Recent news articles about music in Scotland
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24 Mar 2006 - ROBBIE DINWOODIE, Chief Political Correspondent - Herald [ feature ]
Not even Jack McConnell could restrain himself.
23 Mar 2006 - TIM CORNWELL - Scotsman [ news ]
* Programme for final Edinburgh Festival under Sir Brian McMaster is unveiled
* One of his favourite works is to be last concert after 15 years
* Successor is Australian Jonathan Mills.
23 Mar 2006 - Mark Smith - Herald [ feature ]
Name: Ivor Tiefenbrun
Position: Founder and chairman
Activity: the manufacture of top-end home entertainment and hi-fi systems.
23 Mar 2006 - PHIL MILLER, Arts Correspondent - Herald [ news ]
A play with no dialogue, a series of £10 classical concerts and an array of talent from the world of music, dance and theatre are among the features of this year's Edinburgh International Festival.
22 Mar 2006 - Lucy Sweet - Guardian [ feature ]
The SXSW music festival has a reputation for catapulting bands to stardom.
22 Mar 2006 - CONRAD WILSON - Herald [ review ]
Edinburgh Contemporary Arts Trust does itself no favours in compiling programmes which contain at least one work too many.
22 Mar 2006 - ROWENA SMITH - Herald [ feature ]
It is a quiet afternoon in Knightswood Secondary School and the strains of I Don't Know How to Love Him, the big ballad from Andrew Lloyd Webber's Jesus Christ Superstar, can be heard coming from the main hall.
22 Mar 2006 - Scotsman [ review ]
"I'M 61 and I've got a bus pass," declared homecoming heroine Maggie Bell to her welcoming committee of fans, but this non-retiring pensioner's voice - that wonderful bluesy rasp which adorns the Taggart theme tune - hadn't aged a bit.
22 Mar 2006 - Susan Nickalls - Scotsman [ review ]
IN RECENT years the new music flag has been kept flying in Edinburgh largely thanks to the sterling efforts of the Hebrides Ensemble and the Edinburgh Contemporary Music Trust (ECAT) - which commissioned three world premieres, tributes to the blues, for this event.
22 Mar 2006 - MICHAEL TUMELTY - Herald [ comment ]
Here we go again.