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Icon: David Oistrakh

Icon: David Oistrakh

Tully Potter focuses on the Soviet all-rounder violinist who left a vast recorded legacy, shone most brightly in Russian works and inspired big-name composers to write for him
Video: Artur Schnabel – the true spirit of Beethoven

Video: Artur Schnabel – the true spirit of Beethoven

Rob Cowan listens to Schnabel's legendary recordings of Beethoven's piano sonatas

Editor's Choice – the best new classical albums: November 2019

Editor Martin Cullingford’s pick of the finest recordings from this month’s reviews, featuring Beatrice Rana, Simon Rattle and Paul McCreesh
Video of the day: James Jolly on Giulini's recording of Beethoven's Eroica

Video of the day: James Jolly on Giulini's recording of Beethoven's Eroica

James reflects on Giulini's recording for DG of Beethoven's Eroica Symphony with the LA Philharmonic
Christian Tetzlaff:  ‘I think Sibelius did for his century what Beethoven did for his’

Christian Tetzlaff: ‘I think Sibelius did for his century what Beethoven did for his’

As Christian Tetzlaff returns to the Beethoven and Sibelius violin concertos, James Jolly finds out why he’s considered one of the greatest violinists of our time
Is Naim's Mu‑so 2 the best all-in-one system on the market?

Is Naim's Mu‑so 2 the best all-in-one system on the market?

Not so much updated as completely reinvented, despite the similar looks, the new version of Naim’s all-in-one system is an even more attractive buy
Early Music: new Radio 3 series celebrates the pioneers and performers

Early Music: new Radio 3 series celebrates the pioneers

Inspired by the series? Explore a decade of Gramophone Early Music Award winners
Video of the day: To My Younger Self... with Joyce DiDonato

Video of the day: To My Younger Self... with Joyce DiDonato

Joyce DiDonato offers valuable advice to her younger self, and to young performers everywhere
Forgotten symphonies: the hidden giants of American music

Forgotten symphonies: the hidden giants of American music

Bernstein, Barber and buddies were terrific symphonists, but what about their lesser-known 20th-century compatriots? Gerard Schwarz flies the flag for music that deserves wider acclaim

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