Recent news articles about music in Scotland
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14 Jun 2006 - Edinburgh Evening News [ news ]
A GOSPEL choir has been launched for children from the Capital.
14 Jun 2006 - MIRANDA HEGGIE - Herald [ feature ]
Just say the words "Indian music" and immediately tablas and sitars, Bollywood and bhangra spring to mind.
14 Jun 2006 - KEITH BRUCE - Herald [ feature ]
This week, the farthest-flung aspect of the programme for this year's St Magnus Festival in Orkney touched down safely on Scottish shores.
13 Jun 2006 - DAVID POLLOCK - Scotsman [ review ]
THE latest Scots band to be given a contract with a major label, the Fratellis seem more suited to being adored in their home country than most.
12 Jun 2006 - Jock Rock [ news ]
The Trinidad and Tobago Tartan Army's single Scotland, Scotland's Jason Scotland's about Trinidad & Tobago and St Johnstone forward Jason Scotland has entered the singles's chart at No 30.
12 Jun 2006 - TIM CORNWELL - Scotsman [ news ]
A THEATRE workers' union announced a strike aimed at Scottish Opera yesterday - only to see it voted down by members two hours later.
12 Jun 2006 - LIAM RUDDEN - Edinburgh Evening News [ feature ]
FROM tomorrow, Scottish Opera returns to Edinburgh with a spectacular double-bill boasting two of the most popular operatic works of all time, Bizet's Carmen and Don Giovanni by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
12 Jun 2006 - MICHAEL BLACKLEY - Edinburgh Evening News [ news ]
THE man behind the Jason Scotland World Cup song will name his baby after the Scots-based Trinidad and Tobago striker - if the song reaches number one.
12 Jun 2006 - BARRY GORDON - Edinburgh Evening News [ review ]
IT'S all over.
12 Jun 2006 - KEITH BRUCE - Herald [ review ]
West End Festival, Not a full-scale revival of the festival of new music that teamed the RSNO with the University of Glasgow; nonetheless, the university music department's four day Musica Nova season was a welcome addition to the programme of the West End Festival.