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Piano Concerti Nos. 1 & 2 [with Monte Carlo National Opera Orchestra/ Louis Fremaux]; Nine Polonaises; Polonaise-Fantasie; Andante spianato and Grande Polonaise brillante; Fantasie in f; Tarantella in A-flat; Barcarolle; Rondo for Two Pianos; Four Ballades; Four Scherzi; Four Impromptus; Fourteen Waltzes; Four Impromptus; Piano Sonatas Nos. 2 & 3; Fifty Mazurkas; Twenty-Four Etudes; Three Nouvelles Etudes; Nineteen Nocturnes; Twenty-Four Preludes. (Total time: 678'37')

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Litanies de la Vierge, H.83; Magnificat, H.73; Ouverture pour le sacre d’un eveque, H.536; Premiere lecon de tenebres du mercredi saint, H.120; Seconde lecon des tenebres du mercredi saint, H.138; Troisieme lecon de tenebres du mercredi saint, H.123. (Stephane Degout, baritone. Samuel Boden, tenor. Ensemble ‘Arcangelo’/ Jonathan Cohen. Total time: 73’31’)

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Piano Quartet in F, Op.55bis [after the Quintet for Piano, Flute, Clarinet, Horn and Bassoon, Op.55]; Piano Quartet in C, Op.66 (Leslie Howard, piano. Rita Manning, violin. Morgan Goff, viola. Justin Pearson, cello. Rec. 5/2013. Total time: 76’28’)

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Salvator mundi, Domine; Quod chorus vatum; Benedictus [‘Blessed be the Lord God of Israel’]; Magnificat for Four Voices; Audivi vocem de caelo; Videte miraculum; Missa Puer natus est nobis. Anon., ‘Puer natus est nobis’ Chant. (Ensemble ‘The Cardinall’s Musick’/ Andrew Carwood. Total time: 67’39’)

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Lacoste, Lalande, Rousseau, Rameau, Mondonville, Fiocco: Arias for Marie Fel Performed at the Paris Opera and the Concert Spirituel from 1734 to 1769’. (Twenty-two titles for the French baroque diva. Sung by soprano Carolyn Sampson, accompanied by ‘Ex Cathedra’ Ensemble conducted by Jeffrey Skidmore. Total time: 72’56’)

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Praeludium and Allegro [in the style of Pugnani]; Syncopation; Schon Rosmarin; Liebesfreud; Liebesleid; ‘Polichinelle’ Serenade; Tambourin Chinois, Op. 3; Melodie [after Gluck]; Toy Soldiers’ March; La Chasse [The Hunt] in the style of Jean-Baptiste Cartier; Caprice Viennois, Op. 2; Allegretto [in the style of Boccherini]; Danse Espagnole [after Falla]; Slavonic Dance in e [after Dvorak]; Marche miniature viennoise; Recitative and Scherzo, Op.6 for Solo Violin; ‘The Devil’s Trill’ Sonata in g [after Tartini]. (Jack Liebeck, violin with Katya Apekisheva, piano. (Total time: 68’53’)

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Durufle, Requiem, Op.9. Vaughan Williams, ‘Lord, thou hast been our refuge’. Philip Moore [b.1943], Three prayers of Dietrich Bonhoeffer. Herbert Howells [1892-1983], ‘Take him, earth, for cherishing’. John Tavener [1944-2013], ‘The peace that surapasseth understanding’. (Christine Rice, mezzo-soprano. Roderick Williams, baritone. Robert Quinney, organ. Britten Sinfonia and The Choir of Westminster Abbey/ James O’Donnell. Total time: 75’02’)

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Vaughan Williams, Silence and Music. Elgar, There is Sweet Music. Britten, Hymn to St. Cecilia. Howells, A Hymn for St. Cecilia. Bliss, Sing, mortals! + Other Hymns to St. Cecilia by James MacMillan, Gabriel Jackson, Bernard Rose, Richard Rodney Bennett, Georg Dyson and John Gardner. (The Choir of Royal Holloway/ Rupert Gough. Total time: 70’32’)

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Cristiana Arcari, Maria Grazia Schiavo, Furio Zanasi, Paolo Lopez et al. Auser Musici/ Carlo Ipata. (Total time: 153’32’)

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The Wedding of Venice to the Sea as it might have been celebrated on Ascension Day, c.1600. Disc 1: The procession and journey across the lagoon. Disc 2: The Solemn Mass held in San Nicolo}. (Choir & King’s Consort/ Robert King. Total time: 89’11’)

