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    September CD of the Month

    Peter Graham: Metropolis 1927

    £7.99
    Peter Graham is one of the leading brass band composers of his generation, and the first outside the US to win the American Bandmasters Association’s prestigious Ostwald Award for composition. Black Dyke Band celebrates his 60th birthday with this recording, the theme of which derives from Graham’s time in New York and from some of the ‘giants’ of American culture.
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    Jean Sibelius

    Incidental Music

    £29.99
    Parallel to his great sequence of symphonic masterpieces and tone poems, Jean Sibelius wrote a significant body of music for the theatre. It was with King Christian II and Kuolema that he established his fame throughout Europe whilst some of his most hauntingly beautiful writing for the stage can be found in Belshazzar’s Feast.
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    George Frideric Handel

    Messiah

    £16.99
    Of all English oratorios Handel’s Messiah has always been the most overwhelmingly popular. It is the least theatrical of his oratorios and the most purely sacred in its choice of subject matter. The vivid choral writing – there are more choruses in Messiah than in any other Handel oratorio – coupled with the expressive density of the solo arias, have ensured its status as one of the greatest choral masterpieces in the Western canon.
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    Gioachino Rossini

    Aureliano in Palmira

    £16.99
    Aureliano in Palmira is unique in Rossini’s oeuvre for its inclusion of the only role, Arsace, that Rossini wrote for the castrato voice. Its tale of tragic defeat and the ultimate nobility and triumph of love in seemingly impossible circumstances is a refined and highly innovative example of his style.
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    Braga Santos

    Piano Concerto | Symphonic Overtures Nos. 1 and 2

    £7.99
    Joly Braga Santos was Portugal’s greatest orchestral composer, and this recording presents eight world premiere recordings including his very first work for orchestra, the Symphonic Overture No. 1.

Recent Naxos Releases

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    Kenneth Fuchs: Piano Concerto 'Spiritualist', Poems of Life, Glacier, Rush
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    Alexander Kastalsky: Memory Eternal
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    Karol Józef Lipinski: String Trios, Op. 8 and Op. 12
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    On the Path to H. C. Andersen: Contemporary Danish Works for Accordion
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    And So It Goes - Songs of Folk and Lore
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    £7.99
    Eugene Zador: The Plains of Hungary; Fantasia Hungarica; Variations on a Merry Theme Rhapsodies
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    £7.99
    Leonardo Balada: Caprichos Nos. 6, 7 and 10; Ballet City; Spiritual
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    Saverio Mercadante: Concerto for Two Flutes; Flute Concerto No. 6; 20 Capricci

New Naxos Audiobooks

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    £70.00
    Henry Mayhew: London Labour and the London Poor
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    £35.00
    Blaise Pascal: Pensées
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    £29.99
    Nathaniel Hawthorne: The Scarlet Letter
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    £8.99
    The Great Poets – Lord Byron
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    £50.00
    Nikolai Gogol: The Diary of a Madman and Other Stories
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    £50.00
    Ted Simon: Dreaming of Jupiter
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    £85.00
    Samuel Richardson: Clarissa, Volume 2 or The History of a Young Lady
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    £100.00
    Giacomo Casanova: The Story of My Life, Volume 2

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