Recent news articles about music in Scotland
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5 Apr 2006 - PAUL WHITELAW - Scotsman [ review ]
AS ONE of the guest vocalists on Zero 7's briefly voguish When It Falls album (that's her on Home and The Space Between), Danish songstress Tina Dico's chocolate-brown voice was the balm behind a million club come-downs.
5 Apr 2006 - ROB ADAMS - Herald [ review ]
"One night we played in Hamburg and nobody came," runs the opening line of Richard Dobson's Down Along the Reeperbahn.
5 Apr 2006 - MICHAEL TUMELTY - Herald [ feature ]
Once in a blue moon, along comes a concert that calls for a good old-fashioned rave-up.
4 Apr 2006 - WILLIAM TINNING - Herald [ news ]
A Scottish singer who plays to audiences twice the size of Hampden stadium without leaving her flat made history last night when she signed for a major record company in a deal shown via the internet.
4 Apr 2006 - AIDEEN McLAUGHLIN - Herald [ feature ]
From Cape Town to Cape Dorset, a hip-hop artist and a traditional Inuit artist are coming to take up residency in a whisky distillery.
4 Apr 2006 - MICHAEL TUMELTY - Herald [ review ]
WITH a masterclass, instrumental clinics,
opportunities to consult specialist makers and
restorers, showcases for competition winners, wall-to
wall concerts, displays for the instrumental trade
sector and an education programme all running at
the RSAMD throughout the weekend, nobody could
complain of being shortchanged at the Strings
3 Apr 2006 - Martin Adams - Irish Times [ quote ]
3 Apr 2006 - CONRAD WILSON - Herald [ review ]
This, in terms of scale, was about as far as you could get from Willem Mengelberg's famous Palm Sunday performance of Bach's St Matthew Passion in Amsterdam in 1939.
3 Apr 2006 - SUE WILSON - Scotsman [ news ]
LAUNCHING Edinburgh's annual spring programme of traditional arts activity, Friday's concert was themed, aptly, around the Scottish capital itself.
3 Apr 2006 - Kenny Mathieson - Scotsman [ news ]
THE Scots word "stramash" has destructive connotations to do with uproar, tumult and wreck.