Publisher Edition Peters launches own record label
The first release on Edition Peters Sounds will feature Daniel Grimwood performing Fauré's Nocturnes
The music publisher Edition Peters, which can trace its history back to 1800, is launching a new record label called Edition Peters Sounds. The new record label will focus on recordings made by artists represented by Edition Peters' artist management company, EPAM, including tenor Paul Phoenix and vocal group Apollo5, usually performing works from the extensive Edition Peters publishing catalogue.
The first release on Edition Peters Sounds will be Daniel Grimwood's new recording of Fauré's Nocturnes. Grimwood's previous recordings – many of them made in collaboration with cellist Jamie Walton – have received high praise in Gramophone. Of particular note, though, is his solo recording of Liszt's Années de pèlerinage for SFZ Music, which was reviewed by Jeremy Nicholas in July 2009: 'An enthralling journey that throws new light on these poetic ideals of the Romantic era and, with hardly a pause between each item, leaves the listener, as it would any traveller on the Grand Tour, awed by the wonders of nature, the spectacular scenery and the glories of Italian culture.'
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