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Performer: Oliver Knussen

ABRAHAMSEN: Winternacht. Walden (Review by James H. North)

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ANDERSON, JULIAN: Alhambra Fantasy. Diptych. Khorovod. The Crazed Moon. The Stations of the Sun (Review by Colin Anderson)

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BAINBRIDGE: Concerto for Viola and Orchestra (Review by Paul Rapoport)

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BIRTWISTLE: Chorale from a Toy Shop for Strings (Review by Ronald E. Grames)

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BIRTWISTLE: Chorale from a Toy Shop for Winds (Review by Ronald E. Grames)

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BIRTWISTLE: Melancolia f. Ritual Fragment. Meridian (Review by Alex Ross)

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BIRTWISTLE: Tombeau in memoriam Igor Stravinsky (Review by Ronald E. Grames)

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BRITTEN: The Prince of the Pagodas, op. 57 (Review by Elliott Kaback)

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BRITTEN: The Rape of Lucretia (Review by Alan Swanson)

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BRITTEN: The Rape of Lucretia (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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CARTER, ELLIOTT: Clarinet Concerto (Review by Robert Carl)

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CARTER, ELLIOTT: Clarinet Quintet. Figment V. La Musique. Retracing III. Due Duetti. Figment III. Figment IV. Poems of Louis Zukovsky. Retracing II (Review by Robert Carl)

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CARTER, ELLIOTT: Concerto for Orchestra. Concerto for Violin and Orchestra''. Three Occasions for Orchestra (Review by Art Lange)

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CARTER, ELLIOTT: Dialogues. Boston Concerto. Cello Concerto. ASKO Concerto (Review by Robert Carl)

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CARTER, ELLIOTT: Horn Concerto. Mad Regales. Tintinnabulation. Wind Rose (Review by Robert Carl)

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CARTER, ELLIOTT: Sound Fields. On Conversing with Paradise. Retracing (Review by Robert Carl)

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CARTER, ELLIOTT: Symphonia. sum fluxae pretium spei (Review by Robert Carl)

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CARTER, ELLIOTT: Three Occasions (Review by Robert Carl)

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CARTER, ELLIOTT: Triple Duo. In Sleep, In Thunder (Review by Kyle Gann)

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CARTER, ELLIOTT: Violin Concerto. Concerto for Orchestra (Review by Robert Carl)

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COPLAND, AARON: Grohg—Ballet in One Act. Prelude for Chamber Orchestra. Hear Ye! Hear Ye!— Ballet in One Act (Review by Peter Burwasser)

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DEL TREDICI: 4 Songs on Poems of James Joyce. 2 Songs on Poems of James Joyce. Syzygy. Vintage Alice (Review by John Story)

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DEL TREDICI: An Alice Symphony (Review by Benjamin Pernick)

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DEL TREDICI: Syzygy. 4 Songs on Poems of James Joyce. 2 Songs on Poems of James Joyce. Vintage Alice (Review by Robert Carl)

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GOEHR, ALEXANDER: ...a musical offering (J.S.B. 1985)-----Behold the Sun. Lyric Pieces. Sinfonia (Review by Paul A. Snook)

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GOEHR, ALEXANDER: When Adam Fell, Op. 89 (2011). Pastorals, Op. 19 (1965). Marching to Carcasonne, Op. 74 (2002) (Review by Scott Noriega)

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HENZE, HANS WERNER: Undine (Review by James H. North)

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KNUSSEN: Choral. Autumnal. Whitman Settings. Secret Psalm. Prayer Bell Sketch (Review by Ronald E. Grames)

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KNUSSEN: Flourish with Fireworks, op. 22. The Ride to Castle Yonder, op. 21a. Two Organa, op. 27. Concerto for Horn and Orchestra, op. 28. Music for a Puppet Court, op. 11. Whitman Settings, op. 25a.... upon one note“—Fantázia after Purcell (Review by Robert Carl)

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KNUSSEN: Songs without Voices, op. 26. Whitman Settings, op. 25. Hums and Songs of Winnie-the-Pooh, op. 6. Variations, op. 24. Four Late Poems and An Epigram of Rainer Maria Rilke, op. 23. Sonya's Lullaby, op. 16. Océan de terre, op. 10 (revised version) (Review by Peter J. Rabinowitz)

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KNUSSEN: Symphonies (Review by Ronald E. Grames)

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KNUSSEN: Symphony No. 2, for Soprano and Orchestra. Trumpets, for Soprano and Three Clarinets. Coursing, for Chamber Orchestra. Cantata, for Oboe and String Trio (Review by Stephen Ellis)

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KNUSSEN: Symphony No. 3, Op. 18. Ophelia Dances, Op. 13 (Review by Paul Rapoport)

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KNUSSEN: Violin Concerto (Review by Paul Ingram)

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KNUSSEN: Violin Concerto. Requiem–Songs for Sue. Ophelia’s Last Dance (Review by Ronald E. Grames)

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KNUSSEN: Where the Wild Things Are—Fantasy Opera, Op. 20 (Review by John Ditsky)

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KNUSSEN: Where the Wild Things Are—Fantasy Opera, Op. 20 (Review by John Ditsky)

