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Antonio CALDARA (1671-1736) Trio Sonatas Op 1 Nos 1 in F major, 2 in G major, 5 in E minor, 7 in A major, 10 in F minor (1693) Chiacona Op 2 No 12 in B flat major (1699) Cello Sonata No 5 in F major (1735) Cello Sonata No 14 in A minor (1735) Parnassi musici Recorded in the Hans-Rosbaud-Studio in Baden-Baden November 2001 CPO 999 871-2 [67.04] [JW]

Sensitively shaped, instrumentally compelling performances recorded in a winningly sympathetic acoustic. … see Full Review

BARGAIN OF THE MONTH André CAPLET (1878-1925) Épiphanie (1923) [20.24] Edouard LALO (1823-1892) Cello Concerto (1876) [25.13] Gabriel FAURÉ (1845-1924) Élégie (1879) [6.46] Xavier Phillips (cello) Bayerische Kammerphilharmonie/Emmanuel Plasson Rec. April 1999, Angelika-Kauffmann-Saal, Schwarzenberg, Vorarlberg, Austria EMI Début series EMI CLASSICS 5 73503 2 [52.51] [RB]

An outstanding disc made so not merely by Xavier Phillips’ brilliance of execution but by the imaginatively volatile Caplet. Do not miss it. … see Full Review

Alfredo CASELLA (1883-1947) L'Opera per PianoForte (Piano Works)
Pavane, Opus 1 (1902) Variations sur une Chaconne, Opus 3 (1903) Toccata, Opus 6 (1904) Sarabande, Opus 10 (1908) Notturnino (1909) Berceuse Triste, Opus 15 (1910) À la manière de…, Opus 17 (1911-14) Nove pezzi, Opus 24 (1914) Sonatina, Opus 28 (1916) A notte alta, Opus 30 (1917) Deux Contrastes, Opus 31 (1916-18) Inezie, Opus 32 (1918)
Cocktail's Dance (1918) Undici pezzi infantili, Opus 35 (1920) Due Canzoni popolari Italiane, Opus 47 (1928) Due Ricercari sul nome B-A-C-H, Opus 52 (1932) Sinfonia, Arioso e Toccata, Opus 59 (1936) Ricercare sul nome Guido Gatti (1942) Studio sulle terze maggiori (1942) Sei Studi, Opus 70 (1943-44) Lya de Barberiis (piano) Recorded at Cetra Art Studios, Rome, Italy, 20th September 1979. WARNER FONIT 0927 47043-2 [62.03+67.34+55.38] [NH]

More lost Italian treasure resurfaces … See Full Review.

CHOPIN RECITAL – Vol. 1 - Frédéric CHOPIN (1810-1849) Scherzo no. 2 in b flat, op. 31, Mazurkas: f, op. 7/1, A flat, op. 17/3 [not B flat, op. 17/1 as stated on cover], b flat, op. 24/4, c sharp, op. 30/4, D, op. 33/2, c sharp [not e as stated on cover], op. 41/1, Introduction and Rondo in E flat, op. 16, Waltzes: A flat, op. 42, c sharp, op. 64/2, A flat, op. 64/3, e, op. Posth, Nocturne in D flat, op. 27/2, Etudes: G flat, op. 10/5, F [major, not minor as stated on cover], op. 10/8, c, op. 10/12, Polonaise in A flat, op. 53 Joyce Hatto (piano) - Recorded 2nd January, 14th March 1992 and 27th April 1997, Concert Artist Studios, Cambridge CONCERT ARTIST/FIDELIO RECORDINGS CACD 9160-2 [77:45] [CH]

As good a Chopin recital as you will find. But be warned; it may impel you to buy the complete cycle from which it is drawn, so making purchase superfluous. … see Full Review

Muzio CLEMENTI (1752-1832) Compositions for Pianoforte, Vol. 1 - Three Sonatas, op. 40, in G, b and d, (1801) - Three Sonatas, op. 50, in A, d & g – "Didone abbandonata" (1805) Maria Tipo (piano) - First published 1978, location and date not given WARNER FONIT 3984 27267-5 [2 CDs, 67:07, 72:47] [2 CDs, 67:07, 72:47]

Some often very fine music, but this may not be the best way to present it. … see Full Review

