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BBC Music Magazine blog
19/10/2017

The composer's musical fight for civil rights is the focus of an intriguing new digital exhibition, explains Anna Barry

30/05/2017

Stephen Johnson meets members of the orchestra whose trademark is its memory 

01/03/2017

Pianist Danny Driver on why Beethoven's early works should get a fairer hearing

21/02/2017

Violinist Liza Ferschtman on how young musicians can break away from the sound of their heroes

17/02/2017

Mike George explains how he went about recreating a lost incidental score

26/01/2017

Hugh Collins Rice argues the case for transcription in a technological age

25/01/2017

Violinist Francesca Dego explores why the composer’s violin concerto has missed out on a place in standard repertoire

12/12/2016

Every day throughout Advent, we'll be introducing a different cathedral from around the UK and occasionally beyond

05/12/2016

Artistic director of Birmingham Contemporary Music Group Stephan Meier on how crowdfunding is backing new music

21/09/2016

Why a major work written in 1920s Russia has only recently come to light

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