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A session report by Humphrey Burton first featured in the April 1985 edition
The Labour politician on combining being Shadow Chancellor with learning the piano, and the terror of performing Schumann in concert
Martin Cullingford’s pick of the finest recordings from this month’s reviews
Every month Gramophone's playlists explore particular themes and take you on a musical journey
John Cage was more excited by traffic noise on sixth avenue than by the music of Mozart. Philip Clark absorbs the sounds surrounding the composer’s New York apartment to understand why Cage wrote what he did
The original Gramophone obituary from December 1957, by Harold Rutland
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In 1981 Gramophone's Robert Layton spoke to Herbert von Karajan about the conductor's special affinity with Sibelius's music...
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