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Barber's Cello Concerto, Medea Ballet and Adagio for Strings with the Royal Scottish National Orch/Marin Alsop (NAXOS)

Two orchestral versions of Iberia by Albeniz with Cincinnati SO/Lopez-Cobos, and Moscow SO/Golovschin (TELARC & NAXOS)

Pablo Casals' historic recordings of Dvorak's Cello Concerto and Brahms Double Concerto (with Jacques Thibaud), Szell & Cortot cond. (NAXOS)

Fibich's Toman and the Woodsprite, Othello and Impressions from the Countryside with the Carlsbad SO/Bostock (CLASSICO)

Anatole Fistoulari's legendary 1961 recording of music from Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake Ballet, with the Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orch. (SOUND DYNAMICS) 

Music by Shostakovich for Hypothetically Murdered and The Gadfly with the Tchaikovsky Orch /Vladimir Fedoseyev (LE CHANT DU MONDE)

Verdi's La forza del destino with Stella, di Steffano, Simionato and Bastianini with Mitropoulos conducting from the Vienna State Opera 1960 (MYTO)

Herbert Blomstedt's mid-70's recordings of Nielsen's Symphonies 1-4, with the Danish Radio Symphony Orchestra (EMI CLASSICS)

Leopold Stokowski's BBC recording of Nielsen's Symphony No. 6, plus works of Gabrieli, Tippett and Liszt (BBC LEGENDS)

Dutch-born soprano ELISABETH OHMS, a favorite of Toscanini, and German soprano GERTRUDE KAPPEL, recordings from '20's (PREISER)

David Oistrakh's live performances of Shostakovitch's violin concertos with conductors Rozhdestvensky and Svetlanov (BBC LEGENDS)

MacDowell's two piano concertos and Second Modern Suite with Seta Tanyel, BBC Orch/Brabbins (HYPERION)

Dvorak's early tragic opera Wanda in its first "complete" recording, with Gerd Albrecht conducting (ORFEO)

Verdi's Sacred Pieces and other choral works. St. Cecilia Orch & Chorus/Myung-Whun Chung. cond. (DGG)

A second CD devoted to the artistry of American baritone ROBERT MERRILL (PREISER)

Dvorak's Rusalka with Renée Fleming and Ben Heppner, with the Czech Philharmonic Orch. cond. by Sir Charles Mackerras (DECCA)

Dutch pianist Cor de Groot plays Ravel solo piano music and the Concerto in G with Eduard van Beinum and the Concertgebouw (APR)

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