Camil Moujaber

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 60% (90 of 149)
Location: Owosso, Michigan USA
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 108,175 - Total Helpful Votes: 90 of 149
Dvorak: Violin Concerto, Legends ~ Richard Tognetti
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Dvorak violin concerto, 12 May 2014
I listened to the first movement of the violin concerto and didn't like the style and tempo of the featured violinist. Listening to the rest of the concerto also didn't convince me this is one of the recordings to own, even though the recording quality is tops (as for most BIS cd's). You don't have to take my word for it, have a listen and decide for yourself. For superior and more enjoyable performances of this concerto, I suggest you concider the highly acclaimed recordings featuring Julia Fischer: Bruch & Dvorak Violin Concertos and Isabelle Faust : Dvorak ViolinRead more
Dvorįk: Piano Concerto Op. 33 & The Golden Spinnin&hellip ~ Pierre-Laurent Aimard
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Dvorak Piano Concerto, 16 Jan 2014
Aimard is in control with a very convincing performance, and the recording quality is very good, with no audible audience interference. My only reproach is that the beginning of the concerto is a little on the fast side (compare it to this Dvorák: Piano Concerto/Hayroudinoff to hear what I am talking about). Eventualy, Harnoncourt slows down, and the hyper orchestra continues at the "right" speed. This CD can safely be ranked alongside the best, such as this Dvorák: Piano Concerto/Jando, this Dvorak:Read more
Dvorak - Serenade & Czech Suite in D ~ Prague CO
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Classics Today - Artistic quality: 10/10, Sound quality: 10/10
What can you say about perfection, except, "Here it is; have a listen." The conductorless Prague Chamber Orchestra plays the Serenade with an ideal combination of warmth and simplicity. Everything has shape (even the chugging accompaniment at the very opening pulses with life), rhythmic vitality (what a gorgeous second movement waltz), transparency, and an abundance of charm. The same holds true for the Czech Suite, only here you also can savor both stunning wind playing in the fourth movement Romanza and a truly exciting concluding Furiant that still keeps to its chamber orchestra proportions. Sonically, the recording puts… Read more