Streaming Video Review by Casey Richards
JUANITA COMPOSER Great Quintets, Volume 3. • Superb Ensemble. • GREAT LABEL VI256 (Streaming video: 12:45) http://somewhere.com/67ghi
Axel Borup-Jørgensen: Periphrasis from A Musical Installation. Michala Petri, recorder
TARTINI: Adagio. James Kreger, cello; David Golub, piano
Chenyue, Michala Petri and Lars Hannibal play Autumn Piece
Michala Petri, TJianping's Fei Ge, DIALOGUE Gala Concert, Shanghai World Expo 2010
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