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UCLA Philharmonia Zeisl CD review in “Fanfare” magazine

March 7th, 2014 · 2 Comments

From Professor Neal Stulberg:

I’m delighted to forward this outstanding review of our Yarlung Records CD “Zeisl” from the March/April 2014 issue of “Fanfare” magazine. The last paragraph of the review reads:

“This is an all-around magnificent release, and not just for the music, which ranges from stunningly beautiful and deeply moving to rib-tickling funny. The thick booklet, printed on heavy slick stock and filled with high quality photos, is a thing of beauty unto itself. Moreover, it?s fitting that the UCLA Philharmonia, for its first commercial venture, has chosen to present world premiere recordings of works by a composer whose legacy is bound up with the ?migr? community of Los Angeles artists. Performances and recording are fantastic. This calls for the most urgent recommendation possible.”

You may read the whole review here.

Featuring first-ever recordings of three orchestral works by Eric Zeisl (including the Concerto Grosso for Cello and Orchestra; Antonio Lysy, cello), “Zeisl” is available via the Yarlung website,, iTunes and other retail outlets. It may also be accessed via the Naxos Music Library.


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