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Wed Aug 6 2003

First of three from Debussy
The first part of David Shifrin's delectable recording of Debussy's complete clarinet music debuts on GMN this week... Read More
Wed May 22 2002

Oh! can that boy foxtrot!
Often portrayed as a rather down-in-the-mouth composer who poured his sorrows and anger at the Soviet regime into his music, there's a lighter side to Shostakovich that rarely gets an airing... Read More
Thu May 16 2002

Berlioz and Beelzebub
Few other composers were have been as stimulated by literature as the Frenchman Hector Berlioz. And few conductors as stimulated by Berlioz's music as Valery Gergiev... Read More
Sun Apr 21 2002

An English Orpheus
The lyrics and literature of the British Isles have long been an inspiration for composers and artists alike. Beknighted Baritone, Sir Thomas Allen interprets some classic and a few lesser-known English poems with characteristic brilliance... Read More
Wed Apr 10 2002

Who gives a damn about Kurt Weill?
It’s difficult to believe that a composer brought up in the great European classical tradition could ever have laid claim to the statement, “I don’t give a damn about posterity”. But lay claim to this Kurt Weill did. Read More
Wed Mar 20 2002

Beethoven Strikes back!
After Napoleon Bonaparte crowned himself Emperor of France in 1804, Beethoven, furious at the turn-coat tyrant, scratched out the dedication of his ground-breaking third symphony to Bonaparte and substituted the legend, Read More
Tue Mar 12 2002

Wagner - Monster or Magician?
Wagner, a man who knew what he wanted and how to get it, has always been the most controversial figure on the musical scene. From his time to ours, the man (and his music) has attracted as many detractors as devoted fans... Read More
Thu Jan 24 2002

Mr Langridge at Vauxhall Gardens
GMN welcomes the superb British tenor, Philip Langridge in a program of utterly delightful creations from Georgian England - settings of poetry from Shakespeare to Gray's Elegy. Music that may well have been heard in the Pleasure Gardens of old England.. Read More
Mon Jan 7 2002

A Renaissance Offering
Trinity College offer a rare stocking-filler this Yuletide with their GMN recording of one of Renaissance master Palestrina's greatest works - Offertoria Read More
Fri Aug 10 2001

Chinese Firecracker
Chinese baritone Liao Chong Yang has friends in high places and higher voice ranges after winning Operalia. With Alberto Vilar and Placido Domingo as admirers, it's little wonder this is a voice in a million... Read More
Wed May 15 2002

The Sixteen - Hallelujah for Hodie!
The Sixteen exhibit the kind of singing that sees CDs being grabbed from shelves in record shops all over. Just listen... Read More
Mon Dec 10 2001

One Baritone-a-reminiscing...
Our second Christmas release this week brings one baritone reveling in English song, in this case Stephen Roberts doorsteps us with the evocative songs of Ralph Vaughan Williams... Read More
Mon Dec 3 2001

30 Choristers-a-Caroling...
What other music can be routinely heard, year in, year out, in the most solemn cathedrals, on street corners, in humble homes and rough-and-tumble bars the world over? Read More
Thu Dec 6 2001

Stravinsky Collection Volume 3 - Now available!
This week GMN exclusively release the latest volume in David Atherton's pick of Stravinsky's orchestral and chamber music. The cinema, jazz, Broadway musicals and a fledgling American ballet company all have a part to play Read More
Mon Dec 3 2001

A box in the Opera with Callas, Caballé and Co.
100 of the world's classiest opera arias, duets and overtures, performed by the classs acts of the last 50 years - an unmissable offer from GMN... Read More
Fri Jul 27 2001

Dmitri Hvorostovsky debuts as GMN Family Artist
Silver haired and silver toned, Siberian Bartione, Dmitri Hvorostovsky debuts on GMN with tasters from a brace of Russian Song cycles... Read More
Fri Oct 5 2001

The loose Priest and a couple of big wigs
A devout Lutheran, an operatic operator and a loose-living fiery-haired priest bring you Baroque pleasures beyond compare... Read More
Fri Aug 31 2001

Domingo, Carreras, Gorchakova exclusive material coming to GMN
High on the success of our initial batch of GMN Live Collection CDs - with seven more superb discs due out this Friday - we detail plans for future releases... Read More
Fri Aug 31 2001

Hell's Belles - Nuns in Orgy Shocker!
A valiant and love-lorn knight, a damsel distressed by demons, a medieval magician, a regurgitated servant boy, Faust, sex with Satan and a frenzied orgy in a nunnery. Something for everybody in Prokofiev's nasty little shock-opera... Read More
Tue Oct 30 2001

Götterdämmerung for the Sofiensaal
The sad news reported by GMN News recently that one of the great recording venues, Vienna's Sofiensaal, had been consumed by fire leads us to take a look at one of the finest acoustics of the recording era... Read More
Fri Aug 31 2001

GMN announce Gramophone Award Winners
GMN announce the winners of 2001's Gramophone Awards, presented on Friday 19 October. The year's most important contributions to the art of recording revealed... Read More
Fri Oct 19 2001

English Song's forgotten Master revealed!
GMN celebrate the Centenary of one of England's finest, but least known song composers this year with a new CD of a master of English Song - Gerald Finzi, born 14 July 1901... Read More
Fri Jul 20 2001

Toccata - Classical music's cat on a hot tin roof!
Time for GMN's artists to let down their hair, strut their stuff and, frankly, show off their incredible talents in a torrent of toccatas from Monteverdi to the...mobile phone? Read More
Fri Jul 20 2001

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