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STARS AND STRIPES FOREVER! Washington Post; El...: (Review by William H. Youngren)

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BASSETT, LESLIE: Lullaby for Kirsten (Review by Stephen Ellis)

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BOLCOM, WILLIAM: Haunted Labyrinth (Review by Robert Carl)

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BOLCOM, WILLIAM: Scherzo Fantasy. 3 Donald Hall Songs (Review by Robert Carl)

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BOLCOM, WILLIAM: Session II (Review by Robert Carl)

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BOLCOM, WILLIAM: Session IIl. Five Fold Five (Review by Robert Carl)

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BOLCOM, WILLIAM: Song (Review by Stephen Ellis)

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BOLCOM, WILLIAM: Virtuosity Rag (Review by Robert Carl)

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DAHL: Concerto for Alto Saxophone and Wind Orchestra (Review by Alex Ross)

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DAHL: Concerto for Saxophone and Wind Orchestra (Review by John Ditsky)

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DAUGHERTY, MICHAEL: Rosa Parks Boulevard (Review by Stephen Ellis)

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ETLER: Concerto for Clarinet with Chamber Ensemble (Review by John Ditsky)

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GRAINGER: Lincolnshire Posy. Irish Tune from County Derry (Review by Stephen Ellis)

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GREGSON: Tuba Concerto (wind band version) (Review by Alex Ross)

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HINDEMITH, PAUL: Symphony for Concert Band in B♭ (Review by Stephen Ellis)

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HOLST, GUSTAV: First Suite in B (Review by Stephen Ellis)

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IVES, CHARLES: March II with the Air “Old Kentucky Home.“ Ann Street. Calcium Light Night. Holiday Quickstep. Four Songs for Brass Quintet (transcribed by Kenneth Singleton). On the Counter; The Side Show; Slow March; Tarrant Moss. Fugue in Four Keys (“On the Shining Shore“). The Unanswered Question. Remembrance. Evening. Mists. From a Brass Serenade (transcription by Donald Bullock). The Circus Band. Romanzi di Central Park. All the Way Round and Sack—Scherzo. Over the Pavements—Scherzo. Gyp the Blood or Hearst?! Which is Worst?! (realized by Kenneth Singleton). Adagio Sostenuto. Tone Roads No. 1. Tone Roads No. 3. March II with the Air “Son of a Gambolier.“ The See'r. Luck and Work. Like a Sick Eagle. Hallowe'en (Review by Alex Ross)

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KEURIS: Catena—Refrains and Variations for Thirty-one Wind Instruments and Percussion (Review by Alex Ross)

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MORTHENSON: Paraphonia for Wind Orchestra, Percussion, String Quartet, and Synthesized (Review by Alex Ross)

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STOCKHAUSEN: Samstag aus Licht (Review by Kyle Gann)

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STRAUSS: Wiener Philharmoniker Fanfare (Review by Stephen Ellis)

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STRAVINSKY, IGOR: Symphonies of Wind Instruments'. Septeť. Octet for Wind Instruments'. Tango for Piano. Piano-Rag-Music. Concerto for Piano and Wind Instruments' (Review by Michael Ullman)

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