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Classical CDs Weekly: Boyle, Martin, Rachmaninov | reviews, news & interviews

Classical CDs Weekly: Boyle, Martin, Rachmaninov

Classical CDs Weekly: Boyle, Martin, Rachmaninov

Featuring a rare Shakespearian opera and a Scottish composer celebrating his 60th

Antonio Pappano delivers satisfying richness and brooding intensityLaurie Lewis

This Saturday we’ve a new recording of a famous Russian symphony played by an Italian orchestra under their London-based principal conductor. There’s a rare Shakespearean opera written in the 1950s by a Swiss master using a German text. And a Scottish composer celebrates his 60th birthday with an invigorating collection of piano and chamber works.

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