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Preludes and Fugues, Op.7 Nos. 1 & 3; Esquisses, Op.41 Nos. 1-3; Placare Christe Servulis, Op.38 No.16; Choral et Fugue, Op.57; Te Lucis Ante Terminum, Op.38 No.6; Variations on Noel, Op.20; Symphonie-Passion, Op.23; Cortege et Litanie, Op.19 No.2; Deuxieme Symphonie; Prelude and Fugue, Op.7 No.2; Allegro deciso from Evocation, Op.37. (St. Paul’s Cathedral Organ/ John Scott. Total time: 120’58’)

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Includes performances by the Concertgebouw Orch.of Mahler’s 4th {Schwarzkopf & Walter. Rec.6/6/52}, Wagenaar’s ‘Cyrano de Bergerac’ Overt. {Szell. Rec.7/1/48}, Beethoven’s Leonore Overt.#3 {Furtwangler. Rec.7/13/50} + singers in recital {Brouwenstijn, Callas, Berganza et al.} & music by 20th Century Dutch & International composers. (Total time: 461′)

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Piano Concerti Nos. 1 & 2 [with Monte Carlo National Opera Orchestra/ Louis Fremaux]; Nine Polonaises; Polonaise-Fantasie; Andante spianato and Grande Polonaise brillante; Fantasie in f; Tarantella in A-flat; Barcarolle; Rondo for Two Pianos; Four Ballades; Four Scherzi; Four Impromptus; Fourteen Waltzes; Four Impromptus; Piano Sonatas Nos. 2 & 3; Fifty Mazurkas; Twenty-Four Etudes; Three Nouvelles Etudes; Nineteen Nocturnes; Twenty-Four Preludes. (Total time: 678'37')

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Hindemith, Sonata No.3. Berg, Sonata, Op.1. Schoenberg, Five Piano Pieces, Op.23. Berio, Sequenza IV. Debussy, From 'Images' - Reflets dans l'eau; Hommage a Rameau; Mouvement; Poissons d'or. Poulenc, Pastourelle. (Theo Bruins, piano. Recorded 'live', Amsterdam, 2/5/74. Total time: 73'15')

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Falla, Danza del Molinero [from 'The Three-Cornered Hat']; Danza Espanola No.1 [from 'La Vida Breve']. Albeniz, Tango Espanola [No.2 from 'Espana', Op.165]; Castilla [No.7 from 'Suite Espanola', Op.47]; Bajo la Palmera [No.3 from Cantos de Espana', Op.232]. Rodrigo, Tonadilla. Granados, Danzas Espanolas Nos. 1-4, 6 & 11. (Groningen Guitar Duo. Total time: 62'13')

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Corelli, Sonata in F [after Op.5 No.4]; Sonata in G [after Op.5 No.11]. Telemann, Trio in F [Essercizii Musici No.7]; Trio in B-flat [Essercizii Musici No.8]. Morel, Chaconne en Trio in G. Dieupart, Suite in b. Chedeville / Vivaldi, Sonata in g [Il Pastor fido No.6]. (Reine-Maria Verhagen, recorders. Tini Mathot, harpsichord. Jonathan Manson, viola da gamba and cello. Total time: 62'38')

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Antonio Pasculli, Omaggio a Bellini [for English horn]. Luigi Maurizio Tedeschi, Elegia, Op.22 [oboe]; Serenade, Op.28 [oboe]. Rossini, Arpa Gentil [for oboe d'amore]; Strofe d'Improvviso [oboe d'amore] + Music from Othello [oboe] and L Cenerentola [oboe d'amore]. Verdi, Music from Il Trovatore [oboe]. Donizetti, Music from Lucrezia Borgia [oboe]. Bellini, Music from La Sonnambula [oboe] and I Puritani [oboe]. (Ernest Rombout, oboe / oboe d'amore / English horn. Erika Waardenburg, harp. Total time: 69'57')

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Rheinberger, Abendlied. Brahms, Warum ist das Licht gegeben; Geistliches Lied. Mendelssohn, Sechs Spruche, Op.79. Bruckner, Christus factus est; Ave Maria. Reger, Drei sechsstimme Choruses, Op.39. Wagner, Ans Webers Grabe. Wolf, Sechs Geisliches Lieder. Strauss, Der Abend. (The Rodolfus Choir/ Ralph Allwood and Ben Parry. Recorded Eton College Chapel, 1997-2002. Total time: 79')

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Lajos Bardos, Missa Quarta. Roxanna Panufnik, Missa Brevis + Plainchant and Works by Redford, Gelineau, O'Neill, Simpson, Byrd, Victoria, Boyvin, Handel and Mendelssohn. (Monks Schola, Douai Singers/ John Rowntree. With Terence Charlston, organ and Howard Rowntree, trumpet. Recorded 2002. Total time: 59')

