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1984 Gramophone Awards

ChamberBeethoven, String Quartets nos. 12–16, Lindsay Quartet (ASV)
ChoralMozart, Requiem, Peter Schreier conducting Staatskapelle Dresden (Philips)
ConcertoMozart, Piano Concertos nos. 15 and 16, Murray Perahia conducting English Chamber Orchestra (CBS Master)
ContemporaryCarter and Harvey, String Quartets, Arditti Quartet (RCA Red Seal)
Early-BaroqueBach, Chamber Works, Reinhard Goebel conducting Cologne Musica Antiqua (Archiv)
Early-MedievalDunstable, Motets, Paul Hillier conducting Hilliard Ensemble (HMV)
EngineeringBax, Symphony No. 4, Tintagel, Bryden Thomson conducting Ulster Orchestra (Chandos)
Historical VocalBrahms and Schumann, Historical Recordings of Lieder, various artists (HMV)
Historical Non-VocalBeethoven, Piano Sonatas nos. 30–32, Egon Petri (dell'Arte)
InstrumentalBeethoven, Piano Sonata No. 29, Emil Gilels (Deutsche Grammophon)
OperaticJanácek, Jenufa, Sir Charles Mackerras conducting Vienna State Opera and Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra (Decca)

Gustav Mahler
Archive Photos
Orchestral (Record of the Year)
Mahler, Symphony No. 9, Herbert von Karajan conducting Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra (Deutsche Grammophon)
Solo VocalStrauss, Four Last Songs, Kurt Masur conducting Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra; solo: Norman (Philips)

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