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Build Your Baby's Brain - Through the Power of Music

Build Your Baby's Brain - Through the Power of Music Lowest new price: $3.99
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Model: 2011620

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Hundreds of compilation recordings have been thrust on the market in recent years on the theory that classical music makes a nice, non-threatening accompaniment to everything from working out to making love. And here we have one compilation promising to make your baby smarter. It's offensive enough that the music featured on these compilations is spliced up so that the most you hear of any work is a single movement; what's really annoying is the poor quality of so many of the featured performances. So it is some consolation that the artists here include such 20th-century legends as the Cleveland Orchestra under Szell and the Budapest String Quartet with Mieczyslaw Horszowski. Of course if these folks were alive, one can imagine their violent objection to this presentation of their work. --Gwendolyn Freed

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Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 / Coriolan Overture

Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 / Coriolan Overture Lowest new price: $6.80
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Brand: JANOWITZ/KARAJAN/BER

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Genre: Classical Music
Media Format: Compact Disk
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Release Date: 23-JAN-1996

This performance is also available on Deutsche Grammophon in an earlier, mid-price incarnation, but this version is clearly the one to own, since the remastered sound is a definite improvement over previous issues. Herbert von Karajan always did a good job with this symphony, and his performances are quite consistent, even down to the very backward-balance of the chorus. By general consensus, though, this is the best of them. --David Hurwitz

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Masters of Classical Music 1-10

Masters of Classical Music 1-10 Lowest new price: $59.99
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CD- Mozart, CD2- Bach, CD3- Beethoven, CD4- J. Strauss, CD5- Wagner, CD6- Tchaikovsky, CD7- Vivaldi, CD8- Chopin, CD9- Schubert, CD10- Verdi

Features:

  • Digital recording
  • Total playing time: 10 hours

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Beethoven: Violin Concerto; Bernstein: Serenade

Beethoven: Violin Concerto; Bernstein: Serenade Lowest new price: $12.63
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Model: 2302165

Following her acclaimed debut album of the Bach Solo Partitas & Sonatas, 18-year-old violinist Hilary Hahn returns with her 1st concerto recording for Sony. Having established herself as the hottest young violinist in classical music today, Hahn's consummate skill and passion for performance have astonished audiences worldwide. Here she demonstrates confidence and virtuosity in her choice of repertoire to record, including an engaging showpiece by Leonard Bernstein.

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Stars And Stripes Forever And The Greatest Marches

Stars And Stripes Forever And The Greatest Marches Lowest new price: $3.29
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Model: 2303865

COMPOSERS: Kenneth (F. J. Ricketts) Alford, Edwin Eugene Bagley, Ludwig van Beethoven, Hector Berlioz, Edward Elgar, Daniel Decatur Emmett, George Gershwin, Morton Gould, Johannes Hanssen, Victor Herbert, Mikhail Mikhaylovich Ippolitov-Ivanov, Robert G. Morse, Robert Planquette, Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, Camille Saint-Saens, John Philip Sousa, Johann I Strauss, Pyotr Il'yich Tchaikovsky, Giuseppe Verdi, ORCHESTRA: Boston Pops Orchestra 1. Aida/Act II/Grand March 2. Babes in Toyland/March of the Toys (1990 Remastered) 3. Semper Fidelis (1990 Remastered)4. Suite No. 1, Op. 43/Marche miniature (1990 Remastered)5. Yankee Doodle (1990 Remastered) 6. Up the Street (1990 Remastered) 7. The Damnation of Faust/Rákóczy March (1990 Remastered) 8. Caucasian Sketches/Procession of the Sardar (1990 Remastered) 9. Sambre et Meuse (1990 Remastered) 10. The Ruins of Athens/Turkish March (1990 Remastered) 11. Colonel Bogey March (1990 Remastered) Boston Pops Orchestra; 12. Dixie (1990 Remastered) 13. American Salute (When Johnny Comes Marching Home) (1990 Remastered) 14. Strike Up The Band (1990 Remastered) 15. Radetzky March (1990 Remastered) 16. Pomp and Circumstance March No.1 in D, Op. 39, No. 1 (1990 Remastered) 17. Algerian Suite/French Military March (1990 Remastered) 18. Mlada/Act II/Procession of the Nobles (1990 Remastered) 19. Valdres March (1990 Remastered) 20. National Emblem March (1990 Remastered) 21. Stars and Stripes Forever (1990 Remastered) OR more formally:Aida, opera Grand March Composed by Giuseppe Verdi with Boston Pops Orchestra March of the Toys, for orchestra (from "Babes in Toyland") Composed by Victor Herbert with Boston Pops Orchestra Semper Fidelis, march for band Composed by John Philip Sousa with Boston Pops Orchestra Suite No. 1 for orchestra in D minor, Op. 43 Marche miniature Composed by Pyotr Il'yich Tchaikovsky with Boston Pops Orchestra Yankee Doodle Composed by Morton Gould with Boston Pops Orchestra Up the Street, for orchestra

