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MILLER/WILLIAMS/YOUNT/BEETHOVEN:  “Release Me” & “Moonlight Sonata”, Snuff Garrett's Texas Opera Company, Ranwood R 8173
from Program Number 4:  “Surprise”

BEETHOVEN:  String Quartet in F, Opus 135, 2nd Mvt., Guarneri Quartet, BMG 60458 2 RG
from Program Number 5:  “French Horn/When to Stand, When to Move”

BEETHOVEN:  From Symphony No. 2, Opus 36, Finale, Berlin Philharmonic/Karajan, Deutsche Grammophon 429 036 2
from Program Number 15:  “Musical Criticism”

BEETHOVEN:  From Symphony No. 5, Opus 67, Berlin Philharmonic/Karajan, Deutsche Grammophon 429 036 2
from Program Number 15:  “Musical Criticism”

BEETHOVEN:  From Symphony No. 7, Opus 92, Berlin Philharmonic/Karajan, Deutsche Grammophon 429 036 2
from Program Number 15:  “Musical Criticism”

BEETHOVEN:  From Symphony No. 9, Opus 125, Janowitz/Rossel-Majdan/Kmentt/Berry/Berlin Philharmonic & Chorus/Karajan, Deutsche Grammophon 429 036 2
from Program Number 15:  “Musical Criticism”

BEETHOVEN:  Symphony No. 2, Opus 36, 4th Mvt., Berlin Philharmonic/Karajan, Deutsche Grammophon 429 036 2
from Program Number 15:  “Musical Criticism”

BEETHOVEN:  From Piano Sonata No. 3, Opus 2, No. 3, 4th Mvt., Emil Gilels, Deutsche Grammophon 2532 078
from Program Number 19:  “Parallel #2”

BEETHOVEN:  From Symphony No. 5 in C minor, Opus 67, Berlin Philharmonic/Bernstein, Deutsche Grammophon 419 435 2
from Program Number 21:  “Singing Instrumental Music/Up a 3rd, Down a 5th”

BEETHOVEN:  Piano Sonata No. 30 in E Major, Opus 109, 1st Mvt., Wilhelm Backhaus, London CS 6246
from Program Number 21:  “Singing Instrumental Music/Up a 3rd, Down a 5th”

BEETHOVEN:  From Symphony No. 5, 1st Mvt., Berlin Philharmonic/Bernstein, Deutsche Grammophon 419 435 2
from Program Number 31:  “What Happens Between the Notes”

BEETHOVEN:  From String Quartet, Opus 59, No. 3, Les Quatuors a Cordes, Deutsche Grammophon 423 473 2
from Program Number 31:  “What Happens Between the Notes”

BEETHOVEN:  From String Quartet, Opus 59, No. 3, Les Quatuors a Cordes, Deutsche Grammophon 423 473 2
from Program Number 31:  “What Happens Between the Notes”

BEETHOVEN:  From Concerto for Violin & Orchestra, 1st Mvt., Itzhak Perlman, violin/Philharmonia Orchestra/Giulini, Angel CDC 7 47002 2
from Program Number 36:  “Ma & Pa Kettle Drum”

BEETHOVEN:  From Piano Sonata No. 32, Maurizio Pollini, Deutsche Grammophon 429 570 2
from Program Number 37:  “The Big Chill-Out”

BEETHOVEN:  From Symphony No. 5, 4th Mvt., Berlin Philharmonic/Karajan, Deutsche Grammophon 429 036 2
from Program Number 42:  “Dominant Characteristics”

BEETHOVEN:  From Symphony No. 5, 4th Mvt., Berlin Philharmonic/Karajan, Deutsche Grammophon 429 036 2
from Program Number 42:  “Dominant Characteristics”

BEETHOVEN:  From Symphony No. 7, 4th Mvt., Berlin Philharmonic/Karajan, Deutsche Grammophon 429 036 2
from Program Number 42:  “Dominant Characteristics”

BEETHOVEN:  From Symphony No. 8, 4th Mvt., Berlin Philharmonic/Karajan, Deutsche Grammophon 429 036 2
from Program Number 42:  “Dominant Characteristics”

BEETHOVEN:  From Symphony No. 5, 4th Mvt., Berlin Philharmonic/Karajan, Deutsche Grammophon 429 036 2
from Program Number 42:  “Dominant Characteristics”

BEETHOVEN:  From Symphony No. 7, 3rd Mvt., Berlin Philharmonic/Karajan, Deutsche Grammophon 429 036 2
from Program Number 42:  “Dominant Characteristics”

BEETHOVEN:  From Symphony No. 8, 1st Mvt., Berlin Philharmonic/Karajan, Deutsche Grammophon 429 036
from Program Number 42:  “Dominant Characteristics”

BEETHOVEN:  From Symphony No. 5, 4th Mvt., Berlin Philharmonic/Karajan, Deutsche Grammophon 429 036 2
from Program Number 42:  “Dominant Characteristics”

BEETHOVEN:  From String Quartet, Opus 59, No. 1, 1st Mvt., Guarneri Quartet, RCA 60457 2 RG
from Program Number 43:  “Humor Me”

BEETHOVEN:  From String Quartet, Opus. 59, No. 1, 2nd Mvt., Amadeus Quartet, Deutsche Grammophon 423 473 2
from Program Number 44:  “Leave the Meter Running”

BEETHOVEN:  From String Quartet, Opus. 59, No. 1, 1st Mvt., Amadeus Quartet, Deutsche Grammophon 423 473 2
from Program Number 44:  “Leave the Meter Running”

BEETHOVEN:  “Archduke” Trio (Trio in B-Flat, Opus 97), 2nd Mvt., Suk Trio, Koch 3 7082 2 H1
from Program Number 45:  “There’s a Composer In All of Us”

BEETHOVEN:  “An Malzel”, Vienna Akademie Kammerchor/ Mayer, “The Comic Beethoven”, Seraphim S 1 60180
from Program Number 49:  “Imitation Is the Sincerest Form”

BEETHOVEN:  Symphony No. 8, 2nd Mvt., Berlin Philharmonic/Karajan, Deutsche Grammophon 429 036 2
from Program Number 49:  “Imitation Is the Sincerest Form”

BEETHOVEN:  From Symphony No. 3, 2nd Mvt., The London Classical Players/Norrington, Angel CDC 49101
from Program Number 50:  “A Pair of Chords That Will Last”

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