June 2016 – Contents
Highlights from the June issue of Gramophone
As the worlds of music and culture celebrate the 150th birthday of Erik Satie, Peter Quantrill explores the genius of this eccentric, unique and misunderstood French composer – whose music is often more complex than it may at first appear
Hall of Fame 2016
For the fifth year, Gramophone welcomes a host of significant artists to our Hall of Fame. Which 10 musicians have won the public vote in 2016?
David Vickers speaks to Andrea de Carlo, the musician who’s on a mission to raise the profile of the pioneering composer Alessandro Stradella
Finzi’s Clarinet Concerto
It took almost three decades for this 1949 work to be recorded, and even then there’s been more of a steady trickle than a glut of further offerings. Most, however, are worthy of a listen, discovers Mark Pullinger
Add to all that the latest reviews, including Recording of the Month, by our expert panel of critics and you'll find a June issue that's a fascinating read from start to finish.
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