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Bernstein and Armstrong – music without boundaries
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Strauss’s Also sprach Zarathustra – which recording is best?
The complete guide to Beethoven's symphonies
Gramophone Editor’s Choice recordings – November 2014
The first 'EFG Gramophone Conversation at Foyles' will take place on Thursday, December 11 at 7pm
Bernstein and Armstrong trampled over musical boundaries – and so should our orchestras and opera companies
Strauss’s tone-poem may have been hijacked by the movies but there’s far more to the score than that famous sunrise, argues Philip Clark, as he seeks the finest recording
The symphonies explored by nine leading conductors: Norrington, Zinman, Jansons, Vänskä, Gardiner, Iván Fischer, Tilson Thomas, Paavo Järvi and Chailly
A tense recording session as soloists Christine Rice and Roderick Williams join the Choir of Westminster Abbey, the Britten Sinfonia and conductor James O'Donnell
The good news is that there are a lot of composers out there. The bad news: much of their music will go unheard
Life, like music, isn't just about the beginning and the end, but the journey in between
Morton Feldman and 'Detours Which Have To Be Investigated'
Why dancing to a CD recording should never replace live accompaniment
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