Recent news articles about music in Scotland
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16 Jul 2006 - Observer Music Monthly - Guardian [ feature ]
James who? Dig the new breed.
15 Jul 2006 - Daily Telegraph [ news ]
Does a Bach fugue have a geometrical shape? Yes it does, along with the chords of Deep Purple, and pretty much any other tune, according to a new way to portray music that could help composers in their quest to come up with the next chord.
14 Jul 2006 - Richard Morrison - Times [ news ]
IN A remarkable gaffe, the BBC Proms season that opens tonight features not a single piece of music composed or conducted by a woman.
14 Jul 2006 - Ivan Hewett - Daily Telegraph [ review ]
This year's Cheltenham Music Festival is built round the theme of Scotland.
14 Jul 2006 - STEWART PATERSON - Herald [ news ]
For years organisers of the biggest arts festival in the world have been baffled at why they can't attract audiences from their city neighbour in the west.
13 Jul 2006 - Geoffrey Norris - Daily Telegraph [ feature ]
Once a rebellious avant-gardist, Peter Maxwell Davies has just written a piece to mark the Queen's 80th birthday.
13 Jul 2006 - Vicky Davidson - Evening Times [ feature ]
WHEN Glasgow hip hop collective Fugees United launched their first album, The Message, at Oran Mor last month they were making history.
12 Jul 2006 - MICHAEL TUMELTY - Herald [ feature ]
Despite the litany of big-name stars that will populate this year's Edinburgh International Festival, some of the keenest interest is being directed towards the Lloyds TSB Scotland Concerts, a frankly spectacular series of 27 concerts that will run through the festival.
12 Jul 2006 - CONRAD WILSON - Herald [ feature ]
Jamie MacDougall is a tenor with an alter ego.
12 Jul 2006 - Scotsman [ news ]
FRANZ FERDINAND are to swap their electric guitars and enormous speaker stacks for the more-refined surroundings of the Capital's Book Festival.