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Beethoven's Symphony No 3, introduced by Mariss Jansons

Beethoven's Symphony No 3, introduced by Mariss Jansons

Continuing our series of great conductors introducing Beethoven's symphonies is Mariss Jansons on Symphony No 3, 'Eroica'

Introducing your next great musical discovery: Rued Langgaard

Introducing your next great musical discovery: Rued Langgaard

Andrew Mellor offers a guide to the Langgaard's 'singular reimagining of music’s parameters of time and space'

Session Report: cellist Natalie Clein records Saint-Saëns

Session Report: Natalie Clein records Saint-Saëns's cello concertos

Great music-making and a little artistic friction are on display as the heavily pregnant cellist takes to the studio, by Kate Molleson

Beethoven's Symphony No 2, introduced by David Zinman

Beethoven's Symphony No 2, introduced by David Zinman

Continuing our series of great Beethoven conductors introducing the nine symphonies is David Zinman on the Second...

Blogs

Improvising our existence: the unpredictable life of a modern composer

Today's fragmented musical culture presents an opportunity to follow your own creative impulses

Is sexism still hindering the careers of female composers and musicians?

The relative neglect of music by female composers remains frustrating and puzzling

Adapting masterpieces for new instrument combinations is a daunting but rewarding process

Rem Urasin explains the creative journey behind his Rachmaninov and Shostakovich arrangements for cello and piano

'The music of the vast Celtic historic region beguiles us and haunts us all. But why is this?'

Pianist Barry Douglas wonders at the rare communicative and emotional power of Celtic culture

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