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Oboist RAY STILL plays baroque oboe music (NIMBUS)

Reissues of Michael Tilson Thomas/Boston Symphony Ives Symphony No. 2, Sun-Treader of Ruggles and Ives' Three Places in New England (DGG)

A multiple-CD set of recordings conducted by WILLEM MENGELBERG with the Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra, produced by Hubert Wendel

Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture (with new digitally recorded  canon, carillon and choruses) plus other Tchaikovsky orchestral works with Erich Kunzel/Cincinnati Pops Orchestra  (TELARC)

Dvorák's Quintet in A Minor, Op. 1 and Quintet in E, Op. 97 played by violist Ladislav Kysel‡k with the Vlach Quartet (NAXOS)

Works of Tavener for soprano and string quartet performed by Patricia Rosario with the Vanbrugh Quartet (HYPERION)

Ginastera's Harp Concerto, Estancia & Panambi ballet suites and Glosses sobre temes de pau casals with harpist Isabelle Moretti/Lyon National Orch/David Robertson (HYPERION)

A 2-CD budget reissue of Baroque Favorites performed by Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra (Lamon) and Helicon Ensemble (Fuller) (REFERENCE REC).

A budget-priced 10-CD set of Willem Mengelberg and the Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra, both commercial and live recordings

Strauss's Alpine Symphony and Der Rosenkavalier Suite with the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra/Christian Thielemann (DGG)

Dutch composer Cornelius Dopper's Symphony No. 2 in B Minor and two Pä‰n, with the Residency Orchestra/Matthias Bamert (CHANDOS)

Górecki's Beatus Vir and Symphony No. 2 with Soloists/Polish Radio SO & Chorus conducted by Antoni Wit (NAXOS)

Mitsuko Uchida plays Schonberg's Piano Concerto (Cleveland Orch/Boulez) and solo works of Schonberg, Webern and Berg (PHILIPS)

Choral works of James Macmillan performed by the Choir of Washington Cathedral conducted by Martin Blake (HYPERION)

Beatus Vir and Symphony No. 2 of Górecki with soloists/Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra & Chorus/Wit (NAXOS)

Dvorak's Stabat Mater in a live recording with soloists, Orchestra and Chorus of the Dresden Opera conducted by the late Giuseppe Sinopoli (DGG)

William Schuman's Violin Concerto, New England Triptych and Variations on Ives' America with violinist Philip Quint/Bournemouth SO/José Serebrier (NAXOS)