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Acclaimed Takács Quartet name new second-violinist
Introducing Gramophone's March 2018 issue
Westminster Abbey and the music of Ludford: new podcast with James O'Donnell
Mozart's Violin Concertos: a quick guide to the essential recordings
Károly Schranz retires after four successful decades
Every month Gramophone's playlists explore particular themes and musical connections
Martin Cullingford’s pick of the finest recordings from this month’s reviews
Three highly recommended recordings, one of which won the 2017 Recording of the Year Award
There are more than world records to be found in PyeongChang, reports Peter Quantrill
In the digital age, listeners still want a thought-out, themed recording
James Jolly selects some recent releases including Maurizio Pollini plays Debussy, Andris Nelsons conducts Wagner and the Freiburg Baroque Orchestra play Handel. Plus Hindemith from Marek Janowski, a feast of...
Argerich and Ozawa give us youthful Beethoven, we introduce Australia’s Orava Quartet and the Austrian-Persian cellist Kian Soltani, and sample a fine new recording of Otello - plus a memory...
Beethoven from Murray Perahia, Prokofiev from Lisa Batiashvili, Barber’s Excursions and a suite by Sibelius’s great-grandson, Lauri Porra
The organist and Master of the Choristers on the choir's new recording
The pianist talks about his new album, which includes Rhapsody in Blue and the Concerto in F
The violinist explores the composer's music in our latest podcast
In the latest Gramophone podcast, the Marian Consort's director discusses the group's new album of Marian motets
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