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James Jolly's weekly playlist includes Reynaldo Hahn chamber music, Brendel in Haydn and Schumann, stunning Gershwin from Kyrill Gerstein and a Mozart violin concerto from Nicolaj Znaider
Sound Designer Ian Dearden explains how he went about recording Drumming with the Colin Currie Group
The composer introduces a project exploring the search for the sacred in contemporary composition
James Jolly's weekly playlist includes Rachmaninov from Jansons, Stravinsky from Melnikov, Rautavaara from Tetzlaff, Gounod from Niquet and Respighi from Neschling
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 Bernstein, and Verdi from Anita Rachvelishvili
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 of the late Jóhann Jóhannson.
Beethoven from Murray Perahia, Prokofiev from Lisa Batiashvili, Barber’s Excursions and a suite by Sibelius’s great-grandson, Lauri Porra
The run of terrific piano recordings continues with a magical Mozart piano concerto from Piotr Anderszewski, impressive late Beethoven from James Rhodes and a taster of a life-enhancing Beethoven First Concerto from Martha Argerich
Having edited a music magazine, James Inverne found writing about music for the stage harder than expected - with music itself the main dilemma

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