'British Music from about 1860 to 1960. Especially the so-called "pastoral school".'


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'Composition:Today was created with the intension of bringing together the widest possible range of resources for Composers and anyone interested in New Music of all kinds.' 

ALERT ‘From 2009–2019 the site has brought its members interviews, contemporary music news, concert listings, in-depth articles, jobs listings and other benefits. Sadly, in a changing world it has been hard to maintain our membership model. Until we can find a way to make the site viable it is, therefore, with regret that we announce that C:T will be closing its doors to new members for the foreseeable future. The site will remain live for now, but will probably close fully some time in the coming months.‘


‘Frances Wilson - Pianist, Writer, Concert Reviewer, Blogger and Music Lover “providing a perspective on music from the eyes and ears of a real musician” ...  Established in 2010, The Cross-Eyed Pianist ... enjoys a wide global readership with over 20,000 visitors to the site per month. Regularly updated with varied content and the popular Meet the Artist interview series, The Cross-Eyed Pianist is one of the UK’s leading blogs on classical music.’


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'Building bridges between the academy, the music industries and the wider public, Live Music Exchange is informed by academic research and hands-on experience in a range of musical contexts. It’s our starting premise that constantly shifting relationships between state and commercial investors, small scale and corporate interests, merits a view of live music practice on an ecological model ...'


'Planet Hugill is written by Robert Hugill, singer, composer, journalist, lover of opera and all things Handel. Planet Hugill contains regular reviews of concerts, CD's and operas by Robert, our contributor Ruth Hansford and guest posters, along with concert previews, classical music news, interviews and feature articles on subjects as diverse as Handel opera, Bizet's Carmen and English opera in the 1950's.'


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'The world’s most-read cultural website. You have joined a readership of more than one million visitors a month. Slipped Disc was founded on www.artsjournal.com in 2007 by the author and broadcaster Norman Lebrecht with the aim of providing swift and reliable inside information on the most fascinating of art forms ... Slipped Disc is an interactive site that receives a constant flow of information from its readers around the world. If something happens in music, you are likely to read it here first ...'


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