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Top 10 Rostropovich recordings

Top 10 Rostropovich recordings

Ten essential recordings, featuring Rostropovich as cellist and conductor
On the road with Rostropovich, by Steven Isserlis

On the road with Rostropovich, by Steven Isserlis

He may be a star cellist, but Steven Isserlis is also a huge Rostropovich fan. So, when he went to San Francisco to play Britten under his hero’s baton in 2007, he kept a journal…
Gramophone obituary: Mstislav Rostropovich

Gramophone obituary: Mstislav Rostropovich

Tully Potter pays tribute to the great cellist, Gramophone, July 2007
Best new classical albums – March 2017

Best new classical albums – March 2017

The finest recordings from this month's reviews, chosen by Martin Cullingford
Video exclusive: Víkingur Ólafsson plays Philip Glass

Video exclusive: Víkingur Ólafsson plays Philip Glass

Olafsson performs Glass's Etude No 14 from his DG debut album
Martinů on record

Martinů on record

The story of a composer who always enjoyed a close relationship with the record industry
Debate: When is film music ‘classical’?

Debate: When is film music ‘classical’?

Classical composers Philip Glass and John Corigliano have both had success scoring for the big screen. They debate that relationship with Jed Distler in New York
Ennio Morricone – my inspiration, by Hans Zimmer

Ennio Morricone – my inspiration, by Hans Zimmer

One of the world’s most successful film music composers, Hans Zimmer, reflects on what makes Ennio Morricone the greatest (Gramophone, April 2011)

Reputations: Bernard Herrmann

Despite his struggle for acceptance in the concert-hall, Herrmann's triumphs on the cinema screen secure him a place in the composer's pantheon, argues Nick Shave

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