In Good Company with Thomas Tallis

Rebecca Tavener takes a look at the music of Thomas Tallis.

Landmarks in Scottish Church Music: Prior to Reformation (Part 1)

Douglas Galbraith begins the first of his six part series "Landmarks in Scottish Church Music" by taking us through the time prior to The Reformation.

Choral Composing

Chris Hutchings gives some background to two of his compositions that church choirs might find useful for Easter services and other liturgical occasions.

An Abiding Overture: Karl Barth and the Hearing of Mozart

John McPakeOn the run up to Mozart’s birthday, we thought we would revisit an article from the Different Voices magazine for you to enjoy.

An Organist's Journey

Dr Iain B. Galbraith is a former President of the Glasgow Society of Organists and the Church Service Society. In a five part series written for "The Accord" he shares stories of the places and people that have influenced him in his career.

There is no rose

Young composer Andrew Carvel explains the background to his Advent choral work “There is no rose”, and Michael Harris tells us about a new recording venture from the choir of St Giles' Cathedral, Edinburgh.