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SOLER, A.: Keyboard Sonatas Nos. 75-86
For the last 25 years of his life Antonio Soler occupied the distinguished positions of maestro di capilla and organist at the Escorial palace.
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LANGGAARD, R.: Symphonies Nos. 2, “Vaarbrud” and 6, “Det himmelrivende” / GADE, J.: Tango Jalousie
Rued Langgaard (1893–1952) was the major Danish late-Romantic composer who did not gain recognition in his mother country.
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Lost Saxophone Concertos – CRAGUN, J.B. / GUNAROPULOS, Y. / LINDORFF-LARSEN, E. / PALS, L. van der / TATE, P.
A large number of saxophone concertos have been written, but only a handful are regularly performed.
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CZERNY, C.: Piano Concerto in D Minor (1812) / Introduction, Variations and Rondo, Op. 60
The Viennese-born Carl Czerny, student and confidant of Beethoven and teacher of Liszt, found fame in his native city by writing a series of fashionable pieces.
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RIES, F.: Cello Works (Complete), Vol. 1 – Cello Sonatas, Op. 20, 21, 125
Ferdinand Ries’s life and work are inextricably intertwined with those of his friend and teacher Beethoven.
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BEETHOVEN, L. van: Flute Works, Vol. 2
Beethoven’s mastery in all genres extends to the sequence of music he wrote involving the flute.
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Alexander Scriabin: Preludes, Etudes & Sonates nos. 4 & 5
Scriabin occupies a place apart in the history of Russian music: refusing influences from the folkloric tradition, his evolution is constant and spectacular from the works influenced by Chopin and Liszt.
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MAYR, J.S.: Motets, Vol. 1 – Venetian Solo Motets
Johann Simon Mayr became one of the most popular opera composers in Europe in the period preceding Rossini, but his younger career in the last decades of the 18th century was largely as a church musician.
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