The British Music Collection's new website is here.... Harry Cooper leads you through the new features of the Collection
"Often these short pieces are like prose poems, where an observer visits a site of natural and historical interest"
"As a composer it is increasingly difficult to escape the intervention of technology into one’s working practice"
"Rosemary Brown (1916-2001) may be one of the most important, and underrated musicians of her, or indeed any generation."
"You went in and perhaps you wanted to listen to something, perhaps you just wanted to browse the scores, but there it all was, all this new music: it was an amazing feeling..."
"Another feature of his work that I greatly admire as a composer myself is his ability to avoid what might be perceived as ‘clichés’ of the British new music scene"
"His piece vividly captures not only the structure of this now “ghost” building but also a real sense of an early 1950s futurist ideal"
"Davies reveals the minute musical potential of all sorts of items including screwdrivers, egg slicers and scraps of metal..."