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Seiji Ozawa (conductor)


Boston Symphony Orchestra, 1992.
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Recorded: November 1971 , London.
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Recorded: November 1-2, 1971, London.
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1994.
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Recorded: January 21-23, 1993, Boston.
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Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Seiji Ozawa, 2002. Berliner Philharmoniker (live).
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Herman - Vladimir Atlantov, Liza - Mirella Freni, Prince Yeletsky - Dmitri Hvorostovsky, Count Tomsky - Sergei Leiferkus, The Countess - Maureen Forrester. 1991.
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Judi Dench (reciter), Kathleen Battle (soprano), Frederica Von Stade (mezzo-soprano), Tanglewood Festival chorus - John Oliver, Boston Symphony Orchestra - conductor Seiji Ozawa.
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Boston Symphony Orchestra,1978.
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Recorded at Henry Wood Hall, London, June 27 & 28, 1991.
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Recorded: December 2000, Boston.
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2007
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Boston Symphony Orchestra, 1987
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Recorded: October 1994, Boston.
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1975, Boston.
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1988
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Berlin, April 1989
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Joan of Arc - Martha Keller. Orchestre National de France.
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Kathleen Battle, Tanglewood Festival Chorus, Boston Symphony Orchestra, conductor Seiji Ozawa. Deutsche Grammophon, release 1989. Rec. Boston, 11/1987.
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Recorded: April 1981, London.
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Kathleen Battle, Tanglewood Festival Chorus, Boston Symphony Orchestra, conductor Seiji Ozawa. Deutsche Grammophon, release 1989. Rec. Boston, 11/1987.
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1988.
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Recorded: April 1987, Boston.
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Carmen-Jessye Norman , Don Jose-Neil Shicoff , Micaela-Mirella Freni , Escamillo-Simon Estes .
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Orchestration by Maurice Ravel
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1999.
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Tatiana GALINA VISHNEVSKAYA
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1997
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Date of Recording: October 3-6, 1987, Boston.
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Rec. Boston, Oct. 1985.
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1987.
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Philippe Lefebvre - organ. 80`s.
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Japan
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Saito Kinen Orchestra, 1991.
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1980 or 1981.
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Entry - April 1992, Boston.
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1987
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Tanglewood Festival Chorus. Solo piano - Jerome Rosen. Recorded in 1976.
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1981
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Recorded: October 4-5, 1971, London.
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Recorded - September 1990, Boston.
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Recorded in 1976.
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LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, Seiji OZAWA (conductor). Taken from a LP released by RCA VICTOR (USA) in early 1960s.
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1981
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December 1986, Boston.
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November 1990 and May 1991, Berlin.
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Recorded: December 1988, Frankfurt.
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October 2 & 4, 1982.
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Bass - Alastair Miles. Saito Kinen Orchestra. Tokyo Opera Singers (Chorus Master - Peter Dijkstra). Recorded: August 29 - September 4, 2000, Naganoken Matsumoto Bunka Kaikan, Japan.
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Seiji Ozawa, Berliner Philharmoniker / Japan
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1981
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Faye Robinson - Magna Peccatrix, Judith Blegen - Una Poenitentium, Deborah Sasson - Mater Gloriosa, Florence Quilar - Mulier Samaritana, Lorna Myers - Maria Aegyptiaca, Kenneth Riegel - Doctor Marianus, Benjamin Luxon - Pater Exstaticus, Gwynne Howell - Pater Profundus. Tanglewood Festival Chorus. Boston Boychoir. Recording - November 1980, Boston.
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1984
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January 24 & 26, 1981.
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Berlin, November 1992
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October 5, 1983, Boston.
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Recorded February 1992, Boston.
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1987
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1988
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Recorded at Symphony Hall, Boston, October 27, 1984.
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Entry - October 1989, Boston.
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Boston Symphony Orchestra, cond. Seiji Ozawa. 1977, Boston, USA
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SIEGEL-SCHWALL BAND: Corky Siegel (harmonica and electric piano), Jim Schwall (guitar), Al Radford (bass), Shelly Plotkin (drummer), SAN FRANCISCO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. Recorded in 1973.
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Recorded November 1987, Boston.
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Ida Kavafian, violin; Peter Serkin, piano; Fred Sherry, cello; Richard Stolzman, clarinet. 1978, Tokyo
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BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, SEIJI OSAWA (conductor). Recorded in Boston, October 15, 1991.
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October 6, 1981, Boston.
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Mito Chamber Orchestra. 4.8.1990 (live).
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Recorded: September 29, 1980, Boston.
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Yvonne Loriod - piano. Jeanne Loriod - ondes Martenot. Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Seiji Ozawa - conductor.
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Paris 2007
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. 7, 1. Jules Eskin - cello. Recorded: November 1986, Boston.
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Recorded: November 1991, Boston.
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Tanglewood Festival Chorus. American Boychoir. Recorded: April 1993, Boston.
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1981
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Seiji Ozawa, San Francisco Symphony.
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Recorded at Symphony Hall, Boston, October 22, 1984.
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Recorded March 1989, Boston.
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July 3, 1984.
