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Mahler, Adagietto from Symphony No. 5. Bruckner, Adagio from Symphony No. 2; Adagio from String Quintet, WAB 112. Tchaikovsky, Larghetto elegiaco from Serenade for Strings. Hang Zi [arr. Akira Nishimura], Three Wishes for a Rose. Takashi Yoshimatsu, Threnody to Toki. (Performing artists include Tokyo Philharmonic/ Tadaaki Otaka, Bruckner Orchestra Linz/ Kurt Eichhorn, Ensemble Cicashi Tanaka, Austria String Ensemble et al. Total time: 69'39')

BRO Code:
173521
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1
Record Label:

CAMERATA

UPC:

4990355204238

Record Number:

20CM-423

Country:

JAPAN

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Analog

Haydn, Movements from String Quartets, Op. 3 No. 5 ['Serenade'], 64 No. 5 and Op. 76 Nos. 2, 3 & 4. Dvorak, Movements from Cypresses and from String Quartets, Opp. 96 & 106. (All performed by The Vienna String Quartet. Total time: 58'10')

BRO Code:
173522
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1
Record Label:

CAMERATA

UPC:

4990355204221

Record Number:

20CM-422

Country:

JAPAN

D/A Code:

Digital

Norio Fukushi, Anima of a Tree. Michio Kitzazume, Shadows III-A. Toshi Ichiyanagi, Rhythm Gradation; Portrait of a Forest. Shin-Ichira Ikebe, Monovalence IV. Yushi Takahashi, The Wolf. Maki Ishii, Thirteen Drums. (Atsushi Sugahara, percussion. Recorded 1995. Total time: 76'29')

BRO Code:
173524
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1
Record Label:

CAMERATA

UPC:

4990355004197

Record Number:

CMCD 15085

Country:

JAPAN

D/A Code:

Digital

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$6.99

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Music composed / arranged for brass ensemble. Featuring works by Richard Strauss [Vienna Philharmonic Fanfare], Hummel [Trumpet Concerto], Rosner [Vienna Opera Ball Fanfare], Wagner [excerpts from 'Tannhauser' and 'The Flying Dutchman'], Flotow [Overture to 'Martha'], Bayer, Fucik, Johann Strauss, Josef Strauss, Carl Teike and Karl Komzak II. (Philharmonic Wind Orchestra, Vienna/ Karl Jeitler. With Hans Peter Schuh, trumpet. Recorded 1993. Total time: 70'22')

BRO Code:
173525
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1
Record Label:

CAMERATA

UPC:

4990355303405

Record Number:

30CM-340

Country:

JAPAN

D/A Code:

Digital

Chopin, Ballades Nos. 3 & 4; Nocturnes, Op. 9 No. 2 & Op. 27 No. 2; Waltzes, Op. 64 Nos. 1 & 2; Waltz in e; Mazurkas, Op. 7 No. 3, Op. 24 No. 4, Op. 30, No.4, Op. 33 No. 4 and Op. 41 No. 1. (Toyoko Kreutzer, piano. Recorded 1987-1990. Total time: 58'29')

BRO Code:
173526
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1
Record Label:

CAMERATA

UPC:

4990355005484

Record Number:

CMCD 99054

Country:

JAPAN

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Digital

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Bartok, Three Folksongs from Csik [arr. Janos Szebenyi]; Hungarian Country Suite [arr. Paul Arma]. Ferenc Farkas, Romanian Dances from Bihar. Mihaly Hajdu, Hungarian Shepherd Songs. Franz Doppler, Hungarian Fantasy Pastorale, Op. 26. Jeno Takacs, Improvisations on Bird Songs. Andras Szollosy, Three Pieces for Flute and Piano. (Adel Oborzil, flute with Mika Mori, piano. Recorded 2000-2001. Total time: 65'03')

BRO Code:
173528
Units:
1
Record Label:

CAMERATA

UPC:

4990355000311

Record Number:

CMCD 28004

Country:

JAPAN

D/A Code:

Digital

Two Marches, K.335; Ave Verum Corpus, K. 618; Abduction from the Seraglio Overture; Impresario Overture; Cosi fan Tutte Overture; Excerpts from The Magic Flute, Posthorn Serenade, Symphony No. 39 [Minuet], Piano Sonata, K.331 [Rondo alla Turca], Don Giovanni, A Musical Joke. (Ensemble 11 [Eleven members of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra]. Recorded 1998. Total time: 56'52')

BRO Code:
173529
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1
Record Label:

CAMERATA

UPC:

4990355305706

Record Number:

30CM-570

Country:

JAPAN

D/A Code:

