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Win a copy of Cala Records' Tenth Anniversary Series, a collection of ten compact discs recorded since the company’s founding in 1990.

"Smartie people are happy people" editor, John Woodford, ponders on present attitudes towards culture in governmental circles.

  Conductor, Geoffrey Simon in conversation with John Woodford
July’s issue reviewed a highly recommended recording, The London Horn Sound, part of the London Sound Series. Editor John Woodford went along to meet with the man behind the project, Cala Records’ Artistic Director, Geoffrey Simon.

Review Article: Alma Rosé: From Vienna to Auschwitz talk to Anita Lasker-Wallfisch concerning Richard Newman’s Holocaust story.

  The Time Has Come — An interview with Paul Cheneour
Last month’s issue included a review of flautist, Paul Cheneour’s CD, The Time Has Come. We contacted Paul, who is renowned for his novel approach to teaching the flute to find out more.

Each month we ask music's high-flyers how they made it to the top.

Head of Music, The Manchester Grammar School for Boys.

Senior Tutor of Vocal Studies, The Royal Northern College of Music. Visiting Professor, The Royal Flemish Conservatoire & The Royal Flemish Opera Studio.

New CDs
Antonio Vivalidi: 12 Sonatas [op.2] for Violin and Continuo (Recording of the month)
Stephen Dodgson: Piano Sonatas Volume 1
Kapustin Piano Music
Villa-Lobos Piano Music
Songs of Robert Schumann: 4
Brussels 5557
Francisco Guerrero: Vespers for All Saints
Debussy – Engulfed Cathedral & Night in Granada
The Golden Age of Singing Volume 1: 1900-1910/Volume 2: 1910-1920

Bach: The Orgelbüchlein
Bach: An Extraordinary Life
Opera and Song Books Published in England: 1703-1726
Purcell Manuscripts: The Principal Musical Sources

Educational Material
ABC of Aural Awareness

So you want to teach the piano, eh?...2
Sight-Reading - A trying time for teacher and pupil

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