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Classical CDs Weekly: Dvořák, Rózsa, Xenakis | reviews, news & interviews

Classical CDs Weekly: Dvořák, Rózsa, Xenakis

Classical CDs Weekly: Dvořák, Rózsa, Xenakis

Phenomenal Modernism, Dvorak's best symphony, a film composer's other life

Roger Woodward: Undaunted by XenakisBoris Eldagsen

An unreleased live recording from a much missed conductor provides heartwarming food for the soul, while another podium giant brings musicality to uncompromising Modernism, aided by a phenomenal pianist. Meanwhile, a Hungarian exile in Hollywood takes a break from composing film scores and thinks of home.

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