SOUNDS FROM THE NORTH

Owen Burton looks at the use of tonality in symphonies by three Nordic composers: Sibelius, Nielsen and Rautavaara.

ANDRÉ CAPLET: PORTRAIT OF A FORGOTTEN ARTIST

Clare Wilson on the life and works of the Prix de Rome winner and friend of  Debussy.

BEAUTY IN THE SLOW

Young-Jin Hur explores the effects of slowness in music on the listener.

NATIONAL MUSIC, FOLK MUSIC, AND STREET MUSIC IN EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY OXFORD

Alice Little on the tunebooks of 18th-century Oxford music collector John Malchair.

GOSSEC'S SABINUS

Alina Tylinski explores François-Joseph Gossec's 'revolutionary' 1773 opera.

APPLAUDING AUDIENCES

From Victorian mega-concerts to post-war housing, Kate Romano considers how we can put people at the heart of artistic planning.

WINE OF SUMMER

The story of maverick composer Havergal Brian and Oscar Wilde's former lover 'Bosie'.

SOUNDS OF HORROR

Joseph Camilleri on the Gothic in classical music. 

Illuminating Classical Music