Catherine Christer Hennix – Live at Krems (Important; test pressing of canceled 2018 release)
Anton Bruckner – Symphony No. 6 in A – Netherlands Radio Philharmonic/Jaap van Zweden (Challenge Classics; 2013)
Antonio Salieri – Tarare – Cyrille Dubois, Karine Deshayes, Jean-Sébastien Bou, Judith van Wanroij, Enguerrand de Hys, Tassis Christoyannis, Jérôme Boutillier, Philippe-Nicolas Martin, Les Chantres du Centre de musique baroque de Versailles, Les Talens Lyriques/Christoph Rousset (Aparte; due July 12, 2019)
Guadalcanal Diary – Walking in the Shadow of the Big Man (dB/Elektra; 1986/2003)
Garcia Peoples – Natural Facts (Beyond Beyond Is Beyond; 2019)
Chris Forsyth & the Solar Motel Band – All Time Present (No Quarter; 2019)
Dire Wolves – Paradiasiacal Mind (Pome Pome Pome Tones; 2018)
Kevin Drumm – The Wizard of East Dubuque (self-released; 2019)
Antonio Vivaldi – Orlando (1714) – Riccardo Novaro, Romina Basso, Gaëlle Arquez, Teodora Gheorghiu, Delphie Galou, David DQ Lee, Roberta Mameli, Modo Antiquo/Federico Maria Sardelli (Naïve; 2012)
This week in On the Record, The Necks defy expectation and categorization on 'Three,' their 21st album, new on Northern Spy. Plus dozens of listings for forthcoming releases.
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This week in On the Record: Bandcamp has responded to the current COVID-19 pandemic by waiving its fees for 24 hours, directing more money to artists and labels—here are some new and recent releases to buy today.