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The Weekend Australian Magazine - March 2009 to February 2011

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Australian Guitar Music - EDWARDS, R. / HOUGHTON, P. / SCULTHORPE, P. / KOEHNE, G. / DEAN, B. (Tsiboulski)
Naxos Regular CD 8.570949

  Graham Strahle, The Weekend Australian Magazine, May 2010 read the review
BERNSTEIN, L.: Mass (Sykes, Wulfman, Morgan State University Choir, Peabody Children's Chorus, Baltimore Symphony, Alsop)
Naxos American Classics 8.559622-23

  Graham Strahle, The Weekend Australian Magazine, December 2009 read the review
CASTELNUOVO-TEDESCO, M.: Shakespeare Overtures, Vol. 1 (West Australian Symphony, Penny)
Naxos Regular CD 8.572500
  Graham Strahle, The Weekend Australian Magazine, February 2011 read the review
CORIGLIANO, J.: Mr. Tambourine Man / 3 Hallucinations (Plitmann, Buffalo Philharmonic, Falletta)
Naxos American Classics 8.559331
  Graham Strahle, The Weekend Australian Magazine, March 2009 read the review

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