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The Age of Living Stereo: A Tribute to John Pfeiffer

The Age of Living Stereo: A Tribute to John Pfeiffer Lowest new price: $11.98
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The Age of Living Stereo: A Tribute to John Pfeiffer

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  • RCA Legacy

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Romantic Adagios

Romantic Adagios Lowest new price: $9.66
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Brand: Spartacus
Model: 1991934

2CD set w/ Beethoven, Mozart, Debussy, Shostakovich & more

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Beethoven: Piano Trios

Beethoven: Piano Trios Lowest new price: $20.01
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Model: 1992073

The strength and foundation of the renowned Beaux Arts Trio lies right here: the complete piano trios of Ludwig Van Beethoven! All his numbered trios are here-his famous Archduke and Ghost trios plus Triosatz; Trio Op. 38 ; the unusual trio transcription of Beethoven's Symphony No. 2 , and more!

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Beethoven's Wig 4: Dance Along Symphonies

Beethoven's Wig 4: Dance Along Symphonies Lowest new price: $8.98
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Brand: Super-D
Model: 4112533

Beethoven's Wig is a performing group and a series of musical CDs, which set lyrics to the greatest masterpieces of classical music. Created by Richard Perlmutter, who is also the lyricist, lead singer and producer of the albums. The three Beethoven's Wig CDs have won three Grammy Award nominations, three Parents Choice Awards, and been named American Library Association Notable Recordings twice. In total the series has been honored with more than 40 national awards. The performing and recording group features singers Elin Carlson, Jonathan Mack, Susan Boyd, Jon Joyce and Michael Gieger. Beethoven's Wig has been featured on National Public Radio's All Things Considered and Morning Edition, on NBC's Today Show and they have sung at performing arts centers and with symphony orchestras across the US.

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Beethoven: The Piano Sonatas, Volume 1: Opp. 2 & 7

Beethoven: The Piano Sonatas, Volume 1: Opp. 2 & 7 Lowest new price: $17.24
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Brand: SCHIFF
Model: 1993333

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Genre: Classical Music
Media Format: Compact Disk
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Release Date: 27-SEP-2005

This 2-CD set is the first of eight projected volumes of the complete Beethoven piano sonatas in chronological order, to be released over two years. András Schiff, renowned for his interpretations of (among others) Bach, Mozart, and Schubert, deliberately waited to "grow into" the Beethoven sonatas, which Hans von Bülow described as the piano literature's "New Testament." Volume I, comprising the Sonatas Op. 2 and 7, leaves no doubt that Schiff has not only mastered these works but been mastered by them. Beethoven's early sonatas, very different from one another and full of youthful ardor and exuberance, already display an extraordinary command of form, structure, contrast, and tonality; they are miracles of grace, humor and emotional depth. Schiff's ability to bring out their swiftly changing moods and character with a variety of touch, color, and inflection is uncanny. His tempi are always judicious; his rhythm is buoyant, leavened with subtle, flexible rubatos perfectly poised and balanced. The runs are brilliant but not showy, and the voices are clear. Even though he takes every single repeat, the sonatas never seem too long. For these recordings, made live in Zürich's Tonhalle, Schiff is using two pianos, a Bösendorfer for the more lyrical sonatas, a Steinway for the more dramatic, virtuosic ones. The booklet offers much interesting information (including an interview with Schiff) but does not specify which piano he is playing on these discs. Sometimes the tone quality seems less than optimal: the bass booms, the top sounds brittle, the texture gets muddy. Whether this is due to the instrument or the microphone is open to question. --Edith Eisler

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