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BERIO: Naturale (Review by Robert Carl)

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BERIO: Naturale (Review by Robert Kirzinger)

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BOUCHARD: Pourtinadd (Review by Peter J. Rabinowitz)

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CAGE, JOHN: 45' for a Speaker. 45' für einen Sprecher. 34'46.776“ for a Pianist. 31'57.9864“ for a Pianist. 2T10.554“ for a Percussionist. 26'1.1499“ for a String Player. 4/33” (No. 2) (0’00”). Two. Music for Five (Review by Mike Silverton)

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CAGE, JOHN: Atlas Eclipticalis. Concert for Piano and Orchestra. Hymnkus. Solo for Voice 22. Imitations Ifi. Solo for Voice 79. Music for Six. Sonata for Clarinet. Five. Totem Ancestor. Sonata for Two Voices“. A Valentine out of Season. Seven (Review by Art Lange)

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CHIHARA: Redwood (Review by Peter J. Rabinowitz)

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CURRAN: Crystal Psalms (Review by Martin Anderson)

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KOMITAS: (arr. Mansurian) Garun a.' Krunk? Krunk. Chinar es. Hov Arek. Hoy, A/azan. Tsirani Tsar. Oror (2 versions). Antoni. (Review by Robert Kirzinger)

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MANSURIAN: Havik? Duet for Viola and Percussion (Review by Robert Kirzinger)

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MANSURIAN: Tagh of the Funeral of the Lord (Review by Colin Clarke)

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SCELSI: Okanagon (Review by Mike Silverton)

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SCELSI: Okanagon, for Harp, Double bass, and Tam-Tam. Uaknongan, for Double bass and Voice. Three Pieces, for Trombone. Wo Ma, for Bass Voice. C'est bien, la nuit, for Double bass. Le Réveil profond, for Double bass. Uaknongan, for Bb Bass Tuba. Et maintenant, c'est à vous à Jouer, for Cello and Double bass. Mantram, for Double bass (Review by Mike Silverton)

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SCHULKOWSKY: Armadillo (Review by Robert Carl)

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SCHULKOWSKY/MOLVÆR: Pier and Ocean Nil. Hastening Westward t-VII (Review by Mike Silverton)

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SHOSTAKOVICH: Sonata for Viola and Piano, op. 147 (Review by Peter J. Rabinowitz)

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STIEBLER: Three in One, for Bass Flute and Tape. Trio '89, for Cello, Piano, and Percussion. Sequenz II, for Celio and Tape (Review by Mike Silverton)

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WOLFF, CHRISTIAN G.: Exercises (Review by Robert Carl)

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WOLFF, CHRISTIAN G.: Exercises (Review by Robert Carl)

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WOLFF, CHRISTIAN G.: For Morty. For a Medley. Violist and Percussionist. Percussionist 5. Rosas. Pulse . One Coat of Paint. Duo 7 (Review by Robert Carl)

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WOLFF, CHRISTIAN G.: John, David. Rhapsody (Review by Robert Carl)

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