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Vocal & Choral

Brett Weymark enjoys exploring the ripe choral masterpiece that the Countess of Albermarle pronounced "disgusting".
How did Rosetti's Requiem come to be chosen for Mozart’s memorial and why has it largely disappeared?
The French conductor, whose Daphnis is our Recording of the Month, explains how symphonic music serves the dance.
For over a century composers have been drawn to Goethe's Wilhelm Meister and the enigmatic songs of the waif-like Mignon.
The English conductor gives his take on whether the French composer was rascal, monk, or both.
The baritone on the operas he could live without and what went wrong when he tried to clutch an Aida's arm.
Director of the new HIP Bach Akademie Australia, Madeleine Easton explains (with help from John Eliot Gardiner).
★★★★☆ Symphony for one: Mahler’s song cycle gets the full Kaufmann treatment.
The Canadian bass-baritone says there's no excuse for the Finnish composer's songs not to be present in more recital programmes.
Currently singing with the OA chorus in Carmen, young soprano Laura Scandizzo is about to perform Race for the Sky.

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