September 2014

This very special Gramophone Awards issue is our largest issue of the year. More than 150 pages of the world's best classical music reviews and features, plus a complete guide to this year's Gramophone Award-winners, with contributions from Riccardo Chailly, Emmanuel Pahud, Murray Perahia and Leonidas Kavakos. Also in this issue:

● Pianist Leif Ove Andsnes talks to Geoffrey Norris about recording Beethoven's Fifth Piano Concerto, the final stop in his 'Beethoven Journey'

● Get to know the works and inspirations of the new Master of the Queen's Music, Judith Weir, in a fascinating profile by Guy Rickards

Quartetto Italiano's 1967 recording of Beethoven's String Quartet No 15, Op 132, is the revisited by Rob Cowan and Caroline Gill – does the recording deserve its 'classic' status?

● Jeremy Nicholas gives a specialist's guide to the greatest works for organ and orchestra

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