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DARGOMYZHSKY: The Stone Guest (Review by David Johnson)

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FRIED: The Diary of Anne Frank (Review by James H. North)

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HAYDN, FRANZ JOSEPH: Concerto in D for Piano and Orchestra, Hob.XVIII (Review by Peter J. Rabinowitz)

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KISSIN: Two Inventions (Review by Peter J. Rabinowitz)

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LISZT: Concerto No. 1 in E♭ for Piano and Orchestra (Review by Peter J. Rabinowitz)

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MOZART: Concerto No. 12 in A for Piano and Orchestra, K. 414 (Review by Peter J. Rabinowitz)

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PROKOFIEV: Concerto No. 3 in C for Piano and Orchestra, op. 26 (Review by Peter J. Rabinowitz)

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PROKOFIEV: Concerto No. 3 in C for Piano and Orchestra, op. 26. Visions fugitives, op. 22 (Review by Peter J. Rabinowitz)

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PROKOFIEV: Piano Concerto No. 3 (Review by Peter J. Rabinowitz)

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RACHMANINOFF: Aleko. Natalia Erasova, soprano (Zemfira); Galina Borissova, alto (An Old Gypsy); Vitaly Tarastchenko, (The Young Gypsy) tenor; Vladimir Matorin, baritone (Aleko); Vitacheslav Potchapski, bass (The Old Gypsy) (Review by James H. North)

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RACHMANINOFF: Concerto No. 2 in C Minor for Piano and Orchestra, op. 18 (Review by Peter J. Rabinowitz)

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RACHMANINOFF: Francesca da Rimini (Review by James H. North)

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RACHMANINOFF: Francesca da Rimini (Review by Peter J. Rabinowitz)

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RACHMANINOFF: Francesca da Rimini. Marina Lapina, soprano (Francesca); Vitaly Tarastchenko, tenor (Paolo); Nikolai Vassiliev, tenor (Dante); Nikolai Rechetniak, baritone (Shade of Virgil); Vladimir Matorin, bass (LanciottoMalatesta) (Review by James H. North)

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RACHMANINOFF: Spring, op. 20 (Review by David Johnson)

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RACHMANINOFF: The Miserly Knight (Review by James Miller)

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RACHMANINOFF: The Miserly Knight. Vladimir Krudiashov, tenor (Albert); Alexander Arkhipov, tenor (The Jew); Vladislav Verestnikov, baritone (The Duke); Mikhail Krutnikov, bass (The Baron) (Review by James H. North)

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RACHMANINOFF: The Three Operas (Review by James H. North)

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RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: May Night (Review by Donald Seibert)

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RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: May Night (Review by Barry Brenesal)

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SEROV: Judith (Review by Raymond Beegle)

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SHOSTAKOVICH: Concerto No. 1 for Piano and Orchestra, op. 35 (Review by Peter J. Rabinowitz)

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SHOSTAKOVICH: From Jewish Folk Poetry, op 79a (Review by Peter J. Rabinowitz)

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SHOSTAKOVICH: The Gamblers, op. 63 (Review by Royal S. Brown)

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SHOSTAKOVICH: The Gamblers, op. 63 (Review by David Johnson)

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TANEYEV: Saint John of Damascus (Review by David Johnson)

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TCHAIKOVSKY: Concerto No. 1 in B♭ Minor lor Piano and Orchestra, op. 23 (Review by Peter J. Rabinowitz)

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TCHAIKOVSKY: Moscow (Review by David Johnson)

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WAGNER: Rienzi (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

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WAGNER: The Flying Dutchman (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

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