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Gramophone has been the world's authority on classical music since 1923. Delivering trusted classical music reviews and intelligent, independent editorial, Gramaphone's globally acclaimed writers keep you informed and entertained in equal measure each month.


Devoted entirely to the art of classical music, each month Gramophone readers can look forward to a magazine packed with features across all classical music genres - enriching your classical music experience and connecting you with the truly great recordings from past and present.

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Gramophone  |  March 2016  


In the March issue of Gramophone, on sale from February 26, we celebrate two new Dvořák recordings: the Violin Concerto from Christian Tetzlaff and the Piano Concerto from Stephen Hough. Why, asks Hannah Nepil, do these early works tend to be neglected when they are in fact all the more charming for their childlike naivety?

Elsewhere in the issue, Editor Martin Cullingford speaks to Stephen Layton as he celebrates 10 years as Director of Music of Trinity College, Cambridge, with a new Howells recording, and Philip Clark looks at how Harrison Birtwistle’s Earth Dances of 1986 paved the way for a new wave of British composers who liked to bend the rules. Add to all that the latest reviews by our expert panel of critics, including Recording of the Month, and you'll find a March issue that's a fascinating and informative read from beginning to end.

Originally published over 90 years ago in 1923, Gramophone magazine has been furnishing music fans with highly respected reviews and critical analysis spanning all genres of classical music ever since. Each issue contains highly recommended recordings of the month that you just can’t miss, with interesting and insightful features that explore the greater depth of the recordings and scores.


Whether it’s news, reviews, features or playlists, Gramophone magazine gives readers everything the world of classical music has to offer. As the ‘world’s leading authority on classical music’, you can expect to find all-revealing interviews with the biggest names in classical music alongside the celebration of iconic composers and musicians such as Mozart and Beethoven.


With a reputation founded on acclaimed critical analyses of the latest CD releases, you can expect independent and intelligent editorial with over 150 reviews in each issue. What’s more, subscribers to Gramophone magazine will also enjoy unparalleled and comprehensive coverage of upcoming performances and live events in the UK and around the world - so you’ll know what to book!  


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Gramophone   |   March 2016   


In the March issue of Gramophone, on sale from February 26, we celebrate two new Dvořák recordings: the Violin Concerto from Christian Tetzlaff and the Piano Concerto from Stephen Hough. Why, asks Hannah Nepil, do these early works tend to be neglected when they are in fact all the more charming for their childlike naivety?

Elsewhere in the issue, Editor Martin Cullingford speaks to Stephen Layton as he celebrates 10 years as Director of Music of Trinity College, Cambridge, with a new Howells recording, and Philip Clark looks at how Harrison Birtwistle’s Earth Dances of 1986 paved the way for a new wave of British composers who liked to bend the rules. Add to all that the latest reviews by our expert panel of critics, including Recording of the Month, and you'll find a March issue that's a fascinating and informative read from beginning to end.
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You'll receive 13 issues during a 1 year Gramophone magazine print subscription.
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