Music To Die For

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20060304

1/3. Exploring the use of music in crime fiction. Ian Rankin talks to fellow novelists, including Mark Billingham, John Harvey and George Pelecanos, about their passion for music and its use in books.

20060311

2/3. Exploring the use of music in crime fiction. Author Ian Rankin talks to John Connolly, Robert Crais and Karin Slaughter about music and its use in books.

20060318

Exploring the use of music in crime fiction.

3/3. Author Ian Rankin talks to writers who play guitar (James Lee Burke, James Sallis), writers who don't (John Connolly, George Pelecanos), a drummer-turned-poet (John Harvey), and Mark Billingham.

0319981224

Eight contemporary novelists mark their responses to a single moment in classical music with a specially commissioned piece of writing.

3: Gillian Slovo.

0319981224

Eight contemporary novelists mark their responses to a single moment in classical music with a specially commissioned piece of writing.

3: Gillian Slovo.

0419981225

Eight contemporary novelists mark their responses to a single moment in classical music with a specially commissioned piece of writing.

4: Adam Thorpe

0419981225

Eight contemporary novelists mark their responses to a single moment in classical music with a specially commissioned piece of writing.

4: Adam Thorpe

05Lasciatemi Morire19981228

Eight contemporary novelists mark their responses to a single moment in classical music with a specially commissioned piece of writing.

5: Howard Jacobson on Monteverdi's madrigal `Lasciatemi morire'.

05Lasciatemi Morire19981228

Eight contemporary novelists mark their responses to a single moment in classical music with a specially commissioned piece of writing.

5: Howard Jacobson on Monteverdi's madrigal `Lasciatemi morire'.

06Oedpius Rex19981229

Eight contemporary novelists mark their responses to a single moment in classical music with a specially commissioned piece of writing.

6: Candia McWilliam on Stravinsky's `Oedpius Rex'.

06Oedpius Rex19981229

Eight contemporary novelists mark their responses to a single moment in classical music with a specially commissioned piece of writing.

6: Candia McWilliam on Stravinsky's `Oedpius Rex'.

0719981231

Eight contemporary novelists mark their responses to a single moment in classical music with a specially commissioned piece of writing.

7: Anne Fine on Bach preludes.

0719981231

Eight contemporary novelists mark their responses to a single moment in classical music with a specially commissioned piece of writing.

7: Anne Fine on Bach preludes.

08Der Rosenkavalier19990101

Eight contemporary novelists mark their responses to a single moment in classical music with a specially commissioned piece of writing.

8: Jeanette Winterson on Strauss's Act 3 Trio from `Der Rosenkavalier'.

08Der Rosenkavalier19990101

Eight contemporary novelists mark their responses to a single moment in classical music with a specially commissioned piece of writing.

8: Jeanette Winterson on Strauss's Act 3 Trio from `Der Rosenkavalier'.

198D0119981221

Musical moments bite deep into the consciousness of some writers and have continued to prompt a raft of memories and thoughts.

Eight contemporary novelists mark their responses to a single moment in classical music with a specially commissioned piece of writing.

1: Bernard MacLaverty.

198D0119981221

Musical moments bite deep into the consciousness of some writers and have continued to prompt a raft of memories and thoughts.

Eight contemporary novelists mark their responses to a single moment in classical music with a specially commissioned piece of writing.

1: Bernard MacLaverty.

198D0219981222

Eight contemporary novelists mark their responses to a single moment in classical music with a specially commissioned piece of writing.

2: A L Kennedy.

198D0219981222

Eight contemporary novelists mark their responses to a single moment in classical music with a specially commissioned piece of writing.

2: A L Kennedy.