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WEBERN, A.: Symphony / 6 Pieces, Op. 6 / Concerto (Craft) (Webern, Vol. 1)
March 2005
 
  Colin Clarke, MusicWeb International, March 2005 read the review
 
  John Simon, New York Magazine, March 2005 read the review
 
  David_Schiff, The New York Times, March 2005 read the review
 
  David Schiff- “Still Turning Provocations Into Classics”, The New York Times, March 2005 read the review
BRAHMS: Symphony No. 1 / Tragic Overture / Academic Festival Overture
March 2005
 
  C. Michael Bailey, All About Jazz, February 2005 read the review
 
  Leslie Gerber, Amazon.com, March 2005 read the review
 
  Scott Paulin, Barnes & Noble, February 2005 read the review
 
  Stephanie von Buchau, Bay Area Reporter, February 2005 read the review
 
  Robert Baxter, Courier-Post, February 2005 read the review
 
  International Record Review, March 2005 read the review
 
  Randy Anderson, February 2005 read the review
 
  Andrew Baer, March 2005 read the review
 
  Sefton Wiggs, New Bern (North Carolina) Sun Journal, March 2005 read the review
 
  Bradley Bambarger, Newark Star-Ledger, February 2005 read the review
 
  Andrew Druckenbrod, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, March 2005 read the review
 
  Melinda Bargreen, Seattle Times, March 2005 read the review
 
  Bernard Holland, The New York Times, March 2005 read the review
ASTOR PIAZZOLLA IN PORTRAIT (NTSC)
March 2005
 
  Bradley Bambarger, Newark Star-Ledger, February 2005 read the review
VIVALDI: 12 Violin Concertos, Op. 8 / The 4 Seasons (Kaufman) (1947, 1950)
March 2005
 
  New York Daily News, March 2005 read the review
 
  Peter M. Knapp, Patriot Ledger, March 2005 read the review
 
  Jeremy Eichler, The Boston Globe, February 2005 read the review
BRAHMS: Symphony No. 1 / Tragic Overture / Academic Festival Overture
March 2005
 
  C. Michael Bailey, All About Jazz, February 2005 read the review
 
  Leslie Gerber, Amazon.com, March 2005 read the review
 
  Scott Paulin, Barnes & Noble, February 2005 read the review
 
  Stephanie von Buchau, Bay Area Reporter, February 2005 read the review
 
  Robert Baxter, Courier-Post, February 2005 read the review
 
  International Record Review, March 2005 read the review
 
  Randy Anderson, February 2005 read the review
 
  Andrew Baer, March 2005 read the review
 
  Sefton Wiggs, New Bern (North Carolina) Sun Journal, March 2005 read the review
 
  Bradley Bambarger, Newark Star-Ledger, February 2005 read the review
 
  Andrew Druckenbrod, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, March 2005 read the review
 
  Melinda Bargreen, Seattle Times, March 2005 read the review
 
  Bernard Holland, The New York Times, March 2005 read the review
PERSICHETTI: Serenade No. 5, Op. 43 / Symphony No. 5, Op. 61 / Symphony No. 8
March 2005
 
  Larry Bell, March 2005 read the review
 
  Andrew Druckenbrod, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, March 2005 read the review
MOZART: Cosi fan tutte (Glyndebourne) (1935)
March 2005
 
  Scherzo, March 2005 read the review
VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Symphony No. 4 / Norfolk Rhapsody No. 1 / Flos Campi
March 2005
 
  Scherzo, March 2005 read the review
PART: Berliner Messe / Magnificat / Summa
March 2005
 
  Scherzo, March 2005 read the review
LEFANU: Catena / String Quartet No. 2 / Clarinet Concertino
March 2005
 
  Scherzo, March 2005 read the review
BLISS: Clarinet Quintet / String Quartet No. 2
March 2005
 
  Scherzo, March 2005 read the review
SCHOENBERG: Gurre-Lieder (Schoenberg, Vol. 1)
March 2005
 
  Scherzo, March 2005 read the review
BRAHMS: Symphony No. 1 / Tragic Overture / Academic Festival Overture
March 2005
 
  C. Michael Bailey, All About Jazz, February 2005 read the review
 
  Leslie Gerber, Amazon.com, March 2005 read the review
 
  Scott Paulin, Barnes & Noble, February 2005 read the review
 
  Stephanie von Buchau, Bay Area Reporter, February 2005 read the review
 
  Robert Baxter, Courier-Post, February 2005 read the review
 
  International Record Review, March 2005 read the review
 
  Randy Anderson, February 2005 read the review
 
  Andrew Baer, March 2005 read the review
 
  Sefton Wiggs, New Bern (North Carolina) Sun Journal, March 2005 read the review
 
  Bradley Bambarger, Newark Star-Ledger, February 2005 read the review
 
  Andrew Druckenbrod, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, March 2005 read the review
 
  Melinda Bargreen, Seattle Times, March 2005 read the review
 
  Bernard Holland, The New York Times, March 2005 read the review
BIZET, G.: Carmen (Arena di Verona, 2003) (PAL)
March 2005
 
  Alan Rich, March 2005 read the review
 
  John Fleming, St. Petersburg Times, March 2005 read the review
VIVALDI: 12 Violin Concertos, Op. 8 / The 4 Seasons (Kaufman) (1947, 1950)
March 2005
 
  New York Daily News, March 2005 read the review
 
  Peter M. Knapp, Patriot Ledger, March 2005 read the review
 
  Jeremy Eichler, The Boston Globe, February 2005 read the review
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