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Adam's ballet La Jolie Fille du Gand receives its first complete recording with Andrew Mogrelia and the Queensland Symphony Orch (MARCO POLO)

Larsen's Deep Summer Music, Solo Symphony and Marimba Concerto with the Colorado Symphony Orch/Marin Alsop, cond. (KOCH INTERNATIONAL)

Jascha Heifetz's early recordings of violin concertos of Tchaikovsky, Wieniawski and Sibelius (NAXOS)

Jascha Heifetz 1941 recording of Walton's Violin Concerto and 1949 recording of Elgar's Violin Concerto (Naxos)

Jascha Heifetz's 1947 recording of Prokoviev's Concerto No. 2 and 1945 recording of Gruenberg's Concerto (NAXOS)

Jascha Heifetz's early recordings of two concertos by Vieuxtemps plus shorter works of Saint-Sa‘ns, Sarasate and Waxman (NAXOS)

A private issue of Eduard van Beinum's London Philharmonic recording of Beethoven's ballet The Creatures of Prometheus    (SOUND DYNAMICS)

Suites from two operas and other orchestral music of Rimsky-Korsakov with the Moscow Symphony Orch/Golovchin (NAXOS)

Constant Lambert's ballets Pomona and Romeo & Juliet with the Victoria State Orch/Lanchberry (CHANDOS)

Reissue of Lord Berners' Triumph of Neptune and other works with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orch/Barry Wordsworth (OLYMPIA)

Sir Arthur Sullivan's Irish Symphony, The Tempest and In Memoriam Overture with the BBC Phil/Hickox (CHANDOS)

MacDowell's two piano concertos, Hexameron & Cello Romance, with Stephen Prutsman/Ireland NSO/Fagan (NAXOS)

Reissues of Sibelius: Kullervo, The Oceanides, Tapiola and other works with the Bournemouth SO/Berglund (EMI CLASSICS)

ERICA MORINI's 1945 recording of Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto with Defauw and the Chicago Symphony Orch (BIDDULPLH)

MARIA CALLAS' last Tosca, from Covent Garden, July 5, 1965, with Renato Cioni and Tito Gobbi  (DIVINA)

MARIA CALLAS in Bellini's Norma recorded in Trieste November 19, 1953, with Franco Corelli, Elena Nicolai and Boris Christoff (DIVINA)

MARIA CALLAS singing Medea, with Gino Penno, Fedora Barbieri and Leonard Bernstein conducting at La Scala in 1953  (GOLDEN MELODRAM)

Reissue of Stokowski's 1958 Houston Carmina Burana (EMI CLASSICS)

Music of American composer William Henry Fry (1813-1864) including Santa Claus Symphony, with RSNO/Rowe (NAXOS)

Reissue of Stokowski's 1956 recording of Holst's The Planets (EMI CLASSICS)

Reissues of Erich Kleiber's Amsterdam Concertgebouw Beethoven Symphonies 3 and 5, recorded in 1950 and 1953  (DECCA LEGENDS)

Richard Strauss' Parergon and PanathenŠenzug for left-hand piano with Anna Gourari/Bamberg SO/Rickenbacher (KOCH SCHWAAN)

Reissues of Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 4 (Kurt Sanderling) and Symphonies 5 & 6 (Evgeny Mravinsky) with the Leningrad Philharmonic (DGG)

Budget reissues of live and commercial recordings of tenor JUSSI BJOERLING (GALA)

Richard Strauss operatic excerpts with Lisa della Casa, Hilde Gueden, Leontyne Price Birgit Nilsson, Leonie Rysanek and Anja Silja (DECCA)

A collection of Rossini operatic arias with Joan Sutherland, Marilyn Horne, Luciano Pavarotti, Teresa Berganza and others (DECCA)

Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition: two '60s recordings, one conducted by RenŽ Leibowitz, the other by AndrŽ Vandernoot (REDISCOVERY)

The latest  remastering of FurtwŠngler's Beethoven symphonies recorded with Vienna, Stockholm and Bayreuth Orchestras (EMI CLASSICS)

Soprano SELMA KURZ 1923/1924 recordings (PREISER)


Overtures, ballet music and other works of Daniel-Franoise Auber with the Gothenburg Opera Orchestra cond. by Andersson (STERLING)

Van Anrooy's Piet Hein Rhapsody/Dopper's Gothic Chaconne and Symphony No. 7, with the Netherlands RSO/Bakels (NM CLASSICS)

Yoel Levi and the Atlanta Symphony play Mahler's Symphony No. 1 (TELARC)

Pierre Monteux with BBC Orchs. playing Rossini, Symphony No. 3 of Brahms and Schumann's Symphony No. 4 (BBC LEGENDS)

Soprano MARIA JERITZA, a favorite singer of Richard Strauss and Erich Wolfgang Korngold, reissues of recordings 1923/1927 (PREISER)

RUDOLF KEMPE/BBC Philharmonic performing Beethoven Leonore No. 3, Prokofiev's Love for Three Oranges Suite and Dvorak's "From the New World" (BBC LEGENDS)

Jascha Heifetz' early recordings of concertos of Glazunov, Bruch and Brahms (with cellist Feuermann), at budget price (NAXOS)

Claudio Abbado/Berlin Philharmonic playing Tchaikovsky: Slavonic March, Romeo and Juliet The Tempest and 1812 Overture(DGG)

RCA's 1950 Rigoletto with Leonard Warren, Jan Peerce and Erna Berger finally appears on CD (PREISER)

Acoustic recordings of soprano MARGARETE MATZENAUER (PREISER)

Glazunov's Symphonies 5 and 8 with Moscow Symphony/Anissimov (NAXOS)

Film music of Richard Rodney Bennett with the BBC Philharmonic/Rumon Gamba (CHANDOS)

Symphonies 6 and 7 of Sibelius with the Iceland Symphony/Sakari) (NAXOS)

Christopher Hogwood leads the Danish National RSO in Gade's symphonies 2, 8 andother works (CHANDOS)

The classic 1948 recording of Offenbach's Tales of Hoffman with AndrŽ Cluytens and an all-French cast (PREISER)

Orchestral works of Glinka including Kamarinskaya and two Spanish overtures with the BBC Philharmonic Orch/Vassily Sinaisky (CHANDOS)

LEOPOLD STOKOWKI's Hollywood Bowl recordings of Symphony No. 1 of Brahms and de Falla's El Amor Brujo with mezzo-soprano Nan Merriman (DUTTON)

