Richard Bratby

Three new releases that show the classical recording industry is alive and well

Rattle and Capucon’s sweeping charismatic Elgar opens an intriguing new perspective on the composer

Is the pairing of the LSO under Rattle with the Kreisler-like virtuosity Renaud Capuçon (above) one for the ages? Credit: SYSPEO/SIPA/Shutterstock

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