Multi-channel SACD issues of Mahler's Symphony No. 3 with Benjamin Zander conducting the Philharmonia Orchestra, and a Ravel collection played by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra conducted by Paavo Järvi (TELARC)

"Super audiophile" reissues of Kiril Kondrashin's 1958 RCA recordings of works of Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, Khachaturian and Kabalevsky (JVC)

Joseph Szigeti's historic recordings of Prokofiev's Violin Concerto No. 1 (1935, with the London Philharmonic/Beecham), Bloch's Violin Concerto (1939, with the Paris Conservatory Orchestra/Munch) and Bartok's Portrait (1946, with the Philharmonia Orch/Lambert) (NAXOS)

The Naxos Milken Archive series continues with klezmer concertos: music of Starer, Scoenfield, Weinberg, Ellstein and Golijov, with various performers, soloists and ensembles (NAXOS)

DVD videos of performances by pianists Wilhelm Kempff (1961-1970: Schumann/Beethoven), Gyorgy Cziffra (1961-1963: Chopin/Liszt/Franck), and Samson François (1960-1964: Ravel/Grieg) (EMI CLASSIC ARCHIVE DVD)

Reissues of music of Ned Rorem (Eleven Studies for Eleven Players/Piano Concerto in Six Movements) and Norman Dello Joio (Homage to Haydn/Triumph of St. Joan) performanced by soloists with the Louisville Orchestra conducted by Leonard Slatkin, Robert Whitney and Jorge Mester (FIRST EDITIONS)

Multi-channel releases of Fauré's Requiem and Messe des pecheurs de Villerville and the Brahms Requiem (conducted by Philippe Herreweghe), and Charpentier's Te Deum, Missa "Assumpta est Maria," and Litanies de la Vierge (conducted by William Christie). (HARMONIA MUNDI)

Mult-channel releases of Falla's Three-Cornered Hat Ballet and Nights in the Gardens of Spain with the Grenada Orchestra conducted by Josep Pons, and a Mussorgsky program with the St. Louis Symphony conducted by Leonard Slatkin (HARMONIA MUNDI / MOBILE FIDELITY)

Multi-channel releases of Marc-André Hamelin playing Shostakovich's two piano concertos and Shchedrin's Piano Concerto No. 2, with Andrew Litton conducting, and Beethoven's oratorio Christ on the Mount of Olives with soloists, chorus and orchestra conducted by Kent Nagano (HYPERION )