A series of albums is helping to spread the word about the music of Andrrzej Panufnik. Andre Dzierzynski/Courtesy of CPO Records hide caption

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Rhapsody, for orchestra [Vivace]
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Today, the Austrian romantic Robert Fuchs is all but forgotten. But in his time, he was a significant composer and the teacher of Mahler and Sibelius. Naxos Records hide caption

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Serenade for string orchestra No. 2 in C major, Op. 14 [Allegretto]
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Composer Henry Brant took 36 years to transform the "Concord" sonata by Charles Ives into a full-fledged symphony. SFS Media hide caption

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The Alcotts
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Lawrence Dillon's String Quartets have names like "Air," "Flight" and "The Infinite Sphere." Douglas Holley/Bridge Records hide caption

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Lawrence Dillon: String Quartet No. 2, "Flight" -- Insects and Paper Airplanes (performed by the Daedalus Quartet)
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"Moderate Blues" from David Mathews' Oboe Concerto (Nicholas Daniel, oboe; Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra)
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Finnish composer Armas Jarnefelt's music was overshadowed by that of his brother-in-law, Jean Sibelius. Courtesy of BIS Records hide caption

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Classical Lost And Found: Armas Jarnefelt Emerges From The Shadow Of Sibelius
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Weinberg: String Quartet No. 5 -- 'Humoresqe'
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Classical Lost And Found: Finally Finding Foerster
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The Ohio-based composer Jack Gallagher writes music that is intellectually stimulating, and immediately appealing. Naxos records hide caption

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Jack Gallagher: "Berceuse" (JoAnn Falletta conducts the London Symphony Orchestra)
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'Tobias And The Angel', based on a story from the Apocrypha, follows Tobias through a series of mystical encounters. hide caption

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The Trees: ‘How hard is wood’
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