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BRAHMS, JOHANNES: Hungarian Dances (Review by Mortimer H. Frank)

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BRAHMS, JOHANNES: Serenades (Review by Mortimer H. Frank)

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BRUCKNER, ANTON: Symphony No. 7 in E (Nowak edition) (Review by Ron McDonald)

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BRUCKNER, ANTON: Symphony No. 7 in E (Review by Ron McDonald)

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CHAUSSON: Symphony in Bb, op. 20 (Review by Adrian Corleonis)

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CLEMENTI, MUZIO: Symphonies (Review by Michael Carter)

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CLEMENTI, MUZIO: Symphonies (Review by Michael Carter)

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CLEMENTI, MUZIO: The Orchestral Music (Review by David Johnson)

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CLEMENTI, MUZIO: Volume One (Review by David Johnson)

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CLEMENTI, MUZIO: Volume Two (Review by David Johnson)

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FRANCK, CÉSAR: Symphony in D Minor (Review by Adrian Corleonis)

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LISZT: A Faust Symphony (Review by David Johnson)

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LISZT: A Faust Symphony, S. 108 (Review by Peter J. Rabinowitz)

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MARTUCCI: La canzone dei ricordi. Novelletta. Colore orientale. Andante. Notturno. Serenata. Momento musicale (Review by Barry Brenesal)

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MARTUCCI: Symphony No. 1 in D Minor, op. 75. Novelletta, op. 82. Notturno, op. 70, no. 1. Tarantella, op. 44 (Review by James Miller)

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MARTUCCI: Symphony No. 2 in F, op. 81. Andante, op. 69, no. 2. Colore orientale, op. 44, no. 3 (Review by James Miller)

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MENDELSSOHN, FELIX: A Midsummer Night's Dream (Review by Richard Burke)

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MENDELSSOHN, FELIX: Symphonies (Review by Richard Burke)

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MENDELSSOHN, FELIX: Symphony No. 11nC Minor, op. 11. Overtures (Review by Richard Burke)

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MENDELSSOHN, FELIX: Symphony No. 2 in Bb, op. 52 (“Lobgesang“). St. Paul, op. 36 (Review by Richard Burke)

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MENDELSSOHN, FELIX: Symphony No. 5 in D Minor, op. 107 ("Reformation"). Dieerste Walpurgisnacht, op. 60 (Review by Elliott S. Hurwitt)

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MENDELSSOHN, FELIX: Symphony No. 5 in D Minor, op. 107 (“Reformation“). Dieerste Walpurgisnacht, op. 60 (Review by David Johnson)

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RAFF: Symphony No. 3 in F, op. 153 (“Im Walde“). Evening Rhapsody, op. 163b. Romeo and Juliet (Review by James H. North)

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SCHOECK: Violin Concerto, “quasi una fantasia” (Review by Robert Maxham)

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SMETANA: Má Vlast (Review by James H. North)

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WAGNER: Der Ring des Nibelungen (Review by William H. Youngren)

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WAGNER: Die Feen (Review by William H. Youngren)

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WAGNER: Tristan und Isolde (Review by William H. Youngren)

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