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CD Masters


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With Rob Cowan.
May A Star Fell from Heaven Joseph Schmidt
(tenor) and orchestra conducted by Harry Acres Puccini Recondita Armonia (Tosca) Joseph Schmidt (tenor), Berlin State Opera, conductor Selmar Meyrowitz
10.09 Dvorak Slavonic Dances , Op 72: No 3 in F; Alfons and Aloys Kontarsky (piano duet)
No 7 in CCzech PO, conductor Karel Sejna
10.17 Beethoven Romance No 2 in F Op 50
Joself Suk (violin), Academy of St Martin in the Fields, conductor Neville Marriner
10.27 Knauer Der Emigrant
Marshall / Hear You Calling Me Buzzi-Peccia
Mal d'Amore Lolita ;
Joseph Schmidt (tenor) with orchestras conducted by Hans Schleger and Harry Acres
10.39 Dvorak Czech Suite, Op 39 Prague Chamber Orchestra
11.10 Listener request: Steve Reich Different Trains Kronos Quartet
11.38 Eigar Serenade for Strings, Op 20
Halle Orchestra, conductor John Barbirolli
11.51 Dvorak Slavonic Dance in A flat, Op 72 No 8 Czech PO, conductor Vaclav Talich


Unknown: Rob Cowan.
Tenor: Heaven Joseph Schmidt
Conducted By: Harry Acres
Tenor: Joseph Schmidt
Conductor: Selmar Meyrowitz
Unknown: Slavonic Dances
Piano: Aloys Kontarsky
Conductor: Karel Sejna
Conductor: Neville Marriner
Conductor: Knauer Der Emigrant
Unknown: Mal D'Amore
Tenor: Joseph Schmidt
Conducted By: Hans Schleger
Unknown: Steve Reich
Unknown: Eigar Serenade
Conductor: John Barbirolli
Conductor: Dvorak Slavonic Dance
Conductor: Vaclav Talich

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