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The world's authority on classical music since 1923

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There should be more music

Gramophone's editor, James Jolly is not the one ever to shy from limelight, but at least we're spared of his one-man-show. Radio 3's ever competent Rob Cowan is given second chair do discuss Gramophone's annual awards nominations, but he's often interrupted by Jolly, who manages to contradict himself even on the same breath as soon as Cowan disagrees with him. Apart from that, this is an informative podcast largely limited to audience who follows and cares about Gramophone awards. Both contributors have to tone down enthusiasm for selected recordings while presenting various nominations, understandable since by now all the winners have been selected, and they shouldn't give to much away in their comments. Musical snippets are to short and random to help us making our own minds of the quality of nominees, unless, of course you had the opportunity to hear the complete recordings somewhere else. If it wasn't for Rob Cowan's (albeit restrained) comments, this would be a waste of bandwidth if left alone to Jolly's self-promoting indulgence.

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  • Category: Music
  • Language: English

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