Introducing Gramophone's April 2017 issue
This week: explore the art of the countertenor
Emily Dickinson – musical inspiration
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To coincide with our latest issue, which features a wide-ranging interview with Philippe Jaroussky, we take a close look at countertenors past and present
Insights into the special demands of singing Handel's music for countertenors today
Richard Wigmore pays tribute to the pioneering singer who revived the countertenor voice
Iestyn Davies is in demand as a recitalist, opera singer and West End star. But, says Lindsay Kemp, now with a Bach disc to add to his name, this countertenor still has his feet firmly on the ground
Are we experiencing a Golden Age of countertenor singing? The recordings highlighted here would certainly seem to suggest so...
Peter Phillips, the founder and director of The Tallis Scholars, on why the 500th anniversary of the death of Heinrich Isaac should not pass unnoticed
BBC Radio 3's Controller on why life should be lived at a slower speed
What does Beethoven performance sound like today?
Michael McManus, the author of this month's Rostropovich cover story, recalls his time with the great musician
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