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Tom Service in conversation with the composer and conductor Oliver Knussen.
Tom Service with new perspectives on Debussy during the centenary year of his death.
Steel and concrete can't beat good old wood to produce the best sounds for music.
Tom Service traces the rise of an exciting new genre, from bleeps to responsive scores.
Try our psychoacoustic experiment to see how tempo can affect your timekeeping abilities.
A centenary celebration of composer Lili Boulanger, who died at the age of just 24.
Michael Sims knocks on wood at Cardiff's Hoddinott Hall.
Percussionist Adrian Spillett takes soundings at Symphony Hall, Birmingham.
Double bass player Petri Lehto extols the virtues of Lahti's wooden concert hall.
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