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BACH, JOHANN SEBASTIAN: Cantatas No. 11, “Ascension Oratorio“, No. 51 , No. 34 (Review by George Chien)

countertenor 

BARTÓK: Romanian Folk Dances (Review by Richard Burke)

violin 

BAZELON: Triple Play (Review by Robert Schulslaper)

trombone 

BOCCHERINI, LUIGI: Sonata in A for Cello and Piano (Review by Richard Burke)

violin 

BRAHMS, JOHANNES: Trio in A Minor for Clarinet, Cello, and Piano, op. 114 (Review by Richard Burke)

violin 

DLUGOSZEWSKI: Duende Quidditas (Review by Mike Silverton)

bass trombone 

EWAZEN, ERIC: Dagon II (Review by Mike Silverton)

bass trombone 

EWAZEN, ERIC: Dagon II, for Nine Bass Trombones (Review by Stephen Ellis)

bass trombone 

FRANZETTI, CARLOS: Aubade for Chorus and Orchestra. Concerto for Oboe and Chamber Ensemble. Concertino for Bass Trombone and Chamber Ensemble. Suite for Flute and Chamber Ensemble*. Images Before Dawn. Variations for Brass (Review by William Zagorski)

bass trombone 

IVANOV-KRAMSKOI: I Am Sitting on a Rock. Lullaby (Review by John Bauman)

trombone 

JEMNITZ: Trio for Guitar and Strings (Review by John Bauman)

trombone 

JOSQUIN DES PREZ: Ave Christe (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

trombone 

KRAMER: Causality. Duality. Flame of Attention (Review by David DeBoor Canfield)

trombone  

KRAMER: Duality (Review by Colin Clarke)

trombone 

KRAMER: Duality (Review by William Zagorski)

trombone 

KRAMER: Insurmountable. The Grand Disconnect. The End is an infinite beginning…. Indelible. Cathartic. In Double Quadruplicate. Brink (Review by Robert Schulslaper)

trombone 

KRAMER: Insurmountable. The Grand Disconnect. The End is an infinite beginning…. Indelible. Cathartic. In Double Quadruplicate. Brink (Review by David DeBoor Canfield)

trombone 

KRAMER: Insurmountable. The Grand Disconnect. The End is an infinite beginning…. Indelible. Cathartic. In Double Quadruplicate. Brink (Review by Colin Clarke)

trombone 

KURTAG, G.: The Little Predicament, Op. 16b (Review by John Bauman)

trombone 

LIEBERSON, PETER: King Gesar (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

trombone 

LIEBMAN, DAVID: Remembrance (Review by Mike Silverton)

bass trombone 

LIEBMAN, DAVID: Remembrance, for Bass Trombone and Wind Quartet (Review by Stephen Ellis)

bass trombone 

MENDELSSOHN, FELIX: Octet in E♭ for Strings, op. 20 (Review by Richard Burke)

violin 

NEMEROVSKY: Étude in A minor (Review by John Bauman)

trombone 

RZEWSKI: Moonrise with Memories (Review by Mike Silverton)

bass trombone 

RZEWSKI: Moonrise with Memories, for Bass Trombone and Six Instruments (Review by Stephen Ellis)

bass trombone 

SCHOENBERG, ARNOLD: Pierrot Lunaire, op. 21 (Review by James H. North)

trombone 

SOKOLOVSKY: Étude in (Review by John Bauman)

trombone 

SOR, D.: Souvenir de Russie (Review by John Bauman)

trombone 

STRAVINSKY, IGOR: Octet (Review by James H. North)

trombone 

SUGÁR: Hungarian Children's Songs (Review by John Bauman)

trombone 

WIGGLESWORTH, FRANK: Symphony No. 1. Twin Songs. A Short Mass. Summer Music. Lake Music. Trillium. Psalm 148 (Review by Paul Rapoport)

trombone 

WUORINEN: Archaeopteryx (Review by Benjamin Pernick)

trombone 

WUORINEN: Archangel (Review by Benjamin Pernick)

trombone 

WUORINEN: Archangel, for Bass Trombone and String Quartet (Review by Stephen Ellis)

bass trombone 

WUORINEN: Five. Archangel. Archæopteryx. Hyperion (Review by Alex Ross)

bass trombone 

WUORINEN: Mass for the Restoration of St. Luke in the Fields. A Solis Ortu. Genesis (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

trombone 

 

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