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January 15, 1988|DENNIS HUNT | Times Staff Writer

Choral Performance: St. John Passion (Bach), John Eliot Gardiner, cond.; "Old American Songs," "Canticle of Freedom," Four Motets (Copland), Michael Tilson Thomas, cond.; "When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd" (Hindemith), Shaw, cond.; "Glagolitic Mass" (Janacek), Sir Charles Mackerras, cond.; Symphony No. 8 (Mahler), Klaus Tennstedt, cond.; "A Child of Our Time" (Tippett), Andre Previn, cond.

Contemporary Composition: "The Chairman Dances" (Adams); Piano Concerto (Babbitt); Cello Concerto No. 2 (Penderecki); "A Sudden Rainbow" (Schwanter); Symphony No. 5 (Sessions); "The Mask of Time" (Tippett).

Orchestra Recording: Symphony No. 9 (Beethoven), Solti, cond.; "Orchestral Pieces" (Berg, Webern, Schoenberg), Levine, cond.; Symphony No. 3, "Quiet City" (Copland), Bernstein, cond.; Symphony No. 2 (Hanson), Slatkin, cond.; "The Planets" (Holst), Charles Dutoit, cond.

Classical Performance--Instrumental Soloist (with orchestra): Violin Concerto (Barber), Elmar Oliveira; "Emperor" Concerto (Beethoven), Murray Perahia; "Carnaval," Wynton Marsalis; Horn Concertos (Mozart), Dale Clevenger; Violin Concertos (Mozart), Perlman.

John Henken contributed to this story.

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