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Songlines Music Awards 2021 Winners’ Announcement
Join us at 10am (BST) on May 13, 2021 for the announcement of the winners in this year’s Songlines Music Awards in the categories: Africa & Middle East, Americas, Europe, Asia & Pacific, Fusion, Best Artist and Best Group. For more information on the awards and details of all of this year’s nominees, visit https://ift.tt/3dKYgGL

Music by Bab L’Bluz – Ila Mata

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New video by Songlines on YouTube

Songlines Music Awards 2021 Winners’ Announcement
Join us at 10am (BST) on May 13, 2021 for the announcement of the winners in this year’s Songlines Music Awards in the categories: Africa & Middle East, Americas, Europe, Asia & Pacific, Fusion, Best Artist and Best Group. For more information on the awards and details of all of this year’s nominees, visit https://ift.tt/3dKYgGL

Music by Bab L’Bluz – Ila Mata

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New video by RecordStoreDayUK on YouTube

Behind The Counter Series 2 Trailer
Behind The Counter is back with a second series showcasing some of the UK’s most loved independent record shops.

In partnership with Classic Album Sundays and Bowers & Wilkins.

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New video by Gramophone on YouTube

Mozart’s Symphony No 41, ‘Jupiter’: 10 Great Recordings
Rob Cowan and James Jolly choose a few of their favourite recordings of Mozart’s Symphony No 41, ‘Jupiter’, compare notes, and ask: What makes a great Mozart conductor? What is musical integrity? How fast is too fast? And much more…

Never miss an issue of the world’s leading classical music magazine – subscribe to Gramophone today:
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Musical extracts: 
0:00 – Chamber Orchestra of Europe / Solti (Decca)
1:00 – Ensemble Appassionato / Herzog (Naïve) – and see below…
12:09 – Philharmonia Orchestra / Klemperer (Warner Classics)
15:16 – Scottish Chamber Orchestra / Mackerras (Linn)
16:34 – Budapest Festival Orchestra / Iván Fischer (Hungaroton)
23:08 – Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra / Kubelík (Orfeo)
32:04 – Orchestra Mozart / Abbado (DG)
36:47 – Royal Philharmonic Orchestra / Beecham (Warner Classics)
40:18 – Ensemble Appassionato / Herzog (Naïve)
44:37 – Cleveland Orchestra / Szell (Sony Classical)
49:24 – English Baroque Soloists / John Eliot Gardiner (SDG)

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New video by Gramophone on YouTube

Mozart’s Symphony No 41, ‘Jupiter’: 10 Great Recordings
Rob Cowan and James Jolly choose a few of their favourite recordings of Mozart’s Symphony No 41, ‘Jupiter’, compare notes, and ask: What makes a great Mozart conductor? What is musical integrity? How fast is too fast? And much more…

Never miss an issue of the world’s leading classical music magazine – subscribe to Gramophone today:
https://ift.tt/2sOSCyY

Musical extracts: 
0:00 – Chamber Orchestra of Europe / Solti (Decca)
1:00 – Ensemble Appassionato / Herzog (Naïve) – and see below…
12:09 – Philharmonia Orchestra / Klemperer (Warner Classics)
15:16 – Scottish Chamber Orchestra / Mackerras (Linn)
16:34 – Budapest Festival Orchestra / Iván Fischer (Hungaroton)
23:08 – Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra / Kubelík (Orfeo)
32:04 – Orchestra Mozart / Abbado (DG)
36:47 – Royal Philharmonic Orchestra / Beecham (Warner Classics)
40:18 – Ensemble Appassionato / Herzog (Naïve)
44:37 – Cleveland Orchestra / Szell (Sony Classical)
49:24 – English Baroque Soloists / John Eliot Gardiner (SDG)

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New video by Songlines on YouTube

Songlines Music Awards 2021 – The Nominees Revealed!
Now in their 13th year, the Songlines Music Awards celebrate the remarkable range of musical talent from around the world covered in Songlines magazine throughout 2020 (issues #155 to #164 inclusive). Check out all of this year’s nominees on our Songlines Music Awards page here:

https://ift.tt/3dKYgGL

All the nominees in the geographical categories (Africa & Middle East, Americas, Europe, Asia & Pacific and Fusion) were chosen by our crack team of contributors based around the world and the Best Artist and Best Group nominees were voted by you, the Songlines readers. The winners of these categories will be announced in the June issue (#168, out May 14) and the Newcomer and World Pioneer award winners will be announced at a Songlines Music Awards ceremony later this year.

Music courtesy of Yotanka Records
Lo’Jo – ‘Black Bird’ from the album ‘Transe de Papier’
Watch the video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J0npxbljTqw

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New video by Songlines on YouTube

Songlines Music Awards 2021 – The Nominees Revealed!
Now in their 13th year, the Songlines Music Awards celebrate the remarkable range of musical talent from around the world covered in Songlines magazine throughout 2020 (issues #155 to #164 inclusive). Check out all of this year’s nominees on our Songlines Music Awards page here:

https://ift.tt/3dKYgGL

All the nominees in the geographical categories (Africa & Middle East, Americas, Europe, Asia & Pacific and Fusion) were chosen by our crack team of contributors based around the world and the Best Artist and Best Group nominees were voted by you, the Songlines readers. The winners of these categories will be announced in the June issue (#168, out May 14) and the Newcomer and World Pioneer award winners will be announced at a Songlines Music Awards ceremony later this year.

Music courtesy of Yotanka Records
Lo’Jo – ‘Black Bird’ from the album ‘Transe de Papier’
Watch the video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J0npxbljTqw

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New video by Gramophone on YouTube

Beethoven’s Fifth: interpreting genius (with James Jolly and Rob Cowan)
In the first episode of a brand new series for Gramophone, Editor-in-Chief James Jolly and critic and broadcaster Rob Cowan discuss Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony and compare the various approaches that conductors have to taken to this most famous of masterpieces.

They talk about how a professional critic should approach a new recording, how performance practices have changed over the decades, and how no matter how many times you’ve heard this symphony, Beethoven’s genius always shines through.

0:00 – Introduction
26:35 – Hermann Scherchen
28:40 – Carlos Kleiber
33:22 – Mariss Jansons
34:49 – Iván Fischer
38:10 – Antal Dorati
45:44 – John Eliot Gardiner
47:15 – Charles Munch
50:05 – Herbert von Karajan
53:25 – Manfred Honeck

Read the reviews of these albums on the Gramophone website:
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New video by Help Musicians on YouTube

Help Musicians supports ili to release music during pandemic
We provide support to musicians like ili, to ensure that musicians achieve their creative potential, including financial help to develop their skills, grow their portfolio and build a career.

To find out more about our creative support, please visit: https://ift.tt/39PwQPa

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