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BBC Music Magazine 2h
Replying to @silverlawn @BBCRadio3
Thank you!! (OC)
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BBC Music Magazine 2h
That’s strange - OC’s 22 Feb slot was set in concrete months ago!
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BBC Music Magazine 3h
Replying to @annalapwood @BBCRadio3
Enjoyed your selection and commentaries very much - thank you
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BBC Music Magazine 3h
You should hear the BNL Durufle/Latry disc in that case. Lots and lots of mechanical noise. Utterly brilliant
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BBC Music Magazine Feb 21
Good morning everyone! What classical music have you been listening to recently? Tell jeremy.pound@immediate.co.uk (our deputy ed) in 80 words or so and a) your recommendation may well feature in our next issue; and b) will make you a nice cup of tea.
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BBC Music Magazine Feb 20
ASMR for music lovers the world over.
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BBC Music Magazine Feb 19
Before we announce the winners of this year's , why not listen to our playlist of our brilliant nominees?!
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BBC Music Magazine Feb 19
From the light, lively opening of the First to the famous 'Ode to Joy' of the Ninth, we choose the best full sets of Beethoven symphonies.
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Noriko Ogawa Feb 19
one of the nicest ’hour’ in my life... interviewed by for March issue. Thank you!
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BBC Music Magazine Feb 18
If you do one thing tonight... tune into to hear octets by Enescu and Mendelssohn at 7.30pm, in concert from Edinburgh
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BBC Music Magazine Feb 18
This week's free download is CPE Bach's Violin Sonata in B flat, performed by and . Enjoy!
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BBC Music Magazine Feb 18
On this day... in 1929, the canadian pianist and composer André Mathieu was born in Montreal. Check out his rather lovely 'Printemps canadien', performed here by Jean-Michel Dubé...
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BBC Music Magazine Feb 17
If you do one thing tonight… put off doing anything else by listening to 'Procrastinator extraordinaire', the first episode in 's Composer of the Week series on Claudio Monteverdi.
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BBC Music Magazine Feb 17
The votes have been counted, checked and verified. We now have seven terrific winners for this year's .
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BBC Music Magazine Feb 17
in 1944, Karl Jenkins was born in Wales. He's one of the most often played living composers, well known for his Adiemus: Songs of Sanctuary and The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace. Kick off your day with the first movement of his Palladio:
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BBC Music Magazine Feb 17
Introducing our March issue – on sale now!
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BBC Music Magazine Feb 16
Cast your votes now! You only have until the end of today (Sunday 16 February) to vote in the BBC Music Magazine Awards 2020. Head to !
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BBC Music Magazine Feb 14
Voting for the closes in a matter of days! If you haven’t voted yet, what on EARTH are you still doing here scrolling through Twitter?! Head to now, all ye people.
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BBC Music Magazine Feb 14
Right. Valentine's Day. Splendid. Whether you're planning a romantic night out or frisky night in – or, perhaps, neither – do first have a go at our love-themed quiz:
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BBC Music Magazine Feb 14
What better way to celebrate Valentine's Day than snuggling up on the sofa with Radio 3…
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