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The late Christopher Hogwood created the Academy of Ancient Music in 1973 with the aim of energising Baroque and Classical music. We take a look back through the ensemble's history.
In 1985, violinist Jaap Schroder and Christopher Hogwood celebrated the completion of their Mozart symphony cycle, the first on period instruments. It was proclaimed by Stanley Sadie, editor of the prestigious Grove Dictionary of Music, as “the most important recording venture of the decade.”
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