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BACH, JOHANN SEBASTIAN: Motets, BWV 225, 226, 228, 229 (Review by Edward Strickland)

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BALASSA: Chant of Glarus, for orchestra, Op. 29. The Island of Everlasting Youth— Overture for Orchestra, Op. 32. Tresses, for soprano and chamber ensemble, Op. 2. Motet, for mixed choir, Op. 26 (Review by John Ditsky)

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BALASSA: The Man Outside, Op. 27 (Review by Peter J. Rabinowitz)

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BALÁZS: 3 Choruses (Review by Jürgen Gothe)

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BÁRDOS: Fire-rainbow (Review by Jürgen Gothe)

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FARKAS: Madrigal of the Rose; 2 Choruses (Review by Jürgen Gothe)

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FEHER: Homo Sapiens No. 1 (Review by Jürgen Gothe)

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KODÁLY: Bicinia Hungarica. Tricinia (Review by Barry Brenesal)

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KODÁLY: Choral Music, Volume 2 (Review by James Miller)

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LENDVAY: The Feller (Review by Jürgen Gothe)

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LISZT: Hungarian Coronation Mass (Review by Adrian Corleonis)

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LISZT: Missa Solennis (Gran Festival Mass) (Review by Peter J. Rabinowitz)

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LISZT: Symphony to Dante's Divine Comedy (Review by Peter J. Rabinowitz)

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LISZT: Symphony to Dante's Divine Comedy (Review by Peter J. Rabinowitz)

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MAROS: Distances (Review by Jürgen Gothe)

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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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PERGOLESI: Stabat Mater (Review by J. F. Weber)

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PERTIS: Unfaithful Girl (Review by Jürgen Gothe)

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PETROVICS: Slow Dancing Tune (Review by Jürgen Gothe)

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PONGRÁCZ, ZOLTÁN: Madrigal. 144 Sounds. In Praise of Folly. Sesquiáltera (Review by Paul Rapoport)

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RESPIGHI: La fiamma (Review by ROGER DETTMER)

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RESPIGHI: La fiamma—Opera in Three Acts (Review by ROGER DETTMER)

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SÁRY: Lied in Lyd (Review by Jürgen Gothe)

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STRAUSS, J.: A Night in Venice (Review by Paul Turok)

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SZOKOLAY: Revelation (Review by Jürgen Gothe)

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