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The importance of tertiary music education
Ask music companies what they’re looking for at job interviews, and different elements are brought up.
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6 Reasons to Take Music as Your Minor
Getting a minor comes with so many benefits. For starters, you have to take up fewer classes because the credit requirements are lower than those for a major. What’s more, it’ll double your potential career options or, at least, allow
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Dementia: Active music making helps thinking and memory
A new study from Pitt seeks to identify the benefits of active participation in music versus passive participation, that is, listening to music. It is a meta-analysis of 21 previous studies involving 1,472 individuals.
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A Queen of 19th-Century Opera Gets New Attention
Pauline Viardot, born 200 years ago this weekend, was a famous singer, as well as a composer whose music is being salvaged from obscurity.
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What Makes Music Universal
Music brings us together to show us how different we are.
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One Violinist, One Violin… and Six Armed Guards
Francesca Dego on What It’s Like to Play Paganini’s ‘Il Cannone’
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Tech Tent: Is AI music the best medicine?
Ever tried to relax after a stressful day by putting on some music – a little Mozart, some gentle jazz – or perhaps a little Natalie Imbruglia? Well, now a start-up tech company says it is proving that the right
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To Express the Sound of a Country’s Soul, He Invented New Instruments
The Guatemalan composer, inventor and writer Joaquín Orellana’s creations are the subject of the Americas Society exhibition “The Spine of Music.”
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