We only went to two ARCs, but at least the four discs I found were good:
Tchaikovsky: Serenade for Strings: Serenade for Strings by other composers are always good; I expect nothing less from Tchaikovksy as he’s such a great composer.
English Idyll: Jullian Lloyd Webber: I only have a few discs with this cellist, which is odd as he seems to be fairly prolific. This was the only disc I found at the Arvada ARC, from their big selection.
Soundtrack: Empire of the Sun: I finally found this movie on DVD (I’d rather have the Blu-ray, but I’ll take what I can get; this is the first time I’ve even seen that movie at a thrift) months back, but this soundtrack is even more rare. And I know it’s going to be great because it’s by John Williams!
A Heart in Winter: Ravel Trios & Sonatas: This looks kind of like a movie poster. A little confusing, but I like it, and I like Ravel, so I’ll be listening to this this week for sure!