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1995 Gramophone Awards

Concerto (Record of the Year)Prokofiev and Shostakovich, Violin Concertos No. 1, Mstislav Rostropovich conducting London Symphony Orchestra; solo: Vengerov (EMI)
Baroque VocalRameau, Les Grands Motets, William Christie conducting Les Arts Florissants (Erato)
Baroque Non-VocalBiber, Violin Sonatas, Romanesca (Harmonia Mundi)
ChamberFauré, Piano Quintets nos. 1–2, Domus with Anthony Marwood (Hyperion)
ChoralSzymanowski, Stabat Mater, Litany to the Virgin Mary, Symphony No. 3, Sir Simon Rattle conducting City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra and Chorus; solos: Szmytka, Quivar, Garrison and Connell (EMI Classics)
ContemporaryLigeti, Concertos for Cello, Violin, Piano, Pierre Boulez conducting Ensemble InterContemporain; solos: Queyras, Gawriloff and Aimard (Deutsche Grammophon)
Early MusicFayrfax, Missa O Quam Glorifica, etc. The Cardinall's Musick/Andrew Carwood (ASV Gaudemus)
Early OperaPurcell, King Arthur, William Christie conducting Les Arts Florissants (Erato)
EngineeringSzymanowski, Stabat Mater, Litany to the Virgin Mary, Symphony No. 3, Sir Simon Rattle conducting City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra and Chorus; solos: Szmytka, Quivar, Garrison and Connell (EMI Classics)
Historic VocalRavel, L'Enfant et les Sortilèges, Ernest Bour conducting French Radio National Chorus and Orchestra; solos: Sautereau, Scharley, Michel, Turba-Rabier, Verneuil, Vessières, Hadour, Peyron, Angelici, Legouhy and Prigent (Testament)
Historic Non-VocalBeethoven, Symphony No. 9, Lucerne Festival Chorus; Wilhelm Furtwängler conducting Philharmonia Orchestra; solos: Schwartzkopf, Haefliger and Edelmann (Tahra)
InstrumentalChopin, Four Ballades, Murray Perahia (Sony Classical)
Music TheaterI Wish It So, Dawn Upshaw (Elektra Nonesuch)
OperaWalton, Troilus and Cressida, Richard Hickox conducting Chorus of Opera North and English Northern Philharmonia; solos: Howarth, Davies, Bayley, Robson, Opie, Thornton, Owen-Lewis and Howard (Chandos)
OrchestralSchoenberg, Chamber Symphony No. 1, Erwartung, Variations for Orchestra, Sir Simon Rattle conducting City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra; solo: Bryn-Julson (EMI)
Solo VocalSchubert, An Die Musik, Bryn Terfel (Deutsche Grammophon)
VideoThe Art of Conducting/Great Conductors of the Past, Sir John Barbirolli, Sir Thomas Beecham, Leonard Bernstein, Fritz Busch, Wilhelm Furtwängler, Herbert von Karajan, Otto Klemperer, Serge Koussevitzky, Artur Nikisch, Fritz Reiner, Leopold Stokowski, Richard Strauss, George Szell, Arturo Toscanini, Bruno Walter and Felix Weingartner (Teldec)
Best-Selling RecordThe Three Tenors in Concert, 1994, José Carreras, Plácido Domingo and Luciano Pavarotti; Zubin Mehta conducting Los Angeles Music Center Opera Chorus and Philharmonic Orchestra (EMI)
Special AchievementDecca Entartete Musik project
Artist of the YearPierre Boulez
Young Artist of the YearMaxim Vengerov
Lifetime AchievementSir Michael Tippett

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