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Our new features this week begin with James Whitbourn's chamber recording of Annelies, based on The Diary of Anne Frank. Also, a sale on choral selections from the Rondeau Productions catalog, including a new release of works by Eric Whitacre. The third new feature is a James Ehnes retrospective, including the second volume of his Bartók works for violin and piano. For one more week, visit our Lise de la Salle feature, and thanks for shopping at ClassicsOnline.

The ClassicsOnline team

This Week's New Features - Thursday, January 24, 2013

James Whitbourn | Annelies - A Choral Setting of the Diary of Anne Frank James Whitbourn's Annelies is the first major choral setting of The Diary of Anne Frank. It takes the teenager's remarkable and penetrating observations, written while hiding in an Amsterdam attic, as the basis of its extraordinary and moving libretto. more info
Hope, Faith, Life, Love - Choral Music by Eric Whitacre Eric Whitacre has a sure instinct when it comes to writing music beyond any kind of avant-gardism in the 21st century: he is representative of a generation of composers who consider tonality and music's accessibility a crucial feature of their works.

For a limited time, take 20% off the companion titles from Rondeau Productions. more info
James Ehnes Chandos now releases volume 2 of Bartók pieces for piano and violin, and ClassicsOnline is pleased to feature 26 other remarkable recordings featuring James Ehnes. more info
Last Chance: 10 years of Lise de la Salle on naïve
10 years of Lise de la Salle on naive For the 10th anniversary of recording with Lise de la Salle, now just 24 years old, naïve offers a beautiful album package of outstanding performances in diverse repertoire: Mozart, Rachmaninov, Bach, Chopin, Ravel, Prokofiev, Shostakovich and Liszt. more info

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