SIR THOMAS BEECHAM's 1937/8 recording of Mozart's Magic Flute with Roswaenge, Lemnitz, HŸsch, Berger  and the Berlin Philharmonic (NAXOS)

A recent recording of Strauss's Four Last Songs with RenŽe Fleming and reissues with Elisabeth Schwarzkopf and Gundula Janowitz (RCA/EMI/DGG)

Two overtures, Siegfried Idyll and other works of Wagner with Lorin Maazel and the Berlin Philharmonic (RCA)

Szymanowski's Symphony No. 2, Concert Overture and songs with the London PO/Leon Botstein (TELARC)

ALFRED CORTOT's recordings of Franck's Symphonic Variations, Saint-Sa‘ns' Piano Concerto No. 4 and Ravel's Left Hand Concerto (NAXOS)

Massenet's Werther recorded in 1931 with GEORGES THILL & NINON VALLIN, Eli Cohen, cond. (NAXOS)

German soprano BARBARA KEMP's 1915-1928 recordings (PREISER)

SIR JOHN BARBIROLLI conducts the LSO in Strauss' Ein Heldenleben and Mozart's Symphony No. 36 rec. live in 1969 (BBC LEGENDS)

American soprano EILEEN FARRELL's recordings of operatic arias, songs and "pop" songs (TESTAMENT/SONY/REFERENCE REC)

Soprano NATALIE DESSAY sings Mozart concert arias (VIRGIN CLASSICS)

Creston's Symphonies 1, 2 and 3 with Ukraine Orch/Kuchar)(NAXOS)

Soprano KARITA MATTILA live concert of arias and songs (ONDINE)

Four CD sets of soprano LOTTE LEHMANN including earliest acoustic recordings (PREISER/ ROMOPHONE/PEARL)

Swedish soprano G…TA LJUNGBERG recordings, 1926-1931 (PEARL)

Australian soprano MARJORIE LAWRENCE 1933-34 recordings featuring Wagner and Strauss sung in French (PREISER)


Volume II in a series of rare Maria Callas recordings (DIVINA)

"Rarest Recordings" of dramatic Wagnerian soprano FRIDA LEIDER (PREISER)

Pianist SIMON BARERE's complete 1934-1936 HMV recordings (APR)

Music for films by Russian composer EDISON DENISOV with Serguei Skripka conducting (LE CHANT DU MONDE)

Andre Eshpai's ballet A Circle -- Apocalypse has its first recording with Emin Khachaturian conducting a Russian studio orchestra (ALBANY TROY)

Mikhail Nosyrev's ballet The Song of Triumphant Love has its premiere recording with Vladimir Verbitsky conducting (OLYMPIA)

JUSSI BJOERLING Rarities, recorded from 1937-1953 including five previously unissued performances (VAI AUDIO)

GIUSEPPE DI STEFANO 1950 broadcasts, with Renata Tebaldi, Bidu Sayao and Lily Pons (URANIA)

A superb live 1969 performance of Britten's War Requiem with Carlo Maria Giulini conducting (BBC LEGENDS)

Guido Cantelli's NBC SO recordings of symphonies of Haydn's Symphony No. 93, Franck's Symphony, Mathis der Maler of  Hindemith and Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition (TESTAMENT)

Oswald Kabasta's 1943/44 recordings of Beethoven's Eroica, Bruckner's Symphony No. 4 and Dvorak's Symphony No. 9 with the Munich PO (M&A)

Bernstein's Symphony No. 2 "Age of Anxiety"  and Bolcom's Piano Concerto played by Marc-AndrŽ Hamlin/Ulster Orch/Dmitry Sitkovetsky (HYPERION)

Heldentenor JACQUES URLUS recordings of Wagner and operatic arias made 1907-1912 and 1924 (PREISER)

Igor Markevitch/London Symphony 1962 BBC concert: Stravinsky: Rite of Spring  Tchaikovsky: Francesca da Rimini  Mussorgsky: Six Songs (Galina Vishkevskaya) (BBC LEGENDS)

Living Stereo reissues of Prokofiev's Alexander Nevsky (Chicago SO/Reiner) and Khachaturian's Violin Concerto (Kogan/Boston SO/Monteux) (RCA)

Ives' Symphony No. 2 and Robert Browning Overture (Nashville SO/Schermerhorn) (NAXOS)

Suites from Khachaturian's Spartacus & Gayaneh ballets with the Royal Philharmonic O/Temirkanov (EMI)

Igor Markevitch's two commercial recordings of Stravinsky's Rite of Spring, with the Philharmonia Orch recorded 1951 (mono) and 1959 (stereo) (TESTAMENT)

Ernest Ansermet's 1946 Stravinsky recordings (Petrouchka, Firebird Suite/ Symphony of Psalms) with the London Philharmonic O  (DUTTON)

William Kapell's 1946 recordings of Beethoven's Concerto No. 2 (Golschmann) and Khachaturian's Concerto (Koussevitsky) at budget price (DUTTON)

Kurt Weill's Die Dreigroschenoper with soloists/chorus/Ensemble Modern/HK Gruber, cond. (RCA)

Baritone NELSON EDDY recordings of operatic arias and concert songs (PEARL)

Tenor RAMON VARGAS in songs of Mexico recorded in concert (RCA)

Reissues of Constantin Silvestri conducting the Czech Philharmonic in music of Ravel, Lalo and Enescu (SUPRAPHON)

Antonio de Almeida leads the Czech Philharmonic in music of Paul Dukas: The Sorcerer's Apprentice, La PŽri and Polyeuchte Overture  (SUPRAPHON)

Wagner's Tristan and Isolde in a 1936 Covent Garden live performance with Flagstad & Melchior, Fritz Reiner, cond. (NAXOS)

A compilation of all of Lauritz Melchior's 1946/47 MGM recordings (ROMOPHONE)

Birgit Nilsson's early EMI recordings (1957/58), mostly Wagner, some released for the first time in stereo, some with Hans Hotter (TESTAMENT) 

Alfred Cortot's 1934/35 recordings of Schumann's Piano Concerto and Chopin's Piano Concerto No. 2 (NAXOS)

Suites from Khachaturian's Gayaneh and Spartacus ballets with the Bolshoi Theatre Orch/Svetlanov (LE CHANT DU MONDE)

