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BORSODY: Sonata Mondo for Piano (Review by Stephen Ellis)

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BOULEZ, PIERRE: Improvisations sur Mallarmé I and II (Review by Kyle Gann)

soprano 

DARVAS: Prelude. Medal. Solitary Confinement. Grief. Reminiscences (Review by Paul Rapoport)

soprano 

DUKAY: In Memoriam Lucretü for 3 Flutes and 3 Guitars (Review by Stephen Ellis)

mezzo-soprano 

HUSZÁR: Musica Concertante for 13 Performers (Review by Stephen Ellis)

mezzo-soprano 

KOSA, GÁBOR: Zsvuhu-brubb-brugg for Percussion Ensemble (Review by Stephen Ellis)

mezzo-soprano 

KÓSA, GYORGY: Songs. Four Csokonai Songs; In Twilight—Cantata; Song to Pray the Hours of Office; Journal in Verse; The French Prisoner; Epilogue (Review by John Ditsky)

soprano 

KURTAG, G.: The Sayings of Péter Bornemisza, op. 7. Four Songs to Poems by János Pilinszky, op. 1 7. Eight Piano Pieces, op. 3. Eight Duets for Violin and Cimbalom, op. 4*. Beads. Splinters, op. 6c. Waltz. János Pilinszky (Review by Benjamin Pernick)

soprano 

LISZT: Im Rhein, in schönen Strome. Die Loreley. Vergiftet sind meine Lieder. Mignons Lied. Freudvoll und leidvoll. Der du von dem Himmel bist. Über allen Gipfel ist Ruh. Ständchen (Kling leise mein Lied). Es muss ein Wunderbares sein. Die drei Zigeuner. Oh, quand je dors. Comment, disaient-ils. Entant, si j'étais roi. Gastibelza, bolero. Petrarch Sonnets (Review by Adrian Corleonis)

soprano 

LISZT: Selected Lieder (Review by Adrian Corleonis)

soprano 

RIBÁRY: Concerto Grosso for Flute, Clarinet, Harp, and Orchestra. Sonata No. 4 for Violin and Piano. String Quartet No. 5. Two Songs on Poems of Michelangelo. Twelve Duo-Concertanti for Violins (Review by John Ditsky)

soprano 

SCHOENBERG, ARNOLD: Pierrot Lunaire (Review by Kyle Gann)

soprano 

SZUNYOGH: 4 Duets for Cello and Piano (Review by Stephen Ellis)

mezzo-soprano 

VAJDA: 2 Tests for Mezzo-soprano, Flute, Clarinet, and Bassoon (Review by Stephen Ellis)

mezzo-soprano 

WEBERN: Two Songs, Op. 8. Five Canons, Op. 16 (Review by Kyle Gann)

soprano 

 

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