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CONTENTS Volume 100 Number 12 17

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EDITOR’S CHOICE

The 12 most highly recommended recordings reviewed in this issue

RECORDING OF THE MONTH Mark Pullinger is thrilled to hear a stunning debut album from Chilean-American tenor Jonathan Tetelman, with a range of operatic arias sung with stylish aplomb and characterisation

ORCHESTRAL

A selection of recent Bruckner albums; more Pettersson from Christian Lindberg; Håkan Hardenberger plays French trumpet concertos

CHAMBER

The Takács Quartet complete their Haydn journey; a colourful album from Plínio Fernandes

INSTRUMENTAL

Mark Viner’s Alkan odyssey; Martin Jones plays Daniel Jones; Sean Shibe’s ‘Lost & Found’

VOCAL

Works for tenor by Nico Muhly; Timothy Fallon sings Respighi; Fatma Said’s ‘Kaleidoscope’

ONLINE CONCERTS & EVENTS Andrew Mellor recommends some online viewing

OPERA

A fine Rimsky-Korsakov DVD; Schütz’s Dafne

JAZZ & WORLD MUSIC

Reviews from our sister titles Jazzwise and Songlines

REISSUES

Vladimir Ashkenazy’s complete solo recordings

BOX-SET ROUND-UP

REPLAY

Rob Cowan on recent releases from the archives

CLASSICS RECONSIDERED David Gutman and Andrew Achenbach revist Sir Adrian Boult’s LSO RVW Symphony No 6

BOOKS

Tom Service’s listening guide; The War on Music

GRAMOPHONE COLLECTION Richard Whitehouse explores the recorded catalogue of Debussy’s ‘poème dansé’ Jeux

REVIEWS INDEX

FOR THE RECORD

The latest news – plus a catch-up with pianist Lang Lang about his new Disney album, a step behind the scenes of Berlin’s Teldex studio, and James Jolly meets the man behind the Verbier Festival, Martin T:son Engstroem

LETTERS AND OBITUARIES Sibelius’s Seventh on record, the career of Bramwell Tovey, and tributes to Andrew Ball, Alice Harnoncourt and Stefan Soltész

RALPH VAUGHAN WILLIAMS To mark the 150th anniversary of the composer’s birth, Richard Bratby assesses his legacy in terms of his impact on the generations of composers that followed, through some fascinating coversations with a number of them

THE MUSIC OF OWAIN PARK As both conductor of The Gesualdo Six and a composer, the young musician Owain Park has already made an impressive impact on choral music. Alexandra Coghlan meets him

AWARDS SHORTLIST

Which albums are in contention this year?

SEASON PREVIEW

Our guide to the best events throughout the world as the 2022/23 season gets underway

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MUSICIAN AND THE SCORE Oliver Soden talks to Edward Gardner about the conductor’s new recording of Tippett’s opera The Midsummer Marriage

ICONS

Jeremy Nicholas remembers the great Earl Wild

CONTEMPORARY COMPOSERS Jonathan Shipley explores the music of – and recommends some albums by – Angélica Negrón

HIGH FIDELITY

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The latest from the world of audio equipment

MY MUSIC

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Poet George Szirtes on links between language and music, and the power of Beethoven quartets

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