Cecil COLES (1888-1918) Music From Behind The Lines: Overture: The Comedy of Errors (1909-11) - Fra Giacomo (1913) - Scherzo in A minor (1909-11) - Four Verlaine Songs: "Fantastic in appearance", "A slumber vast and black", "Pastoral: The sky above the roof", "Let’s dance the jig" (1909) - From the Scottish Highlands (1903) - Behind the Lines (1918) - Sarah Fox, soprano, Paul Whelan, baritone. BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra/Martyn Brabbins - Rec. City Hall, Glasgow on 12 and 13 December 2001 DDD HYPERION CDA67293 [62'44] [RB]

A talent for lighter fare conjoined with the drama of the concert scena and of tragedy. ... see Full Review

Edward Elzear "Zez" CONFREY (1895-1971) Dizzy Fingers - The Red Lantern - By the Waters of Minnetonka - Novelette - Waltz Mirage - Greenwich Witch - Afghanistan - Kitten on the Keys - Kinda careless - The Sheik of Araby - Heaven’s Garden - Stumbling - Jaywalk - Tap Dance of the Chimes - Humorestless - That thing called Love - Midsummer’s Nightmare - Tricks - Coaxing the Piano - Concert Etude - My Pet - Relaxation - Fantasy of Today [Classical and Jazz Versions] - Recorded on piano rolls by Zez Confrey, realized by Artis Wodehouse WARNER CLASSICS 0927 49309-2 [61.49] [JW]

Plenty of Jazz Age verve and not a little reflective nostalgia too. … see Full Review

Aaron COPLAND (1900-1990) Three Latin-American Sketches (1959/1971) - Quiet City (1940) - Concerto for Clarinet and Orchestra (1947) - Appalachian Spring (1944) - Laura Arden (clarinet) Nashville Chamber Orchestra/Paul Gambill - Recorded at Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, Tennessee, USA, March and November 2001 NAXOS 8.559069 [62.47] [GH]

New to Copland … then this is a very good place to start … see Full Review

Aaron COPLAND (1900-1990) The World of Aaron Copland
Fanfare for the Common Man (1942) Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra/Zubin Mehta Rec. July 1976, Royce Hall, Los Angeles Lincoln Portrait (1942) Gregory Peck (speaker) Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra/Zubin Mehta Rec. May 1968, Royce Hall, Los Angeles Quiet City (1939) Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Sir Neville Marriner Rec. October 1975, St John's, Smith Square, London Appalachian Spring (1944) Detroit Symphony Orchestra/Antal Dorati Rec. November 1984, Old Orchestra Hall, Detroit Five Songs from 'Old American Songs' (1950-58) Marilyn Horne (mezzo soprano)/English Chamber Orchestra/Carl Davis Rec. August 1985, Walthamstow Assembly Hall El salón México (transcribed Bernstein) (1938) Peter Jablonski (piano) Rec. June 1990, Walthamstow Assembly Hall Danzón Cubano (1945) Baltimore Symphony Orchestra/ David Zinman Rec. January 1993, Joseph Meyerhoff Hall, Baltimore DECCA 473 146-2 [79.46] [TB]

Scores seven or eight out of ten. … see Full Review

Ernö DOHNANYI (1877-1960) Piano works, volume II. Capriccio in B minor, opus 2, number 4 (1896/7) [9:12] Winter Dances, (Ten Bagatelles), opus 13 (1905) [32:46]: I. Widmung, II Marsch der lustigen Brüder III. An Ada, IV. Freund Viktor’s Mazurka, V. Sphärenmusic, VI. Valse amiable, VII. Un Mitternacht, VIII. Tolle Gesellschaft, IX. Morgengrauen, X Postludium. Six Piano Pieces, opus 41 (1945) [21:23]: I. Impromptu, II Scherzino, III. Canzonetta, IV. Cascades, V. Ländler VI. Cloches Three Singular Pieces opus 44 (1951) [31:32]: I. Burletta, II. Nocturne - Cats on the Roof, III. Perpetuum Mobile Lawrence Schubert (piano) Recorded in the Baldwin Studio, New York City, 20-22 August, 1996. DDD NAXOS 8.554800 [76:55] [KS]

Fine music in adequate performances with a piano far too brightly lit … see Full Review

JOHN DOWLAND (1562 - 1626) TOBIAS HUME (1569 ? - 1645) Dowland v Hume Simon Biazeck - Tenor Miriam Morris - Viola da Gamba Elizabeth Kenny - Lute
Rec: Recorded 21 - 23 August 2001 in the Jacqueline Du Pré Centre, Oxford ZENOBIA ZEN403 [63.17] [KM]

There is little good to be said about this disc. see... full review.