Gates of Gold, Awakening and other music of Joseph Curiale with the composer conducting (BLACK BOX)

Reissue of Lorin Maazel's Roman Festivals & Pines of Rome by Respighi, with Rimsky-Korsakov's Le Coq d'Or Suite (DECCA)

Donizetti's La Favorite with Karasova/Vargas, Viotti cond. (RCA)

Beethoven's Symphonies 2 and 4 rec. 1928/29 by the Berlin State Opera O/Pfitzner & Kleiber, cond. (NAXOS)

Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 with the Berlin State Opera O/Oscar Fried, rec. in 1929 (NAXOS)

Early recordings of Italian songs with tenor GIUSEPPE DI STEFANO (Preiser)

Live recordings (1935/1939/1948) of Brahms piano concertos with Horowitz/Lucerne, NYP and NBC Orchs/Toscanini (APPIAN)

Live operatic recordings including final scene from Strauss's Salome, sung by American soprano PHYLLIS CURTIN (VAI AUDIO)

Puccini's La Boheme with Bocelli and Frittoli/Israel PO/Zubin Mehta (LONDON)

Massenet's Manon with Gheorghiu and Alagna/Pappagno cond. (EMI CLASSICS)

Budget issue of Symphony No. 7 (Antartica) and 8 of Vaughan Williams, with the Bournemouth SO/Bakels, cond. (NAXOS)

Guitarist Christopher Parkening playing concerted works by Elmer Bernstein, Albeniz and Marshall (EMI CLASSICS)

Szymanowski's two violin concertos and Concert Overture played by Kaja Danczowski with the Warsaw NPO/Kord (ACCORD)

Bach's four cantatas for the Feast of the Purification of Mary (Soloists/Ens/John Eliot Gardiner (DGG ARCHIV)

Rangstrom's Four Symphonies and other orchestral works with Norrkopong SO/Jurowski) (CPO)

Verdi's Le Trouvere (Il trovatore) in French recorded in 1913 (MARSTON)

An 11-CD set of live performances by EDUARD VAN BEINUM and the Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra, covering three decades of broadcasts which includes a DVD of Beethoven's Eroica. (Q DISC)

VAN BEINUM/CONCERTGEBOUW Bruckner symphonies: (No. 5 live), No. 7 (Decca recording) and Nos. 8 & 9 (Philips recordings) at super-budget price (PHILIPS)

  Fritz Reiner's 1958 Chicago Symphony Mahler Fourth with soprano Lisa Della Casa reissued in Living Stereo (RCA)

Peter Maag's Mendelssohn (Symphony No. 3/Midsummer Night's Dream) with the London Symphony Orchestra  reissued (DECCA)

Symphony No. 10 "Amerindia" of Villa-Lobos, with soloists, chorus & orch (Gisele Ben-Dor)  (KOCH INTERNATIONAL)

Arias of Puccini, Cilea, Leoncavallo, Massenet, Verdi, Catalani  and others sung by soprano RENƒE  FLEMING (DECCA)

Beethoven's Symphonies 1 and 6 recorded 1928/1931, with Berlin Orchs/Hans Pfitzner (NAXOS)

Beethoven's Symphonies 5 and 7 recorded in the late '20s, with the Berlin State Opera Orch/Richard Strauss (NAXOS)

BERLIOZ: Six Overtures with the Royal Philharmonic/Sir Alexander Gibson (INTERSOUND)

CHOPIN's two piano concertos played & conducted by KRYSTIAN ZIMERMANN (DGG)

CHAUSSON & SAINT SAENS piano quartets played by the Touchwood Piano Quartet (ASV)

KAREL ANCERL/CONCERTGEBOUW ORCHESTRA live performances of Haydn (Symphony 92), Franck (D Minor), Dvorak (Symphony 8) and Prokofiev (Classical) (TAHRA)

World premiere of Strauss's Four Last Songs with Flagstad/Furtwangler, plus other music of Strauss & Wagner (GEBHARDT)

Reissues of SIMON BARERE's live Carnegie Hall concerts of 1946/47 (APR)

Reissue at mid-price of  music by Benjamin Britten with the City of Birmingham Orch/Sir Simon rattle (EMI CLASSICS)

Morton Gould's American Salute, Foster Gallery and American Ballads, with the National Symphony Orch/Theodore Kuchar (NAXOS)

Reissue of baritone LEONARD WARREN recordings of opera and song (VAI)

Mahler's Symphony No. 10 (Cooke II) recorded live with Sir Simon Rattle/Berlin Philharmonic (EMI)

Willem Mengelberg's 1941 recording of Dvorak's New World Symphony  and 1944 Paris Dvorak Cello Concerto broadcast (Gendron) (ARKADIA)

Barber's two symphonies, First Essay and School for Scandal Overture (RSNO/Alsop)(NAXOS)

Heino Eller's Violin Concerto and symphonic poems (Estonian RSO/Lilje & Pahn) (ANTES)

VATE: A Peacock Southeast Flew/Western Front/Harp Concerto/Nemo Suite (Orch/Chorus/Mikula/Shimada) (VMM)

"South American Getaway" with The 12 Cellists of the Berlin Philharmonic (EMI CLASSICS)

Dvorak's Stabat Mater, Robert Shaw's final recording, with the Atlanta Symphony Orch & Chorus and soloists (TELARC)

Historic early electric recordings of arias from Strauss operas sung by famous singers of the time  (PREISER)

CARLO BERGONZI 1991 Song Recital from Zurich (RELIEF)

Cellist Emanuel Feuermann's 1918/29 recordings of  cello concertos of Dvorak and Haydn (NAXOS)

Rachmaninoff's Symphony No. 3, Spring & Choruses conducted by Valery Polyanski (CHANDOS)

Sibelius' Four Legends, Op. 22 and En Saga with the Swedish RSO/Mikko Franck, cond. (ONDINE)

Stokowski's EMI  Debussy reissued (Nocturnes, Faun, Clair de Lune, Iberia) (EMI CLASSICS)

George Tintner/Royal Scottish National Orch. recording of original version of Bruckner's First Symphony (NAXOS)

Elgar's Symphony No. 3 in Anthony Payne's reconstruction, with Paul Daniel conducting (NAXOS)

Diamond's Quartet for Piano & Strings, Piano and String Trios, with the Notre Dame Trio (NAXOS)

