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James Kreger: CHOPIN, BRAHMS, BEETHOVEN

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Open Goldberg: Open Goldberg Variations

Pedro H. da Silva / Lucía Caruso: Jeanne d’Arc, Le Voyage dans la Lune

The Crossing: Selected Works

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Sir Charles Mackerras Interviewed

Robert Manno, the Reluctant Composer

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An Interview with Cathy Basrak: No More Viola Jokes!

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René Clemencic Conducts Two Sacred Works by Caldara, "a Great Master"

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Handel Compared: The Four Nations Ensemble Continues Its Survey

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Klavier Records Can Be a Little More Daring . . . and Is

Bernstein Remembered

Recovering a Forgotten Legacy: Piotr Nawrot and the Divine Word Missionaries in South America

Albert Wong: A Wise Old Soul—at Ten!

A Conversation with Composer-Conductor Julian Wachner

György Vashegyi Conducts Charpentier

Maxim Vengerov: At 26, Listening to the Internal Sound

Reflections from Russell Sherman

An Interview with Heidi Lowy

Jean-Paul Fouchécourt and the Air de Cour

The Sun Shines on Hessenberg

Doctrine and Discipline: The Music of Arthur Shepherd

Robin Blaze: Countertenor for a New Century

La Venexiana and the Italian New Wave

A Masterpiece from Modena: Alan Curtis Records Ferrari's Il Sansone

Joshua Bell on Violins, Red or Otherwise, and Violin Music

Hilary Hahn, Violinist: From Ysaÿe to Internet

The Historical Record

Daniel Levy Talks About Music, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Argentina, and (Briefly) Himself

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