Items where Author is "McGregor, Richard"

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McGregor, Richard (2020) MacMillan's 'Mission' and the Passion Settings. In: Parsons, George and Sholl, Robert, (eds.) James MacMillan Studies. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 129-148.
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Jones, Nicholas and McGregor, Richard (2020) The music of Peter Maxwell Davies. Boydell & Brewer.

McGregor, Richard (2020) In plain sight: aspects of developmental process in Sally Beamish's Seafarer trilogy. Scottish Music Review, 5 . pp. 87-111.
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McGregor, Richard (2019) Mind games: Peter Maxwell Davies's music theatre works in context. Musiktheorie, 34 (4). pp. 292-320.

McGregor, Richard (2018) Wolfgang Rihm: aspects of unity and diversity in his compositional processes. Contemporary Music Review, 36 (4). pp. 203-206.
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McGregor, Richard (2018) ‘The blast has arrived at the body’: Wolfgang Rihm’s creative explosion of 1981. Contemporary Music Review, 36 (4). pp. 237-278.
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McGregor, Richard (2017) Foreword by Richard McGregor. In: Knockaert, Yves, (ed.) Wolfgang Rihm, a Chiffre: the 1980s and beyond. Leuven University Press, Leuven, Belgium, pp. 11-17.

McGregor, Richard (2017) An interplay of passion and spirit: The Nightingale's to Blame. In: Charlton, David, (ed.) The music of Simon Holt. Boydell & Brewer, Woodbridge, UK, pp. 40-55.
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McGregor, Richard (2014) In plain sight: aspects of developmental process in Sally Beamish's Seafarer trilogy. In: Musica Scotica 9th Annual Conference, 26-27 April 2014, University of Aberdeen, UK. (Unpublished)
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McGregor, Richard (2012) Walking the line: deconstructing identity, suicide and betrayal in Peter Maxwell Davies ’Mr Emmet Takes a Walk'. Cambridge Opera Journal, 24 (3). pp. 319-351.

McGregor, Richard (2012) Towards a taxonomy of musical inspiration. Духовність особистості: методологія, теорія і практика (Personality Spirituality: Methodology, Theory and Practice), 1 . pp. 85-119.
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Elliott, David, Polman, Remco and McGregor, Richard (2011) Relaxing music for anxiety control. Journal of Music Therapy, 48 (3). pp. 264-288.

McGregor, Richard (2011) 'Active Agony’ within Wolfgang Rihm’s Tutuguri and the 4th String Quartet. In: EuroMac VII European Music Analysis Conference, 29 September - 2 October 2011, Rome, Italy. (Unpublished)
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McGregor, Richard (2011) "Is this a dagger I see before me?': the power of agency in the discussion and delivery of subject knowledge. In: TEAN Subject Knowledge Seminar, 14 January 2011, University of Cumbria, Lancaster, UK. (Unpublished)
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McGregor, Richard (2011) Rihm's Tutuguri Appendix 1. (Unpublished)
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McGregor, Richard (2010) Muzyka Petera Maxwella Daviesa (Music by Peter Maxwell Davies). In: Kwiecińska, Agata, (ed.) Nowa muzyka brytyjska. sacrum+profanum/korporacja ha!art, Kraków, Poland.

McGregor, Richard (2010) Hunting and forms: an interview with Wolfgang Rihm. In: Paddison, Max and Deliege, Irene, (eds.) Contemporary music: theoretical and philosophical perspectives. Ashgate Publishing, Surrey, UK, pp. 349-368.

McGregor, Richard (2010) Why is it so difficult to 'talk about' inspiration? In: Research and Scholarship Fest, 9 July 2010, University of Cumbria, UK. (Unpublished)

McGregor, Richard (2010) Rihm's Tutuguri Table. Online Publication .
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McGregor, Richard (2009) Scots wha hae? James MacMillan and the paradoxes of Scottish cultural identity. In: Sixth Biennial International Conference on Music Since 1900, 2-5 July 2009, Keele University, UK. (Unpublished)
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McGregor, Richard (2009) Homecoming or outgoing: the challenges facing Scottish composers. In: Musica Scotica 2009, 25 April 2009, Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, Glasgow, Scotland. (Unpublished)
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McGregor, Richard (2009) Appendix II: source material used in the works of Peter Maxwell Davies, 1957–2006. In: Gloag, Kenneth and Jones, Nicholas, (eds.) Peter Maxwell Davies studies. Cambridge Composer Studies . Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, pp. 242-254.
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McGregor, Richard (2009) Magnificat for Corinna. [Musical Composition] (Unpublished)

