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The photos above are taken from Clare Norburn's new concert drama Breaking the Rules: the imagined testimony of Carlo Gesualdo, composer and murderer. This production,...
There's much more to Saint-Saëns than the Carnival of the Animals, as these outstanding recordings amply demonstrate
Every month Gramophone's playlists explore particular themes and take you on a musical journey
Martin Cullingford’s pick of the finest recordings from this month’s reviews
When the 19th-century symphonic composers were drawn to Shakespeare, some remarkable concert works resulted, writes Tim Ashley.
Many of Ives's works present unique challenges for the performers brave and dedicated enough to tackle them, let alone commit them to disc. Here are some of the finest Ives recordings in the catalogue...
In 1980 Julian Lloyd Webber undertook a revealing and wide-ranging interview with Yehudi Menuhin that was never published, until now...
John Steane on how the Bard inspired composers - and how music, in turn, inspired him
We select ten of the greatest composers England has produced (and some recommended recordings)
The comedian and playwright on the need for music education and her love of choirs
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