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Nonesuch is a label in the Warner family that runs more autonomously.
Your powdered face flashes when I cross Nonesuch River.
DAVID J HARTSHORN, Nonesuch Cottage, Bunkers Hill, Badby, Daventry, Northamptonshire NN11 3AW
Big labels like Decca Broadway (part of the Universal Music Group) and Nonesuch (owned by Warner) have been banking for years on the traditional strategy of opting for highly commercial products instead of risky artistic choices, a philosophy often required by companies in deference to stockholders and corporate overhead.
He has recorded for Angel/EMI, CALA, Columbia Masterworks, Naxos, Nonesuch, RCA Red Seal and Summit records.
1918) about the time I became acquainted with this magazine, about 25 years or so ago, when I picked up a Nonesuch recording of his Third String Quartet, and I wrote a review of that LP that was published in these pages (I had thought about looking up a copy of that review so that I could quote from it, but the really old copies of the magazine are buried in some drawer somewhere, and even if I could work up enough energy on this beautiful late-summer Saturday morning to look for it, I would probably be paying for it the rest of the day with respiratory distress brought on by all the dust and mold I would no doubt stir up).
AT THE RECEPTION Nonesuch Records held last fall to launch its videocassette series, The Balanchine Library, company president Robert Hurwitz said that producer-directors Merrill Brockway and the late Emile Ardolino trusted George Balanchine's work as Balanchine trusted the music.
3" ("Symphony of Sorrowful Songs") Electra Nonesuch 79282
The Nonesuch Salon will be held in two of the hotel's function rooms.
The pair made several records for the blues label Fat Possum and subsequently moved to one of the majors, Nonesuch Records, making an immediate impact there with Magic Potion in 2006.
Soprano Isabel Bayrakdarian and her pianist husband, Serouj Kradjian, are nominated in the Best Classical Vocal category for their Nonesuch release, Gomidas Songs; soprano Karina Gauvin is featured on the CPO release of Rameau's Psyche, nominated in the Best Opera Category; and East Village Opera Company, founded by Ottawa-born Tyler Ross and Peter Kiesewalter, is a nominee in the Best Classical Crossover category for their Decca release, Olde School.