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The Independent Culture
The 1994 Gramophone award for opera has gone to Decca's recording of Britten's Gloriana, as predicted on these pages on Tuesday. Garlanded with praise, the recording is a showcase of British operatic talent. The live Barbican performances of Bernstein's On the Town, featuring Tyne Daly and Thomas Hampson, scooped the music theatre and video awards. Hampson also shared the solo vocal award with Cheryl Studer for the complete songs of Samuel Barber . . .

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