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Performer: Vilmos Tátrai

CSERMÁK: Quartet for Strings (“Threatening Danger or the Love of the Fatherland“). Six Hungarian Dances (Review by John Bauman)

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GEMINIANI, F.: Sonatas for Guitar, Cello, and Harpsichord, from “The Art of Playing the Guitar or Cittra“ (Review by Nils Anderson)

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HAYDN, FRANZ JOSEPH: Divertimentos for Harpsichord and Strings (Review by Harry Townsend)

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HAYDN, FRANZ JOSEPH: Divertimentos for Harpsichord, Two Violins, and Cello (Review by Michael Ullman)

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HAYDN, FRANZ JOSEPH: Divertimentos (Review by Paul Turok)

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HAYDN, FRANZ JOSEPH: No. 13 in G, Hob.XIV (Review by Paul Turok)

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HAYDN, FRANZ JOSEPH: Symphonies (Review by Michael Ullman)

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HAYDN, FRANZ JOSEPH: Symphonies (Review by James H. North)

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HAYDN, FRANZ JOSEPH: Symphonies (Review by James H. North)

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LAJTHA, LÁSZLÓ: Symphonies (Review by James H. North)

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LISZT: Angelus!—Prière aux anges gardiens, for String Orchestra, S. 378. La Lugubre gondola II, for Cello and Piano, S. 134. Epithalam, for Violin and Piano, S. 129. Am Grabe Richard Wagners, for Harp and String Quartet, S. 735. Romance oubliée, for Viola and Piano, S. 732a (ed. Temesváry and Balassa). Elégles (Review by Adrian Corleonis)

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LISZT: Chamber Music (Review by Adrian Corleonis)

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MOZART: Sinfonia Concertante in E♭ for Oboe, Clarinet, Horn, Bassoon, and Orchestra, K. 297tf. Serenade in E♭ for Two Oboes, Two Clarinets, Two Horns, and Two Bassoons, K. 37Ö (Review by Jon Tuska)

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RÓZSAVÖLGYI: First Hungarian Round Dance. Stirring Tune. Hear! Hear! (Review by John Bauman)

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VIVALDI, ANTONIO: Concertos for Guitar, Strings, and Continuo (Review by Nils Anderson)

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VRANICKÝ, PAVEL: Symphony in C (“Joy of the Hungarian Nation When Her Laws and Freedom Were Restored under Emperor and King Joseph II, on the 28th Day of the Month of Circumcision of the Year 1790“) (Review by John Bauman)

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WEINER, LEÓ: Ballade for Clarinet and Piano, op. 8 (Review by Barry Brenesal)

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WEINER, LEÓ: Concertino for Piano and Orchestra, op. 15 (Review by Barry Brenesal)

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WEINER, LEÓ: Divertimento No. 2, op. 24 (Review by Barry Brenesal)

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WEINER, LEÓ: Pastorale, Fantasia, and Fugue, op. 23 (Review by Barry Brenesal)

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