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High levels of engagement in lockdown music teaching
Research also shows negative impact of rules barring teachers and pupils from seeing each other during online music lessons
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Puppy Pads And Slit Masks: How COVID Changed The Look Of Music Education
COVID-era problems put pressure on teachers to work creatively, while fearing for the future
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Musical training can improve attention and working memory in children – study
Cognitive benefits of musical training could last a lifetime
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According The Accordion Its Historical Due
Throughout the Classical and Romantic periods, the humble accordion and its simpler cousin, the concertina, were important parlor, chamber, and accompanying instruments. The earliest forms of the accordion were inspired by the 1777 introduction of the Chinese free-reed sheng (bowl
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The Woman Who Built Beethoven’s Pianos
Nannette Streicher has been marginalized by history, but she was one of Europe’s finest keyboard manufacturers.
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A viral hit? The sequence of coronavirus makes surprisingly lovely music
All my life I’ve been involved in music and molecular biology. At the crossroads between science and art, I see great scope for insight.
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Well targeted music playlists can help dementia sufferers
Music’s benefit to dementia sufferers is the subject of a new study at Western Sydney University’s MARCS Institute for Brain, Behaviour and Development. A team of researchers there trialled individually tailored music playlists among 58 dementia subjects across NSW over
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British pianist plays tunes to soothe Thailand’s hungry monkeys
They were hungry for more than an encore.
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