Sibelius' Pelleas & Melisande, suites and other works played by the Tapiola Sinfonietta/Ollila (ONDINE)

Walton's Piano Quartet in D Minor and String Quartet in A Minor, played by the Maggini Quartet (NAXOS)

A new concerto by Shchedrin plus music for violin and orchestra by Stravinsky & Tchaikovsky, played by Vengerov/LSO/Rostropovich  (EMI CLASSICS)

Verdi's Il trovatore in German with Helge Rosvaenge, rec.1936 (PREISER)

Italian baritone PAOLO SILVERI arias recorded 1946/1949 (PREISER)

Strauss's Symphonia domestica and Don Juan with the Czech Philharmonic conducted by Vladimir Ashkenazy (ONDINE)

Mozart's Abduction from the Seraglio, with Sir Charles Mackerras conducting (TELARC)

Copland's Appalachian Spring, Billy the Kid & Rodeo with Michael Tilson Thomas/San Francisco SO (RCA)

"Orchestral Fireworks" including Ravel, Kabalevsky, Liszt, Klemperer and Chabrier with Minnesota Orch/Eiji Oue (REFERENCE)

Soprano ALESSANDRA MARC operatic recital with the Dallas SO conducted by Andrew /Litton (DELOS)

Reissues of Van Beinum/Concertgebouw Orchestra recordings of Berlioz, Brahms and Schubert, and Brahms' Alto Rhapsody with Kathleen Ferrier/Krauss (DUTTON) 

Atterberg's Symphonies 1 and 4 (Frankfurt RSO/Rasilainen) and Peterson-Berger's Symphony No. 3 and other orchestral works (Norrkopping SO/Jurowski) (CPO)

Tavener's Fall and Resurrection with Patricia Rosario and other soloists, BBC Singers & Orch/Richard Hickox, cond. (CHANDOS)

Liszt transcriptions of music of Beethoven, Berlioz, Schubert & Weber played by Louis Lortie with the Residency Orch/Pehlivanian (CHANDOS)

A Choral Pilgrimage, music of Byrd, Tavener, Tallis and others performed by The Sixteen/ Christophers (LINN)

Handel's Solomon with Schall, Dam-Jensen, Hagley and others/ Gabrieli Consort/McCreesh (ARCHIVE)

Violin and cello concertos/Theme & Variations by  Miklos R—zsa played by Robert McDuffie and Lynn Harrell//Atlanta SO/Levi (TELARC)

A budget-priced issue of the 1974 Salzburg  Strauss  Die Frau ohne Schattan with an all-star cast conducted by Karl  Bšhm (OPERA D'ORO)

Mussorgsky's Boris Godunov in a 1948 Bolshoi recording featuring Mark Reizen with Nikolay Golovanov conducting  (ARKADIA)

Gorecki's Miserere, Chorus! for 56 Strings and Totus Tuus in Polish performances conducted by Bader/Krakau  (KOCH SCHWANN)

Reissues of Prokofiev's Cinderella and Glazunov's Seasons, both complete, with Cleveland & Royal Philharmohic Orchs/Vladimir Ashkenazy conducting (DECCA)

Hermann Scherchen's 1958 recording of Berlioz' Requiem finally issued in stereo (REDISCOVERY)

Historic Brahms reissues: Violin Concerto (Ossy Renardy/ACO/Munch) and Symphony No. 2 (LPO/FurtwŠngler) (DUTTON LABS)

Toscanini's 1950 NBC broadcast of Verdi's Falstaff reissued (RCA/BMG)

Twenty "Fanfares for the Common Man" by Copland, Hanson et al (London PO/Mester) (KOCH INTERNATIONAL)

Night Rivers by Iannaconne, Redmann's Fiasko and Myers' Symphony 1969 (Polish RSO/Junior)(VIENNA MODERN MASTERS)

Raid's powerful Symphony No. 1 plus orchestral works of Eller (Scottish NSO/Jarvi) (CHANDOS)

Antheil's Symphonies 1 and 6, plus Archipelago, with Frankfort RSO, Hugh Wolff, cond.(CPO)

Met 1945 broadcast of Verdi's Rigoletto with Jussi Bjoerling, Leonard Warren & Bidu Sayao (NAXOS)

Korngold's Sursum Corda, Baby Suite & other orchestral works (Linz Bruckner O/Richter)(CPO)

Two live recordings of Massenet's Werther, with Krauss/Crespin & Brecknock/Baker (GALA & CHANDOS)

Orchestral works of Victor Herbert including Columbus Suite (Slovak RSO/Keith Brion) (NAXOS)

Penderecki's Symphonies 2 and 4 with Antoni Wit/Polish NRSO (NAXOS)

Shostakovich's string quartets played by the Emerson Quartet (DGG)

Mahler's Song of the Earth with Domingo/Skovhus/LAPO conducted by Esa-Pekka Salonen (SONY)

Premiere recordings of film music of ALAN RAWSTHORNE with the BBC Philharmonic/Rumon Gamba (CHANDOS)

A collection of recordings by baritone ROBERT MERRILL (PREISER)

A collection of performances by chanteuse LIANE with the Boheme Bar Trio (VANGUARD)

Schubert's Wintereisse sung by baritone Roman Terkel beginning a new Naxos Schubert series (NAXOS)

Lorin Maazel conducts the Vienna Philharmonic in  Stravinsky's Petrushka & Song of the  Nightingale; first issue of Otto Klemperer's Petrushka and reissue of his Pulcinella (RCA/BMG & TESTAMENT)

Arthur De Greef's 1927 Grieg Concerto and solo performances; Benno Moiseiwitsch's 1952 Grieg and Schumann concertos  (PEARL & TESTAMENT)

Reissue of Sir John Barbirolli conducting  music of Elgar and Vaughan Williams (EMI CLASSICS)

Concertos for organ, harp and flute by Andriessen, Badings and Flothius and a Scherzo for Orchestra by Orthel (DONEMUS)

Piano concertos by Sandstrom, Hammereth and Rautavaara, & Rautavaara's Autumn Gardens (CAPRICE/ONDINE)

Reissue of tenor CARLO BERGONZI singing Italian songs (SONY CLASSICAL)

YURI TEMIRKANOV conducts Ravel, Tchaikovsky & Gade with the Danish Radio Orch. (CHANDOS)

VACLAV NEUMANN and the Czech Philharmonic in a program of Czech "Pearls" (SUPRAPHON)

