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SIMPLE GIFTS. British and American Folk Songs: The Fox. Four Loom Weaver. Foggy Foggy Dew. Turtle Dove. Old Paint—The Carter. Johnny I Hardly Knew You. October Winds. She Moved Through the Fair. Get Up and Go. Old Joe Clark. I Will Give My Love an Apple—/ Gave My Love a Cherry. Simple Gifts—Lord of the Dance (Review by George Chien)

drum 

BUSH, GEOFFREY: Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime... (Simon Joly) (Review by Ronald E. Grames)

Arthur Savile 

BACH, JOHANN SEBASTIAN: Fugue, BWV 865 (Review by Michael Ullman)

horn 

BACH, JOHANN SEBASTIAN: Toccata and Fugue in d. Air. Little Fugue in g. Fantasie. Fugue in c. Badinerie. Fugue, BWV 885. Fugue, BWV 230 (Review by Michael Ullman)

horn 

BATESON: The Nightingale (Review by Michael Ullman)

horn 

BENNET, JOHN: Elve’s Dance (Review by Michael Ullman)

horn 

BYRD, WILLIAM: A Feigned Friend (Review by Michael Ullman)

horn 

BYRON, MICHAEL: Elegant Detours (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

marimba 

BYRON, MICHAEL: Elegant Detours (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

vibraphone 

COX, RICK: On Tuesday (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

marimba 

COX, RICK: On Tuesday (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

vibraphone 

FINK: As Is Thought/Aurora (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

marimba 

FINK: As Is Thought/Aurora (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

vibraphone 

FOX, JIM: Among Simple Shadows (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

marimba 

FOX, JIM: Among Simple Shadows (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

vibraphone 

GARLAND: Dancing on Water (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

marimba 

GARLAND: Dancing on Water (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

vibraphone 

KUBIK, GAIL: Gerald McBoing Boing (Review by Leslie Gerber)

percussion 

LENTZ: Song(s) of the Sirens (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

marimba 

LENTZ: Song(s) of the Sirens (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

vibraphone 

MESSIAEN: Des Canyons aux étoiles.. . Oiseaux Exotiques. Couleurs de la Cité Céleste (Review by Kyle Gann)

glockenspiel 

PECK: Automobile (Review by Peter Frank)

percussion 

PENN: Fantasy; Four Preludes for Leigh Howard Stevens (Review by Peter Frank)

percussion 

PURCELL: In These Delightful Pleasant Groves (Review by Michael Ullman)

horn 

ROGERS, BERNARD: The Musicians of Bremen (Review by Leslie Gerber)

percussion 

SCHEIDT, SAMUEL: Canzon Cornetto a 4 (Review by Michael Ullman)

horn 

STERN: The Fairy's Gift (Review by Leslie Gerber)

percussion 

STOCKHAUSEN: Telemusik, for electronic tape. Mixtur, for orchestra, sine-wave generators, and ring modulators (Review by John Ditsky)

sine-wave generators 

TELEMANN, GEORG PHILIPP: Concerto for Four Horns (Review by Michael Ullman)

horn 

TELEMANN, GEORG PHILIPP: English Madrigals (Review by Michael Ullman)

horn 

WARD, JOHN: Love Is a Dainty (Review by Michael Ullman)

horn 

WILSON: Echoes (Review by Peter Frank)

percussion 

 

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