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1988 Gramophone Awards

ChamberMendelssohn, Violin Sonatas in F Major and F Minor, Shlomo Mintz and Paul Ostrovsky (Deutsche Grammophon)
ChoralVerdi, Messa da Requiem, Choruses, Robert Shaw conducting Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Choir (Telarc)
ConcertoTchaikovsky, Piano Concerto No. 2, Rudolf Barshai conducting Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra; solo: Donohoe (EMI)
ContemporaryBirtwistle, Carmen Arcadiae Mechanicae, Elgar Howarth conducting London Sinfonietta (Etcetera)
Early-BaroqueLeclair, Scylla et Glaucus, John Eliot Gardiner conducting Monteverdi Choir (Erato)
Early-MedievalVarious artists, Service of Venus and Mars, Christopher Page conducting Gothic Voices (Hyperion)
Engineering (Record of the Year)Mahler, Symphony No. 2, Simon Rattle conducting City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (EMI)
Historical VocalVarious artists, Feodor Chaliapin, Feodor Chaliapin (EMI Treasury)
Historical Non-VocalBrahms and Sibelius, Violin Concertos, Walter Susskind conducting Philharmonia Orchestra; solo: Neveu (EMI Références)
InstrumentalPoulenc, Piano Works, Pascal Rogé (Decca)
OperaticBritten, Paul Bunyan, Philip Brunelle conducting Plymouth Choir and Orchestra (Virgin Classics)
Orchestral (Record of the Year)Mahler, Symphony No. 2, Simon Rattle conducting City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (EMI)
Period PerformanceHaydn, Mass in D Minor, etc., Trevor Pinnock conducting The English Concert and Choir (Archiv)
Re-Mastered CDStrauss, Der Rosenkavalier, Herbert von Karajan conducting Philharmonia Orchestra (EMI)
Solo VocalSchubert, Die Schöne Müllerin, Olaf Bär and Geoffrey Parsons (EMI)

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