wed 18/09/2019

graham rickson

Bio
Graham, who writes on classical music, lives in Leeds.

Articles By Graham Rickson

The Greek Passion, Opera North - pertinence and power

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Classical CDs Weekly: Haydn, Korngold, Philippe Manoury

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Classical CDs Weekly: Albert Roussel, Roy Budd, Propellor

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DVD/Blu-ray: A Kid for Two Farthings

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Blu-ray: The Ear

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Classical CDs Weekly: Saint-Saëns, Yolanda Kondonassis, Konstantin Reinfeld & Benyamin Nuss

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Classical CDs Weekly: Bach, Christophersen, Mr McFall's Chamber

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Classical CDs Weekly: Gounod, James MacMillan, Johannes Pramsohler

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Classical CDs Weekly: Bartók, Howells, Third Coast Percussion

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Classical CDs Weekly: Isabelle Aboulker, Swan Hennessy, Schubert

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Classical CDs Weekly: Brahms, Sibelius, Thomas Wilson

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Classical CDs Weekly: Stewart Goodyear, Nielsen, Weinberg

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Classical CDs Weekly: Jupiter String Quartet, Bruce Levingston, Paul McCreesh

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Classical CDs Weekly: Dove, Leighton, Martin, Vaughan Williams

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Classical CDs Weekly: David Matthews, José Rolón, Shirley Smart

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Blu-ray: For All Mankind

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