Rufus Wainwright: Take All My Loves: Nine Shakespeare Sonnets

Thespians recite the poems; the songs extend from classical music to rock

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Homeland
Carrie Mathison may no longer be with the CIA, but that doesn’t keep her out of trouble
Grey Gardens
The nonpareil non-fiction portrait has been lovingly restored but comes with fascinating clutter
Joy
The kitschy biopic of Magic Mop maven Joy Mangano clicks along at montage-like speed
CD cover 'Midwest Farmer’s Daughter'

Margo Price: Midwest Farmer’s Daughter

The artist sings 1960s country-pop and vintage country-blues

Simon Trpčeski: Brahms, Ravel & Poulenc

Pianist’s playing is contained, precise and expressive in the detail

Schubert: String Quintet

Other-worldly, this is music with its eyes on some distant horizon

Sonny Rollins: Holding the Stage

The saxophonist delivers lush romance and dazzling a capellas

9Bach — Anian

Follow-up album broadens the band’s dubbed-up Welsh folk

Dälek: Asphalt for Eden

Thick layers of alt-rock guitar distortion swirl through the songs

CD cover of 'Always Strive and Prosper'

A$AP Ferg: Always Strive and Prosper

Album includes tunes that look at generational cycles of violence

Brahms, Fauré, et al: Songs to the Moon

Four singers offer an evening’s recital of less well-known duets

Graham Nash

Graham Nash: This Path Tonight

Tidy melodies reflect the artist’s reputation as one of the nicest men in rock

Sturgill Simpson: Sailor’s Guide to Earth

A swaggering tour through country, southern soul and rock and roll heartlands

Lucas Debargue: Scarlatti, Chopin, Liszt, Ravel

Tchaikovsky Competition fourth-placer’s debut recital disc is a varied affair

Mahler: Symphony No. 3

A conductor to watch, Jaap van Zweden guides his players with a sure hand

Imarhan: Imarhan

Album eschews the grit of Touareg guitar music for acoustic guitars

Marcus Strickland’s Twi-Life: Nihil Novi

A mix of flowing improv, intricate detail and body-moving rhythm

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