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1986 Gramophone Awards

ChamberFauré, Piano Quartets nos. 1 and 2, Domus (Hyperion)
ChoralJanácek, Glagolitic Mass, Sir Charles Mackerras conducting Czech Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir (Supraphon)
ConcertoBeethoven, Piano Concertos nos. 3 and 4, Bernard Haitink conducting Concertgebouw Orchestra; solo: Perahia (CBS Masterworks)
ContemporaryLutoslawski, Symphony No. 3, Esa-Pekka Salonen conducting Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra; solo: Shirley-Quirk (CBS Masterworks)
Early-BaroqueBach, Art of Fugue, Davitt Moroney (Harmonia Mundi)
Early-MedievalVarious artists, Chansons de Toile, Esther Lamandier (Alienor)
EngineeringRespighi, Belkis, Queen of Sheba, Geoffrey Simon conducting Philharmonia Orchestra (Chandos)
Historical VocalVarious artists, Record of Singing Vol. 3, various artists (HMV)
Historical Non-VocalBeethoven, String Quartets nos. 9, 11–12 and 15, Busch Quartet (HMV)
InstrumentalMozart, Sonata for 2 Pianos; Schubert, Fantasia, Murray Perahia and Radu Lupu (Sony)
Operatic (Record of the Year)Rossini, II Viaggio a Reims, Claudio Abbado conducting Prague Philharmonic Chorus and Chamber Orchestra Europe (Deutsche Grammophon)
OrchestralWilliams, Sinfonia Antartica, Bernard Haitink conducting London Philharmonic Orchestra; solo: Armstrong (EMI)
Re-Mastered CDBritten, Peter Grimes, Benjamin Britten conducting Royal Opera House Chorus and Orchestra (Decca)
Solo VocalSchubert, Winterreise, Peter Schreier and Sviatoslav Richter (Philips)

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