Welcome to the Fanfare Archive!
17 interviews, and over 450 reviews of classical CDs, SACDs, DVDs, Blu-rays, and downloads in this 576-page issue!
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- Fresh Results from the Scanning Project
We recently added back issues 7:1, 7:2, 7:3, 7:4, 7:5, and 7:6. We're working our way backwards through time and filling in gaps.
- What is the Fanfare Archive of Classical Music CD reviews?
Click any link on this page, and you'll soon find a wealth of information and opinions about tens of thousands of CD, SACD, DVD, and Blu-Ray recordings of Classical, Jazz, and Film music that have been reviewed in Fanfare in recent years. The Archive is a work in progress, and it will eventually encompass every issue of Fanfare. An account of how this Archive came to be, and what our goals for it are, is here. We've tried to make it as subscriber-friendly as possible, for both new readers and old hands. You can't really get lost in the Archive, so we recommend just clicking on any button or link that seems interesting.
- We Welcome your Suggestions!
- All comments, suggestions and criticisms are most welcome! Scanning is an error-fraught process. We try to remove all egregious errors before publication, but some inevitably remain. Please let us know of them! If you use the Comments? link on the bottom of any page that needs fixing, the email to the Archive Team will automagically include the page you are talking about in the subject line.
May / June 2014
Douglas Bostock’s Aargau Adventures
March / April 2014
Frank Brickle and his “Music of the Spheres”
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