CD of the Week Each week the WCRB staff selects a brand-new CD and features it on the air throughout the week. The Modern Drama of Haydn and Mozart, with H+H By WCRB Staff • Jan 21, 2019 Marco Borggreve The Handel and Haydn Society’s newest recording features two impassioned symphonies by Haydn and Mozart's brilliant Sinfonia Concertante, and we’ve chosen it as our CD of the Week. Capuçon’s Elegant Homage to the Silver Screen By WCRB Staff • Nov 12, 2018 Ars Magna/Erato French violinist Renaud Capuçon finds film music captivating, and his hand-picked collection of cinematic favorites arranged for violin and orchestra is WCRB's CD of the Week. The Transcendence of Bach on Guitar By WCRB Staff • Nov 5, 2018 Luis Castilla WCRB's CD of the Week is Guitarist Thibaut Garcia’s new recording, which dips into the vast palette of colors that he’s known for, this time applying them to music inspired by Bach. CD of the Week: Michele Carreca: Mr. Dowland's Fortune By Kendall Todd • May 8, 2017 On his new album Mr. Dowland's Fortune, Carreca breathes new life into pieces by John Dowland - a celebrated 16th-century English lutenist - by playing them on an instrument made in 2012, by lute maker Stephen Murphy.