Sir Charles Mackerras leads the Czech Philharmonic in Suk's Summer Tale and Fantastic Scherzo (DECCA)

Leopold Godowsky's studies on Chopin Etudes played by Marc-Andre Hamlin ((HYPERION)

Dukas' La Peri, Symphony and Sorcerer's Apprentice with Lopez-Coboz and the Cincinnati Symphony (TELARC)

Premiere recordings of Antheil's Symphony No. 6 and McKonkey's Ferry Overture, with Theodore Kuchar conducting (NAXOS)

Music of Franz Schreker:  Overtures, preludes and orchestral interludes with the BBC Philharmonic/Sinaisky (CHANDOS) 

Virgil Thomson's Symphonies Nos. 2 and 3 with the New Zealand Orch/Sedares (NAXOS)

Elliott Carter's Symphonia and Clarinet Concerto with Collins/BBC Orch/Knussen (DGG)

Santiago Rodriguez plays Second  Piano Concertos of Rachmaninoff and Chopin  (ELAN)

Reissue of Wagner orchestral excerpts with ARTURO TOSCANINI and the NBC Symphony Orchestra (RCA)

JANE EAGLEN sings Four Last Songs of Strauss and music of  Wagner and Berg with the LSO/Donald Runnicles (SONY CLASSICAL)

The complete recordings of British soprano EVA TURNER (PEARL)

A collection of early recordings by EUGENE ORMANDY mostly with the Minneapolis Symphony,  including many rare performances (BIDDULPH)

Soprano JULIA VARADY sings operatic works of Richard Strauss (ORFEO)

Penderecki's Symphonies 2 and 4 with the Polish NRO/Wit (NAXOS)

Reissue of mono recordings of ballets of Offenbach and Meyerbeer with Joseph Levine conducting the Ballet Theatre Orchestra (EMI CLASSICS)

  Mahler's Symphony No. 4 with Riccardo Chailly/Royal Concertgebouw (DECCA)

An overview of symphonies of SIR MALCOLM ARNOLD, and a selective discography (VARIOUS)

"The Essential Lutoslawski" - a 2 CD budget set including recordings conducted by the composer (PHILIPS)

Two recordings of Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 6, one conducted by Valery Gergiev, and an older concert performance conducted by Carlo Maria Giulini (PHILIPS/BBC LEGENDS)

Superb performances of Strauss's Zarathustra and songs of Szymanowski recorded live at the Proms, with outstanding sonics (BBC MUSIC)

A 1965 Vienna production of Strauss's Salome with Anja Silja, but the real star is Fritz Wunderlich (MYTO)

Dvorak's Symphony No. 8 and The Noon Witch with Nicholas Harnoncourt and the Concertgebouw (TELDEC)

Sarah Chang plays violin concertos of Richard Strauss and Karl Goldmark with conductors Wolfgang Sawallisch and James Conlon (EMI CLASSICS)

Mitsuku Uchida plays Schubert's Piano Sonatas Nos. 9 and 16 (PHILLIPS)

D'Albert's opera Die Toten Augen recorded live in Dresden (CPO)

Dominick Argento's Valentino Dances and other works, with Eiji Oue and the Minnesota Orchestra (REFERENCE REC)

Durufle's Requiem and other vocal works with soloists, chorus & orch. conducted by Michel Plasson (EMI CLASSICS)

Reissue of a  1962 recording of Handel's SAMSON with Jan Peerce & Phyllis Curtin (VANGUARD CLASSICS)

Reissue of Alfred Deller's 1956 recording of Purcell's Ode for St. Cecilia's Day (VANGUARD CLASSICS)

All of ROSA PONSELLE's commercial/private recordings in superb transfers (PEARL/ROMOPHONE)

RCA's ill-fated attempt to add an orchestra to Caruso acoustic recordings, plus a superb issue of older BJOERLING recordings (RCA/NAXOS)

Sviatoslav Richter's BBC live Liszt concertos and Hungarian Fantasy plus Chopin issued in superb sound (BBC LEGENDS)

Two piano concertos by Nino Rota played by Giorgia Tomassi with La Scala Orch/Riccardo Muti (EMI CLASSICS)

Magnificent transfer of Mengelberg Telefunken Strauss recordings of Don Juan and Ein Heldenleben (DUTTON LABS)

Biber's Mystery Sonatas performed by Affetti Musicali (WINTER & WINTER)

Manuel Rosenthal's third recording of Offenbach's Gaite Parisienne (NAXOS)

Alexander Nemtin's completion of Scriabin's Mysterium recorded in its entirety conducted by Vladimir Ashkenazy (DECCA)

Premiere recordings of two cantatas and "The Bells" by Hugo Alfven with Stefan Parkman conducting (STERLING) 

Three sets of live recordings by KAREL ANCERL with the Czech Philharmonic and Concertgebouw orchestras (TAHRA)

New budget recording of Britten's Violin Concerto and Symphony for Cello and Orchestra (NAXOS)

Live Vienna State Opera recording of Strauss's Egyptian Helen from a 1970 performance with Gwyneth Jones conducted by Josef Krips (RCA)

World premiere recordings of "British Light Music" conducted by Gavin Sutherland (ASV)

Live 1972 recording of Strauss's Salome with Leonie Rysanek from the Vienna State Opera (RCA)

Two-CD Centennial Anthology of works by Silvestre Revueltas (RCA/BMG)

A coupling of Grofe's Mississippi, Grand Canyon and Niagara suites (NAXOS)

Recordings of Rachmaninoff's Concertos 1 and 4 in their original versions (MUSICA CLASSIC/CHANDOS)

A superb comprehensive set of all of Mengelberg's Telefunken Concertgebouw Beethoven symphony recordings (PEARL)

Yehudi Menuhin's early recordings of Elgar and Bruch concertos issued at budget price (NAXOS)

Walter Piston's two violin concertos and Fantasy played by James Buswell with Theodore Kuchar conducting (NAXOS)

Debussy's La Mer, Jeux and Nocturnes recorded live with Lorin Maazel and the Vienna Philharmonic (BMG/RCA)

Busoni's Concerto for Piano and Male Chorus played by Marc-Andre Hamelin with Mark Elder conducting (HYPERION)

Karl Muck's historic recordings of music from Wagner's Parsifal (NAXOS)

High Performance reissue doesn't help much in these Ormandy Copland reissues; Mata fares better (RCA/BMG)

