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GEORGE SZELL's Concertgebouw recordings of Beethoven's Fifth (1966) and Sibelius's Second (1964) reissued in superb sound (PHILIPS)

Martinu's opera Julietta in a 1964 recording with soloists and the Prague National Opera Theatre/Jaroslav Krombholc, cond. (SUPRAPHON)

David Chesky's Psalms 4, 5 and 6 with the Slovak Philharmonic Orch/Johannes Somary, cond. (CHESKY)

Arias of Verdi sung by baritone THOMAS HAMPSON with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Richard Armstrong, cond. (EMI CLASSICS)

MICHAEL GIELEN conducts the Baden-Baden Orch. in Mahler's Symphony No. 3, coupled with works of Schubert and Webern (HANSSLER CLASSICS)

Reissues of LISZT's A Faust Symphony, Les Préludes and Prometheus conducted by Sir Georg Solti, and Dante Symphony conducted by Lopez-Cobos (DECCA)

Tenor ROBERTO ALAGNA sings French arias with the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House conducted by Bertrand de Billy (EMI CLASSICS)

Collected recordings by Finnish soprano AINO ACKTƒ, for whom Sibelius composed Lunnotar, made from 1903 to 1913 (ONDINE)

A 6-CD Debussy set recorded 1958-1963 conducted by D. E. Ingelbrecht: Pelléas and Mélisande, Le Martyre de St. Sebastian, La Damoiselle ƒlue, Afternoon of aFaun, La Mer and Nocturnes (MONTAIGNE)

A live 1967 Tosca from Parma with Franco Corelli at his finest, Virginia Gordoni & Attilio D'Orazi cond. by Morelli (BEL CANTO SOCIETY)

HERMANN SCHERCHEN conducts 19 Haydn symphonies recorded in the early '50s, private high-quality reissues (SOUND DYNAMICS ASSOCIATES)

Piano concertos 1 and 2 of Ginastera played by Dora De Marinis with the Slovak RSO conducted by Julio Malaval (NAXOS)

Haydn's symphonies 94, 96 and 97 in early '50s recordings by the Concertgebouw Orchestra/Eduard van Beinum) (SOUND DYNAMICS ASSOCIATES)

Mahler's Symphony No. 8 "Symphony of a Thousand" with soloists/Royal Concertgebouw Orch & Chorus/Riccardo Chailly, cond. (DECCA)

 

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