Blogs - Gramophone guest blog

'To be invited to compose a suitable musical tribute was truly one of the very greatest tasks I’ve faced as a composer'
'One must listen to one's own silence, not everyone else's noise.'
Robert Hollingworth introduces I Fagiolini's new album of French choral delicacies
Introducing a new ensemble in which musicians from different cultural traditions play side-by-side
The Director of Music at Clare College, Cambridge, on a new musical sequence for Easter Day
The strike’s off but the blame game at English National Opera continues – and there’s a new villain on the stage. Or rather, 15,000 of them…
An introduction to the sonatas for two violins and basso continuo without opus numbers
Martin Fitzpatrick reflects on the challenge set by completing parts of Le Duc d’Albe
Composer Michael Rooney on his new work celebrating the centenary of the 1916 Easter Rising
'The point here is not to force children to play an instrument, or to insist they listen to a certain quota of classical music for the rest of their lives, but to avoid limiting minds'

Pages

Gramophone Subscriptions

From£62/year

Gramophone Print

Gramophone Print

no Digital Edition
no Digital Archive
no Reviews Database
no Events & Offers
From£62/year
Subscribe
From£62/year

Gramophone Reviews

Gramophone Reviews

no Print Edition
no Digital Edition
no Digital Archive
no Events & Offers
From£62/year
Subscribe
From£62/year

Gramophone Digital Edition

Gramophone Digital Edition

no Print Edition
no Reviews Database
no Events & Offers
From£62/year
Subscribe

If you are a library, university or other organisation that would be interested in an institutional subscription to Gramophone please click here for further information.

© MA Business and Leisure Ltd. 2016