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1987 Gramophone Awards

ChamberChausson, Concerto for Piano, etc., Muir Quartet; solos: Collard and Dumay (EMI)
ChoralHandel, Athalia, Christopher Hogwood conducting Academy of Ancient Music and New College Choir Oxford (L'Oiseau-Lyre)
ConcertoHummel, Piano Concertos in A Minor and B Minor, Bryden Thomson conducting English Chamber Orchestra; solo: Hough (Chandos)
ContemporaryTippett, Mask of Time, Andrew Davis conducting BBC Symphony Orchestra and Chorus (EMI)
Early Music (Record of the Year)Desprez, Masses, Peter Phillips conducting Tallis Scholars (Gimell)
EngineeringHolst, Planets, Charles Dutoit conducting Montreal Symphony Orchestra (Decca)
Historical VocalVarious artists, Art of Tito Schipa, Tito Schipa (EMI Treasury)
Historical Non-VocalSchubert, String Quartets, Piano Trio, etc., Busch Quartet; solo: Serkin (EMI)
InstrumentalHaydn, Complete Piano Sonatas, Alfred Brendel (Philips)
OperaticVerdi, La Forza del Destino, Guiseppe Sinopoli conducting Philharmonia Orchestra and Ambrosian Opera Chorus (Deutsche Grammophon)
OrchestralMahler, Symphony No. 8, Klaus Tennstedt conducting London Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir (EMI)
Period PerformanceBeethoven, Symphonies nos. 2 and 8, Roger Norrington conducting London Classical Players (EMI)
Re-Mastered CDDelius, Beecham Conducts Delius, Sir Thomas Beecham conducting Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (EMI)
Solo VocalLiszt and Strauss, Lieder, Brigitte Fassbaender and Irwin Gage (Deutsche Grammophon)

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