Antonín DVOŘÁK (1841-1904) Requiem, op. 89* (1890) Symphony no. 9 in e, op. 95 – "From the New World" (1893) Oksana Krovytska (soprano)*, Wendy Hoffman (mezzo-soprano)*, John Aler (tenor)*, Gustav Beláček (bass)*, Westminster Symphonic Choir*, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra/Zdenek Macal Recorded 12th, 18th-19th October 1999, New Jersey Performing Arts Centre, Newark, NJ DELOS DE 3260 [2 CDs: 70:51+64:27] [CH]

Chiefly on account of some of the soloists, this cannot displace Kertesz as the prime recommendation for the Requiem; a fine "New World". … see Full Review

Bechara EL-KHOURY (b.1957) Symphonie ‘Les ruines de Beyrouth’ Op.37 (1985); Méditation symphonique ‘Colline de l’étrange’ Op.53 (1993); Harmonies crépusculaires Op.55 (1993); Poème Symphonique No. 4 ‘Le vin des nuages’ Op.59 Ukraine National Symphony Orchestra/Vladimir Sirenko - Rec. Grand Concert - Studio of the National Radio Company of Ukraine, Kiev, February/March 2002 NAXOS 8.557043 [63.49] [GH]

Not comfortable listening … but always arresting … strong, dramatic and visual music … see Full Review

Lars-Åke FRANKE-BLOM (b.1941) Endymion (1997-2000) [13.01] - Längtäns väv - symphonic poem (1983-84) [21.41] - Symphony No. 3 Fire on Earth (1992-93) [23.15] Norrköping SO/Michail Jurowski (Endymion); Tuomas Ollila (Sym); Jukka-Pekka Saraste (Längtäns väv) - rec. live Hall of Louis de Geer, Konserthuset, Norrköping, 1999 (Endymion); 19-20 Aug 1999 (Sym); Hörsalen, 1984 (Längtäns väv). DDD PHONO SUECIA PSCD 054 [58.11] [RB]

Tough going … the avant-garde language of the 1970s. Some evidence of a move to lyricism even if it is tortured and hard won. ... see Full Review

Andrea GABRIELI (c.1510 - 1586) Psalmi Davidici (1583):- Antiphona Ne reminiscaris Domine [3.13] - Psalm 6 Domine ne in furore tuo arguas me [7.02] - Psalm 31 (32) Beati quorum remissae sunt iniquitates [9.13] - Psalm 37 (38) Domine in furore tuo arguas me [13.12] - Psalm 50 (51) Miserere mei Deus [10.37] - Psalm 101 (102) Domine exaudi orationem meam [13.19] - Psalm 129 (130) De profundis clamavi ad te Domine [4.50] - Psalm 142 (143) Domine exaudi orationem meam [8.06] - Aniphona Ne reminiscaris Domine [9.09] Capella Ducale Venetia/Livio Picotti - Recorded in 22-27 March 2001 in Abbazio Benedettina di San Giorgio, Maggiore CPO 999 863-2 [69’01] [JP]

Pleasant, rather predictable, in the final balance … boring … see Full Review

Niels Wilhelm GADE (1817 – 1890)
Symphony No. 1 in C minor Op.5 (1842) Symphony No. 5 in D minor Op.25 (1852) Ronald Brautigam (piano) Danish National Symphony Orchestra/DR/Christopher Hogwood Recorded: Danish Radio Concert Hall, Copenhagen, November 2001 CHANDOS CHAN 10026 [58:09] [HC]

Relaxed and light-hearted … attractive and enjoyable, superbly played and warmly recorded. … see Full Review

Edward GERMAN (1862-1936) Merrie England (1902) - operetta William MacAlpine – Raleigh (ten), June Bronhill – Bessie (sop), Peter Glossop – Essex (bass), Leslie Fyson – Silas/Long Tom (bar), Queen Elizabeth – Monica Sinclair – Queen (mezzo sop), Patricia Kern – Jill/Kate (contr) Howard Glynne – Wilkins (bar), Neil Howlett –  Long Tom (bar), Eric Wilson-Hyde – Big Ben (bar) The Williams Singers Michael Collins and Orchestra
Rec. Abbey Road Studios, London 1959/1960 EMI CLASSICS FOR PLEASURE CFP 575767-2 [2CDs: 97.00] [RW]

