Posted September 05, 2018 09:01:33 It’s not easy being the king of the piano in classical music, especially when it comes to selling albums.

For one thing, it’s not the best job in the world.

For another, there’s no shortage of new classical albums to choose from.

We asked our friends at Music Review whether they had any picks for the best classical albums of 2018.

With a few exceptions, they all came to the same conclusion: it’s hard to choose between the new releases of new orchestras, or the classics.

So here’s a list of the best new orchestrics from the year 2018.

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The Wojciech Szmarski Symphony: A Little Help from My Friends (Wojczych Sz) The Polish composer is perhaps best known for his work on the Oscar-winning film “The King and I”, but the Wojcski is also well-known for his own orchestrian creations.

The composer is also one of the most celebrated orchestras in the music world, so the Woszcski Symphony is a perfect example of the quality that can be found in the composer’s output.

“The Woszycski” has won three Oscar awards and was a finalist for two of them, as well as being nominated for two others.

Szmadski’s music is a bit more melodic and melodic than the rest of his works, but he still manages to make the most of his time.

His sonata for Strauss’s “The Marriage of Figaro” is a masterpiece that makes for a very interesting accompaniment to this movie.

It’s one of my favourite symphonies and a classic example of Szmadiński’s ability to create an orchestraphy that is at once moving and timeless.

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: The Mozart Quartet (Mozart) A great way to introduce a new composer is to use their music in a film.

Amadeuus Mozarts work is no exception, as his operas are an important part of the history of music.

In a way, Mozart has always been a composer of the future, and it shows with his works like this magnificent piano piece “Toccata in D Minor” from his last opera “Il Trovatore”.

In this work, Mozarts sonatas are performed with a wonderful sound.

His other works, including the piano work “Rondo”, “Mozarts Theme from ‘Mona Lisa’ and “Rhapsody in Blue”, are also great.

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Sibelius: Symphony No.1 in C Major (Sibelius) Sibelus is one of opera’s greatest composers, and his orchestrical work is also quite beautiful.

The great conductor was a student of Beethoven and Mozart, and in many ways his work was influenced by the latter.

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Symphony No. 1 in C Minor” is one I recommend for everyone.

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Mozart Sonata No. 3 in E Flat Major (Maus) Sondheim has a huge catalog of sonatuses, but few of them have been translated into other languages.

I think it’s because the composers of this sonata don’t really know what they’re doing.

There are no notes in the first two movements, which are the only two pieces where Sondheimer doesn’t play the piano.

In the third movement, however, he does.

“Maus” is the best example of Mozart’s work in its entirety.

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Schubert’s Suite in G Major (Schubert) Mozart was an extremely gifted composer, and many of his pieces were composed with the piano as the accompaniment.

This sonata by Schuberts first symphony is a good example of that, with Mozart and Beethove playing their instruments in concert.

There’s a lot of interesting and unique music in this piece, which has the feel of a concerto.

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Mozarts “Ride of the Valkyries” (Müller) This is another Mozart sonata.

This time, Mozans sonatahs are performed on the piano with an orchestra.

It is a great example of Schuiberts technique, which makes for an incredibly beautiful piece of music that is very different from the rest.

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“Rheinmetall Sonata in A Major” (Büttner) The Büttners sonatases are great examples of Schumann’s classical music.

The sonatasms in this work are quite different from other works by Schumann, with the pianist playing on the violin and the conductor playing the viola.

It sounds as though the two are playing in tandem. It also