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This week we add three new features to ClassicsOnline, including Handel's Concerti Grossi, featured with a 20% off sale on past recordings from Kevin Mallon and the Aradia Ensemble. Next, we feature Rachmaninov's All-Night Vigil that was Gramophone's Disc of the Month in February, featured with more sublime performances from the Latvian Radio Choir. And we are pleased to feature the beauty and diversity encompassed in 'The Voice', of Philippe Jaroussky.

Enjoy the new features, and thanks for shopping at ClassicsOnline,
The ClassicsOnline Team


This Week's New Features - Thursday, March 7, 2013

Handel: Concerti Grossi Op.6, plus 20% off titles from the Aradia Ensemble and Kevin Mallon Handel's Concerti Grossi contains some of the finest orchestral music of the 18th century. The Op. 6 collection brims with a wealth of variety and color as well as courtly and spirited dance rhythms.

For a limited time, take 20% off titles from the Aradia Ensemble and Kevin Mallon.
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Rachmaninov: All-Night Vigil (Latvian Radio Choir) The Latvian Radio Choir conducted by Sigvards Klava gives us this breathtaking recording of Rachmaninov's All-Night Vigil. This piece is considered one of the most difficult acapella pieces to perform, and is a sterling example of Russian Orthodox choral music.

"This is a sublimely beautiful, yet rapturous recording." - Gramophone Magazine
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Philippe Jaroussky - The Voice Virgin Classics celebrates the artistry of counter-tenor Philippe Jaroussky with a generous new collection. Featured also is his large catalog, the diversity of which demonstrates once again that there is much more to Jaroussky than 'the voice of an angel.' more info
 
Last Chance: EMI Classics and Virgin Classics - Recent Releases
   
EMI Classics and Virgin Classics - Recent Releases ClassicsOnline features some recent releases from EMI Classics and Virgin Classics. more info

Erratum: We beg your pardon for an error in last week's newsletter. In the Bottesini feature, we wrote Vivaldi when we meant to write Verdi. The word-processing software has been blamed and reprimanded.

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