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Gramophone 15h
Ten great Rossini recordings that would grace any collection. Discover it here >
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Gramophone 18h
As we commemorate 150 years since the composer’s death, we explore how the centenary paved the way for an even greater appreciation of Rossini’s operas 50 years on. Read more here >
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Gramophone Jan 23
On the anniversary of the composer's death, we give you a quick overview of the finest interpretations of Barber's emotional masterpiece on record.
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Gramophone Jan 23
On 23 January 1981, Samuel Barber died. Far from being progressive, he reimagined musical gestures as they already existed. But his music still sings. Read more here >
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Gramophone Jan 23
Here is David Fanning's guide to the extraordinary and underappreciated music of Mieczysław Weinberg
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Gramophone Jan 20
Vladimir Ashkenazy announces his retirement: pianist and conductor to step down from public performance with immediate effect
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Gramophone Jan 17
He's done it! makes UK Album Chart history by entering the Top 10
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Gramophone Jan 17
Barry Tuckwell, one of the most admired and successful of 20th-century horn players, has died, aged 88. Our obituary:
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Gramophone Jan 16
Whether he’s conducting the in Bruckner or the Vienna Philharmonic in Beethoven, Andris Nelsons is mindful of the profound, indefinable connection between a conductor and his musicians
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Gramophone Jan 15
At just 20 years old takes inspiration from the great cellists of the distant past – and his models for Elgar’s Cello Concerto are no exception, finds Richard Bratby
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Gramophone Jan 11
Start the year with a subscription to Gramophone. With our extended holiday offer you'll receive new print & digital issues, free access to our extensive digital archive, as well as saving 25%. Use code NY20 at the checkout. Offer expires Jan 15. 👉
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Gramophone Jan 10
Michelle Assay celebrates the life and career of the great pianist Vladimir Horowitz - and makes a case for his relevance today
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Gramophone Jan 7
Happy birthday Janine Jansen! 🎂
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Gramophone Jan 7
Happy birthday Francis Poulenc! One of his friends described Francis Poulenc as 'half monk, half guttersnipe', which goes halfway to describing his music... Click below to explore Poulenc.
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Gramophone Jan 6
Happy birthday Max Bruch! Enjoy a few of our favourite recordings of this beloved, evergreen concerto.
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Gramophone Jan 5
Many happy returns to Alfred Brendel, who is 90 today! Back in January 2009, one of the world’s great pianists, gives his final interview to as he retires from the concert platform.
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Gramophone Jan 5
Ten recordings which demonstrate that there is still so much to say about JS Bach's music... Read more here >
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Gramophone Jan 3
A quick guide to the finest recordings of one of the most frequently performed concertos in the repertoire.
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Gramophone Dec 29
Today we celebrate the life and accomplishments of Maurice Ravel, who died on this day in 1937. Ravel’s greatest significance was in establishing, with Debussy, a distinct French school of music, ridding it of Wagnerian influence. Read more here >
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Gramophone Dec 28
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