Rustic romanticism … full of olde English charm … see Full Review

Alberto GINASTERA (1916 - 1983)
Concerto for Harp op. 25 (1956) Variaciones Concertantes op. 23 (1953) Concerto for Strings op. 33 (1966) Marie-Pierre Langlamet (harp) Orchestre de Picardie/Edmon Colmer Recorded June 2001, January 2002, Théâtre Impérial, Compiègne Distributed in UK by Discovery Records ASSAI 222282 [62.00] [RH]

A fine introduction to the music of this underrated composer, a well put together selection of his orchestral pieces. … see Full Review

Charles GOUNOD (1818-1893) Faust (1859) Georges Noré (tenor) - Faust Roger Rico (bass) – Mephistopheles Roger Bourdin (baritone) - Valentin Ernest Frank (bass) - Wagner Huguette Saint-Arnaud (mezzo-soprano) - Siebel Geori Boué (soprano) - Margarita Betty Bannerman (mezzo-soprano) – Martha Hubert Dawkes and Herbert Dawson (organists) Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Thomas Beecham Recorded at Abbey Road from November 1947-June 1948 NAXOS 8.110117-18 [2 CDs: 136.40] [JW]

A cohesive and stylish performance irradiated by the orchestra’s excellence and Beecham’s panache and sensitivity. … see Full Review

RECORDING OF THE MONTH Joseph HAYDN (1732-1809) Symphony in D major, No.104 ‘London’ (1795) [28:40] - Symphony in G major, No.94 ‘Surprise’ (1791) [23:54] - Overture: ‘Acide e Galatea’, in D major [06:17] Heidelberger Sinfoniker/Thomas Fey - Recorded at the Burgerhaus Morlenbach, no dates given. DDD HÄNSSLER CLASSIC CD 98.340 [58:51] [MC]

This stellar release surpasses all other versions … the benchmark recording of the symphonies against which all others will now be judged. … see Full Review

GEORG FRIEDRICH HAENDEL (1685-1759) - Israel in Egypt (1738) - Zadok the Priest (1727) - The King Shall Rejoice (1727) - Sopranos: Ruth Holton, Elizabeth Friday, Donna Deam - Alto: Ashley Stafford, Michael Chance, Patrick Collin, Jonathan Peter Kenny - Tenor: Nicholas Robinson, Philip Salmon, Paul Tindall, Andrew Tusa - Bass: Julian Clarkson, Christopher Purves - The Monteverdi Choir The English Baroque Soloists, John Eliot Gardiner - Rec: June 1990, Gottingen, Germany, and Queen Elizabeth Hall, London (Israel); June 1993, Notre Dame du Liban, Paris (Anthems) PHILLIPS 473 304-2 PM2 [103.17] [KM]

An excellent recording featuring some of the best Handelian choral singing… See Full Review

George Frideric HANDEL (1685-1759) Six Concerti Grossi Op. 3 (c1715-22) - Twelve Concerti Grossi Op. 6 (1739) Water Music Suites Nos. 1 in F major and 2 in D major (c1715-17 rev 1736) - Music for the Royal Fireworks (1749) Academy of St Martin-in-the-Fields conducted by Iona Brown (all Concerti Grossi) and by Sir Neville Marriner (Water and Fireworks Music) - Recorded 1994 BRILLIANT CLASSICS 99986 [5 CDs 271.47] [JW]

A generally satisfying and successful traversal and vigorously pleasurable. … see Full Review

Georg Frideric HANDEL (1685-1759) Messiah (1742) - Sara Macliver (soprano) - Alexandra Sherman (alto) - Christopher Field (counter-tenor) - Paul McMahon (tenor) - Teddy Tahu Rhodes (bass) - Cantillation Orchestra of the Antipodes/Antony Walker - Recorded July 2002 at the Cardinal Cerretti Memorial Chapel, St Patrick’s Estate, Manly, Sydney ABC 472 601-2 [2 CDs 141.12] [JW]

Messiah lives through voice and sinew and heart and there’s not enough of them here. … see Full Review

