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BARTÓK: Rhapsody No. 1 (Review by Robert Maxham)

piano 

BOGLE: And the band played Waltzing Matilda (Review by Michael Cameron)

piano 

DEBUSSY: Violin Sonata (Review by Robert Maxham)

piano 

DONATONI: Lem II (Review by Colin Clarke)

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DYLAN, BOB: Masters of War (Review by Michael Cameron)

piano 

FLANDERS: The Sloth (Review by Raymond Beegle)

piano 

FLANDERS/SWANN: The Ostrich (Review by Michael Cameron)

piano 

FOSTER, STEPHEN: We are coming, Father Abraam. Was my brother in the battle? (Review by Michael Cameron)

piano 

GOMPPER: Mrs. Bixby’s Sons (Review by Michael Cameron)

piano 

GOMPPER: Shades of Love (Review by Carson Cooman)

piano 

GOMPPER: The Animals (Review by Raymond Beegle)

piano 

HARNICK: Merry Little Minuet (Review by Michael Cameron)

piano 

HU, Ching-Chu: A Tempered Wish (Review by Colin Clarke)

conductor 

IVES, CHARLES: Tom Sails Away. In Flanders Fields. He is there! (Review by Michael Cameron)

piano 

KORNGOLD, ERICH: Much Ado about Nothing (Review by Robert Maxham)

piano 

LEHRER: So Long, Mom (A Song for World War III). The Wild West is where I want to be (Review by Michael Cameron)

piano 

MESSIAEN: Thème et Variations (Review by Robert Maxham)

piano 

NEZ: beyond release (Review by Colin Clarke)

conductor 

PAXTON: Jimmy Newman (Review by Michael Cameron)

piano 

RAVEL: Histoire Natuerelles (Review by Raymond Beegle)

piano 

REGER, MAX: Schlichte Weisen (Review by Raymond Beegle)

piano 

ROBERTS: Lines of Life II (Review by Colin Clarke)

conductor 

ROBERTS, J. D.: In the Same Space (Review by Carson Cooman)

piano 

SCHEER: Voices from World War II (Review by Michael Cameron)

piano 

SCHOENBERG, ARNOLD: Phantasy (Review by Robert Maxham)

piano 

STAMATELOS: Love and Terror (Review by Carson Cooman)

piano 

STEFFE: Battle Hymn of the Republic (Review by Michael Cameron)

piano 

SWANN: The Bestiary of Flanders and Swann (Review by Raymond Beegle)

piano 

THOMAS, RICHARD PEARSON: Far Off (Review by Carson Cooman)

piano 

WEBERN: 2 Songs (Review by Colin Clarke)

conductor 

ZAHLER, NOEL: Clarinet Concerto (Review by Colin Clarke)

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