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Gramophone, April 1931
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Rachmaninov on the future of radio (Gramophone, April 1931)

For the last 90 years Gramophone has built up an unrivalled collection of interviews with the leading classical artists and composers of the 20th and 21st centuries. From October 30 you will be able to read every page of every issue of Gramophone since 1923 on your iPad, iPhone or desktop computer as part of your digital magazine subscription.

Gramophone (August 1934)
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Stravinsky on his life as a composer (Gramophone, August 1934)

For the last 90 years Gramophone has built up an unrivalled collection of interviews with the leading classical artists and composers of the 20th and 21st centuries. You can now read every page of every issue of Gramophone since 1923 on your iPad, iPhone or desktop computer as part of your digital magazine subscription.

Yannick Nézet-Séguin spoke about becomming Philadelphia Orchestra music director
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In conversation with Yannick Nézet-Séguin

Yannick Nézet-Séguin, the 37-year-old French Canadian maestro whose meteoric rise has astonished the music world, just took over as the Philadelphia Orchestra ’s eighth music director. Last Thursday, he took the time to speak with AJ Goldmann on the eve of opening the 2012-2013 season with a gala concert that featured Brahms’s Fourth Symphony, Ravel’s Shéhérazade and ‘Mein Elemer’ from Strauss’s Arabella, sung by Renée Fleming.

Parry's choral works on Chandos
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Session Report: Parry's Choral Music

For most people, Sir Charles Hubert Hastings Parry probably means little more than Jerusalem , perhaps I Was Glad or even Blest Pair of Sirens . So it’s gratifying that, for the first time, a disc devoted to largely unknown music by the composer has being making significant inroads on the classical charts.

Komische Oper Berlin will stage L'Orfeo as part of its Monteverdi triolgy (photo
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Winds of Change at the Komische Oper Berlin

In September, the Komische Oper Berlin opened its new season with one of the most ambitious premieres in recent memory: a 12-hour-long marathon performance of Monteverdi’s three complete extant operas: L’Orfeo , Il ritorno d’Ulisse in patria and L’incoronazione di Poppea . Not only were the three operas back-to-back premiere productions; they also featured fresh instrumentation by the Uzbeki-Australian composer Elena Kats-Chernin.

The Gramophone Choice - Peter Grimes

Peter Grimes is one Benjamin Britten's most celebrated and well loved creations. We explore the various versions of his great work that we believe are worth considering for your collection.

The Gramophone Choice - Owen Wingrave

These are some of the finest versions of Britten's Owen Wingrave currently available and that we suggest are worth addition to your music collection.

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