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Cries of London -- Music in Honor of Queen Elizabeth...: (Review by J. F. Weber)

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BEETHOVEN, LUDWIG VAN: Folksong Arrangements from England, Scotland, Wales, and Ireland, arranged for voices, piano, violin, and cello (Review by M.J. Albacete)

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BEETHOVEN, LUDWIG VAN: Folksong Settings (Review by Steven Anderson)

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BEETHOVEN, LUDWIG VAN: God Save the King; Sir Johnnie Cope; My Harry Was a Gallant Gay ; A Health to the Brave; By the Side of the Shannon; O Santissima; The Miller of Dee; The Soldier; Since All Thy Vows; La biondina in gondoletto; Charlie Is My Darling; I Am Bowed Down with Years (Review by Steven Anderson)

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BYRD, WILLIAM: Music for Voice and Viols (Review by Brian Robins)

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BYRD, WILLIAM: Music for Voice and Viols (Review by J. F. Weber)

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BYRD, WILLIAM: Prelude and Fantasia a 5. La Virginella. My Sweet Little Darling. Fantasia a 3. What pleasure have great princes. Though Amaryllis dance in green. In Nomine a 5. Blessed is he that fears the Lord. O Lord, how long wilt thou forget. Fantasia a 6. The man is blesst that God doth fear. Why do I use my paper, ink, and pen? (Review by Brian Robins)

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BYRD, WILLIAM: Prelude and Fantasia a 5. La Virginella. My Sweet Little Darling. Fantasia a 3. What pleasure have great princes. Though Amaryllis dance in green. In Nomine a 5. Blessed is he that fears the Lord. O Lord, how long wilt thou forget. Fantasia a 6. The man is blesst that God doth fear. Why do I use my paper, ink, and pen? (Review by J. F. Weber)

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GAY/PEPUSCH: The Beggar's Opera (Review by Nils Anderson)

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GAY/PEPUSCH: The Beggar's Opera (Review by Nils Anderson)

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GAY/PEPUSCH: The Beggar's Opera (Review by Nils Anderson)

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MONTEVERDI: Ceremonial Vespers in St. Mark's (Review by J. F. Weber)

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MONTEVERDI: Christmas Vespers. Motets (Review by J. F. Weber)

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PURCELL: Celestial Music—Ode for Mr. Louis Maidwell's School. Now Does the Glorious Day Appear—Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday, 1689 (Review by Paul Turok)

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PURCELL: Now does the glorious day appear. Celestial music (Review by J. F. Weber)

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SCARLATTI, A.: Vespers of St. Cecilia (Review by J. F. Weber)

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