This week John Brunning's featured album is Debussy: 24 Preludes performed by the Royal Scottish National Orchestra
Debussy Album Reviews
This week, John Brunning introduces a new name to Classic FM – the British pianist Fabio d’Andrea.
Extraordinary playing from pianist Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli creates an essential recording for any music library
Pascal Rogé's unimpeachable recording of Debussy's ground-breaking Préludes is rich in feeling and daring - essential listening
Pianist Melvyn Tan puts in a powerhouse performance of Debussy’s most challenging Préludes but doesn't quite pick out the lighter touches
Jane Jones takes the time to indulge in Debussy's sublime multi-layered orchestral music
Yolanda Kondonassis delightfully plays an album full of harp pieces and transcriptions from Debussy
Pianist Jean-Efflam Bavouzet and conductor Yan Pascal Tortelier's chemistry creates a magical performance of Ravel, Debussy and Massenet favourites
Jun Märkl’s intuitive expertise brings out the essence of the French master’s music.
Sir Simon Rattle leads the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra to dizzying heights.
Violinist Anne Akiko Meyers joins Reiko Uchida on piano and harpist Emmanuel Ceysson on a collection of music by Beethoven, Debussy and the like
Classical saxophone Maurice Theodore Kerkezos accompanied by the LPO is overshadowed by the likes of Debussy and Schmitt
Debussy work is finely coloured and played by Jean-Efflam Bavouzet.
A superb rendition from a fine vintage.
Two captivating performances of some of Debussy's finest works including Music for the Prix de Rome Soloists and Images
These cello sonatas are approached with too much politeness.
Debussy’s piano music is performed in glorious technicolour by Nelson Freire in this emotionally rewarding solo recital
The Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra beguile under the watchful eye of Myung-Whun Chung.
The magical sounds conjured up by Jun Märkl and his stunning orchestra seduce the ear with Debussy's concertante music
A collection of Debussy’s best known orchestral works, from the earlier Prelude to the 20th century ballet Jeux