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Daniele Gatti at the Concertgebouw - the promise of things to come
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Daniele Gatti at the Concertgebouw - the promise of things to come

It's all change at the top in the orchestral world, but Amsterdam have shown some imagination with their new musical boss-to-be, writes James Jolly

The art of the conductor
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The art of the conductor

Geoffrey Norris talks to six leading maestros in his quest to discover what makes a conductor a true master of their art

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Joby Talbot talks about his groundbreaking ballet score for The Winter's Tale

The composer reveals the challenges of fusing classical and world music in his most recent piece for the Royal Ballet

Mozart – the greatest composer of all?
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Mozart – the greatest composer of all?

David Vickers talks to leading Mozartians – including Sir John Eliot Gardiner, Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Sir Neville Marriner, Sir Roger Norrington and Mitsuko Uchida – about Mozart's extraordinary musical legacy

Top 10 blunders by music critics
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Top 10 blunders by music critics

Great composers and established masterpieces have not always been recognised as such by music critics. Jeremy Nicholas chooses his favourite critical clangers

My Music: Hans Zimmer
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My Music: Hans Zimmer

The musical passions of Hans Zimmer, whose score for Interstellar was nominated for an Oscar today

Top 10 solo viola works
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Top 10 viola works

The viola as a solo instrument really came into its own in the 20th century. Duncan Druce offers a specialist's guide to the ten best recordings

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Béla Bartók – the life and music of the Hungarian maverick

Béla Bartók’s music takes listeners on a journey through folklore and fantasy. Rob Cowan offers a guide to exploring his compelling genius

John Adams: The Gospel according to the Other Mary
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Win copies of John Adams's The Gospel According to the Other Mary

Gramophone has 20 copies of John Adams's The Gospel According to the Other Mary to give away. Enter the prize draw to win!

Prokofiev's Peter and the Wolf – which recording should you buy?
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Prokofiev's Peter and the Wolf – which recording is best?

Peter and the Wolf is a work of considerable charm for people of all ages. Jeremy Nicholas enters the menagerie of recordings on offer

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