Seachanges / Orchestral Music – Raymond Deane A review of two recent CDs by Irish composer Raymond Deane.
Singing Between the Cracks Popular appeal should be none of the serious composer's business, argues film-maker Bob Quinn.
My Music is A Four-Letter Word ('Ceol') Composer Frank Corcoran's 'Borrisokane Transcendental Theory of Truth' in music.
Traditional Music in the New Scotland Musician Steve McGrail looks at the prospects for traditional music in Scotland after Scottish devolution.
Ó Riada is Dead – Long Live Ó Riada! Composer Raymond Deane tackles the ongoing 'Ó Riada myth'.
Towards the Far Country – Ian Wilson A review by composer Jane O'Leary of a CD of Ian Wilson's string quartets.
In Two – Mike Nielsen and Tommy Halferty A review of a new recording by two of Ireland's finest jazz guitarists.
A Dedicated Jazz Venue for Ireland Gerry Godley of the Improvised Music Company makes the case for a custom-made venue for jazz.
After the Fianna: Reality and Perceptions of Traditional Singing in Ireland Collector Tom Munnelly assesses the state of Irish traditional singing today.
Aloys Fleischmann (1910-1992): A Life for Music in Ireland A review of a collections of articles and essays on the composer Aloys Fleischmann, compiled by his daughter Ruth Fleischmann.