Digital

Richard Strauss [1864-1949], Oboe Concerto. Bohuslav Martinu [1890-1959], Oboe Concerto. Bernd Alois Zimmermann [1918-1970], Oboe Concerto. Ralph Vaughan Williams [1872-1958], Oboe Concerto. (Thomas Indermuhle, oboe [Principal, Rotterdam Philharmonic] with Orchestre de Bretagne/ Claude Schnitzler. Recorded 1993. Total time: 73'21')

BRO Code:
173530
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1
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CAMERATA

UPC:

4990355001295

Record Number:

CMCD 20029

Country:

JAPAN

D/A Code:

Digital

Nagare - for shamisen; Kyudo B - for shakuhachi and harp; Tabiyuki - for mezzo-soprano and twelve instruments; Birth of the Bass Koto - for 17-stringed koto; Cooperation - for eight Japanese and eight Western instruments. (Performing artists include Akiko Nishigata [shamisen], Akiko Ogawa [mezzo-soprano], Atsumi Nakakoji [viola], Atsuo Murata [trombone], Chieko Fukunaga [koto], Genzo Kitamura [trumpet], Hiroaki Owada [horn], Isao Tsuji [oboe], Junko Ueda [biwa] and Kifu Mitsuhashi [shakuhachi]. Recorded 1994. Total time: 64'59')

BRO Code:
173531
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1
Record Label:

CAMERATA

UPC:

4990355006733

Record Number:

CMCD 50041

Country:

JAPAN

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Digital

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$13.98

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Sonata for flute and piano; Pundarika - for clarinet and piano; Asura - for violin solo; Potalaka - for recorder, cello and harp; Elegia - for harp; Meditation - for recorder solo; Kalavinka - for recorder, oboe, strings and percussion; Violin Concerto; Concerto for shakuhachi and orchestra; Clima 2 - for orchestra; Ten Night's Dreams - for chamber ensemble. (Performing artists include Nobutaka Shimizu [flute], Atsuko Jinzai [piano], Eiko Nishigaki [harp], Heikan Kureyama [oboe], Himari Umehara [piano], Kifu Mitsuhashi [shakuhachi], Midori Kugota [violin], Mutsuko Taneya [percussion], Pro Musica Nipponia and Tokyo Philharmonic/ Kazufumi Yamashita and Shunji Aratani. Recorded 1989-1996. Total time: 145'20')

BRO Code:
173532
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2
Record Label:

CAMERATA

UPC:

4990355005200

Record Number:

CMCD 50022-3

Country:

JAPAN

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Digital

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$7.99

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Shostakovich, Preludes, Op. 34 Nos. 2, 10, 12, 20 & 21. Sarasate, Introduction and Tarantella, Op. 43. Britten, March; Lullaby; Waltz. Dvorak, Slavonic Dance, Op. 72 No. 2. Hubay, Zephyr. Takemitsu, Hika [Elegie]. Debussy, La Plus que lente. Webern, Four Pieces, Op. 7. Lutoslawski, Subito. Achron, Hebrew Melody. Falla [transcribed by Fritz Kreisler], Spanish Dance [from La Vida Breve]. Krawczyk, Happy Hours [after Mahler's Symphony No. 9]. (Julien Dieudegard, violin and Jonas Vitaud, piano. Recorded 10/2004)

BRO Code:
173533
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1
Record Label:

LYRINX

UPC:

3700232202377

Record Number:

LYR 237

Country:

FRANCE

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Digital

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Features twenty-seven titles including traditional favorites [Hark! The Herald Angels Sing; The Holly and the Ivy; I Saw Three Ships; God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen; Joy to the World; In the Bleak Midwinter et al.] and works by Handel, Poulenc, Howells Rutter et al. (Brentwood Cathedral Choir and Brentwood Singers/ Andrew Wright. With Stephen King [organ], Carolyn Wheadon [flute], Clive Miller and Anthony Rickard [trumpets]. Total time: 74'02')

BRO Code:
173534
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1
Record Label:

HERALD

UPC:

794638029921

Record Number:

HAVPCD 299

Country:

