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Feature Articles in Issue 40:6 (July/Aug 2017)

Marching to Her Own Drummer: The Sui Generis Music of Alla Elana Cohen

FEATURE REVIEW: THE RETURN (Thomas G. Leslie)

FEATURE REVIEW: COHEN, ALLA ELANA: “Inner Temple” Volume 2 Series... (Marissa Licata)

FEATURE REVIEW: THE RETURN (Thomas G. Leslie)

FEATURE REVIEW: COHEN, ALLA ELANA: “Inner Temple” Volume 2 Series... (Marissa Licata)

Following One’s Passions: Composer Guido Mancusi on His Passio Domini Secundum Joannem

A Pianist’s Thoughts on Practice, Playing and Recording

FEATURE REVIEW: MANCUSI: Passio Domini Secundum Joannem (Guido Mancusi)

FEATURE REVIEW: GREY CLOUDS (Pål Eide)

FEATURE REVIEW: MANCUSI: Passio Domini Secundum Joannem (Guido Mancusi)

FEATURE REVIEW: GREY CLOUDS (Pål Eide)

The Clarinet Artistry of Jonathan Parkin

FEATURE REVIEW: GREY CLOUDS (Pål Eide)

FEATURE REVIEW: PORTRAITS OF ENGLAND (Jonathan Parkin)

Busch-League, Not Bush-League, Repertoire: Jakob Fichert and the Piano Music of Adolf Busch

FEATURE REVIEW: PORTRAITS OF ENGLAND (Jonathan Parkin)

FEATURE REVIEW: BUSCH, ADOLF: Fantasia in C, BoO 20... (Jakob Fichert)

FEATURE REVIEW: PORTRAITS OF ENGLAND (Jonathan Parkin)

FEATURE REVIEW: BUSCH, ADOLF: Fantasia in C, BoO 20... (Jakob Fichert)

Gloriæ Dei Cantores and Rachmaninoff’s All-Night Vigil : A Faith-full Performance

Beauty and Empathy: Hans Graf Talks About Alban Berg’s Wozzeck

FEATURE REVIEW: RACHMANINOFF: All-Night Vigil, op. 37 (Peter Jermihov)

FEATURE REVIEW: BERG, ALBAN: Wozzeck (Hans Graf)

FEATURE REVIEW: RACHMANINOFF: All-Night Vigil, op. 37 (Peter Jermihov)

FEATURE REVIEW: BERG, ALBAN: Wozzeck (Hans Graf)

FEATURE REVIEW: RACHMANINOFF: All-Night Vigil, op. 37 (Peter Jermihov)

FEATURE REVIEW: BERG, ALBAN: Wozzeck (Hans Graf)

FEATURE REVIEW: RACHMANINOFF: All-Night Vigil, op. 37 (Peter Jermihov)

Connecting to the Center of Each Sound: An Interview with Pianist Amy Gustafson on Her Debut Album, Rêverie

FEATURE REVIEW: RACHMANINOFF: All-Night Vigil, op. 37 (Peter Jermihov)

From Gallagher to Brahms—The Road Taken by Pianist Frank Huang

Reaching Deep: A Conversation with Kathryn Rosenbach

FEATURE REVIEW: BRAHMS, JOHANNES: Piano Sonata No. 1. Scherzo in... (Frank Huang)

FEATURE REVIEW: DEBUSSY; RAVEL (Kathryn Rosenbach)

Lagniappe! (Re)discovering Offenbach

FEATURE REVIEW: DEBUSSY; RAVEL (Kathryn Rosenbach)

FEATURE REVIEW: OFFENBACH: Cello Duets (Paul Christopher)

Rostropovich Redivivus : The Complete Warner Recordings

Expressing the Intense Ambiguities and Complexities of Contemporary Life: A Conversation with Aylish Kerrigan

A Compositional Powerhouse: The Muscular Music of David Sampson

FEATURE REVIEW: SCHOENBERG, ARNOLD; BODLEY (Aylish Kerrigan)

FEATURE REVIEW: SAMPSON, DAVID: Fanfare for Canterbury Cathedral.... (Andy Lamy)

FEATURE REVIEW: SCHOENBERG, ARNOLD; BODLEY (Aylish Kerrigan)

FEATURE REVIEW: SAMPSON, DAVID: Fanfare for Canterbury Cathedral.... (Andy Lamy)

Thomas Leslie Talks About The Return of the UNLV Wind Orchestra

Another Conversation with Violinist Steven Staryk

FEATURE REVIEW: THE RETURN (Thomas G. Leslie)

FEATURE REVIEW: WIENIAWSKI: Violin Concerto No. 2. Études-Caprices,... (Steven Staryk)

FEATURE REVIEW: THE RETURN (Thomas G. Leslie)

FEATURE REVIEW: WIENIAWSKI: Violin Concerto No. 2. Études-Caprices,... (Steven Staryk)

FEATURE REVIEW: THE RETURN (Thomas G. Leslie)

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