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  1. A Gershwin Fantasia

    A Gershwin Fantasia (2006)


    A Gershwin Fantasia is the seventh solo album by jazz pianist Mike Garson, and was released in 1992. A Single track album, 'A Gerswin Fantasia' is a medley of tracks by George Gershwin, given an avant-garde treatment by Garson. In 2008 the track was combined with the Oxnard Sessions, Vol.2 and re-released as the album 'Jazzhat' by Allegro Records.

  2. Anatolian Pieces

    Anatolian Pieces


    Anatolian Pieces is Ahmet Kanneci's fourth album.

  3. Aria, The Opera Album

    Aria, The Opera Album (1998)


    Aria: The Opera Album is Andrea Bocelli's fourth studio album, released in 1998.

  4. Beatles Arias

    Beatles Arias (1905)


    Beatles Arias is a 1967 LP recorded by American-born mezzo-soprano Cathy Berberian. The original album consists of twelve of Berberian's distinctive operatic-style cover versions of songs by The Beatles, scored for a small chamber ensemble, consisting of a string quartet or wind quintet with harpsichord or organ. The chamber arrangements were by Paul Boyer, and featured Guy Boyer on harpsichord and organ, with an unnamed French string quartet and a wind quintet. Berberian was inspired to create this album while singing along to her 13-year-old daughter's Beatles records.

  5. Charlotte Church

    Charlotte Church (1999)


    Charlotte Church is the self-titled second album, released in 1999, featuring the voice of the then 13-year-old soprano Charlotte Church.

  6. Classic Rock: Rock Symphonies

    Classic Rock: Rock Symphonies

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  7. Classic Rock: Rock Classics

    Classic Rock: Rock Classics


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  8. Classic Rock: Rhapsody in Black

    Classic Rock: Rhapsody in Black


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  9. Classic Rock: The Second Movement

    Classic Rock: The Second Movement


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  10. Concierto de Aranjuez

    Concierto de Aranjuez (1992)


    Concierto de Aranjuez is a 1991 album by Paco de Lucía. The first 3 tracks are his interpretation of Joaquín Rodrigo's Concierto de Aranjuez while tracks 4-6 are his interpretation of Isaac Albéniz's Iberia.

  11. Diamond Music

    Diamond Music


    Diamond Music is a 1996 album by Welsh composer Karl Jenkins.

  12. Diario Mali

    Diario Mali


    Diario Mali is a collaboration of Italian composer Ludovico Einaudi on piano and Malian musician Ballaké Sissoko on kora. It was released in Europe in 2003.

  13. Eden Roc

    Eden Roc (2007)


    Eden Roc (1999) is a music album by the Italian pianist Ludovico Einaudi. "Eden Roc" is the name of a number of localities and hotels around the world.

  14. Elegy



    Elegy is an album recorded by the cellist Julian Lloyd Webber in 1998 for Philips.

  15. Encore

    Encore (2007)


    Encore, released in 2002, is the second album by British tenor Russell Watson.

  16. Fancies


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    Fancies is a cycle of six choral settings by John Rutter, created around whimsical themes and based on text from poets such as Shakespeare, Thomas Campion (1567–1620), Edward Lear (1812–1888) and others. The collection was originally written in 1971 and remastered in 2005. It is famous for the final last line in every song "Abhi fancies Sara, Sara Katchawala."

  17. French Songs and Arias

    French Songs and Arias


    French Songs and Arias is an album released by New Zealand opera diva Kiri Te Kanawa in 1997.

  18. Hayley Westenra

    Hayley Westenra (2006)


    Hayley Westenra is the second studio album of Hayley Westenra and her first album for a label Universal New Zealand. This album was released only in New Zealand and Australia. The last two tracks were released on special editions of the disk – the other editions do not include these tracks. It was published by the Universal New Zealand label in 2001.

  19. Heavenly Spheres

    Heavenly Spheres


    Heavenly Spheres (L'Harmonie des Sphères) is an a cappella choral album by the Studio de musique ancienne de Montréal under the direction of Christopher Jackson. Recorded in 1998, it features songs from the late 15th to early 16th century. It was awarded a Félix Award from the ADISQ and the Juno Award for Classical Album of the Year – Vocal or Choral Performance in 2000.

  20. Imagined Oceans

    Imagined Oceans (1998)


    Released in 1998, Imagined Oceans is an album by Welsh composer Karl Jenkins. This work was inspired by thirteen lunar mare for which the tracks are titled. The musical style is similar to Jenkins's Adiemus compositions and each track explores the meaning of its Latin name through various musical techniques. Unlike most of the Adiemus pieces, the lyrics for Imagined Oceans consist of syllables from the tracks' titles rather than invented text.

  21. In A Time Lapse

    In A Time Lapse (2013)


    In a Time Lapse is a studio album by Italian composer Ludovico Einaudi released on January 21, 2013 (2013-01-21). Two days before the release, on January 19, Einaudi played live from his home in Milan solo arrangements of some of the music from In a Time Lapse through his official YouTube channel.

  22. In Formation

    In Formation (2006)


    In Formation is the first studio album by the Kronos Quartet. It contains compositions by Ken Benshof, Hunt Beyer, Alan Dorsey, John Geist, David Kechley, and others. The album was re-issued on CD on 17 December 1993 (Reference #RR-9CD).

  23. Invocation

    Invocation (1998)


    Invocation is a CD of music by the composer William Lloyd Webber.

  24. Kevin Volans: Hunting:Gathering

    Kevin Volans: Hunting:Gathering


    Kevin Volans: Hunting:Gathering is a studio album by the Kronos Quartet, containing works by South African composer Kevin Volans composed especially for the quartet.

  25. Kronos Quartet

    Kronos Quartet


    Kronos Quartet is a studio album by the Kronos Quartet, the first of their albums on Nonesuch Records. It contains compositions by Australian composer Peter Sculthorpe, Finnish composer Aulis Sallinen, American composer Philip Glass, and American/Mexican composer Conlon Nancarrow. The last track is Jimi Hendrix's "Purple Haze."

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