Articles

29 July 2009
James Naughtie rejoices that classical music is still being discovered by new audiences
The Making of Music
21 July 2009
Vienna at the turn of the 20th century was a boiling pot of innovation, writes James Naughtie, as he continues his journey through the history of music
Something for the weekend!
17 July 2009
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16 July 2009
The 19th century was a boom era for classical music, says James Naughtie
Where's Wolfgang?
15 July 2009
Should Mozart have been included in our list of 'Ten Greatest Prodigies'? Reader John Stone argues in favour of the young composer's brilliance
Walton: Symphony No. 1
13 July 2009
Sir Adrian Boult's interpretation gets to the heart of this piece, says the composer's biographer Michael Kennedy. Plus hear a clip of the symphony from this...
Something for the weekend!
10 July 2009
The quotes, clips and links we like…
The Making of Music
9 July 2009
As James Naughtie continues his journey through the history of music, he takes a look at neglected composers and lost masterpieces
Something for the weekend!
3 July 2009
The clips, quotes and links we like…
The Making of Music
1 July 2009
How do you go about exploring a millennium of music? In the first of a six-part series, James Naughtie reveals how he wrote his landmark history of classical...
Kenilworth Castle
29 June 2009
The unexpected inspiration behind an Italian opera
Viola player William Primrose
25 June 2009
Who are the world's most famous violists? From Lionel Tertis to Lawrence Power, we name six of the instrument's greatest exponents
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