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Reprise / WEA, 2007
The Josh Groban phenomenon continues with Awake, his third studio album. Both of the extraordinary singer's first two studio discs have been certified five times platinum, with his most recent, 2003's Closer, charting #1 pop. For Grobanites, his uplifting music rises ever higher on Awake. Awake's 13 new songs show off the Grammyr-nominated Groban's remendous growth as a vocalist, producer and songwriter. His hands-on approach in the creative ...
After the Rain
American Gramaphone, 1990
Distinctive instrumental interpretations of traditional holiday songs from around the world. Includes God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen; Deck the Halls; We Three Kings; Good King Wenceslas; Stille Nacht; Coventry Carol , and more.
Charles Aznavour - Greatest Golden Hits
Angel Records, 1996
The original versions of Charles Aznavour's international hits, newly remastered onto a 20-track CD! Includes The Old Fashioned Way; She; Yesterday When I Was Young; What Makes a Man; La Boheme; Hold Back the Night; The Times We've Known; After Loving You; Happy Anniversary , and more from the French Frank Sinatra.
Best of the Red Army Choir
Red Army Choir
Silva America, 2002
Christmas with the Canadian Brass and the Great Organ of St. Patrick's Cathedral
Pure - Maria Callas
Warner Classics, 2014
Featuring Callas in a glittering selection of opera favourites by Bizet, Bellini, Donizetti, Puccini, Rossini, Verdi and many more, this disc showcases her unique voice and her heartbreaking portrayal of tragic heroines.
Putumayo Presents: Christmas Around the World
Putumayo World Music, 2008
The Christmas Guest: Stories and Songs of Christmas
The songs will warm your heart, and the four short-story readings by Andy will shower you with thoughts of family, faith and holiday tradition. The stories The Christmas Guest and The Juggler join Silent Night; Joy to the World; O Come, O Come Emmanuel/What Child Is This; Lonesome Valley , and more!
Concerto, One Night in Central Park
2011 live release from the world's most beloved tenor. Internationally acclaimed tenor Andrea Bocelli performed a free concert on Central Park's Great Lawn, Thursday, September 15th with the New York Philharmonic, conducted by its music director Alan Gilbert, as a special gift to New York City.
Max Raabe and Palast Orchester: Dance & Film Music of 1920s
Raabe and the Orchestra perform for an audience of 20,000 at the Berlin Waldbuehne.
100 Fiedler Favorites
More than eight hours of music on 7 CDs from Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops, including a disc each of orchestral spectaculars like William Tell Overture ; quiet classics like Air on the G String ; Viennese favorites; rousing marches like The Stars and Stripes Forever ; American masterpieces like Rhapsody in Blue , and pop standards like Stardust and Mack the Knife , together with a commemorative booklet with photos and notes by daughter ...
Borodin: Symphony No. 2; Polovtsian Dances; In the Steppes of Central Asia
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
MUSICAL CONCEPTS, 2014
An album of Borodin orchestral gems from Ole Schmidt and the Royal Philharmonic. One of the most significant Russian composers of the nineteenth century, this disc presents some of Borodin's most popular and important works: his second symphony, the symphonic poem 'In the Steppes of Central Asia,' and orchestral selections from his opera 'Prince Igor.' This brilliant and rich performance of Schmidt and the RPO has received a rave three-star ...
Corigliano: Circus Maximus; Gazebo Dances for band
Naxos American Classics, 2009
The Circus Maximus of ancient Rome was a real place. The largest arena in the world, it entertained over 300,000 spectators daily for nearly a thousand years. Chariot races, hunts and battles satisfied the Roman public' need for grander and wilder amuseme
The Very Best of Montserrat Caballé
Warner Classics, 2003
Two discs of treasures by one of Spain's greatest sopranos! She sings arias from Verdi's Aida; Boito's Mefistofele ; Rossini's Guillaume Tell ; Puccini's Madama Butterfly ; songs by Turina and Montsalvatge, and more!
Borodin: Symphony No. 2 / In the Steppes of Central Asia / Prince Igor - excerpts (including Polovtsian ...
Tchaikovsky: 1812, Marche slave
Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Deutsche Grammophon, 2001
In Central Park
Introduction to Der Ring Des Nibelungen
Here Wagner scholar Deryck Cooke offers an extensive audio appreciation of the composer's magnum opus Der Ring Des Nibelungen for the novice as well as experienced listener. His model is none other than arguably the greatest stereo recording of the work- that of Sir Georg Solti and the Vienna Philharmonic for Decca. The 193 musical examples Cooke sites here were either extracted originally from those sessions or specially recorded for this ...
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