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Conductor Christophe Rousset explains why he has recorded Salieri's French Revolution opera
A unique commemoration of the WW1 centenary from the Royal Hospital Chelsea
Moritz Eggert explains how he came to write Muzak
Edward Wickham explores the qualities that make for a successful musical setting for children
Boris Giltburg spent all night playing Rachmaninov for a very special film, revealed here!
Christopher Purves introduces 'Finest Arias for Base Voice, Vol 2'
Alan Davey explains why BBC Radio 3 are pioneering new recording techniques for a very special broadcast
How rethinking a performance can give audiences an extra evocative element
How wandering from the beaten track can lead to some remarkable musical discoveries
'The composers who break new choral ground are often those who are not so familiar with the medium'

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