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Choral Works: Psalm of Geneva. Compliment. The Magyar Nation. Those Who Are Too Late. Te Deum of Sandor Sik. Norwegian Young Girls. The Old Ones. The Song of Evening. The Gypsy Eats White Cheese. Veni, veni, Emmanuel. Song to the King Szent István. Pange Lingua. Psalm 150. Jesus and the Merchants of the Temple (Review by William Zagorski)

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KODÁLY: Choruses for Mixed Voices (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

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KODÁLY: Köszöntő. Esti dal. Horatii Carman 11.10. Adventi ének. Naphimnusz. Ének Szent István királyhoz. Székely keserves. A székelyekhez. Akik mindig elkésnek. Szép könyörgés. Norvég leányok. Öregek. Túrót eszik a cigány. Este. Sík Sándor Te Deuma. An Ode for Music. Jézus és a kufárok. Mátrai képek (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

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KODÁLY: Marosszék Dances (pn solo); Marosszék Dances (orch). Székely Lament (pn solo);' Székely Lament (orch). The Peacock. Peacock Variations (Review by Barry Brenesal)

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KODÁLY: The Peacock. The Watchman of Nándor. The Ruins. Bandi Büngözsdi. The Son of an Enslaved Country. God's Mercy. Evening Song. The Bachelor. The Filly. Songs from Karád. Soldiers' Chorus. Jesus Appeared. Hymn to St. Stephen. To the Changes in France. In András Fáy's Album. National Song. Appeal. Justum et tenacem. La Marseillaise. Song of Fatiti (Review by Barry Brenesal)

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MONTEVERDI: Messa a 4 voci (1650). Laetaniae della Beata Vergine. Magnificat a 6 voci. Laudate Dominum (Review by J. F. Weber)

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