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Dmitri Hvorostovsky, The Grand Choir "Masters of Choral Singing", Lev Kontorovich “From my youth” composed by Pavel Chesnokov from Thhe Bells of Dawn : Russian sacred and folk songs CD (Ondine 2014)Buy it!
Annapolis Brass Quintet “Aesop Suite for Brass (1983)” composed by Jerzy Sapieyevski from Forever is Composed of Nows (Annapolis Brass Quintet) CD (Crystal Records 2014) —narrated by John McDonoughBuy it!
Weiner Philharmoniker, conducted by James Levine “IV From Bohemia's Woods and Fields” composed by Bedrich SMETANA (1824-1884) from Bedrich Smetana Ma Vlast CD (deutsch grammophon 1987)Buy it!
Rosamunde Quartett, Munchen “String Quartet No. 4” composed by Emil Burian from Rosamunde Quartet: Webern, Shostakovich and Bruian CD (ECM Records 1997) —new music in the classical libraryBuy it!
Mansfield University Concert Wind Ensemble, Julia Federico, conducting “O Magnum Mysteruim” composed by Morten Lauridsen ( b. 1943 ) from Fervent Reverberations CD (Mark Records 2014) —by listener requestBuy it!
Duo Gazzana “Suite im alten Stil” composed by Alfred Schnittke from Duo Gazzana -- Poulenc, Walton, Dallapiccola, Schnittke, Silvesrov CD (ECM New Series 2014) —new music in the classical libraryBuy it!
Annapolis Brass Quintet & Elaine Bonazzi “Selections from Six Songs( text by Emily Dickinson) 1981” composed by Elam Sprenkle (b. 1948) from Forever is Composed of Nows (Annapolis Brass Quintet) CD (Crystal Records 2014) —new music in the classical libraryBuy it!
Jennifer Goodenberger “Romance in A Minor, Op. 20: I. Andante; Romance in B minor” composed by Clara Schumann (1819-1896) from Romance: The Piano Music of Clara Schumann CD (Jennifer Goodenberger 2014) —new music in the classical libraryBuy it!
Arthur Rubinstein and the Guarneri Quartet “Movements III from Piano Quartet No. 1, Op. 25 (1861) and No. 3, Op. 60 (1874)” composed by Brahms (1833-1897) from Artur Rubinstein, Guarneri Quartet: Brahms Piano Quartets Op. 25 & Op. 60 CD (RCA 1988)Buy it!
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