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BERNSTEIN, LEONARD: To What You Said. (Review by James Carson)

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BERNSTEIN, LEONARD: To What You Said. (Review by James Carson)

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BLACK, ARNOLD: Laments and Dances, from the Irish (1990) (Review by William Zagorski)

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BOGDANOVIC: No Feathers on This Frog (1990). Sonata Fantasia (1991). Three Straws for Two Guitars (1990) (Review by William Zagorski)

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BRITTEN: O Waly, Waly. The Ash Grove. The Salley Gardens. Sweet Polly Oliver (Review by William Zagorski)

fiddle 

BURLEIGH, HARRY T.: Ethiopia Saluting the Colors. (Review by James Carson)

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BURLEIGH, HARRY T.: Ethiopia Saluting the Colors. (Review by James Carson)

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BURSEN: The Gentle Earl (Review by William Zagorski)

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COPLAND, AARON: Long Time Ago. The Dodger. Simple Gifts (Review by William Zagorski)

fiddle 

DAMROSCH: Danny Deever (Review by James Carson)

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DAMROSCH: Danny Deever (Review by James Carson)

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DUKE, JOHN: Luke Havergall (Review by James Carson)

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DUKE, JOHN: Luke Havergall (Review by James Carson)

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FOSTER, STEPHEN: Ahl May the red rose live always. Beautiful dreamer. Jeanie with the light brown hair. Hard Times. Molly, do you love me? Comrades, fill no glass for me. (Review by James Carson)

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FOSTER, STEPHEN: Ahl May the red rose live always. Beautiful dreamer. Jeanie with the light brown hair. Hard Times. Molly, do you love me? Comrades, fill no glass for me. (Review by James Carson)

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GRIFFES, CHARLES T.: An old song resung (Review by James Carson)

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GRIFFES, CHARLES T.: An old song resung (Review by James Carson)

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KORNGOLD, ERICH: Tomorrow (Review by James Carson)

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KORNGOLD, ERICH: Tomorrow (Review by James Carson)

violin 

NAGINSKI: Look Down Fair Moon. (Review by James Carson)

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NAGINSKI: Look Down Fair Moon. (Review by James Carson)

violin 

NORWEGIAN, TRAD.: Hvem Kan Saile? Pal Sine Honer (Review by William Zagorski)

fiddle 

O'CAROLAN: Planxty Irwin. O'Carolan's Farewell to Music (Review by William Zagorski)

fiddle 

ROREM: As Adam early in the morning. (Review by James Carson)

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ROREM: As Adam early in the morning. (Review by James Carson)

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TRADITIONAL: Shenandoah. The Erie Canal (arr. Roger Ames); The Nightingale (arr. Clifford Shaw) (Review by James Carson)

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TRADITIONAL: Shenandoah. The Erie Canal (arr. Roger Ames); The Nightingale (arr. Clifford Shaw) (Review by James Carson)

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UNGAR: Ashokan Farewell (Review by William Zagorski)

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WARREN, HARRY: We Two. (Review by James Carson)

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WARREN, HARRY: We Two. (Review by James Carson)

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WEILL: Dirge for Two Veterans. (Review by James Carson)

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WEILL: Dirge for Two Veterans. (Review by James Carson)

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WOOD, HAYDN: Roses of Picardy. (Review by James Carson)

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WOOD, HAYDN: Roses of Picardy. (Review by James Carson)

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