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How to behave at a concert
After much exhaustive research, have provided this useful ten-stage guide for any lover of music.

Awards, examinations, publishers, promoters, recording companies, etc.

  “It’ll still never end up sounding like the Turangalîla-Symphonie. I should be so lucky, and so should they!” meet composer and ondes Martenot player Cynthia Millar.

  The two sides of Matthew Barley
“I love the idea of putting things in a very unusual sound context, to have a little spice around. It makes us see things in such a different light!” Cellist Matthew Barley talks to

  Aspects of Performance Practice meet up with Baroque violinist Pauline Nobes to discuss attitudes towards stylistic awareness of Baroque music when playing the modern violin.

  Into Practice: Choir Training for Beginners
In the second of his series, Jeffrey Makinson looks at warming up, and gives helpful advice on the pitfalls for any choir trainer.

  This month we talk to gifted young pianist Hanja Strydom, a native of South Africa who studied in Bosnia and Germany before coming to the UK.

Edexcel Advanced Level notes: John Tavener
The Lamb
OCR Advanced Level notes: Mendelssohn
Overture to A Midsummer Night’s Dream
New Recordings
Oliver Knussen: Higglety, Pigglety, Pop! and Where the Wild Things Are
Buchan/Saffer/Hardy/et al/London Sinfonietta/ Knussen (Sophie Baker) (Recording of the month)
Thomas Tallis: Missa Salve intemerata
Winchester Cathedral Choir/Scriven/Hill (Peter Syrus)
The Unaccompanied Violin/Nobes
(Stephen Bray)
JS Bach: Organ Masterworks
Franz Hauk (John Woodford)
Gluck: Iphigénie en Tauride
Delunsch/Keenlyside/et al/Minkowski (John Woodford)
Mozart: Piano Concertos K482 and K595
Brendel/Mackerras/SCO (Paul Janes)
Reicha: Lenore
Dolezal/Lenore/Hajossyova/et al//Mati (Alisdair Jamieson)
Beethoven and his pupils; Variations & Bagatelles
Kagan/Pletnev (John Suchet)
Beethoven: String Quartets
The Lindsays (John Suchet)
Hugo Wolf: Goethe Lieder
McGreevy/Johnson (David Jones)
Dawn to Dusk: Ravel and Janácek string quartets
Avalon Quartet (Paul Janes)
Guilmant, Fétis, Boëllmann: Masterworks for Organ and Orchestra
Hauk/Ingolstadt Philharmonic/Koch (Jonathan Scott)
Martinu: Ariane
Lindsley/Phillips/Novak/Czech Philharmonic/Neumann (Alisdair Jamieson)
On This Island
Lynne Dawson/Malcolm Martineau (Gavin Meredith)
Sacred Music by John Rutter
Polyphony/City of London Sinfonia/ Wallace Collection/Lumsden/Layton (Stephen Bray)
Libby Larsen: Orchestral Music
Colorado SO/Alsop/Kinzie (Clark Rundell)
Lowri Blake: Captain Cook’s Cello
(Anwen Lewis)

Olivier Messiaen: Turangalîla Symphony; Francis Poulenc: Organ Concerto
Bridgewater Hall, 25 May 2001 (Ian le Prévost)
Beethoven: Fidelio
Glyndbourne 26 May 2001 (John Suchet)

Ann Bond: A Guide to the Harpsichord, David Rowland: Early Keyboard Instruments: A Practical Guide
(John Woodford)
Michael I Wilson: The Chamber Organ in Britain, 1600-1830
(John Woodford)
Esti Sheinberg: Irony, Satire, Parody and the Grotesque in the Music of Shostakovich
(Paul Janes)

Spectrum 3: An International Collection of 25 Pieces for Solo Piano & accompanying CD
compiled and played by Thalia Myers (Simon Parkin)

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