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Discover this year’s Gramophone Classical Music Awards winners 👉
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Gramophone 8h
Our 2018 Artist of the Year, the wonderful Rachel Podger, performed a transcription of the Allemande from Bach's First Cello Suite at last week's Video courtesy of
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"Let's make more records," Neeme Järvi. Makes sense to us. 💿💿💿
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Some of the finest television drama scores of the last two decades are essential listening, with or without the onscreen action, writes James McCarthy What are your favourite scores? 👇
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Gramophone Sep 21
On the composer's birthday, spend a moment with our quick guide to a few of the finest accounts on record of his hugely influential musical journey across the galaxy...
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Gramophone Sep 21
Happy birthday Gustav Holst! Think of Holst and you think of The Planets. Not much else springs to mind and, indeed, his output is comparatively slender – he was a slow starter and a slow worker – and few of his works were performed in his lifetime >
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Gramophone Sep 21
Our Recording of the Month is Rossini's Semiramide, performed by , the Opera Rara Chorus and Sir Mark Elder. Here is an insight into the process of recording this stunning album on . Other editor's choices >
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Gramophone Sep 20
No conductor has done more for the music of Sibelius than Herbert von Karajan. In 1981 Gramophone's Robert Layton spoke to him about the conductor's special affinity with Sibelius's music...bit.ly/2pjHdmr
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Gramophone Sep 20
Why is Sibelius's piano music so neglected? We hand over to who champions the composer's keyboard music >
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Gramophone Sep 20
We celebrate the life of Jean Sibelius, who died on 20 September 1957. To most people he is the composer of Finlandia and the Karelia Suite; to others he is a great symphony composer; to the people of Finland he is these things and a national hero...
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Gramophone Sep 19
Thank you Miloš Karadaglić () for a stunning rendition of Villa-Lobos's Prelude no 1 for Guitar, you could hear a pin drop... To view some of the highlights of the ceremony, browse through our gallery 📷 >
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Gramophone Sep 19
A conducting dynasty... With having just turned 80 and Estonia marking its centenary, James Jolly seizes the chance to meet Neeme and his sons and – their country’s finest conducting exports >
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Gramophone Sep 19
Soundtrack your day with our selection of playlists. Concerto: The Listening Room: Introduction to Baroque Music: Follow Gramophone
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Gramophone Sep 18
Happy birthday ! 🎈 Few singers have captured the public’s affection internationally as completely as the Russian-born Austrian-based soprano. Her repertoire extends from Russian opera, via Mozart, to bel canto and into Verdi and Puccini...
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Gramophone Sep 18
That time of year! ❓❓❓
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Gramophone Sep 18
Our Recording of the Month is Rossini's Semiramide, performed by Opera Rara Chorus and Sir Mark Elder on Discover Rossini's last and longest Opera > Explore our other editor's choices >
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Gramophone Sep 18
Introducing our Gramophone's Awards 2018 issue! We bring you a full report of the ceremony and reveal the winners of our highly anticipated special awards. Featuring a free cover CD: 'Neeme Järvi – A lifetime on Chandos'. What's not to love?!
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Gramophone Sep 17
Eric Lu wins Leeds International Piano Competition. The 20 year-old American receives album on as well as management with as part of the prize >
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Gramophone Sep 17
In case you'd forgotten, Les Troyens on was our 2018 Recording of the Year! 🌟 Congratulations to John Nelson, , and Marie-Nicole Lemieux, along with the rest of this special cast. Sponsored by .
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Gramophone Sep 17
We hoped you enjoyed the 2018 as much as we did! Thankfully the fun doesn't have to stop there. Enjoy our editor's picks of the finest classical albums from the month's reviews. Always something new to be discovered...
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Gramophone Sep 17
Last week, we witnessed a host of world-class musicians giving wonderful performances and making moving speeches, to celebrate a fantastic year of music making. A few special moments were caught on camera which you can see here >
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