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KNUSSEN & SENDAK: Higglety Pigglety Pop! Cynthia Buchán (Jennie); Lisa Saffer (The Potted Plant/Baby/Mother Goose); Rosemary Hardy (Rhoda, a parlormaid/Voice of Baby’s Mother); Christopher Gillett (Cat-Milkman/High voice of Ash-tree); David Wilson-Johnson (Pig-in-Sandwich Boards/Low voice of Ash-tree); Stephen Richardson (Lion) (Review by Marc Mandel)

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KNUSSEN & SENDAK: Higglety Pigglety Pop! Where the Wild Things Are (Review by Marc Mandel)

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KNUSSEN & SENDAK: Where the Wild Things Are Lisa Saffer (Max); Mary King (Mama/Tzippy the female Wild Thing); Christopher Gillett (Wild Thing with Beard/Goat Wild Thing); Quentin Hayes (Wild Thing with Horns); David Wilson-Johnson (Rooster Wild Thing); Stephen Richardson (Bull Wild Thing) (Review by Marc Mandel)

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LIEBERSON, PETER: Drala.' Concerto for 4 Groups of Instruments. Accordance. 3 Songs. Ziji. Raising the Gaze. FireS Free and Easy Wanderer (Review by Robert Carl)

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LIEBERSON, PETER: Drala.' Concerto for 4 Groups of Instruments. Accordance. 3 Songs. Ziji. Raising the Gaze. FireS Free and Easy Wanderer (Review by Robert Kirzinger)

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LINDBERG, MAGNUS: Aura (Review by Robert Kirzinger)

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LINDBERG, OSKAR: Engine (Review by Robert Kirzinger)

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MATTHEWS, COLIN: Fourth Sonata. Suns Dance. Broken Symmetry (Review by Alex Ross)

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MATTHEWS, COLIN: Fourth Sonata. Suns Dance. Broken Symmetry (Review by Mike Silverton)

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MAXWELL DAVIES, PETER: Canon ad honorem Igor Stravinsky (arr. Knussen) (Review by Ronald E. Grames)

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MAXWELL DAVIES, PETER: Canon in memoriam Igor Stravinsky (Review by Ronald E. Grames)

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MAXWELL DAVIES, PETER: Taverner (Review by Carson Cooman)

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MUSSORGSKY-STOKOWSKI: Pictures at an Exhibition (1939). Boris Godunov (Review by Barry Brenesal)

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NØRGÅRD: Gilgamesh. Voyage into the Golden Screen (Review by Alex Ross)

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RUDERS: Corpus Cum Figuris. Thus Saw Saint John. Manhattan Abstraction (Review by James H. North)

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RUDERS: Four Compositions (Review by James H. North)

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RUDERS: Psalmodies, for Guitar and Nine Instruments. Vox in Rama, for Amplified Violin, Clarinet, and Piano. Nightshade, for Ten Instruments (Review by James H. North)

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RUDERS: Psalmodies, for Guitar and Nine Instruments. Vox in Rama, for Amplified Violin, Clarinet, and Piano. Nightshade, for Ten Instruments (Review by Mike Silverton)

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RUDERS: Psalmodies, for Guitar and Nine Instruments. Vox in Rama, for Amplified Violin, Clarinet, and Piano. Nightshade, for Ten Instruments (Review by Scott Wheeler)

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SAXTON: Concerto for Orchestra*. The Sentinel of the Rainbow, for Six Players. The Ring of Eternity, for Small Orchestra. Chamber Symphony (Review by Stephen Ellis)

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SCHOENBERG, ARNOLD: Pierrot Lunaire, op. 21. Herzgewächse, op. 20. Pierrot Lunaire, op. 21 (English translation by Andrew Porter) (Review by James H. North)

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SCHOENBERG, ARNOLD: Pierrot Lunaire. Hergewächse (Review by Susan Kagan)

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SEEGER, RUTH CRAWFORD: Music for Small Orchestra. 3 Chants. Piano Study in Mixed Accents. 3 Songs (Review by Lawrence A. Johnson)

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SEEGER, RUTH CRAWFORD: String Quartet 1931. 2 Ricercare. Andante for Strings. Rissolty Rossolty (Review by Lawrence A. Johnson)

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STRAVINSKY, IGOR: Fanfare for a New Theater. L’histoire du soldat. Double Canon (Raoul Dufy in memoriam). Epitaphium (Review by Ronald E. Grames)

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TAKEMITSU: Day Signal. How Slow The Wind. Twill By Twilight. Archipelago S. Dream/Window. Night Signal (Review by Art Lange)

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TAKEMITSU: Quotation of Dream (Review by Art Lange)

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TAKEMITSU: Riverrun. Water Ways. Rain Coming. Rain Spell. Tree Line (Review by Art Lange)

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TAKEMITSU: Water-Ways (Review by Phillip Scott)

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WOLPE, STEFAN: Suife im Hexachord, for Oboe and Clarinet. Quintet with Voice. Piece in 3 Pans, for Piano and Sixteen Instruments (Review by Mike Silverton)

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WUORINEN: A Reliquary for Igor Stravinsky (Review by Phillip Scott)

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WUORINEN: Cyclops 2000 (Review by Phillip Scott)

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WUORINEN: The Great Procession (Review by Carson Cooman)

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WUORINEN: The River of Light (Review by Carson Cooman)

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