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James Kreger: CHOPIN, BRAHMS, BEETHOVEN

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BACH, JOHANN SEBASTIAN: Christmas Oratorio (Review by George Chien)

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BACH, JOHANN SEBASTIAN: Missa 1733 (Review by James A. Altena)

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BACH, JOHANN SEBASTIAN: Missa 1733 (Review by George Chien)

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BACH, JOHANN SEBASTIAN: St. Mark Passion (Grychtolik/Savall reconstruction) (Review by James A. Altena)

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BACH, JOHANN SEBASTIAN: St. Matthew Passion (Review by George Chien)

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BACH, JOHANN SEBASTIAN: St. Matthew Passion (Review by Alan Swanson)

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BEETHOVEN, LUDWIG VAN: Symphonies 1–9 (Review by Christopher Abbot)

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BEETHOVEN, LUDWIG VAN: Symphonies 1–9 (Review by Ronald E. Grames)

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BEETHOVEN, LUDWIG VAN: Symphony No. 9 (Review by Ronald E. Grames)

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BLOW, JOHN: Peaceful is he, and most secure. Salvador mundi (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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CROFT: What art thou? (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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HANDEL, GEORGE FRIDERIC: Alexander’s Feast (Review by Ron Salemi)

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HANDEL, GEORGE FRIDERIC: Israel in Egypt (Review by Ron Salemi)

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HANDEL, GEORGE FRIDERIC: Joshua (Review by Ron Salemi)

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HANDEL, GEORGE FRIDERIC: Orlando (Review by Ron Salemi)

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HANDEL, GEORGE FRIDERIC: Orlando (Review by James Reel)

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HUMFREY: Lord! I have sinned. Wilt thou forgive that sin? (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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MARTIN, FRANK: Golgotha (Review by Henry Fogel)

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MOZART: Così fan Tutte (Review by James Forrest)

Don Alfonso 

MOZART: Don Giovanni (Review by James A. Altena)

Masetto 

PERGOLESI: Septem Verba a Christo (Review by J. F. Weber)

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PURCELL, HENRY: Jehova, quam multi sunt hostes mei. Lord, what is man? Hosanna to the highest. Tell me, some pitying angel. Since God so tender a regard. In the midst of life. Thou know’st, Lord. O all ye people, clap your hands. In guilty night. The night is come. Close thine eyes and sleep secure. Now that the Sun hath veil’d his light (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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RIES, FERDINAND: Die Räuberbraut (Review by Bill White)

Carlo 

SPOHR, LOUIS: Die letzten Dinge (Review by Richard A. Kaplan)

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