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7th November 2017

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Composers or sound artists based in or born in the UK are invited to join the British Music Collection. Scroll down to find out more...
Photo: Na'ama Zisser, London-based composer featured in the British Music Collection.

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"For me, as someone who considers themselves conceptually led, the term composer can often be too limiting..."

'The focus of this interview is Manchester based digital story-teller and sound-artist, Gemma Nash. I became aware of Gemma when she interviewed for Sound and Music’s Pathways Programme. I was on the panel and was intrigued by the strong political and social narrative in her sound work...'

"I am very interested in creating a labyrinth and in combining different materials together..."

'Colin is one of the few classically trained composers who have a serious interest in sensory impairment and I wanted to speak with him in more detail about his own work in this area…’

Music and the Deaf and Kirklees Council - Deaf Awareness Week 2016

Embedded British Music Collection / Unlimited Impact 

"The thing is that new music can be and mean all sorts of things, and shouldn't be thought of as ‘specialist’ in general..."

Shoreditch: Experimental Music School 1969

The seventh, and final, article in a series on pieces for young players from the 1960s and 70s

"To me it’s not important that the equipment I use is necessarily the most ‘high-tech’...it’s more important that there is an intimacy transmitted."

"Somebody once told me an artist is the one who never stops. It's not easy obviously. But it has never been easy. "

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