Society of Sound

  • KLARA - Blossom

    KLARA - Blossom

    This London-based Swedish artist takes her pointers from the likes of Joni Mitchell and Tracy Chapman, writing songs that mix hope and melancholy underpinned by a sumptuous voice and subtle studio magic.

  • Mozart - Violin Concertos Nos 4 & 5

    Mozart – Violin Concertos Nos 4 & 5

    The importance of the violin to the young Mozart stemmed from his father, Leopold, a teacher and author of Violinschule, one of the eighteenth century’s most influential treatises on violin technique.

  • Solan Goose

    Erland Cooper - Solan Goose

    Erland Cooper was the bandleader of acclaimed outfits The Magnetic North and Erland & The Carnival. Having grown up on the Scottish archipelago of Orkney, his debut solo project began as a gentle response to ease an anxiety and claustrophobia of working in a large city.

  • Haydn

    Haydn - An Imaginary Orchestral Journey

    Joseph Haydn was a great innovator: his contributions to the development of chamber music and the symphony are well documented. Here, Sir Simon Rattle pays homage to a composer he holds close to his heart.

  • Björk - Vulnicura

    Björk - Vulnicura

    Björk's breath-taking Vulnicura is available in its original studio version or as a Live album that also features reworkings of a number of other classic tracks. Whichever you choose our high-resolution downloads deliver incredible sonic clarity.

  • Mark-Anthony-Turnage_overview

    Mark-Anthony Turnage
    Sir Simon Rattle
    London Symphony Orchestra

    Remembering, written in memory of Evan Scofield, is Mark-Anthony Turnage’s response to the young man’s premature death from cancer in 2013, at the age of 26.

  • Slowly Rolling Camera

    A meeting place

    The pursuit of true sound is a science, but it’s also about people and bringing us closer to the music we love. We have created a place where people can come to for ideas and inspiration. A society of sound.

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