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  1. The Nutcracker Suite

    by , Dec-10-2017 at 15:24 (I was cured, all right!)


    Duke Ellington
    The Nutcracker Suite

    Release Date March 3, 1960
    Genre
    Jazz
    Styles
    Big Band
    Swing
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  2. Christmas Day in the Morning

    by , Dec-10-2017 at 13:10 (I was cured, all right!)


    Cambridge Singers
    Christmas Day in the Morning

    Release Date 1993
    Duration01:17:01
    Genre
    Vocal
    Holiday
    Classical
    Styles
    Christmas
    Holidays
    Choral
    Recording DateApril, 1985 - April, 1993
    Recording Location
    Great Hall of University College School, London, England

    3.5
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    Categories
    Classical Music , Christmas
  3. Haydn: The Creation

    by , Nov-30-2017 at 20:59 (I was cured, all right!)


    Harry Christophers / Handel & Haydn Society
    Haydn: The Creation

    Release Date October 2, 2015
    Duration01:37:54
    Genre
    Classical
    Styles
    Choral
    Recording DateMay 1, 2015 - May 3, 2015
    Recording Location
    Symphony Hall, Boston, USA

    2.5/5
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    Categories
    Classical Music
  4. The Magical Forest

    by , Nov-28-2017 at 14:21 (I was cured, all right!)


    Sinikka Langeland
    The Magical Forest

    Release Date July 29, 2016
    Duration47:08
    Genre
    Folk
    International
    Jazz
    Styles
    Nordic Traditions
    Finnish Folk
    Improvisation
    Avant-Garde Jazz
    Traditional Folk

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  5. Schubert: 15 Lieder / Gundula Janowitz, Charles Spencer

    This week’s Tuesday Blog is an installment of our Cover2Cover series, with a 1989 recording of the esteemed soprano Gundula Janowitz in a Milan recital, singing a selection of 15 lieder by Franz Schubert, accompanied at the piano by Charles Spencer.

    According to classical-music.com, Schubert's body of work includes over 600 songs for voice and piano. That number alone is vastly impressive - many composers fail to reach that number of compositions in their entire output, let alone
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