UK label which is releasing a whole series of Weinberg's orchestral works, concentrating on symphonies and concertos.
German label which is recording some of Weinberg's chamber music, including the string quartets and violin sonatas.
German (Munich-based) contemporary music label which has released a small but significant Weinberg edition.
international label which has so far released several of Weinberg's symphonies and some chamber music, including a re-issue of Josef Fiegleson's excellent performance of the cello solo sonatas.
Martin Anderson's pioneering label (UK-based), which is recording Weinberg's complete songs, among other chamber and orchestral works.
Swiss label which has released Weinberg's Chamber Symphonies 1, 3 and 4, as well as his "Palm Trees" song cycle.
Dutch label, which has released Weinberg's complete (accompanied) violin sonatas.
a pioneering UK label (defunct as of 2004), which released a series of 17 CDs dedicated to Weinberg's music across all core genres. Some Olympia recordings have been re-released on the Alto and Melodiya labels and/or are available as digital downloads, e.g. via the UK-based Presto Classical.
Musicians performing Weinberg
To quote the violist Viacheslav Dinerchtein, Can a true work of art – here, a piece of music – rely on its own merits to find its place? For as much as we wish it were otherwise, the answer seems to be ‘No, it cannot. Not until the work in question is experienced by others’, and even the Picasso signature – here, Weinberg's blooming recognition – is helpless for as long as the score is lying on the shelf. Great music being performed with talent, insight and humility, by a single musician or a group of musicians, is always something special. Since its rediscovery in recent years, an increasing number of musicians all over the world have begun to champion and perform Weinberg's music. Some examples (in no particular order) include: