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Bbc Music Magazine

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12 issues per year.
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Current Issue

XMAS 23,  released 28/11/2023
(1 in stock)

Features: Christmas Carols, Free CD, Bernard Hermann

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Next Issue: JAN 24, Due:26/12/2023
Simply put, BBC Music Magazine is the classical music lover’s bible. Filled with detailed reviews and articles covering the very best of the classical music world from opera to string quartets this magazine is for those who love their sounds cultured and refined.

In this magazine you will find in-depth interviews with some of the most influential stars of classical music alongside reviews of the latest CDs and concerts, as well as guides to the best tours today. What’s more there is a guide in every issue to the technical equipment need to get your Bach sounding its best or your Mozart most excellent, and more often than not an accompanying CD filled with great music.

Buy a single copy of BBC MUSIC or a subscription of your desired length, delivered worldwide. Current issues sent same day up to 3pm! All magazines sent by 1st Class Mail UK & by Airmail worldwide (bar UK over 750g which may go 2nd Class).

We would have loved to have been classical musicians here at Newsstand. To have a mastery of a chosen instrument, to know the ins and outs of musical notation and know our allegros from our fortissimos. Sadly that’s not the case (the highest qualification any of us possess is a grade two in piano, hardly enough to wow an audience at the Sydney Opera House) but we do have the highest of respect for the classical musician and the many, many long hours of study they must have put in to be at the top of their profession.

Of course, listening to the music takes nearly as much work. We’re not saying it’s an ordeal (quite the contrary in fact), but there’s a lot of effort on the part of the listener that perhaps goes unrecognised. This can be true for any kind of music, but classical music is where you find the highest complexities and nuances – the little parts of music that move us. After all, the emotion you feel whilst listening to a work by anyone – Mozart or Motorhead – is created by your response. So, let’s enjoy the different feelings that can be brought out of us by music – and appreciate the classics as capable of inspiring great emotion. All rise for the national anthem, whichever nation you are from. NB


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