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    Video: Sir Neville Marriner announces our Recording of the Year

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    Beethoven's Symphony No 3, introduced by Mariss Jansons

  • Introducing your next great musical discovery: Rued Langgaard

    Introducing your next great musical discovery: Rued Langgaard

  • Session Report: cellist Natalie Clein records Saint-Saëns

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

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    Gramophone Awards 2014 - all the winners revealed!

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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...

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