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Give a listen to these recordings with Baltimore ties

Give a listen to these recordings with Baltimore ties

The supposedly long-dead classical recording industry keeps churning out products every month, including some with strong Baltimore connections. Here's a roundup of recent releases that prove to be well worth a spin on the compact disc player, or your favorite downloading device:

CORIGLIANO: Symphony No. 1; COPLAND: "Appalachian Spring" Suite; TORKE: "Bright Blue Music. National Orchestra Institute Philharmonic; David Alan Miller, conductor. Naxos.

John Corigliano's Symphony No. 1, his searing response to the loss of many friends to AIDS in the 1980s, occupies a prominent place in 20th-century American music. The emotions —...

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