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Just added at ClassicsOnline: an exciting 20% off sale on over 400 albums in the Naxos American Classics series; a special collectors price on the complete Adam Fischer complete Mozart Symphonies; and the latest volume of the Rossini overtures series.

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This Week's New Features - Thursday, November 14, 2013

Naxos American Classics Series - 20% off Sale The Naxos American Classics series is a huge collection of both well-known and rarely recorded masterpieces by American composers. With well over 400 releases, and more added each month, we know of no other resource so thoroughly documenting American composers.

For a limited time, take 20% off Naxos American Classics.
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Mozart Symphonies - Adam Fischer and the Danish National Chamber Orchestra - Special Price for the complete set We are excited to present the complete Mozart Symphonies from Adam Fischer, the Danish National Chamber Orchestra and Dacapo Records.

For a limited time, we offer ALL twelve volumes for one EXTREMELY LOW PRICE.
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Rossini Complete Overtures Vol. 3 - Christian Benda, Prague Sinfonia Orchestra Naxos' Rossini Overtures series continues with Volume 3, mixing little known pieces such as the lively student work Grand'overture 'obbligata a contrabasso' alongside universally known works such as La Cenerentola (Cinderella). We also feature Christian Benda and the Prague Sinfonia Orchestra's previous volumes in this series, as well as their complete Schubert overtures. more info
 
Last Chance: Jake Heggie - Here/After: Songs of Lost Voices
 
Jake Heggie - Here/After: Songs of Lost Voices Two main works anchor Here/After: Songs of Lost Voices, a collection of recent Jake Heggie songs and song cycles that give voice to those no longer with us. In Pieces of 9/11: Memories from Houston, Gene Scheer weaves together words from victims and survivors of the September 11, 2001 terror attacks to create a moving tribute to love and life itself. Camille Claudel draws upon the sculptor's own letters and journals to imagine the troubled artist addressing her own sculptures as she is being taken to the asylum. more info

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