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Dear ClassicsOnline customer,

This week we updated the site with three brand-new features: Naxos releases Weinberg's Symphony No. 19, part of the project to record, along with Chandos, his complete orchestral works. We also feature the recordings honored with Gramophone Choice reviews in the October and November 2012 editions, and a new release of beloved American tunes from star violinist Rachel Kolly d'Alba.

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The ClassicsOnline team


This Week's New Features - Thursday, November 29, 2012

Miecyzslaw Weinberg - Symphony No. 19 Bright May Mieczyslaw Weinberg's 26 Symphonies are seen today as a substantial continuation of the Russian tradition. Symphony No. 19 marks 'Bright May' as the month in which the Great Patriotic War came to an end, but expressed with ominous apprehension as well as celebration. Naxos is pleased to be in cooperation with Chandos to record the complete cycle of Weinberg Symphonies. more info
 
Gramophone Choice - October/November 2012 Gramophone magazine is considered by many classical music fans to be the gold standard in album reviews. Alongside articles and editorials, approximately half of each issue is dedicated to informative, fair-minded reviews of classical music recordings, the best of which are selected as Gramophone 'Choice'. The selections inside are Gramophone Choices in the October and November 2012 issues available in ClassicsOnline. more info
 
Rachel Kolly d'Alba - American Serenade Swiss-born violinist Rachel Kolly d'Alba is recognized for her generous temperament, intense passion in performance, mature musicality, and most of all her left hand vibrato which has been compared by many with the glorious violinists from the past. Watch a video on the making of her new album, 'American Serenade', featured inside. more info
 
Last Chance: This England - Elgar, Vaughan-Williams, Britten, Oregon Symphony
   
This England - Elgar, Vaughan-Williams, Britten, Oregon Symphony 'This England' is the follow-up to 'Music for a Time of War', released earlier this year and features compositions by Edward Elgar, Ralph Vaughan-Williams and Benjamin Britten. Also, see more releases from the Oregon Symphony. more info

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