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graham rickson

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

Articles By Graham Rickson

Blu-ray: The Party

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Classical CDs Weekly: Guy Johnston, Joyce El-Khoury, Michael Spyres, The Chanteuse

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Classical CDs Weekly: Sibelius, Vivaldi, Weill

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DVD/Blu-ray: Life Is Sweet

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Cavalleria Rusticana/Trial by Jury, Opera North review - sombre triumph and pale froth

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Classical CDs Weekly: Antheil, Barsanti, Handel, Laks

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Classical CDs Weekly: Cage, Mahler, Satie

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DVD/Blu-ray: My Life as a Courgette

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Classical CDs Weekly: Henze, Reicha, Shostakovich

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Imagine... Alma Deutscher: Finding Cinderella, BBC One review - beguiling profile of a musical prodigy

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Classical CDs Weekly: Mansurian, Ristori, Duo van Vliet

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Classical CDs Weekly: Dutilleux, Dvořák, Ravel, Tchaikovsky

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Classical CDs Weekly: Krenek, Belfiato Quintet, Bjarte Eike's Barokksolistene

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DVD/Blu-ray: The 5000 Fingers of Dr T

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Classical CDs Weekly: Sean Shibe, Morten Gunnar Larsen and Leonard Elschenbroich

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Classical CDs Weekly: Mompou, Schubert, Martinů, Shostakovich

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