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  • An "essential for any serious collection of Americana," says the Washington Post, Cornet Favorites "represents the kind of music that was played to while away summer Sunday afternoons on bandstands all over America" in the early 20th century. Schwarz, the Post concludes, "catches precisely the blend of relaxed enjoyment and technical brilliance the music requires."

  • An "essential for any serious collection of Americana," says the Washington Post, Cornet Favorites "represents the kind of music that was played to while away summer Sunday afternoons on bandstands all over America" in the early 20th century. Schwarz, the Post concludes, "catches precisely the blend of relaxed enjoyment and technical brilliance the music requires."

  • Gerard Schwarz conducts the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra in four works for strings by American contemporary composers: Samuel Barber, Elliott Carter, David Diamond, and Irving Fine. Gramophone lauds the recording’s “fine digital sound,” as does the New York Times, which also cites its “wonderful music, performed with skill, insight and enthusiasm.”