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Check out two new features added at ClassicsOnline this week. First, celebrated American composer Michael Daugherty releases three new pieces on Naxos, and the feature contains selections from his catalog. Plus, enjoy savings on the popular Percy Grainger Edition on Chandos. There's still another week to visit our Vagn Holmboe and Pavel Kolesnikov features.

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This Week's New Features - Thursday, April 11, 2013

Michael Daugherty - Mount Rushmore GRAMMY® winning composer Michael Daugherty interprets three icons of the 'Greatest Generation,' an era of adversity and achievement in American history spanning the Great Depression of the 1930's through the Second World War. Mount Rushmore is a dramatic oratorio inspired by the massive sculpture of four American presidents carved into a South Dakota mountainside.

We feature the new release alongside other celebrated Michael Daugherty releases on Naxos.
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Percy Grainger - Works for Large Chorus and Orchestra - Sir Andrew Davis: 20% off releases from the Grainger Edition catalog The featured exceptional disc is the grand finale of Chandos's long-running Grainger edition, performed with the combined forces of the Sydney Chamber Choir and the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, under the baton of their new Chief Conductor, Sir Andrew Davis.

Enjoy this fantastic new release, and for a limited time, take 20% off any release from the Grainger Edition catalog.
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Last Chance: Vagn Holmboe - World Premieres, and Pavel Kolesnikov - Honens Prize winner
 
Vagn Holmboe - World Premieres From Dacapo comes this new World Premiere Holmboe recording with a first-class Scandanavian orchestra and two brilliant Nordic string soloists, Lars Anders Tomter and Erik Heide. The solo concertos for violin and viola combine the composers' Nordic style with his joyful love of the wild eastern European folk music that has captivated him throughout his life. Also included is his youth work Concerto for Orchestra from 1929 which has never been performed until this recording. more info
 
Pavel Kolesnikov - Honens Prize winner Ten pianists between the ages of 20 and 30 years were invited to take part in the 7th Honens International Piano Competition. Pavel Kolesnikov was chosen as the Honens Prize Laureate, and this recording features highlights of the winning performances. more info

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