1990 Gramophone Awards

Updated September 9, 2022 | Infoplease Staff

Benjamin Britten
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Johann Sebastian Bach
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Baroque Vocal
Bach, St. Matthew Passion, John Eliot Gardiner conducting Monteverdi Choir and English Baroque Soloists (Archiv)
Baroque Non-VocalBach, Orchestral Suites, Ton Koopman conducting Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra (DHM)
ChamberRespighi, Violin Sonata in B Minor, Kyung-Wha Chung and Krystian Zimerman (Deutsche Grammophon)
ChoralShumann, Das Paradise und die Peri, Armin Jordan conducting Suisse Romande Chamber Choir and Orchestra (Erato)
ConcertoShostakovich, Violin Concertos nos. 1 and 2, Neeme Järvi conducting Scottish National Orchestra; solo: Mordkovitch (Chandos)
ContemporaryBenjamin, Antara; Boulez, Dérive, etc., George Benjamin conducting London Sinfonietta (Nimbus)
Early MusicGiovanni and Andrea Gabrieli, A Venetian Coronation, Paul McCreesh conducting Gabrieli Consort and Players (Virgin Classics)
EngineeringBritten, Prince of the Pagodas, Oliver Knussen conducting London Sinfonietta (Virgin Classics)
Historical VocalMassenet, Werther, Elie Cohen conducting Paris Opéra-Comique (EMI Références)
Historical Non-VocalDelius, Orchestral Works, Sir Thomas Beecham conducting London Philharmonic Orchestra (Beecham Trust)
InstrumentalDebussy, Piano Works, Zoltan Kocsis (Philips)
Music TheatrePorter, Anything Goes, John McGlinn conducting Ambrosian Chorus and London Symphony Orchestra (EMI)
Opera (Record of the Year)Prokofiev, The Love for Three Oranges, Kent Nagano conducting Lyon Opera and Orchestra (Virgin Classics)
OrchestralWilliams, A Sea Symphony, Bernard Haitink conducting London Philharmonic Orchestra (EMI)
Solo VocalSchubert, Schwanengesang, Peter Schreier and Andras Schiff (Decca)
Special AchievementBach, Sacred Cantatas vols. 1–45, Nikolaus Harnoncourt and Gustav Leonhardt (Teldec)

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