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BARBER, SAMUEL: Adagio for Strings (Review by Dave Saemann)

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BARBER, SAMUEL: Capricorn Concerto (Review by Walter Simmons)

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BARBER, SAMUEL: Essay No. 1 (Review by Dave Saemann)

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BARBER, SAMUEL: School for Scandal Overture (Review by Dave Saemann)

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BARBER, SAMUEL: Symphony No. 1 (Review by Dave Saemann)

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BARBER, SAMUEL: Symphony No. 1 (Review by Arthur Lintgen)

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BERGSMA: Gold and the Senior Commandante (Review by Walter Simmons)

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BLOCH, ERNEST: Concerti Grossi (Review by Walter Simmons)

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BLOCH, ERNEST: Sinfonia Breve (Review by Walter Simmons)

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BRAHMS, JOHANNES: Piano Concerto No. 2 (Review by James A. Altena)

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CADMAN, CHARLES WAKEFIELD: Dark Dancers of the Mardi Gras (Charles Wakefield Cadman, piano) (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

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CARTER, ELLIOTT: The Minotaur (Review by Benjamin Pernick)

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COWELL, HENRY: Symphony No. 4 (Review by Benjamin Pernick)

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GERSHWIN: Porgy and Bess (Review by Phillip Scott)

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GERSHWIN: Summertime. I Got Rhythm (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

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GOULD, MORTON: Latin-American Symphonette (Review by Dave Saemann)

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GRIFFES, CHARLES T.: Poem for Flute and Orchestra (Review by Walter Simmons)

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GRIFFES, CHARLES T.: The Pleasure Dome of Kubla Khan. The White Peacock. Clouds. Bacchanale (Review by Dave Saemann)

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GRIFFES, CHARLES T.: The Pleasure Dome of Kubla Khan. The White Peacock. Clouds. Bacchanale (Review by Arthur Lintgen)

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GROFE: Grand Canyon Suite. Mississippi Suite (Review by Phillip Scott)

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HAGEMAN, RICHARD: Caponsacchi (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

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HANSON, HOWARD: For the First Time (Review by Walter Simmons)

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HANSON, HOWARD: Song of Democracy. Merry Mount, op. 31 (Review by Robert McColley)

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HANSON, HOWARD: Songs from “Drum Taps” (Review by Walter Simmons)

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HANSON, HOWARD: Symphonies (Review by Ron McDonald)

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HANSON, HOWARD: Symphonies (Review by Lawrence A. Johnson)

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HANSON, HOWARD: Symphony No. 1 (“Nordic“); Symphony No. 3 (Review by Walter Simmons)

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HANSON, HOWARD: Symphony No. 2, op. 30 (“Romantic“). Merry Mount (Review by Walter Simmons)

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HANSON, HOWARD: Symphony No. 4 (Review by Walter Simmons)

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HANSON, HOWARD: Symphony No. 4, “Requiem” (Review by Walter Simmons)

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HANSON, HOWARD: Symphony No. 5, “Sinfonia Sacra” (Review by Dave Saemann)

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HANSON, HOWARD: Symphony No. 7 (“A Sea Symphony“). Pan and the Priest. Variations on Two Ancient Hymn Tunes. Extended Theme from “Romantic“ Symphony. String Quartet (Review by Walter Simmons)

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HANSON, HOWARD: Symphony No. 7 for Chorus & Orchestra (“A Sea Symphony“) ; Pan and the Priest—Symphonic Poem, Op. 26; Rhythmic Variations on Two Ancient Hymns; Extended Theme (Review by John Ditsky)

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HANSON, HOWARD: The Cherubic Hymn (Review by Dave Saemann)

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HANSON, HOWARD: The Lament for Beowulf, op. 25. Pan and the Priest— Symphonic Poem, op. 26. Rhythmic Variations on Two Ancient Hymns. Symphony No. 7 (“A Sea Symphony“). Extended Theme (Review by Robert McColley)

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HARRIS, ROY: Symphony No. 3 (Review by Dave Saemann)

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HARRIS, ROY: Symphony No. 3 (Review by Arthur Lintgen)

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HARRIS, ROY: When Johnny Comes Marching Home (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

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HERBERT, VICTOR: Medley (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

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HIVELY: Tres Himnos (Review by Walter Simmons)

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IVES, CHARLES: Symphony No. 3. Three Places in New England (Review by Walter Simmons)

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KENNAN: Three Pieces (Review by Walter Simmons)

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LOEFFLER: Memories of My Childhood (Life in a Russian Village) (Review by Walter Simmons)

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MCCAULEY: Five Miniatures (Review by Walter Simmons)

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MCPHEE: Tabuh-Tabuhan (Review by Walter Simmons)

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MCPHEE: Tabuh-Tabuhan (Review by James H. North)

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MENNIN: Symphony No. 5 (Review by Walter Simmons)

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PISTON, WALTER: Symphony No. 3 (Review by Walter Simmons)

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PISTON, WALTER: The Incredible Fiutisť (Review by Walter Simmons)

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RIEGGER: New Dance (Review by Benjamin Pernick)

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RIEGGER: Romanza, op. 56a. Dance Rhythms, op. 58ař. Music for Orchestra, op. 50. Concerto for Piano and Woodwind Quintet, op. 53. Music for Brass Choir, op. 45*. Movement for Two Trumpets, Trombone, and Piano, op. 66*. Nonet for Brass, op. 49*. Symphony No. 3, op. 42* (Review by James H. North)

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SCHULLER: Seven Studies on Themes of Paul Klee (Review by Walter Simmons)

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SCHUMAN, WILLIAM: New England Triptych (Review by Walter Simmons)

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SESSIONS: The Black Maskers (Review by James H. North)

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SIEGMEISTER: Concerto for Flute and Orchestra'. Sextet for Brass and Percussion. Theatre Set. Concerto for Clarinet and Orchestra (Review by Paul A. Snook)

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SOUSA: The Stars and Stripes Forever (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

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STILL: La Guibalesse (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

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STILL: The Little Song that Wanted to be a Symphony (Review by David DeBoor Canfield)

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STILL: The Little Song that Wanted to be a Symphony (Review by Dave Saemann)

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STILL: The Little Song that Wanted to be a Symphony (Review by Maria Nockin)

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TAYLOR, DEEMS: Circus Day (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

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THOMPSON, RANDALL: Testament of Freedom (Review by Walter Simmons)

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THOMSON, VIRGIL: Symphony on a Hymn Tune. The Feast of Love (Review by James H. North)

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