New CDs from London Philharmonic Orchestra, Naïve, ONYX & Signum.

New CDs from London Philharmonic Orchestra, Naïve, ONYX and Signum  include some intriguing material. From LPO: London Philharmonic Orchestra / Vladimir Jurowski: Mahler Symphony No.1 (Jurowski conducts the LPO in this live 2010 concert performance including the Symphony’s original second movement, Blumine.)  Naïve boasts Olivier Latry in three centuries of music at Notre-Dame-de-Paris (including works by Sejean, Calviere, Daquin), while Onyx has James Ehne and Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra in the Britten & Shostakovich Violin Concertos. Signum has Termirkanov in The Rite of Spring, Mother Goose and La Valse, the seventh release in the  series of live orchestral recordings featuring the illustrious St Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra recorded in their home concert venue, the Grand Philharmonic Hall of St Petersburg.