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BERG, ALBAN: Chamber Concerto for Violin, Piano, and Thirteen Wind Instruments (Review by Neil Levenson)

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BOULEZ, PIERRE: Improvisations sur Mallarmé I and II (Review by Kyle Gann)

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BOZAY: Csongor and Tünde (Csongor és Tünde)—Opera in Three Acts, Op. 31 (Review by John Ditsky)

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DARVAS: Prelude. Medal. Solitary Confinement. Grief. Reminiscences (Review by Paul Rapoport)

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DURKÓ: Altamira. The History of the Spheres. Iconography No. 2. Burial Prayer (Review by Peter Burwasser)

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DURKÓ: Moses (excerpts). Turner Illustrations. Colloids (Review by Peter J. Rabinowitz)

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FARKAS: Come Away, Come Away. Three Songs (Review by John Ditsky)

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FARKAS: Sonnet VII. On Voit Mourir Toute Chose Animée, for Tenor, Flute, and Harp (Review by John Ditsky)

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HORUSITZKY: Chanson d'Automne. Three Songs (Review by John Ditsky)

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KADOSA: Four Songs (Review by John Ditsky)

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KÓSA, GYORGY: Death Fugue—Cantata for Soprano and Chamber Ensemble on a Poem by Paul Celan. In Memoriam for Solo Viola. I Call You, Swan—Cantata for Solo Bass Voice and Harmonium on a Poem by László Nagy. Karinthy Cantata—Chamber Cantata on Texts from Frigyes Karinthy's Journal (Review by John Ditsky)

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KÓSA, GYORGY: Einkehr (Review by John Ditsky)

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KÓSA, GYORGY: Geistliche Hirtenlieder, for Tenor and Organ (Review by John Ditsky)

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KURTAG, G.: The Sayings of Péter Bornemisza, op. 7. Four Songs to Poems by János Pilinszky, op. 1 7. Eight Piano Pieces, op. 3. Eight Duets for Violin and Cimbalom, op. 4*. Beads. Splinters, op. 6c. Waltz. János Pilinszky (Review by Benjamin Pernick)

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LANG, ISTVAN: Double Concerto for Clarinet, Harp, and Orchestra. String Quartet No. 3. Flashes for Solo Violin. Music 2—4—3 for Chamber Ensemble (Review by Stephen Ellis)

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LIGETI, GYORGY: Chamber Concerto for Thirteen Instrumentalists (Review by Neil Levenson)

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MAROS, R.: Fragment for Orchestra. Ricercare (In Memoriam 1919), for Orchestra. Cheremiss Folksongs, for Chorus a cappella. Contrasts, for Chamber Ensemble. Four Studies for Four Percussionists. Kaleidoscope, for Chamber Ensemble (Review by Stephen Ellis)

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PUCCINI: La Bohème (Review by Anthony D. Coggi)

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RÁNKI: Leverkuhns Abschied-Monodrama for Tenor and Chamber Ensemble (Review by John Ditsky)

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RIBÁRY: Sonnet (Review by John Ditsky)

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SCHOENBERG, ARNOLD: Pierrot Lunaire (Review by Kyle Gann)

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SOPRONI: Musica da camera No. 2; 3 Pieces for Flute and Cimbalom; 4 Intermezzi for Piano; Sonata for Horn and Piano; Concerto da camera (Review by Stephen Ellis)

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STRAVINSKY, IGOR: L'Histoire du Soldat (complete score); Renard; Three Japanese Lyrics (Review by Elliott Kaback)

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SZÉKELY: Sounds Arising and Disappearing, for Orchestra. Solo Cantata for Soprano and Chamber Ensemble. Concerto in Memory of Webern for Horn and Orchestra. Humanization, for Chamber Orchestra and Electronic Sound (Review by Stephen Ellis)

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SZÖLLÖSY: Three Pieces for Flute and Piano; Musica Concertante; Sonorità; Concerto for Orchestra No 5 (“Lehellet“) (Review by John Ditsky)

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VERDI: Aida (Review by Anthony D. Coggi)

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WAGNER: Elisabeth, Isolde, Kundry, Siegllnde, Senta, Brünnhilde (Review by William H. Youngren)

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WEBERN: Two Songs, Op. 8. Five Canons, Op. 16 (Review by Kyle Gann)

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