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Greatest Music in War Films (ANZAC Day Special)

In an ANZAC Day special, we salute the 10 greatest war films of all time and the music that defined them.

Fading Gigolo (John Turturro)

It's Woody Allen versus the Orthodox Jewish cop squad

May Issue of Limelight: Seven Wonders of Shostakovich

The secrets of Shostakovich, Elgar's Asylum music, Dame Kiri's farewell plus Emma Ayres on a bike...

The Grand Budapest Hotel (Wes Anderson)

Wes Anderson cooks up an extravagant Hungarian goulash

Mickey Rooney has died

Legendary Hollywood child-star, TV and musicals actor (and husband of eight), passes away at 93.

'Toons' get a mashup: Gotta guess 'em all!

Carnegie Hall ensemble releases YouTube clip featuring mashup of 43 cartoon favourites.

April Issue of Limelight: Miloš – New Guitar Hero

Montenegrin guitar star Miloš. Plus the 25 top European summer festivals worth travelling for.

March Issue of Limelight: Emma Matthews does Mozart

Australia's leading coloratura talks about her new Mozart CD and how she gets to the top (and stays there).

David Robertson takes a walk in Jurassic Park

The music of John Williams deserves to be heard in the concert hall, says the SSO's new Chief Conductor.

Zarathustra: The universe according to Strauss

Thus Spake Zarathustra is Richard Strauss’ most recognisable work. But what ideas lurk behind the fanfare?

Concert review: Philip Glass's Visitors (Sydney Festival)

Sydney Symphony Orchestra accompany Godfrey Reggio's reflective follow-up to his Qatsi Trilogy.

Limelight’s looking for reviewers

Classical monthly seeks potential critics in Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide and Hobart.

Inside Llewyn Davis (Coen Brothers)

The shadow of Bob Dylan hangs over a folkie rags-to-riches tale.

February Issue of Limelight: The Genius of Vladimir Horowitz

Deconstructing the genius of Vladimir Horowitz – and finding a few surprises along the way.

The Book Thief

More unleavened pain might have lead to more filmic gain.

January issue of Limelight: Recording of the Year 2013

This month our critics choose the year's top 40 classical releases – and pick a winner!

The Book Thief

More unleavened pain might have led to more filmic gain.

A new publisher and new life for Limelight magazine!

It's business as usual for Australia's classical music and arts magazine.

The Railway Man (Firth)

Colin Firth dazzles yet again in prisoner of war drama.

Austenland (Jerusha Hess)

Jane Austen theme park comedy falls somewhat flat.
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