Recent news articles about music in Scotland
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28 Jun 2006 - DOUG JOHNSTONE - Scotsman [ feature ]
GLASGOW band Popup have created something of a stir in Scotland over the past few months.
27 Jun 2006 - Andrew Clark - Financial Times [ feature ]
It is hard to know whether I have caught Sally Beamish on a creative cusp, or whether this is how life always is at her home in the Scottish village of Gartmore.
27 Jun 2006 - KENNY MATHIESON - Scotsman [ review ]
LAST year's inaugural Homegrown presentation at the Glasgow International Jazz Festival has expanded to two concerts this year.
27 Jun 2006 - CARLA WHALEN - Scotsman [ review ]
IN 2004, the conductor John Mauceri described the popularity of Howard Shore's Lord of the Rings Symphony as "unprecedented in the history of orchestral music".
27 Jun 2006 - ALISON KERR - Herald [ feature ]
Saxophonist Bobby Wellins's return visit to the Glasgow Jazz Festival this week is another homecoming his audiences will relish.
26 Jun 2006 - CONRAD WILSON - Herald [ review ]
Concert halls without resident organs are a Glasgow shortcoming, temporarily resolved last week when the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra moved to Glasgow University Chapel to take part in organ concertos by Poulenc and Giles Swayne.
26 Jun 2006 - MICHAEL TUMELTY - Herald [ review ]
You have to hand it to composer Howard Shore.
26 Jun 2006 - ROB ADAMS - Herald [ review ]
There was so much young musical talent involved in this extravaganza that one finale couldn't contain it all and the second finale involved a heavily crowded stage and a hastily organised orchestra pit.
26 Jun 2006 - ALISON KERR - Herald [ feature ]
It's a balmy Sunday evening and more than 300 jazz fans are taking their seats in the conference room of an elegant seaside hotel.
26 Jun 2006 - DAVID POLLOCK - Scotsman [ review ]
IN THE words of Joe Walsh's song, life's been good to the Eagles so far.