Delphian is Named Sinfini's
Label of The Month 

We're delighted to share the news that the online magazine Sinfini Music has chosen Delphian as its Label of the Month for July. Describing Delphian as "a fiercely Scottish indie", Sinfini singles out some of the label's best recordings as "proof that Delphian has the sensitivity and focus to match its enthusiasm."

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Conspirare debuts works by American composer Robert Kyr

Craig Hella Johnson leads Conspirare, soprano Estelí Gomez, baritone David Farwig, and the Victoria Bach Festival Orchestra in this first recording of three choral works by the American composer Robert Kyr, available July 8, 2014 on harmonia mundi.

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Henry Mancini's classic TV score Peter Gunn

Coming August 12, 2014, GRAMMY-nominated conductor Steven Richman and the Harmonie Ensemble/New York release Music for Peter Gunn, placing their own stamp on the show’s trendsetting score written by Henry Mancini. 

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Lucky Peterson's The Son of a Bluesman racks up the praise

Blues veteran and former child prodigy Lucky Peterson is back on the scene with a career-defining album, The Son of a Bluesman, out now on Jazz Village. Critical Jazz claims it "may well be the blues release of 2014."

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Coming in July: Iván Fischer

Until late in his career, Bruckner was understood and admired only within a small circle - a handful of advocates of his music, both pupils and Wagnerites. As he was composing his Symphony No.7, Bruckner heard news of the death of his musical idol Richard Wagner. He immediately decided to dedicate the work to his remembrance. The seventh symphony marked Bruckner’s breakthrough into widespread public acceptance, and since its première it has remained the most frequently performed of his nine symphonies. This gut-wrenching performance by Iván Fischer and the Budapest Festival Orchestra features the finest in recorded sound.