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    Variations on a Theme of Corelli, op. 42 by Sergei Rachmaninoff. Xiayin Wang, piano.

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    Violin Concerto #1, Max Bruch, Academy of St. Martin in the Fields. Didn't catch the soloist, but it might have been Joshua Bell
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    Piano Trio #1 by Tchaikovsky, the only one he ever wrote in memorium to his good friend, the great 19th century violinist Joachim Rubenstein who played all his violin concertos.
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    John Philip Sousa: Dwellers of the Western World. The Razumovsky Symphony Orchestra under Keith Brion. A Naxos recording.

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    Feste Romane by Ottorino Respighi. The United States Marine Band in a 2009 recording.

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    Adagio, supposedly written by Thomaso Albinoni, a 16th century Italian composer, a predescessor of Vivaldi, I believe, performed by Musica Antiqua. The piece is quite popular. Although it is generally ascribed to Albinoni, there is some evidence that it wsas actually written by someone else.
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    Debussy: Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune, L 86. Paavo Järvi leads the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.

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    Fantaisie in C, op. 84 by Anton Rubinstein. Joseph Banowetz on piano with the Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, Oliver Dohnányi conducting.

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    Haydn: Piano Sonata in A-flat, Hob. XVI:46. Marc-André Hamelin at the keyboard.

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    Theme from the motion picture Sabrina by John Williams. Itzhak Perlman, violin, with the composer conducting the Pittsburgh Symphony.

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    Schubert: Sonata in C major for piano four-hands, D. 812, a.k.a. the Grand Duo. The Chamber Orchestra of Europe performs an orchestrated version of the work under the baton of Claudio Abbado.

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