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This Week's New Features - Thursday, July 3, 2014

Louis Spohr - Complete String Quartets With the 17th volume, Marco Polo completes their comprehensive collection of String Quartets by Louis Spohr.

For the month of July, we are excited to offer two spectacular deals for collectors: Complete String Quartets and Complete Symphonies. Buy all the String Quartets and Symphonies by Louis Spohr for one low price.
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Lise de la Salle - Schumann Piano Music "These three works offer a genuine journey, full of contrasts in which the listener can easily find wonder, surprise and kaleidoscopic shifts from one emotion to another. I like it when you don't ever settle into a comfort zone. I'm looking for emotions - that's what guides me. These pieces aren't for children, but assume the character of innocence and candor that one finds in childhood. I'd even go so far as to say that they adopt the tone of late adolescence and early adulthood." - Lise de la Salle more info
 
Stenhammar on BIS Swedish composer, conductor and pianist Wilhelm Stenhammar studied in Berlin and became a devotee of Wagner and Bruckner before turning to Nordic composers Nielsen and Sibelius for inspiration. The BIS label has done much to keep the public focused on this important composer. The recent release featured inside contains his popular Serenade for Orchestra and the Excelsior! Concert Overture. Also shown are more from his varied output, including choral music, string quartets, piano music and more. more info
 
Last Chance: James Ehnes - Bartok Vol. 3
 
James Ehnes - Bartok Vol. 3 James Ehnes builds on his reputation as a formidable Bartók interpreter with this third disc in his universally praised series devoted to chamber works by the great Hungarian composer. In this diverse program, the Sonatina (1915) is heard together with the eclectic Fort-four Duos for two violins, and, Contrasts, a dazzling work full of exuberant virtuosity, in which he is joined by Michael Collins, renowned as one of the world's leading clarinetists. more info

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