David Allen: Getting Things Done
Don Michael Randel: The Harvard Concise Dictionary of Music and Musicians (Harvard University Press Reference Library/Belknap)
Bryan A. Garner: Garner's Modern American Usage
Neruda SongsLorraine Hunt Lieberson: Sings Peter Lieberson: Neruda Songs
Symphony No. 8Jascha Horenstein: Gustav Mahler
Rückert Lieder/KindertotenliederJanet Baker/John Barbarolli: Gustav Mahler
Joe Lovano: 52nd Street Themes
Symphony No. 4Gustav Mahler: George Szell/Cleveland Orchetra
Mozart Clarinet Concerto, Debussy Premiere RhapsodySabine Meyer: Berlin Philharmonic · Abbado
Symphony No. 6Gustav Mahler: Thomas Sanderling/St. Petersburg Philharmonic
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Greg continues to write provocative and informing posts about the present and future of classical music.
Posted on February 16, 2012 | Permalink
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