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Bauckholt: Is muß mit Dir reden [Cikada](TheaterByte Blu-ray Audio Review)

2L gives us another stunning Pure Audio recording of contemporary classical music from the Cikada ensemble with this release.

TrondheimSolistene: Reflections (TheaterByte Blu-ray Audio Review)

Norwegian label 2L offers up another wonderful Pure Audio Blu-ray recording of TrondheimSolistene with 'Reflections'.

Ratkje: And Sing [Cikada & Oslo Sinfonietta] (TheaterByte Blu-ray Audio Review)

Ms. Ratkje, the Oslo Sinfonietta, and 2L challenge listeners with this new program of contemporary vocal and instrumental works 'And sing...'.

Organism [Terje Winge] (TheaterByte Blu-ray Audio Review)

This latest effort from Nordic label 2L, 'Organism', offers up an outstanding array of contemporary Norwegian organ pieces performed and recorded beautifully.

Ravel & Mussorgsky: Pictures & Reflections [Schirmer] (TheaterByte Blu-ray Audio Review)

German label Tacet offers up another spectacular Blu-ray Audio Disc with these recordings piano performances by Markus Schirmer of Ravel and Mussorgsky pieces.

Song Circus: Anatomy of Sound (TheaterByte Blu-ray Audio Review)

2L gives us a superlative Blu-ray Audio recording of 'Song Circus: Anatomy of Sound,' a program which my prove challenging for some.

Engegård Quartet: String Quartets by Franz Schubert, Maja Ratkje, Benjamin Britten, and Joseph Haydn (TheaterByte Blu-ray Audio Review)

2L marks the 10th anniversary of the Engegård String Quartet with a magnificent hi-resolution resolution recording of the ensemble performing a number of pieces spanning the genre.

Mezzotints: Chamber Music of Ståle Kleiberg (TheaterByte Blu-ray Audio Review)

Mezzotints, new millennium music for chamber ensemble and soloists, will continually pique your interest with high performance and production values.

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