Maurice Ravel's historic recordings of his own works including Bolero (URANIA)

Teldec begins a new historic series with Beethoven symphonies and Strauss symphonic poems (TELDEC)

Sergei Rachmaninoff's historic recordings of his four concertos/Paganini Rhapsody (NAXOS) 

Collection of orchestral works of Ildebrando Pizzetti including La Pisanella, with Osmo Vanska conducting (HYPERION) 

Leonard Bernstein's Wonderful Town with Sir Simon Rattle conducting (EMI CLASSICS)

The late Georg Tintner's interpretation of Bruckner's Symphony No. 7 (NAXOS)

Kristian Zimerman's performances of Chopin's piano concertos conducted from the keyboard with the "Polish Festival Orchestra" (DGG

Premiere recording of one of the loudest pieces of music ever written - HEKLA - by Leifs, with En Shao and the Iceland Symphony Orchestra (BIS)

Reissue of Earl Wild/Jascha Horenstein/Royal Philharmonic 1965 recording of all of Rachmaninoff's works for piano and orchestra, at mid-price (CHANDOS

Premiere recordings of music of Samuel Barber with the composer, Toscanini, Janssen, Walter and a group of distinguished soloists (PEAR

Jose Sebrier/London Philharmonic in Rimsky-Korsakov (Scheherazade/Russian Easter)  Eiji Oue/Minnesota Orchestra in Mahler (Das Lied von der Erde) (REFERENCE REC)

MAHLER: Symphonies 1 and 2 with Rudolph Kempe leading the BBC Symphony Orchestra (No. 1), and Munich Philharmonic Orchestra (No. 2) (BBC LEGENDS)

Leopold Stokowski/New Philharmonia Orchestra in live 1968 performances of Symphonie fantastique of Berlioz and Scriabin's Poem of Ecstasy (BBC LEGENDS)

Live recordings of Mahler's Symphonies 1-5, 7 and 9 and Songs, with Bernard Haitink and the Concertgebouw Orchestra (PHILIPS)

Pianist Arcady Volodos' 1998 Carnegie Hall concert (SONY)

All recordings by soprano JOHANNA GADSKI including Mapleson cylinders,  issued in two sets (MARSTON)

"Celebrating the Classics" Reissue of Charles Gerhardt recordings of classic film scores plus an excerpt never before issued (THEMES & VARIATIONS)

A Leonard Bernstein collection including Divertimento, a suite from Candide and other works with Eije Oue and the Minnesota Orchestra (REFERENCE/REC)

Yuri Temirkanov and the St. Petersburg in Shostakovich's Symphonies 1 and 6 plus Festive Overture (RCA/BMG)

Reissue of early mono recordings of works by Dallapiccola, Shapiro and Lopatnikoff with Leonard Bernstein and the Columbia Symphony (SONY CLASSICAL)

Seven overtures of Berlioz with Sir Colin Davis conducting the Dresden Stattskapelle (BMG/RCA)

Symphonies 1 and 4 of Alexander Glazunov with the Moscow Symphony Orchestra conducted by Anissimov (NAXOS)

Symphonic works of Bantock including Sappho, Sapphic Poem and Cyprian Goddess, with Vernon Handley and the Royal Philharmonic (HYPERION)

Concert recordings from 1943 and 1940 of violin concertos of Beethoven and Bruch with Guila Bustabo, Willem Mengelberg and the Concertgebouw (ARCHIVE DOCUMENTS)

A collection of some of Shostakovich's earliest works including music for films, plays, and transcriptions conducted by Gennady Rozhdestvensky (BMG/RCA)

A group of motets by Nicholas Clerambault performed by Les Demoiselles de Saint-Cyr (VIRGIN VERITAS)

Rachmaninoff's own recordings of his Concerto No. 4, Symphony No. 3 and Vocalise and new recordings of the Symphony No. 1 and Isle of the Dead conducted by Mariss Jansons (CLAREMONT/EMI CLASSICS)

A budget issue: a  return to the recording studios by Peter Maag conducting three Mozart symphonies (ARTS)

A reissue of Shura Cherkassky's 1952/56 recordings of Tchaikovsky's first two piano concertos, with the Berlin Philharmonic (DEUTSCHE GRAMMOPOHON)

A reissue of Willem Mengelberg's 1941 recording of Ein Heldenleben by Strauss, with the Concertgebouw Orchestra (LYS)

Volumes 5 and 6 in an on-going series of orchestral works of Witold Lutoslawski orchestral works with Antoni Wit conducting (NAXOS)

Orchestral suites from operas of Janacek with the Czech State Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Jose Serebrier (REFERENCE RECORDINGS)

A budget-priced 2-CD set of Weber reissues focusing on the clarinet but also containing three overtures with Dorati and the Concertgebouw (PHILIPS)

Reissues of Elgar's Dream of Gerontius and The Music Makers with distinguished soloists, orchestra and chorus conducted by Sir Adrian Boult (EMI CLASSICS)
Kernis (ARGO)

RCA Living Stereo reissues of Pierre Monteux recordings of Franck's Symphony and Stravinsky's Petrushka with the Chicago and Boston Symphony Orchestras (RCA/BMG)

Two  recordings of Bruckner's Symphony No. 1, conducted by Abbado and Skrowaczewski (DG & ARTE NOVA)

Sir Simon Rattle's and the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra in Mahler's Third Symphony(EMI)

Sir John Barbirolli in live performances of Elgar, Walton and Britten (BBC CLASSICS)

A  budget-priced recording of Glazounov's complete ballet The Seasons with the Moscow Symphony directed by Anissimov (NAXOS)

A varied collection of music from Latin America with Enrique B‡tiz conducting the Festival Orchestra of Mexico (NAXOS)

A "High Performance" reissue of Jean Martinon's stunning Chicago Symphony recording of Arcana by Varse (RCA/BMG)

A 4-CD set of symphonic works of Richard Strauss with the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted by Lorin Maazel (RCA/BMG)

A reissue of all 15 Shostakovich quartets played by the Fitzwilliam Quartet (LONDON)

First CD issues of Artur Rubinstein's first recordings of Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 4 and Saint-Sa‘ns' Piano Concerto No. 2 (TESTAMENT)

A reissue of thirteen masses by Franz Joseph Haydn conducted by Guest, Willcocks and Preston (LONDON)

