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The latest shift in format is just that – the latest. But streaming asks questions of record collectors that haven’t been asked since the first gramophone records were pressed
There should be no barriers for anyone who wants to make music
A report from the recording of Richard Blackford's Niobe, with a behind-the-scenes film
A recent trip to The Grange Festival saw opera audiences being challenged by dance – and enjoying it, writes Sarah Kirkup
Following a Musicians’ Union report on the perilous financial situation of many UK musicians, Sarah Kirkup writes from personal experience about why this is a profession that, more than most, deserves to be championed
Gramophone's Editor introduces the December issue
'Great music doesn’t reveal itself to us all in one go, it slowly seeps into our souls'
In the Internet age, only fresh thinking and new emphases will ensure the record store survives – and flourishes
What does Beethoven performance sound like today?

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