Music

For three days I listened to nothing but birdsong, marvelling at the variety and the volume

How a stiff, gangly, middle-aged Englishman fell for the seductive rhythms of Cuba

How Canada reinvented its musical prowess

From music to medicine: the secrets of a Kensington home

The role of music in Jewish worship has acquired a sudden topicality with the involvement of two major record labels

Grand opera was long thought quite dead but is suddenly rearing its shaggy head again

I want to listen to music that sounds like the dumb hopefulness of being young that I once couldn’t wait to rid myself of, says Sarah Ditum

As soon as you enter Idagio.com you can kiss your working day goodbye

How the electronic dance duo made more than a minimal contribution to music

Flying is a macho thing for musicians. It shows they are in demand and living the good life