Douglas Galbraith gives us the last of his six part series landmarks in Scottish Church Music by taking us on a whistle stop tour of the Sixties and Seventies.
Rebecca Tavener gives an insight into Hildegard of Bingen.
Alan Tavener gives some background to the Jordanhill Ecumenical Choir.
Douglas Galbraith continues his series ‘Landmarks in Scottish Church Music’ by taking us through The Monymusk Revival.
Rebecca Tavener gives an insight into Monteverdi’s Vespers.
Brigitte Harris believes anyone can improvise their own music and sets out to prove it in the first of a three-part series.
Douglas Galbraith continues his series ‘Landmarks in Scottish Church Music’ by taking us through The Reformation.
Alan Tavener takes a tour of CH4.
Phill Mellstrom provides information on a new organ accompaniments resource.
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