ENGLAND

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Digital

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$6.99

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Titles: Cecil Taylor; The Art of Counterpoint; North; South; East. ('Restraint isn't a quality always associated with John Zorn, and on many of his recordings, ideas seemingly pour through him in torrents as they tumble from the bell of his sax. But on Sonic Rivers, Zorn gracefully makes room for his partners on the date, free jazz trumpeter Wadada Leo Smith and avant-garde trombonist and electronic composer George Lewis, and it's the layering and interplay between the individual players that make this recording so powerful. While the furious atonal runs that are a frequent part of Zorn's repertoire are here in plentiful supply, these pieces play on dynamics, with silence punctuating the bursts of fury, the longer extended notes from Zorn, the shifting notes from Smith, and the almost conversational textures that come from Lewis' trombone [and from his electronic manipulations on 'The Art of Counterpoint' and 'Screaming Grass']. Sonic Rivers very much sounds like a blowing session on 'North', as the three musicians seemingly race around one another, but 'South' is considerably more graceful, as the spaces in the arrangement and the rise and fall of the individual voices give the piece a sound that's at once vital and slightly mournful. The recording and mix are pristine and splendidly preserve the nuances of all three players, as individuals and as their ideas take flight together, and the finale, "The Culture of Gun Violence in the US," is a stunner, full of daring choices and a series of false endings that speak as eloquently as any polemic on the madness of mass shootings in America. Zorn's Tzadik label has released many of Smith's most notable recordings, and his respect for the trumpeter is audible on Sonic Rivers, and with Lewis adding his signature musical perspective to the sessions, this is a compelling meeting of three inspired and restless musical minds.')

BRO Code:
173535
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1
Record Label:

TZADIK

UPC:

702397400127

Record Number:

TZ 4001

Country:

AMERICA

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Digital

Serenade for oboe and piano; Sonatine for oboe and bassoon; Controversia for oboe and harp; Chant pour les piroguiers de l'orwnoque for oboe and piano; Suite liturgique for voice, English horn, cello and harp. (Christiane Karg, soprano. Cristina Bianchi, harp [principal, Bavarian Radio Orchestra]. Marco Postinghel, bassoon [principal, Bavarian Radio Orchestra] Oliver Triendl. piano. Sebastian Klinger, cello [principal, Bavarian Radio Orchestra]. Stefan Schilli, English horn and oboe [principal, Bavarian Radio Orchestra]. Total time: 55')

BRO Code:
173536
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1
Record Label:

OEHMS CLASSICS

UPC:

4260034868755

Record Number:

OC 875

Country:

GERMANY

D/A Code:

Digital

Titles: Olympic Fanfare and Theme - for orchestra; America, the Dream Goes On - for voice, chorus and orchestra; A Hero For Today; America the Beautiful; The Last Full Measure of Devotion; Seeds of Freedom - for chorus and band; The Sea is My Second Home; American Salute - for orchestra; The Battle Hymn of the Republic; Patriotic Medley - for chorus and band; Armed Forces on Parade; God bless the U.S.A.; The Stars and Stripes Forever - march for band; The Star-Spangled Banner - for orchestra and chorus. (Conducted by Ralph M. Gambone. Total time: 55'27')

BRO Code:
173537
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1
Record Label:

ALTISSIMO!

UPC:

754422557221

Record Number:

ALT 55722

Country:

AMERICA

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Digital

Children's, youth and female choruses: See the Gypsies; Evening Song; Seven Easy Childrens' Choruses; Six Humorous Canons - for children's chorus; Honey, Honey; King Laszlo's Men; Gypsy Lament; Cohors generosa; Horatii Carmen II.10; Greeting on St. John's Day; Geneva Psalm C1; A Christmas Carol; Hymns to St. Stephen; Angels and Shepherds; Epiphany; Whitsuntide. (Cantemus Vocal Ensemble/ Denes Szabo. Total time: 65'28')

BRO Code:
173538
Units:
1
Record Label:

HUNGAROTON

UPC:

5991813129123

Record Number:

HCD 31291

Country:

HUNGARY

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Titles: Alone Together; In Your Own Sweet Way; Huntington Street; Opus d'Amour; It's You; My Old Flame; Almost Everything; Lew 'n' Shu. (Lee Konitz, soprano and alto saxophone. Don Friedman, piano. Tsutomu Okada, bass. Jeff Williams, drums. Recorded 10/23/1992. Total time: 71'54')

BRO Code:
173539
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1
Record Label:

CAMERATA

UPC:

4990355925102

Record Number:

25CJ-10

Country:

JAPAN

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Digital

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Trio for Clarinet, Viola and Piano ['Kegelstatt’], K.498 {Peter Schmidl, clarinet. Klaus Peisteiner, viola. Keiko Toyama, piano. Recorded 10/12/90}; Quintet for Piano and Winds, K.452 {Keiko Toyama, piano. Gunter Passin, oboe. Yuji Murai, clarinet. Gottfried Langenstein, horn. Koji Okazaki, bassoon. Recorded 9/1/81}. (Total time: 41’35’)

BRO Code:
173540
Units:
1
Record Label:

CAMERATA

UPC:

4990355001226

Record Number:

CMCD 20022

Country:

JAPAN

D/A Code:

Digital