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MM Music Top 10
In the July issue of Gramophone, Nicola Benedetti articulated some of the most honest, considered an...
MacMillan: Since it was the day of Preparation … – Hebrides Ensemble; Synergy Vocals; Brindley Sherratt
This work received its world premiere performance in Greyfriars Kirk during the 2012 Edinburgh Inter...
George Butterworth was an English composer of great promise. When studying classics at Oxford he spe...
Delphian stalwart John Kitchen has now served for thirteen years as Edinburgh City Organist and t...
John Dowland’s gifts as an exceptional melodist are evident throughout Lachrimae or Seven Tears...
Jordi Savall examines 500 years of history in this portrait of a city that symbolises like no oth...
For generations Bellini’s “Norma” has been looked at from the vantage point of the Verismo ...
Giltburg’s previous ventures on Naxos (Schumann and Beethoven) gave a hint at his deep artistr...