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The best new classical albums: October 2018

Martin Cullingford’s pick of the finest recordings from this month’s reviews
Arvo Pärt and Viktoria Mullova: searching for musical freedom

Arvo Pärt and Viktoria Mullova: searching for musical freedom

In applying her trademark steel and passion to Arvo Pärt’s measured simplicity, Viktoria Mullova has found hidden depths in his music – perhaps because, like Pärt, this violinist knows what it is to experience Soviet repression, writes Andrew Mellor
Video premiere: Víkingur Ólafsson plays Bach

Video premiere: Víkingur Ólafsson plays Bach

Ólafsson plays a prelude from Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier
Orchestra insight: Australian Chamber Orchestra

Orchestra insight: Australian Chamber Orchestra

Our monthly series telling the story behind an orchestra
What is Operetta?

What is Operetta?

Richard Bratby surveys a musical form that can mean different things to different people
The best new music for TV drama: a listener's guide

The best new music for TV drama: a listener's guide

Some of the finest television drama scores of the last two decades are essential listening, with or without the onscreen action, writes James McCarthy
In conversation with Neeme Järvi and his sons Paavo and Kristjan

A conducting dynasty: in conversation with Neeme Järvi and his sons Paavo and Kristjan

With Neeme Järvi having just turned 80 and Estonia marking its centenary, James Jolly seizes the chance to meet Neeme and his sons Paavo and Kristjan – their country’s finest conducting exports
Debussy's La mer: a complete guide to the best recordings

Debussy's La mer: a complete guide to the best recordings

Rob Cowan chooses his top recordings of Debussy’s seascape, which helped establish the composer’s reputation as the founding father of musical modernism
Video: Marianne Crebassa's performance at the Gramophone Awards

Video: Marianne Crebassa sings Duparc at the 2018 Gramophone Classical Music Awards

Marrianne Crebassa and James Baillieu performed Duparc's 'Au Pays où se fait la guerre'

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