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PCE Discography

PostClassical Ensemble records exclusively for Naxos. All our Naxos products explore fresh themes and repertoire.  All of our recordings are available through Naxos Direct, Amazon, and through streaming services like iTunes and Spotify.

DVDs

Internationally acclaimed DVDs feature classic 1930s films with the soundtracks newly recorded by PostClassical Ensemble with Angel Gil-Ordóñez.

THE PLOW THAT BROKE THE PLAINS (1936) and THE RIVER (1937)

(Scored by Virgil Thomson)

REDES (1936)

(Scored by Silvestre Revueltas)

The world premiere recording of Revueltas’s complete score.

More To Explore

Watch More than Music film: REDES Lives! The Iconic Film of the Mexican Revolution and what it says to us today


Listen “PostClassical” webcast


Read Joe Horowitz’s blog: Musical Films

THE CITY (1939)

(Scored by Aaron Copland)

The world premiere recording of Copland’s complete score

More To Explore

Watch More than Music film: Aaron Copland – American Populist


Listen “PostClassical” webcast

Read Joe Horowitz’s blog: Copland and the Cold War

CDs

THE PLOW THAT BROKE THE PLAINS (1936) and THE RIVER (1937)

(Scored by Virgil Thomson)

BERNARD HERRMANN

Featuring the world premiere recording of the classic 1944 radio drama Whitman

LOU HARRISON

Featuring the Concerto for Violin and Percussion

More To Explore

DVORAK AND AMERICA

Featuring music by Dvorak and Arthur Farwell, including the world premiere recording of the Hiawatha Melodrama

Named one of the best CDs of the year by Minnesota Public Radio

"Revelatory."

- Philip Kennicott, The Washington Post

"The beauty of image and of sound register as never before. It is like experiencing a masterpiece of painting cleaned of centuries of grime."

- Antonio Munoz Molina, El Pais (Madrid)

"The reissue of these documentaries is embellished with superb newly recorded music tracks and exciting interviews, remembering times of social progress."

-  Le Monde

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