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Musica Scotica: 800 Years of Scottish Music

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Musica Scotica: 800 Years of Scottish Music – Proceedings from the 2005 and 2006 Conferences, edited by Kenneth Elliott, Heather Kelsall, Greta-Mary Hair and Graham Hair. (Musica Scotica Historical Studies of Scottish Music, Vol 4)

Published by the Musica Scotica Trust 2008. 93pp.

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Musica Scotica: 800 Years of Scottish Music – Proceedings from the 2005 and 2006 Conferences, edited by Kenneth Elliott, Heather Kelsall, Greta-Mary Hair and Graham Hair. (Musica Scotica Historical Studies of Scottish Music, Vol 4)

Published by the Musica Scotica Trust 2008. 93pp.

The Musica Scotica Trust promotes Scottish music through the publication of editions of musical scores and volumes of studies on aspects of Scottish music, under the general editorship of Dr Kenneth Elliott. Since 2005, the Trust has held an annual one-day conference, at which papers on traditional, historic and contemporary Scottish music are given by scholars from Scotland and elsewhere.

  1. Erin McPhee, Performance Practice and Aesthetics in Traditional Scottish Gaelic Singing
  2. Jo Miller, A Fiddle Manuscript from Eighteenth-Century Galloway
  3. Katherine Campbell and Emily Lyle, The Perfect Fusion of Words and Music: The Achievement of Robert Burns
  4. M J Grant, Myth and Reality in the Songs of Robert Burns
  5. Peter Davidson, Aberdeen Musical Society
  6. Karen McAulay, William Chappell and Scottish Popular Music
  7. Per Ahlander, Continental Europe and Scotland: Marjory Kennedy-Fraser – Music Student, Lecturer and Teacher
  8. William Sweeney, The Flyting of Fergusson and McDiarmid
  9. Richard McGregor, The Persistence of Parody in the Music of Peter Maxwell Davies
  10. Michael Spencer, Dillon’s L’évolution du vol: an Evolution of Stylistics or a Flight from National Identity?