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ROREM: Double Concerto / After Reading Shakespeare
Naxos American Classics 8.559316
  Ted Libbey, The Absolute Sound, March 2007 read the review
Yarlung Records YAR65004
  Bill Milkowski, The Absolute Sound, December 2014 read the review
STEINER: Treasure of the Sierra Madre (The)
Marco Polo Film Music 8.225149
  Arthur B. Lintgen, The Absolute Sound, September 2001 read the review
WAXMAN: Objective, Burma!
Marco Polo Film Music 8.225148
  Arthur B. Lintgen, The Absolute Sound, September 2001 read the review
WHEELER, S.: Songs (Wasting the Night) (Phillips, River, Kaiser, Sharp, Berman)
Naxos American Classics 8.559658
  SE, The Absolute Sound, April 2011 read the review
YASHIRO: Piano Concerto / Symphony
Naxos Japanese Classics 8.555351
  Mark Lehman, The Absolute Sound read the review
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