McGregor, Richard (2009) Maxwell Davies’s sources: reflections on origins, meanings and significance. In: Gloag, Kenneth and Jones, Nicholas, (eds.) Peter Maxwell Davies Studies. Cambridge Composer Studies . Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, pp. 150-170.
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McGregor, Richard (2008) Moving away from the formula: changing the research frame through shared dialogue. In: Research Fest 2008, July 2008, University of Cumbria, UK. (Unpublished)

McGregor, Richard (2008) Ave Maris Stella revisited. In: Musica Scotica's Fourth Annual Conference, 26 April 2008, University of Glasgow, Scotland. (Unpublished)
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McGregor, Richard (2008) Madrigales I and II. [Musical Composition] (Unpublished)

McGregor, Richard (2008) The persistence of parody in the music of Peter Maxwell Davies. In: Elliott, Kenneth, (ed.) Proceedings from the 2005 and 2006 Musica Scotica Conferences. The Musica Scotica Trust, Glasgow, pp. 73-83.
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McGregor, Richard (2007) Fanfare “The University of Cumbria”. [Musical Composition] (Unpublished)

McGregor, Richard (2007) Let Thy Hand be Strengthened. [Musical Composition] (Unpublished)

McGregor, Richard (2007) Looking for inspiration. In: Inaugural lecture, 2 May 2007, University of Cumbria, UK. (Unpublished)
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McGregor, Richard (2007) James MacMillan: O Bone Jesu. In: Musica Scotica Conference, 28 April 2007, University of Glasgow, UK. (Unpublished)
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McGregor, Richard (2007) James MacMillan: O Bone Jesu. Scottish Music Review, 2 (1).
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McGregor, Richard (2007) Interpreting compositional process in Wolfgang Rihm's Chiffre cycle. Frankfurter Zeitschrift für Musikwissenschaft, 10 . pp. 26-70.
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McGregor, Richard (2007) ‘Transubstantiated into the musical…’ : a critical exegesis on metaphor and actuality in James MacMillan’s Veni Veni Emmanuel. In: Hair, Graham, (ed.) A companion to recent Scottish music: 1950 to the present. The Musica Scotica Trust, Glasgow, Scotland, pp. 21-43.
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McGregor, Richard (2006) ‘Something rotten in the state of…’ (on the current state of music education). In: SMART Music Conference, May 2006, Greenwich, UK.

McGregor, Richard (2006) Stepping out: Maxwell Davies’s ‘Salome’ as a transitional work. Tempo, 60 (236). pp. 2-12.

McGregor, Richard (2006) Canción Del Naranja Seco. [Musical Composition] (Unpublished)

McGregor, Richard (2006) Deseo. [Musical Composition] (Unpublished)

McGregor, Richard (2006) La Balada de Agua del Mar. [Musical Composition] (Unpublished)

McGregor, Richard (2005) Laus deo? On composers' expression of their spirituality. Spirituality and Health International, 6 (4). pp. 238-245.
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McGregor, Richard (2004) Star square and circle: aspects of compositional process in Peter Maxwell Davies's Ave Maris Stella. In: Max Day Mini Conference, December 2004, University of Manchester. (Unpublished)
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McGregor, Richard (2004) For the Fallen. [Musical Composition] (Unpublished)

McGregor, Richard (2003) Breadth, depth or somewhere in between? Interpreting the compositional process in the music of Wolfgang Rihm. In: Conference, 2003, University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK. (Unpublished)

McGregor, Richard, ed. (2000) Perspectives on Peter Maxwell Davies. Ashgate Publishing.

McGregor, Richard (2000) Reading the runes. Perspectives of New Music, 38 (2). pp. 5-29.
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McGregor, Richard (2000) Reading the runes: an introduction to the ‘secret’ alphabet of Peter Maxwell Davies. In: Research Fest 2000, June 2000, St Martin's College, Lancaster, UK. (Unpublished)

McGregor, Richard (1999) I am the rose of Sharon. [Musical Composition] (Unpublished)

McGregor, Richard (1996) The Maxwell Davies sketch material in the British Library: an appendix. Tempo (197). pp. 20-22.
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