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JOHANN STRAUSS II EDITION, Volume 7: Spirits of the Age—Waltz, op. 25. Bacchus Polka, op. 38. Odeon Quadrille, op. 29. Snow-drops—Waltz, op. 143 Neuhaus Polka, op. 137. Crown March, op. 139. Tales of the Ball—Waltz, op. 150. Furioso Polka, op. 260. German Soldiers March, op. 284. Columns—Waltz, op. 262. Soldier's Sweetheart—Poika Mazurka, op. 379. North Sea Pictures—Waltz, op. 390 (Review by John Bauman)

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JOHANN STRAUSS II EDITION, Volume 8: The Sanguine Ones—Waltz, op. 27. Pepita Polka, op. 138. Archduke Wilhelm's Recovery March, op. 149. Sound Waves—Waitz, op. 148. Reunion Polka, op. 142. A Masked Ball—Quadrille on Themes from Verdi's Opera, op. 272. Carnival's Ambassador—Waltz, op. 270. Light of Heart—Quick Polka, op. 319. Season Quadrille, op. 283. Cagliostro Waltz, op. 370. Bandits Galop, op. 378. Lagoon Waltz, op. 411 (Review by John Bauman)

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J. STRAUSS II: Complete Orchestral Music, Volumes 4-6: Volume 4 (Review by John Bauman)

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J. STRAUSS II: Complete Orchestral Music, Volumes 4-6: Volume 5 (Review by John Bauman)

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J. STRAUSS II: Complete Orchestral Music, Volumes 4-6: Volume 6 (Review by John Bauman)

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MENDELSSOHN, FELIX: A Midsummer Night’s Dream... (Anthony Bramali) (Review by Michael Jameson)

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BACH, JOHANN SEBASTIAN: Concertos for Violin and Orchestra (Review by David K. Nelson)

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BEETHOVEN, LUDWIG VAN: Eleven Viennese Dances, WoO 17. Twelve Contredances, WoO 14. Twelve German Dances, WoO 8. Twelve Minuets, WoO 18 (Review by Mortimer H. Frank)

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GRIEG, EDVARD: Concerto in A Minor for Piano and Orchestra, op. 16 (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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MENDELSSOHN, FELIX: Concerto No. 2 in D Minor for Piano and Orchestra, op. 40 (Review by Peter J. Rabinowitz)

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MYSLIVEČEK: L’Olimpiade (Review by Maria Nockin)

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RUBINSTEIN, ANTON: Fantaisie in C for Piano and Orchestra, op. 84. Concertstück in A♭ for Piano and Orchestra, op. 113 (Review by David Johnson)

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SCHULHOFF, ERWIN: Ogelala, “Ballettmysterium” (Review by James H. North)

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SCHULHOFF, ERWIN: Suite for Chamber Orchestra. Symphony No. 2 (Review by James H. North)

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SMETANA: Libuše (Review by James H. North)

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STRAUSS II, JOHANN: Die Fledermaus (Review by John Bauman)

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STRAUSS II, JOHANN: Famous Waltzes, Polkas, Marches, and Overtures, Volume I (Review by John Bauman)

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VERDI: Nabucco (Review by David Mason Greene)

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VERDI: Opera Choruses (Review by David Mason Greene)

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