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BORODIN: Prince Igor (Review by Ralph V. Lucano)

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CAROLLO: Move towards the light (your destiny awaits you) (Review by Robert Schulslaper)

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CAROLLO: Move towards the light (your destiny awaits you) (Review by Colin Clarke)

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CAROLLO: Move towards the light (your destiny awaits you) (Review by David DeBoor Canfield)

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CAROLLO: Move towards the light (your destiny awaits you) (Review by Henry Fogel)

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CAROLLO: Nothing Shall Come of This for String Orchestra (Review by Robert Schulslaper)

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CAROLLO: Nothing Shall Come of This for String Orchestra (Review by Henry Fogel)

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CAROLLO: Nothing Shall Come of This for String Orchestra (Review by Colin Clarke)

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CAROLLO: Nothing Shall Come of This for String Orchestra (Review by David DeBoor Canfield)

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CAROLLO: Starry Night. Anguish. Quartet No. 1, “A Worded Grey Enigma”. Moravian Sax in the Afternoon. Transcendence in the Age of War for Concert Band (Review by Robert Schulslaper)

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CAROLLO: Starry Night. Anguish. Quartet No. 1, “A Worded Grey Enigma”. Moravian Sax in the Afternoon. Transcendence in the Age of War for Concert Band (Review by Henry Fogel)

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CAROLLO: Starry Night. Anguish. Quartet No. 1, “A Worded Grey Enigma”. Moravian Sax in the Afternoon. Transcendence in the Age of War for Concert Band (Review by Colin Clarke)

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CAROLLO: Starry Night. Anguish. Quartet No. 1, “A Worded Grey Enigma”. Moravian Sax in the Afternoon. Transcendence in the Age of War for Concert Band (Review by David DeBoor Canfield)

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CAROLLO: The Rhetoric and Mythos of Belief. The Transfiguration of Giovanni Baudino. Let Freedom Ring. Do you have an E. R. for music? Symphony No. 2, “The Circle of Fire” (Review by Robert Schulslaper)

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CAROLLO: The Rhetoric and Mythos of Belief. The Transfiguration of Giovanni Baudino. Let Freedom Ring. Do you have an E. R. for music? Symphony No. 2, “The Circle of Fire” (Review by Colin Clarke)

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CAROLLO: The Rhetoric and Mythos of Belief. The Transfiguration of Giovanni Baudino. Let Freedom Ring. Do you have an E. R. for music? Symphony No. 2, “The Circle of Fire” (Review by David DeBoor Canfield)

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CAROLLO: The Rhetoric and Mythos of Belief. The Transfiguration of Giovanni Baudino. Let Freedom Ring. Do you have an E. R. for music? Symphony No. 2, “The Circle of Fire” (Review by Henry Fogel)

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DVOŘÁK, ANTONIN: Cello Concerto in b (Review by Jerry Dubins)

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DVOŘÁK, ANTONIN: Cello Concerto in b (Review by Huntley Dent)

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EVANS, MICHAEL J.: Misery (Review by Robert Schulslaper)

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EVANS, MICHAEL J.: Misery (Review by Colin Clarke)

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EVANS, MICHAEL J.: Misery (Review by Peter Burwasser)

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EVANS, MICHAEL J.: Misery (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

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FALIK, YURI: Music for String Instruments (Review by Royal S. Brown)

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FIBICH: Symphony No. 1 in F, Op. 1 7. The Tempest—Symphonic Poem, Op. 46 (Review by John Bauman)

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GLINKA: Ivan Susanin (Review by Ralph V. Lucano)

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KAREL: Death Godmother (Review by James H. North)

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KLUSÁK: Sixth Invention. Pasticcio olandese per orchestra. String Quartet No. 3 in One Movement. Symphony No. 1 (Review by James H. North)

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LITTLE: Polyhymnia. Terpsichore (Review by Martin Anderson)

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LITTLE: Polyhymnia. Terpsichore (Review by David DeBoor Canfield)

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LITTLE: Polyhymnia. Terpsichore (Review by Maria Nockin)

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LUKÁS: Concerto for Bassoon and Orchestra (Review by Stephen Ellis)

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MARTINŮ: Half Time. La Bagane. Intermezzo. Thunderbolt P-47. The Rock (Review by John Bauman)

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MARTINŮ: La Revue de cuisine. Jazz-Suite. Sextet for Piano and Wind Instruments. Shimmy foxtrot Le Jazz. Half-time. La Bagarre. Thunderbolt P-47 (Review by Peter Burwasser)

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MARTINŮ: Works Inspired by Jazz and Sport (Review by Peter Burwasser)

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MATĚJ: Concerto for Flute, String Orchestra, and Harpsichord (Review by Stephen Ellis)

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MUSSORGSKY: Boris Godounov (Review by Ralph V. Lucano)

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RACHMANINOFF: Aleko (Review by Ralph V. Lucano)

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REJCHA, A.: Concerto in E♭ for Piano and Orchestra (Review by Leslie Gerber)

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REJCHA, J.: Concerto in E for Viola and Orchestra, Op. 2, No. 1 (Review by Leslie Gerber)

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SCHUMANN: Cello Concerto (Review by Jerry Dubins)

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SCHUMANN: Cello Concerto (Review by Huntley Dent)

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SLONIMSKY, S.: Dramatic Song (Review by Royal S. Brown)

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TCHAIKOVSKY: Eugene Onegin (Review by Ralph V. Lucano)

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TISHCHENKO: Sinfonia robusta, Op. 46 (Review by Royal S. Brown)

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USPENSKY: Music for String and Percussion Instruments (Review by Royal S. Brown)

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VERDI: Simon Boccanegra (Review by Ralph V. Lucano)

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