Stanisław Skrowaczewski has died at the age of 93
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Introducing Gramophone's February 2017 issue
Born October 3, 1923; died February 21, 2017
Olafsson performs Glass's Etude No 14 from his DG debut album
The story of a composer who always enjoyed a close relationship with the record industry
Classical composers Philip Glass and John Corigliano have both had success scoring for the big screen. They debate that relationship with Jed Distler in New York
One of the world’s most successful film music composers, Hans Zimmer, reflects on what makes Ennio Morricone the greatest (Gramophone, April 2011)
The support and nurturing of the young and the new has always been of immense importance
Does a long history give an orchestra particular weight, depth or colour? We’ll only know if those ensembles survive and flourish
The maestro was pivotal in classical music's links with broadcasting: who is following in his footsteps?
Michael Barenboim wrestles with an issue that all musicians must confront
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