Scottish classical composers

This site aims to detail the often neglected and overlooked – born or based – Scottish classical composers and their works, particularly those of the 20th century, and give an indication if their work is available.

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One Response to Scottish classical composers

  1. Helen Keating says:

    Granville Bantock’s opera ‘The Seal Woman’ was actually written for Denne Gilkes who subsequently became the voice coach at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon. She used to tell how the curtain went up at the beginning to reveal her sitting puffing away on her pipe – which she did all her life!

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