Georg Frideric HANDEL (1685-1759) Concerto Grossi, Opus 6 (1739): No. 1 in G major; No. 2 in F major; No. 8 in C minor; No. 9 in F major; No. 10 in D minor; No. 12 in B minor Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Iona Brown - Rec. 23-30 August 1994, Henry Wood Hall, London HÄNSSLER CLASSIC CD94.001 [72.53] [TB]

Abundant subtleties and the highest levels of inspiration … see Full Review

George Frideric HANDEL (1685-1759) Coronation Anthems (1727) Zadok the Priest HWV 258 Let thy Hand be strengthened HWV 259 The King shall rejoice HWV 260 My Heart is inditing HWV 261 * Silete Venti for Soprano and Strings HWV 242 (1742) + Rebecca Ryan (soprano) + Elizabeth Franklin-Kitchen (soprano) * David Bates (counter-tenor) * Edward Lyon (tenor) * Nicholas Warden (bass) * Tallis Chamber Choir Royal Academy Consort/Jeremy Summerly Recorded in Dukes Hall, Royal Academy of Music, London in February and April 2002 NAXOS 8.557003 [66.28] [JW]

A delightfully well-realised shaping to the line, the choir softened in tone, violin entries crisp and well articulated, orchestral colour apt and suggestive. … see Full Review

Joseph HAYDN (1732-1809) Il mondo della luna (1777): - Overture; - Ragion nell’alma siede; The Creation (1798): - With verdure clad the fields appear; On mighty pens uplifted soars the eagle aloft; L’anima del filosofo (1791): Overture; Al tuo seno fortunate; Die Jahreszeiten (1801): Welche Labung für die Sinne!; Licht und Leben sind geschwächet ; Notturno No. 3 in C major (1792) Solo e pensoso (1798) Sara Macliver, soprano Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra/Ola Rudner Rec. September 2001 Studio, Tasmanian SO, Hobart, Tasmania ABC CLASSICS 472 447-2 [56.36] [WH]

Sheer delight … see Full Review

RECORDING OF THE MONTH Alistair HINTON (b.1950) String Quintet (1969- 1977) Sarah Leonard (soprano) Jagdish Mistry (violin) Marcus Barcham-Stevens (violin) Levine Andrade (viola) Michael Stirling ('cello) Corrado Canonici (double bass) rec 1999, UK ALTARUS AIR-CD-9066(3) [3CDs: 41.23+62.45+65.14] [CSS]

A gloriously uninhibited declaration of a young composer's musical philosophy … an experience from which one cannot come away unmoved. … see Full Review

Ruggero LEONCAVALLO (1857-1919) Pagliacci - Carla Gavazzi (Nedda, soprano), Carlo Bergonzi (Canio, tenor), Carlo Tagliabue (Tonio, baritone), Salvatore Di Tommaso (Peppe, tenor), Marcello Rossi (Silvio, baritone) Orchestra Sinfonica e Coro di Milano della Radiotelevisione Italiana/Alfredo Simonetto - Recorded June 1951, Milan CETRA OPERA COLLECTION, WARNER FONIT 8573 87272-2 [71:03] [CH]

If this had been in state-of-the-art sound it could have met any competition whatever; the lead singers and the conductor provide four good reasons for getting it even so. … see Full Review

Ingvar LIDHOLM (1921 - ) Orchestra Works 1963 - 1998 Poesis per orchestra (1963) (a,b) Greetings from an Old World (1976) (c) stund, när ditt inre (hour, when your soul) (1998) (d) Kontakion (1978) (e,f) Gunnar Idenstam (Piano) (a) Björn Malmqvist (Double Bass) (b) Niklaas Veltman (Cello) (c) Peter Mattei (Baritone) (d) Odin Hagen (Trumpet) (e) Eva Pettersson-Veltman (Bassoon) (f) Norrköping Symphony Orchestra/Lü Jia
Recorded April 2002, May 2000, November 2001- Louis de Geer Concert Hall, Norrköping, Sweden BIS BIS-CD-1240 [70.28] [RH]

With works spanning 35 years, this disc forms an excellent introduction to this Swedish composer's fascinating work … see Full Review

Franz LISZT (1811-1886) Mephisto Waltz No. 1 S.514 (1859-60) - Sonata in B minor S.178 (1852-53) - Funeral Ode La Notte S.699 (1864-66) - Rapsodie espagnole S.254 (c1863) Joyce Hatto (piano) - Recorded Concert Artist Studios, 1989 and 1999 CONCERT ARTIST/FIDELIO CACD 9067-2 [66.11] [JW]

