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- Jan 19, 2011
My childhood Saturday afternoons were more often than not spent playing the notes for my choirmaster Robert Boughen as he tuned the organs of Brisbane. I thus consider myself fairly knowledgeable about the “King of Instruments” but clearly I have not kept entirely up to date.
- Jan 19, 2011
These re-releases of the original Argo recordings of Michael Nyman’s groundbreaking CD releases are a welcome sight.
- Jan 19, 2011
These re-releases of the original Argo recordings of Michael Nyman’s groundbreaking CD releases are a welcome sight.
- Jan 19, 2011
James Ehnes dazzles on this oustanding CD.
- Jan 19, 2011
Not a dull moment on this in-your-face CD.
- Jan 19, 2011
The Seven Last Words (or to be more accurate the seven last utterances) of Christ have long fascinated composers, starting with Heinrich Schütz in 1645, then of course Haydn’s most famous setting in 1787, César Franck’s in 1859 and then in our time Sofia Gubaidulina’s Seven Words in 1982 and James MacMillan’s setting here in 1993.
- Jan 19, 2011
Pelle Gudmundsen-Holmgreen is the other Danish composer, just behind Per Nørgard in terms of global recognition.
- Jan 19, 2011
This is the third Nonesuch retrospective “Box” following the highly acclaimed Reich Box in 1995 and the John Adams Earbox in 1999.
- Jan 19, 2011
Musicians have been trying to change the world in subtle ways for centuries but it was not until the 20th century that artists began to see this as their core responsibility.
- Jan 20, 2011
With this disc Vladimir Ashkenazy bestows a great gift to music lovers by returning so many of Rachmaninov’s early long-lost instrumental works to the fold.
- Jan 20, 2011
There are few things in life which don’t begin to diminish with repeated experience.
- Jan 20, 2011
There are few things in life which don’t begin to diminish with repeated experience.
- Jan 20, 2011
Sweet sounds from the young British violinist.
- Jan 20, 2011
Over the last decade, through their Australian Composer Series the Tasmanian Symphony has done more to promote Australian music than the Sydney, Melbourne, Queensland, West Australian Orchestras and Opera Australia combined.
- Nov 15, 2015
- Classical Music, Orchestral
Chris Latham discusses the impact of the technological miracle from 1910 that changed the way we listen for ever.
- Sep 28, 2017
- Classical Music, Opera
Chris Latham's chamber opera about the women who served as nurses in WWI was inspired by his suffragette grandmother.

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