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Benvenuto Cellini - Franco Bonisolli, Balducci - Pierre Thau, Fieramosca - Wolfgang Brendel, Le Pape Clément VII - Robert Amis El Hage, Francesco - Gino Sinimberghi, Bernadino - James Loomis, Pompeo - Tommaso Frascati, Teresa - Teresa Zylis-Gara, Cabaretier - Fernandino Jacopucci, Ascanio - Elisabeth Steiner. Recorded: May 8, 1973, Rome.
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1975
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Recorded: December 1991, Boston.
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Entry - April 1990, Boston.
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5 (`Silent Woods`). Recorded at Smetana Hall, Prague, December 16, 1993.
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Mariko Kobayashi, Everett Firth - Timpani; Sawako Yasue - Xylophone; Hiroshi Arimori - Piano; Naoko Yoshino - Harp; Saito Kinen Orchestra, conductor Seiji Ozawa. Rec. 30.05.2004.
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Rec. 12.03.1988.
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Recorded at Smetana Hall, Prague, December 16, 1993.
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Jules Eskin - cello. 1987.
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Humoreske, . 101, 7. Recorded at Smetana Hall, Prague, December 16, 1993. Transcr. for violin, cello and orchestra by Oskar Morawetz.
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1986 - Placido Domingo (Hoffmann), Edita Gruberova (Olympia, Antonia, Giulietta), Gabriel Bacquier (Coppelius), James Morris (Miracle), Justino Diaz (Spalanzani), Richard van Allan (Schlemil), Claudia Edar (Niklausse), Andreas Schmidt (Lindorf), Christa Ludwig (Antonia`s Mother) - RTF Chorus - Please note: blips throughout broadcast
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BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, SEIJI OSAWA (conductor). Recorded in Boston, October 6-8, 1990.
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Mito Chamber Orchestra. Recorded: April 1-6, 1999, Mito, Japan.
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Recorded: February 1973, Boston.
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May 7, 2009, Paris.
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Taken from a LP released by RCA VICTOR (USA) in early 1960s.
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Recorded: January 24-26, 1981, Boston.
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Recorded at Smetana Hall, Prague, December 16, 1993.
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Czech Philharmonic Chorus; Pavel Kuhn - chorus director. Recorded at Smetana Hall, Prague, December 16, 1993.
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December 31, 1989, Berlin Philharmonic. The Shin-yu Kai Chorus. Kathleen Battle (lyric-coloratura soprano), Thomas Allen (baritone), Frank Lopardo (tenor).
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`Roméo et Juliette`: `Scène d`amour`. Recorded: February 1973, Boston.
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1995
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Mito Chamber Orchestra. Recorded: April 1-6, 1999, Mito, Japan.
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1989
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17 January 1969
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Recorded: November 28 & December 2, 1978, Boston.
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Live - Vienna - 16 Dec 2002 - Bo Skovhus, Torsten Kerl, Nancy Gustavson, Peter Weber, Ildikó Raimondi, John Dickie, Benedikt Kobel, Marcus Pelz, Peter Köves, Konrad Huber, Vienna State Opera Chorus, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, Seiji Ozawa
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Recorded: August 1990, Berlin.
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Live - 1994.
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1978-79.
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16 January 1969
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1989
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Saito Kinen Orchestra. 1999.9.10 (live).
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24/28 January 1981 - Overture
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Recorded: June/July 1990, Chicago.
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2007
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Live - 2005 - with Herbert Lippert (Tenor) - Vienna Singverein
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Recording - 1962, Tokyo.
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1977
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New Year`s Concert 2002.
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1974
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Live - 31 August 1997
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Walter Raffeiner (Herodes), Kerstin Witt (Herodias), Jessye Norman (Salome), James Morris (Jochanaan), Richard Leech (Narraboth), Annette Markett (Der Page der Herodias), Andreas Conrad (Erster Jude), Karl-Friedrich Hölzke (Zweiter Jude), Peter Küchler (Dritter Jude), Andreas Schmidt (Vierter Jude), Günther Dreßler(Fünfter Jude), Andreas Schmidt (Ein Sklave) / studio recording at Lukaskirche, Dresden, November 1990
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17 January 1969
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Recorded: October 4-5, 1971, London.
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Joseph Silverstein (violin solo) studio recording at Symphony Hall, Boston, December 1981
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Recorded: January 1, 2002, Vienna.
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16 January 1969
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Joseph Silverstein - violin solo. Recording at Symphony Hall, Boston, December 1981.
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1998
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Overture. New Year`s Concert 2002.
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1998
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1998
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1998
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1998
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1998
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New Year`s Concert 2002.
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1998
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1998
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Recorded: July 18, 1971, Tanglewood Festival.
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1997
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1998
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1998
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1998
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1998
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1998
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1998
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1974
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1998
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Central Philharmonic Orchestra (Beijing)
1978
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New Year`s Concert 2002.
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1998
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New Year`s Concert 2002.
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1998
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1998
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1998
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1998
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1998
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New Year`s Concert 2002.
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1998
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1998
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New Year`s Concert 2002.
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1998
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New Year`s Concert 2002.
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1998
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New Year`s Concert 2002. Arr. Michael Rot.
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New Year`s Concert 2002.
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