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Arthur Rubinstein – wine, women and the piano

Arthur Rubinstein – wine, women and the piano

For professional pianists and amateurs alike, Arthur Rubinstein's artistry was a thing of wonder, a touch that combined exquisite control with a feeling of tremendous ease, says Bryce Morrison

Top 10 Rubinstein recordings

A beginner's guide to some of the finest Rubinstein recordings currently available

Competition: win three classic Claudio Abbado box-sets from Deutsche Grammophon

Win Abbado's classic Beethoven, Haydn and Mendelssohn recordings
Claudio Abbado – a tribute

Claudio Abbado – a tribute

His insistence that he was on an equal level to his musicians resulted in radiant music-making that was totally free of ego, writes James Jolly in a tribute to the late, great Claudio Abbado
Interview: inside the Don Carlos sessions with Claudio Abbado

Classic interview: inside the Don Carlos sessions with Claudio Abbado

Michael Oliver had privileged access to Abbado's recording of Verdi's Don Carlos with Domingo in 1985
Full report: Hamburg’s Elbphilharmonie opens at last

Full report: Hamburg’s Elbphilharmonie opens at last

The controversial and gargantuan project in Germany’s second largest city has finally hosted its first concerts, and Andrew Mellor was there for Gramophone

Top 10 Claudio Abbado recordings

A beginner's guide to the finest Claudio Abbado recordings currently available
Competition: win the complete Haydn symphonies box-set

Competition: win the complete Haydn symphonies box-set from Decca Classics

The first complete Haydn symphony-cycle on period instruments, on 35 discs, is yours to win!

The best recordings of Shostakovich's Symphony No 10

Love it or hate it, the work has attracted countless interpreters – from both the East and the West. David Gutman relishes these aural riches
Rediscovering Haydn's symphonies, period style

Rediscovering Haydn's symphonies, period style

Ottavio Dantone’s recording Haydn’s Symphonies Nos 79 and 81 is further evidence that, on period instruments especially, Haydn sounds fiercely original, writes Richard Wigmore

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