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The sequence of music on this recording represents sacred choral compositions across Western Europe spanning the past thousand years. It celebrates the development and rich diversity of musical style and language over the centuries and features plainsong, chant and works by Dufay, Gibbons, Handel, Haydn, Mendelssohn, Rossini, Brahms, Stanford, Poulenc, Millington et al. (The Choir of Guildford Cathedral/ Andrew Millington. With Geoffrey Morgan, organ. Recorded 1999. Total time: 60'02')

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Fantasia and Fugue in D major; Advent Chorale; Prelude - O come, O come Emmanuel; Trio - Lo, he comes with clouds descending; Prelude on the Somerset Carol; Chorale Partita - Unto us is born a Son; Chorale on a melody by Orlando Gibbons; Prelude - Our Father, which art in heaven; Nocturne; Prelude - Come, Holy Ghost; Prelude - Most ancient of all mysteries; Processional; Adagio and Fugue on ‘Liebster Immanuel’; Chorale - O Sacred Head sore wounded; Fanfare for Easter Day; Processional - Jesus Christ is risen today; Trio - At the Lamb’s high feast; Chorale Partita - Christ the Lord is risen again; Carillon [Hommage a Mulet et Vierne]. (Organ at Buckfast Abbey/ Jeremy Filsell. Recorded 1999. Total time: 63'14')

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An oratorio with poems, paintings and music on the holy woman of the 4th century. Text by Silja Walter, inspired by the paintings of Maria Hafner. Silja Walter, reader with the Cambridge Voices and instrumental ensemble/ Ian Moore. Recorded Austria, 9/95. Total time: 105'47')

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The Major Works Based on Chorales. (David Goode performing on the Klais Organ at Bath Abbey. Recorded 2003. Total time: 198'. PLEASE NOTE: Ultra-Slim Pack. Comes with front cover, but does not come with rear tray card or spine/title)

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Fantasia fugata, Op.87; Les Reves de Colombine, Op.65 Nos. 1-5; The Lotus Isles; Prelude and Fugue, Op.81; From Blackbird Hills, Op.83; The Fair Hills of Eire, Op.91; A Hermit Thrush at Eve, Op.92 No.1; A Hermit Thrush at Eve, Op.92 No.2; From Grandmother's Garden, Op.97; Two Pieces, Op.102. (Kirsten Johnson, piano. Total time: 74'43')

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Nocturne, Op.107; Tyrolean Valse-Fantasie, Op.116; The Old Chapel by Moonlight, Op.106; A Cradle Song of the Lonely Mother, Op.108; By the Still Water, Op.114; From Six to Twelve, Op.119; A Bit of Cairo; A September Forest; Three Pianoforte Pieces, Op.128; Out of the Depths, Op.130; Improvisations, Op.148; Far Awa'. (Kirsten Johnson, piano. Total time: 63'58')

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Twenty-five tracks, including performances by Felix Slatkin and His Orchestra [Easy Street], Skip Martin and The New York Philharmonic Pops [Charles Trenet's 'La Mer'], Frank Hunter and His Orchestra [Katsumi Love Theme], Maurice Levine and The Warner Brothers Orchestra [Green Up Time], Meredith Willson and His Orchestra [American Caprice], Xavier Cugat and His Orchestra [The Carioca], Richard Jones and the Pittsburgh Strings [We Kiss in a Shadow], George Tzipine and His Salon Orchestra [Polly Wolly Doodle] and Leroy Anderson and His Concert Orchestra [Serenata] (Total time: 71'32')

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Twenty-six tracks, including performances by Jay Wilbur and The New Century Orchestra [The Runaway Rocking Horse], Hugo de Groot and the Hilversum Radio Orchestra [Starlight Concerto; Mexican Serenade], Robert Farnon and The Queen's Hall Light Orchestra [Girl on the Calendar], Walter Collins and The London Promenade Orchestra [Team Spirit], Erich Borschel and The New Century Orchestra [La Compagne; Patterns; House of Horrors; Flametta], Charles Williams and The Queen's Hall Light Orchestra [Highland Lament] and Sidney Torch and The New Century Orchestra [Vision of Salome - Waltz]. (Total time: 73'37')

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Twenty-five tracks, including performances by Rudolf Friml and 101 Strings [Donkey Serenade], Georges Devereaux and L'Orchestre Devereaux [Donkey Trot], Cedric Dumont and The New Concert Orchestra [The Donkey and the Bee], Morton Gould and His Orchestra [Poor Butterfly], Sidney Torch and The New Century Orchestra [Chameleon], Louis Lane and The Cleveland Pops [The Alligator and the Coon], Dimitri Tiomkin and the Paramount Studio Orchestra [Lambing Time] and Henry Mancini and His Orchestra [The Dancing Cat]. (Total time: 72'59')

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