West End Revues of the 1950s including Airs on a Shoestring, Child’s Play, Fresh Airs, various cabaret songs with texts by Dring, and three arrangements of Cole Porter songs. Featuring Wanda Brister, Mezzo-soprano and Courtney Kenny, pianist and cabaret artist who was a friend of Dring and Musical Director for Child’s Play in 1958 giving us a direct line to that era.


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