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Love it or hate it, Shostakovich's Symphony No 10 has attracted countless interpreters – from both the East and the West. Read all about it below, as David Gutman relishes these aural riches.

The best recordings of Shostakovich's Symphony No 10

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The controversial and gargantuan project in Germany’s second largest city has finally hosted its first concerts

Full report: Hamburg’s Elbphilharmonie opens at last

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Puccini's Tosca premiered 117 years ago today in Rome, and remains one of the best-loved operas of all time (despite dividing critics). We pick our favourite recordings of the work.

Recommended Recordings: Puccini's Tosca

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Watch Ray Chen's frankly hilarious video as he signs to Decca Classics:

Ray Chen signs to Decca Classics | gramophone.co.uk

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From leading conductors offering their own personal insights into the complete symphonies of Beethoven and Mahler, to comprehensive guides of Brahms's Third Symphony, Beethoven's Eroica and Shostakovich's Symphony No 10.

This week: explore the greatest symphonies with Gramophone

Shortly Toscanini's death, Spike Hughes reflected on his contribution to opera for Gramophone in this article from February 1957.

Toscanini and opera

Max Bruch was born on this day in 1838 in Cologne, Germany. In this fantastic clip, Hilary Hahn performs the German composer's ever-popular First Violin Concerto.

Watch: Hilary Hahn plays Bruch's Violin Concerto No 1

Continuing our focus on Toscacini, we take a look at the man behind the myth, in this classic article from the June 1943 edition.

Toscanini: the man behind the myth

Two maestros meet. Circa 1911.

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Alexander Scriabin was born on this day in Moscow in 1872.

More than a century since the composer's death, should we look beyond the composer’s egomania to marvel at a remarkable musical legacy?

Alexander Scriabin (1872 - 1915)

How do we choose the right tempo? Michael Barenboim wrestles with an issue that all musicians must confront.

Guest Blog: Michael Barenboim

Many happy returns to Maurizio Pollini, who is 75 today. What are your favourite recordings of the great pianist?

Maurizio Pollini turns 75

Enjoy this clip of the the 2015 International Chopin Competition winner, Seong-Jin Cho, live at the Yellow Lounge. His first studio recording has been released on Deutsche Grammophon.

Watch: phenomenal Chopin from Seong-Jin Cho

The great Arturo Toscanini's final concert with his beloved NBC Symphony Orchestra came dangerously close to disaster.

The story of Toscanini's last stand

Happy birthday to Alfred Brendel, who turns 86 today.

One of the great interpreters of the core Austro-German repertoire, with Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Schumann and Liszt at its centre.

Alfred Brendel in Portrait

Alfred Brendel is an artist whose main work - interpreting music written for piano - is powerfully illuminated by reference to many other aspects of his life...

Throughout this week we will be exploring the Toscanini legacy with articles and insights drawn from the Gramophone archive.

Focus: Arturo Toscanini

Kick-start your year with these fantastic new releases, including recordings from Lisa Batiashvili & Daniel Barenboim, Stefan Vladar and Alban Gerhardt.

Best new classical albums – January 2017

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