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HH 1247

Bach: Goldberg Variations & Partita No. 5
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Naxos, the world's leading classical music label offers unparalleled breadth and depth of catalogue - its releases [354 in 2007] run the gamut from early to contemporary music, from instrumental and chamber music to opera. Of particular note are the label's American Classics, Japanese Classics, Spanish Classics, Greek Classics, and other series of national classical music. Naxos is known for recording exciting new repertoire with exceptional talent and continues to have one of the largest and fastest growing catalogues of unduplicated repertoire available anywhere with state-of-the-art sound and consumer-friendly prices.

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