This series couldn’t have got off to a better, more subtle or invigorating start … see Full Review

Franz LISZT (1811-1886) Années de Pelèrinage: Troisieme Année (51.05) (1877) - Songs (composed 1840s - 1850s): Ein Fichtenbaum sich einsam (3.17); Du bist wie eine Blume (2:46); Im Rhein, im schönen Strome (3.16); Die Vätergruft (6.38) John Reschl, baritone; May Kay Kapustka, piano - Notes in English. Texts of poems in German only. Recorded at Denver Center for Liszt Studies, Colorado, U.S.A. December 2001 LISZT DIGITAL LD004 [67.10] [PS]

Flawed performances of frequently recorded piano repertoire, less often recorded songs. … see Full Review

Franz LISZT (1811-1886) Via Crucis (The 14 stations of the cross) S. 53 (Latin & German sacred texts selected by C. Sayn-Wittgenstein) (1879) (43.12) - Ave Verum Corpus, S. 44 (text: Pope Innocent VI) (1871) (2.56) - Le crucifix, S. 342 version 3 (text: V. Hugo) (1884) (4.42) - Die Seligkeiten (The Beatitudes, Matthew 5:3-10), S. 25 (1859) (9.32) - John Reschl, baritone. JoAnn Stump, mezzo-soprano - Mary Kay Kapustka, piano. Francis Slechta, organ Church of the Holy Ghost Choir/Richard Robertson - Notes in English. Texts translated into English, except for S. 53. Recorded at Church of the Holy Ghost, Denver, Colorado, U.S.A., February 2002 - LISZT DIGITAL LD003 [60.47] [PS]

A first rate church choir group performs a rarely heard religious masterpiece. … see Full Review

Franz LISZT (1811-1886) "The Timeless Madonna" - Ave Maria in E - "Die Glocken von Rom" S.182 (1862) (8.03) * - Ave Maris Stella, S. 34/1 (1871) (5.07) - Ave Maris Stella, S. 34/2 (1871) (8.00)* - Ave Maria II, S. 38 (1869) (2.48) - Ave Maria II, S. 342 (1884) (6.45)* - Ave Maria I, S. 20/1 (1846) (4.28) - Ave Maria I (from Harmonies Poètiques et Réligieuses), S.154 (1852) (7.50)* - Ave Maria IV, (1881) (2.09) ‡ - Ave Maria IV, (1881) (2.53)* - Rosario, S. 56 (1879) (8.32) - Inno a Maria Virgine, S. 39 (1869) (8.51) ¤ † - Ave Maria - [after Arcadelt] , S. 659 (1832) (6.03) ¤ - Jacques ARCADELT (1505 - 1568) Ave Maria (1.47) - ‡John Reschl, baritone. *Mary Kay Kapustka, solo piano. - ¤Francis Slechta, solo organ. †Don Hilsberg, harp Church of the Holy Ghost choir/Richard Robertson, conductor and organ Notes in English. Text: Luke 1:28,41 and the Council of Ephesus, translated. Recorded at Denver Center for Liszt Studies, January, 2002, and Church of the Holy Ghost, Denver, Colorado, U.S.A. February 2002 - LISZT DIGITAL LD002 [73.27] [PS]

A first rate church choral group performs some rare musical masterpieces. … see Full Review

Hans Christian LUMBYE (1810-1874) Complete Orchestral Works Vol. 6
5th of June, March (Entry March) (1853) Little Prince Christian Carl's Waltz (1871) The Dream of the Warrior, Fantasy (1856) Regards to the Fredericians, Galop (1861) Harvest Flower, Polka, Op. 208 (1856) Sadness Waltz (La résignation) (1844) Echo from the Old Gods at Tivoli Island, Galop (1844) Princess Thyra Polka (1871) A Festive Night at Tivoli, Musical Entertainment (1861) Senora Ysabel Cuba's Polka (1861) Pomona Waltz (1853)
Tivoli Gondola Galop (1843) Pepita Polka (1858) Nordic Sworn Brother Galop (1862) Tivoli Symphony Orchestra/Tamas Vetö Rec. Concert Hall, Tivoli 2000 MARCO POLO 8.225223 [66.04]

Full of life and the players obviously enjoyed the recording session. … see Full Review

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