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Three new features have been added at ClassicsOnline, including the Florida Orchestra performing Delius' Appalachia and Sea Drift, the final stop on a baroque tour of Europe from Trio Settecento, and a moving release from the London Philharmonic Orchestra. Please take a moment to visit our new features, and thank you for your patronage at ClassicsOnline.

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This Week's New Features - Thursday, October 18, 2012

Delius: Appalachia - Sea Drift, 20% off companion releases Frederick Delius was inspired to write Appalachia after hearing a slave song while teaching violin in Virginia, and recalling a stint managing an orange grove in Florida. In Sea Drift the influence of Walt Whitman's nature mysticism is explored with a song of love and death.

For a limited time, take 20% off the companion releases in this feature. more info
 
Trio Settecento - An English Fancy: 25% off previous releases This release completes a grand tour of the European Baroque by the "superlative Chicago-based early music ensemble," (Gramophone) Trio Settecento. An English Fancy joins the other releases in a journey that has delighted record collectors and critics alike.

Complete your collection - take 25% off the previous releases from Trio Settecento.
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London Philharmonic Orchestra - The Mozart Question: 25% off these bestsellers from LPO Children's author Michael Morpurgo narrates his book The Mozart Question. This release weaves together the book's narration with musical extracts to bring the story alive, featuring pieces by Beethoven, Vivaldi, Bach and Mozart, performed by the London Philharmonic Orchestra.

For a limited time, take 25% off these bestsellers from the London Philharmonic Orchestra. more info
 
Last Chance: SWR Vokalensemble Stuggart on Haenssler Classic - 20% off
   
SWR Vokalensemble Stuggart on Haenssler Classic - 20% Off SWR Vokalensemble Stuttgart has devoted itself to the propagation of new, less familiar, or virtuoso choir music for more than fifty years in concerts and radio productions, setting new standards in the process. With this feature we celebrate this venerable institution, and by special arrangement with Haenssler Classic, we offer 20% off these albums. more info

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