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East shakes as Schneider runs: Cities such as Leipzig face the worst damage if the edifice collapses. Steve Crawshaw in Bonn assesses the ramifications
Sunday 17 April 1994
Saturday 09 April 1994
ARTS / Time changes: The 1989 revolution made Kurt Masur a star, and his life a struggle. Michael White goes to Leipzig to meet the conductor who helped redraw the map of Europe
Sunday 03 April 1994
DISCS / Double Play:: Sounding old before their years: Edward Seckerson and Stephen Johnson compare notes on new releases of Mendelssohn, Bruch and Goldschmidt
Saturday 05 March 1994
MUSIC / Far from the drawing-room: Anthony Payne hears the Carmina Quartet and the Nash Ensemble play Mendelssohn at the Wigmore Hall
Friday 14 January 1994
Monday 15 November 1993
Hi-tech jigsaw raises Dresden church from ruins: Allied bombing left the Frauenkirche a mountain of rubble. Now, with the aid of computers, it is being pieced together bit by bit, writes Steve Crawshaw in Dresden
Saturday 16 October 1993
CLASSICAL MUSIC / The master singers of Britain: The event of the opera season: Friday night's opening of the new 'Meistersinger'
Sunday 10 October 1993
Leipzig marchers look back with anger and pride: Life as 'Germans' has been difficult for the citizens of the eastern city that led the march to change, writes Steve Crawshaw
Saturday 09 October 1993
OPERA / Taking the fur out of mothballs: Siegfried Matthus is that rarity, a popular modern opera composer. Antony Peattie met him
Saturday 02 October 1993
Saturday 12 June 1993
Friday 11 June 1993
Tuesday 18 May 1993
Tuesday 18 May 1993
Saturday 15 May 1993
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