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BRAHMS, JOHANNES: Five Trios, Volume One. Trio in B for Violin, Cello, and Piano, op. 8. Trio in E♭ for Horn, Violin, and Piano, op. 40 (Review by Robert McColley)

piano 

BRAHMS, JOHANNES: Five Trios, Volume Two. Trios for Violin, Cello, and Piano (Review by Robert McColley)

piano 

CHOPIN, FRÉDÉRIC: Introduction and Polonaise brillante, op. 3 (Review by Jerry Dubins)

piano 

CHOPIN, FRÉDÉRIC: Introduction and Polonaise brillante, op. 3 (Review by James Forrest)

piano 

CHOPIN, FRÉDÉRIC: Introduction and Polonaise brillante, op. 3 (Review by Colin Clarke)

piano 

DVOŘÁK, ANTONIN: Czech Suite. Nocturne (Review by James H. North)

conductor 

DVOŘÁK, ANTONIN: Humoresques, op. 101 (Review by Charles Timbrell)

piano 

DVOŘÁK, ANTONIN: Piano Trio No. 3 in f. Piano Quartet No. 2 in E♭ (Review by Jerry Dubins)

piano 

DVOŘÁK, ANTONIN: Serenade for Strings (Review by James H. North)

conductor 

ELGAR: In Smyrna. Skizze. Dream Children, op. 43. Concerto Allegro, op. 46 (Review by Peter J. Rabinowitz)

piano 

GERSHWIN: An American in Paris. Concerto in F for Piano and Orchestra. Rhapsody in Blue (Review by Robert McColley)

piano 

GERSHWIN: An American in Paris. Rhapsody in Blue. Concerto in F for Piano and Orchestra (Review by Gwendolyn Haverstock)

piano 

HAYDN, FRANZ JOSEPH: La fedeltà premiata (Review by James H. North)

conductor 

PICCINNI: Roland (Review by George Jellinek)

conductor 

RACHMANINOFF: Humoresque, op 10/5 (Review by Charles Timbrell)

piano 

SCHUBERT: Fantasy in C, op. 15, D.760 (“Wanderer“). Piano and Sonata in C, D. 840 (“Reliquie“). Drei Klavierstücke, D.946 (Review by Susan Kagan)

piano 

SCHUBERT: Works for Violin and Piano. Rondo in B Minor, op. 70, D. 895 (“Rondo Brillant“). Three Sonatas (Sonatinas) for Violin and Piano, op. 137 (Review by Robert Maxham)

piano 

SCHUMANN: Humoreske, op 20 (Review by Charles Timbrell)

piano 

STRAUSS: Piano Sonata in B Minor, op. 5. Stimmungsbilder, op. 9 (Review by Peter J. Rabinowitz)

piano 

SUK: Humoreske (Review by Charles Timbrell)

piano 

TCHAIKOVSKY: Humoreske, op 10/2 (Review by Charles Timbrell)

piano 

TRAETTA: Ippolito ed Arida (Review by George Jellinek)

conductor 

VIOTTI: Violin Concertos (Review by Robert Maxham)

conductor 

 

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