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BERNSTEIN/SONDHEIM: West Side Story (Review by James Miller)

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BORODIN/WRIGHT AND FORREST: Kismet (Review by James Miller)

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FAIN AND CONNORS/ROBBINS: Someone's Waiting For You (Review by James Miller)

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GERSHWIN/GERSHWIN: Goldwyn Follies (Review by James Miller)

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KÁLMÁN, EMMERICH: I was born in the autumn. Wherever you step. Eternal ecstasy. Alone. I'm going into exile. Flower song. Hajdu Dance. I don't have a father. On an autumn evening. The German camp makes a fire. Skeley Anna. Sárvár song. Memory. Camp song of the crusaders. Song of the falcon. Jolly wine song. I don't know. Grand courting song from the time of Louis the Great The spring is coming. Song of the nightingale. Reverie. 2 Intermezzos. Scherzo (Review by Christopher Williams)

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KILPINEN: Kanteletar Songs (Review by Henry Fogel)

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LLOYD WEBBER/RICE: Evita (Review by James Miller)

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LOEWE/LERNER: My Fair Lady (Review by James Miller)

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PORTER, C.: Kiss Me, Kate (Review by James Miller)

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REGER, MAX: Es schläft ein stiller Garten, op. 98, no. 4. Winterahnung, op. 4, no. 3. Im April, op. 4, no. 4. Ein Paar, op. 55, no. 9. Nelken, op. 15, no. 3. Hat gesagt—bleibt's nicht dabei, op. 75, no. 12. Die bunten Kühe, op. 70, no. 4. Schlummerlied. Flötenspielerin, op. 88, no. 3. Totensprache, op. 62, no. 12. Leise, leise weht ihr Lüfte, op. 97, no. 2. Der bescheidene Schäfer, op. 97, no. 4. Mittag, op. 76, no. 35. Von der Liebe, op. 76, no. 32. Waldeinsamkeit, op. 76, no. 3. Der verliebte Jäger, op. 76, no. 13. Traum durch die Dämmerung, op. 35, no. 3. Ae-olsharfe, op. 75, no. 11. Ein Drängen, op. 97, no. 3. Einsamkeit, op. 75, no. 18. An die Hoffnung, op. 124 (Review by James H. North)

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REGER, MAX: Lieder (Review by James H. North)

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RODGERS-HART: Babes in Arms (Review by James Miller)

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RODGERS AND HAMMERSTEIN: The King and I (Review by James Miller)

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STYNE/MERRILL: Funny Girl (Review by James Miller)

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