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GOTTSCHALK: A NIGHT IN THE TROPICS: Berceuse. Symphony, "A Night in the Tropics" (Review by James H. North)

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GOTTSCHALK: A NIGHT IN THE TROPICS: Célèbre tarantelle, op. 67/5 (Review by James H. North)

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GOTTSCHALK: A NIGHT IN THE TROPICS: Souvenir de Porto Rico, Marche des Gibaros. The Dying Poet, Meditation. Tournament Gallop. 01 ma charmante. Le Bananier, Chanson nègre. Manchega, Étude de concert. Célèbre tarantelle, op. 67/4 (Review by James H. North)

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BRITTEN: Lachrymae, for Viola and String Orchestra, op. 48? (Review by David K. Nelson)

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GERSHWIN: Rhapsody in Blue (Tatiana Roitman, pn); Creole Serenaders (Review by James Miller)

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GOTTSCHALK, LOUIS MOREAU: Ave Maria (arr. Rosenberg) (Review by Peter J. Rabinowitz)

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GOTTSCHALK, LOUIS MOREAU: Ave Maria (Review by Patrick Rucker)

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GOTTSCHALK, LOUIS MOREAU: Célèbre tarantella (Review by Patrick Rucker)

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GOTTSCHALK, LOUIS MOREAU: Escenas campestres cubanas (Review by Peter J. Rabinowitz)

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GOTTSCHALK, LOUIS MOREAU: Escenas campestres cubanas (Review by Patrick Rucker)

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GOTTSCHALK, LOUIS MOREAU: La chasse du jeune Henri (after Méhul) (Review by Peter J. Rabinowitz)

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GOTTSCHALK, LOUIS MOREAU: La chasse du jeune Henri (Review by Patrick Rucker)

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GOTTSCHALK, LOUIS MOREAU: Symphonies (Review by Patrick Rucker)

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GOTTSCHALK, LOUIS MOREAU: Symphony No. 1, “Nuit des tropiques” (Review by Peter J. Rabinowitz)

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GOTTSCHALK, LOUIS MOREAU: Symphony No. 2, “À Montevideo” (Review by Peter J. Rabinowitz)

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GOTTSCHALK, LOUIS MOREAU: Tarantella (Review by Peter J. Rabinowitz)

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GOTTSCHALK, LOUIS MOREAU: Variations de concert sur l’hymne portugais de Roi Louis I (Review by Patrick Rucker)

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GOTTSCHALK, LOUIS MOREAU: Variations on the Portuguese National Hymn (Review by Peter J. Rabinowitz)

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JOHNSON, JAMES P.: Yamacraw (Gary Hammond, pn) (Review by James Miller)

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MARAIS: Five Old French Dances, for Viola and Harpsichord (Review by David K. Nelson)

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MOROSS: Frankie and Johnny? Those Everlasting Blues. Willie the Weeper (Review by Henry Fogel)

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RESER: Suite for Banjo and Orchestra (Don Vappie, bjo) (Review by James Miller)

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SCHUBERT: Sonata in A Minor for Viola and Piano, D. 821 (“Arpeggione'Y. Alan (Review by David K. Nelson)

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SHULMAN: Theme and Variations, for Viola and Orchestra. (Review by David K. Nelson)

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SUESSE: Jazz Nocturne (Peter Mintun, pn); Concerto in 3 Rhythms (Michael Gurt, pn) (Review by James Miller)

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