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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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British pianist plays tunes to soothe Thailand’s hungry monkeys
They were hungry for more than an encore.
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Is Pandemic Brain Changing Your Taste in Music? You’re Not Alone
Too much Grateful Dead? The music you loved in high school? We asked a Music Therapist why our listening habits have been so weird.
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Beethoven ‘cancelled’? Why people are debating whether the Fifth Symphony is elitist
Two classical music podcasters have sparked an explosive debate: is Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony a “symbol of elitism and exclusion”?
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Sony/ATV & Bleeding Fingers Expand Opportunities for Black Composers with USC Screen Scoring Diversity Scholarship
Sony/ATV Music Publishing and Bleeding Fingers Music announced they have established a Screen Scoring Diversity Scholarship for Black composition students within the Screen Scoring Master’s Program at the University of Southern California Thornton School of Music. The scholarship, which is
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The 1918 Pandemic’s Impact on Music? Surprisingly Little
Unlike the existential threat posed by the coronavirus outbreak, cultural life returned swiftly to normal after the flu.
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New braille phonetic system opens doors for classical singers with visual impairments
A new phonetic system for braille readers promotes inclusive learning for aspiring classical singers with visual impairments. The system, which is well-supported with digital resources for online private and group instruction, delivers phonetic symbols through a device designed to convert
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