Stanislav Skrowaczewski continues his Bruckner symphony cycle with the Symphony No. 9 with the Minnesota Orchestra (REFERENCE RECORDINGS)

Sir Thomas Beecham's studio recordings of excerpts from Strauss's Ariadne auf Naxos and Elektra (PREISER)

Sir Colin Davis and the London Symphony continue their Sibelius cycle with a collection of shorter works (RCA/BMG)

Riccardo Chailly and the Royal Concertgebouw in a twin-CD collection of the complete music of Varse (LONDON)

George Tintner conducts Bruckner's Symphonies 0 and 8 with the New Symphony Orchestra of Ireland (Naxos)

The Cadman Requiem by Bryars with the Hilliard Ensemble conducted by David Smith (Point Music)

A Danish recording of Richard Strauss's Salome featuring soprano Inga Nielsen (Chandos)

Luis Herrera de la Fuente conducts music of Revueltas, Chavez and Moncayo (Spartacus)

Music of Sibelius: Karelia (complete), plus Kuolema with Osmo VŠnskŠ conducting (Bis)

Mariss Jansons conducts the Berlin Philharmonic in Kurt Weill's Symphony No. 2, Violin Concerto and a suite from Mahagonny (EMI Classics)

Handel's Alexander's Feast recorded in 1964 with Alfred Deller conducting (Vanguard Classics)

Reissue of 1962 recording of FaurŽs Requiem with Victoria de los Angeles and Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (EMI Classics)

Haydn's Paukenmesse and other choral works, with Richard Hickox conducting (Chandos)

Mariss Jansons and the London Philharmonic perform music of Shostakovitch: Symphony No. 15 and Piano Concerto No. 2 (EMI Classics)

A  budget-priced recording of orchestral music of Alfredo Casella, including La Giara (Naxos)

Film music of Shostakovich with Riccardo Chailly/Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra (LONDON)

Antal Dorati's  Tchaikovsky Sleeping Beauty Ballet, at budget price. (PHILIPS)

Definitive recording of Hanson's "Romantic" symphony conducted by the late Charles Gerhardt (Chesky)

An outstanding collection of light classical favorites conducted by Charles Gerhardt (Chesky)

A fine budget-priced recording of Rautawaara's "Bird Concerto" with a fascinating Third Symphony as well (Naxos)

  Stravinsky's  Rite of Spring and  Petrushka  with the Royal Philharmonic from a new budget series (Intersound)

Orchestral and choral works of Zemlinsky with James Conlon conducting (EMI Classics)

"Lamenta" -- music of Ferrabosco, Tallis, Brumel, White and Palestrina performed by The Tallis Scholars (GIMELL)

Sacred Choral Music of Sir Charles Villiers Stanford with the Winchester Cathedral Choir (HYPERION)

Reissues of earlier recordings by EARL WILD including a unique 1945 recording of Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue (IVORY CLASSICS)

John Rutter's Requiem and other choral works with the Choir of King's College, Cambridge cond. by Stephen Cleobury (EMI Classics)

Francesco Cavalli's Messa Concertata performed by Seicento directed by Peter Holman (HYPERION)

A song recital by tenor RAMîN VARGAS (LASERLIGHT)

BRUCKNER's Symphony No. 8 with the SaarbrŸcken Radio SO conducted by Stanislav Skrowaczewski (ARTE NOVA)

Volume I of complete orchestral works of  LUMBYE with the Tivoli Symphony Orchestra conducted by Giordano Bellincampi (MARCO POLO)

Works for two pianos by TAILLEFERRE, SNYDER and POULENC played by the Clinton-Narboni duo (ƒLAN RECORDINGS)

Orchestral works of BAX with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra conducted by David Lloyd-Jones (NAXOS)

Orchestral works of CHADWICK played by the Czech State Philharmonic conducted by JosŽ Serebrier (REFERENCE RECORDINGS)

Leopold Stokowski's magnificent 1958 recording of  Shostakovich's Symphony No. 11 with the Houston Symphony  (EMI CLASSICS)

Orchestral works of KLAMI played by the Turku Philharmonic conducted by Jorma Panula (NAXOS)

Live recording of Verdi's La forza del destino with Montserrat CaballŽ and JosŽ Carreras, La Scala, 1978 (MYTO)

Kr‡sa: Verlobung im Traum/Symphonie -- two more entries in London's Entarte Musik series (LONDON)

Historic early recordings of American music played by the Boston Symphony conducted by Serge Koussevitzky (BIDDULPH)

James Galway plays three concertos by Liebermann, two for flute, one for piccolo (RCA VICTOR)

Music of Argentinian composer Alberto Williams in a new budget-priced recording

Beginning of a new budget-priced set of symphonies of Sibelius (NAXOS)

Bantock's Pagan Symphony and Fifine at the Fair  with Vernon Handley and the Royal Philharmonic  (HYPERION)

  Verdi's  La Traviata, with Rosa Ponselle, from a 1935  Metropolitan Opera broadcast (NAXOS)

  Tchaikovsky's  complete Nutcracker  ballet with the Kirov Orchestra conducted by Valery Gergiev (PHILLIPS)

Puccini's  TURANDOT recorded live in Beijing (RCA VICTOR)

The complete recordings of  soprano ROSA RAISA (ROMOPHONE)

Met 1951 production of Mozart's Cos’ fan tutte, sung in English, with a strong cast  (SONY HERITAGE)

A relatively unknown Handel work, a "sacred drama," Joseph and His Brethern, which has a convoluted plot and memorable music (HYPERION)

A fine collection of comic Renaissance madrigals in superb performances

The finest Pearl Fishers on disc, recorded live in June 1959, with Alan Vanzo, Jeanine Micheau and Gabriel Bacquier (GALA)

Music by five of Bach's students: Goldberg, Kirnberger, Abel, Krebs and MŸrthel (GLOSSA)

Three Italian secular cantatas sung by mezzo-soprano Ann Murray (COLLINS)

Jascha Horenstein's legendary 1959 performance of Mahler's Symphony of a Thousand issued in splendid sound (IMG/BBC)

TCHAIKOVSKY Piano Concerto No. 1 RACHMANINOFF Piano Concerto No. 3 Vladimir Horowitz (live recordings, 1940/41) (Appian)

WAGNER Orchestral Music National Philharmonic Orch/Charles Gerhardt, cond. (Chesky)

