1. Mozart: Piano Four Hands
    Artur Balsam, Nadia Reisenberg
    BRIDGE 9148

    Audiophile Audition Review ClassicsTodayFrance review (in French) "In short, I cannot remember a more joyous recorded performance of Mozart piano music than these delightful renditions." - Fanfare Magazine These classic recordings, originally released on LPs by Musical Heritage Society, and...
  2. Nadia Reisenberg, piano at Carnegie Hall
    BRIDGE 9304A/B

    After Nadia Reisenberg's concert recording of Chopin's Sonata No. 3 was released by Bridge in 2008, critics hailed her Chopin performances as some of the finest ever committed to disc: Gramophone: "These performances are treasure indeed, an Aladdin's cave of...
  3. Nadia Reisenberg: A Chopin Treasury
    BRIDGE 9276A/D

    Nadia Reisenberg (1904-1983) is heard in her acclaimed Chopin recordings, originally issued on Westminster LPs recorded in the late 1950s and now released on CD for the first time. Reisenberg studied with Leonid Nikolayev (St. Petersburg Conservatory), with Alexander Lambert...
  4. The Lost Theremin Album
    Clara Rockmore, theremin
    BRIDGE 9208

    Long regarded as "The Queen of the Theremin," Clara Rockmore's virtuosity as the world's leading exponent of the theremin, was commonly acknowledged during her long and successful career. Intimately involved with Leon Theremin in the development of the instrument, Clara...