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graham rickson

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

Articles By Graham Rickson

Classical CDs Weekly: A Walk with Ivor Gurney, Yiddish Glory, For the Fallen

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Classical CDs Weekly: Josquin, Calidore String Quartet, Ronn McFarlane

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DVD: Children's Film Foundation Bumper Box

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Classical CDs Weekly: Handel, Schmelzer, Tesla Quartet

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Classical CDs Weekly: Bernstein, English Cornett & Sackbut Ensemble, Kubrick's Music

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Classical CDs Weekly: Handel, William Howard, Professor Chill

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Classical CDs Weekly: Brahms, Ligeti, Lakshminarayana Subramaniam, Svend Erik Tarp

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Classical CDs Weekly: Ivanovs, Shi-An Costello, Sean Shibe

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DVD/Blu-ray: Iceman

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Classical CDs Weekly: Bernstein, Rachmaninov, Jeffrey Roden

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DVD/Blu-ray: The Breadwinner

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Tosca, Opera North review - exciting update, strong on sonic thrills

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Classical CDs Weekly: Blacher, Dutilleux, Martin

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DVD/Blu-ray: The Producers

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Classical CDs Weekly: Stravinsky, Vivaldi, John Williams

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Classical CDs Weekly: Berlioz, Shostakovich, Turnage, La Maîtrise de Toulouse

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