STRAUSS Ein Heldenleben The historic 1928 recording with the NYPSO, Willem Mengelberg, cond. (Pearl)

BEETHOVEN Symphonies 5 & 6 Zurich Tonhalle Orch/Zinman (Arte Nova)

BEVERLY SILLS Reissue of her first solo recital disc (Millenium Classics)

RACHMANINOFF Symphony No. 3 National Symphony Orch. of Ireland/Alexander Anissimov, cond. (Naxos)

FRITZ WUNDERLICH Live recordings of songs, arias and duets (Orfeo D'Or)

DVORAK /SMETANA Historic recordings performed by Cleveland Orchstra conducted by George Szell (Sony Heritage)

SERGEI  LEMESHEV Historic '40s recordings by the famous Russian tenor (Preiser)

Bartok/Hindemith/Kodaly/Schoenberg Chicago Symphony Orch/Antal Dorati & Rafael Kubelik, cond. (Mercury)

Premiere recordings of orchestral works of Leo Sowerby conducted by Paul Freeman (Cedille)

Antal Dorati's historic 1954 recording of Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake ballet reissued (Mercury Living Presence)

Job -- A Masque for Dancing by Vaughan Williams,  a  budget-priced recording (Naxos)

William Kapell's recorded legacy on nine CDs  (RCA Victor)

"Earl Wild Goes to the Movies" Music of Rodgers, Steiner, R—zsa, Liszt, Chopin and Mozart (Ivory Classics)

Three world premiere recordings of music by Morton Gould, including the Pulitzer-prize winning StringMusic (Albany/Troy)

Bruckner's Symphony No. 6 in a budget recording with Stanislaw Skrowaczewski conducting (Arte Nova)

Sir Thomas Beecham's American recordings, 1942-1953 (Sony Heritage)

A recital of arias sung by Italian tenor GIUSEPPE GIACOMINI (Bongiovanni)

"ROSSINIANA" A live recording of a Rossini concert with Vivica Genaux, Juan Diego Fl—rez and Nicola Ulivieri (Agor‡)

Verdi arias sung by tenor Roberto Alagna (EMI Classics)

BERLIOZ Symphonie fantastique, Op. 14/Lelio San Francisco Symphony Orch/Michael Tilson Thomas, cond (RCA/BMG)

THE LAST RECORDINGS Bartok, Kodaly, Weiner Budapest Festival Orch/Sir Georg Solti, cond. (London)

ERNESTINE SCHUMANN-HEINK Complete Acoustic Recordings (Vol. 1) (Romophone)

"ARNOLD FOR BAND" Music of Sir Malcolm Arnold Dallas Wind Symphony/ Jerry Junkin, cond. (Reference Recordings)

TOCH Symphony No.3 HINDEMITH Mathis der Maler MARTIN Petite Symphonie Concertante Orch/Steinberg & Stokowski (EMI)

RITA STREICH sings Arias & Waltzes Rita Streich, sop. (D.G.)

MAHLER Symphonies 1, 3, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10 Various Orchestras conducted by Dimitri Mitropoulos (Music & Arts)

LJUBA WELITSCH "The Complete Columbia Recordings" (Sony Heritage)

ARCADI VOLODOS Debut Recording (Sony Classical)

STRAUSS Also sprach Zarathustra Boston Symphony Orch/Serge Koussevitzky, cond. (Biddulph)

WAGNER Orchestral Music from Tristan and Isolde Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orch/de Waart (RCA/BMG)

'PORTS OF CALL' Music of Chabrier, Sibelius, Ibert, Alfven, Tchaikovsky, Smetana and Borodin Minnesota Orch/Eiji Oue, cond. (Reference Recordings)

Tenor BRUCE FORD - Concert of arias sung in English (Chandos)

John Antill's aboriginal dance ballet Corroboree, two ballets of Ginastera, Estancia and Panambi (Everest)

Rachmaninoff's Symphony No. 2, with Tchaikovsky's Manfred, Romeo & Juliet and Marche slave, a best-buy in budget releases (EMI Classics)

Rautavaara's fascinating Cantus Arcticus, "Concerto for Birds and Orchestra" (RCA/BMG)

"The Melody Shop" - a dazzling collection of concert band showpieces, with the Grimethorpe Colliery Band (Chandos)

Norman Dello Joio's symphonic suite Air Power -- a superb reissue of the famous 1957 recording with Ormandy/Philadelphia Orchestra (Albany/Troy)

Tchaikovsky - All four orchestral suites in superb performances with Antal Dorati/New Philharmonia Orchestra (Philips)

Tchaikovsky - Perhaps the definitive recording of the complete Nutcracker Ballet, also a suite from Sleeping Beauty - all at budget price Philips)

Mahler vocal works for singers and orchestra in superb performances by the Concertgebouw Orchestra/Bernard Haitink, all at budget price (Philips)

Sibelius/Mendelssohn violin concertos with Sarah Chang, the Berlin Philharmonic and conductor Mariss Jansons (EMI Classics)

LEONTYNE PRICE at her best in live concert recordings from 1968/1973 (Gala)

Lorin Maazel leads the Vienna Philharmonic in Dvorak's symphonies 8 and 9 Deutsche Grammophon)

George Antheil's Capital of the World has its first complete recording, along with other orchestral works (Centaur)

George Antheil's Capital of the World plus premiere recordings of ballets of William Schuman and de Banfield with the Ballet Theatre Orch.(EMI Classics)

All of Leopold Stokowski's Mussorgsky orchestral transcriptions, a sonic spectacular with the BBC Philharmonic/Matthias Bamert (Chandos)

Leopold Stokowski's remarkable 1958 recordings of Villa-Lobos and Prokofiev reissued (Everest)

Major orchestral works of Richard Strauss with the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra conducted by Bernard Haitink -- and at budget price! (Philips)

Major orchestral works of Claude Debussy with the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra conducted by Bernard Haitink (Philips)

A sonic blockbuster - George Antheil's Ballet Méchanique and Jazz Symphony with Maurice Peress conducting (MusicMasters)

Twelve Spanish Dances of Granados, arranged for guitar and orchestra, on a fine budget-priced CD (Naxos)

Janácek's Sinfonietta, Lachian Dances, and Taras Bulba, with the Czech State Philharmonic/José Serebrier (REFERENCE REC)

All of Bruch's works for violin and orchestra with Salvatore Accardo, in budget reissues (Philips)