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Why your fav song triggers nostalgia
Music triggers different functions of the brain, which helps explain why listening to a song you like might be enjoyable but a favourite song may plunge you into nostalgia, scientists said on...
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University of North Carolina at Greensboro
France's National Centre for Scientific Research
Teachers With Class: Five Outstanding Educators
According to the National Center for Educational Statistics, an estimated 3.7 million teachers work in American public and private schools. Below, meet a few of the most innovative of these educators,...
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What’s Lost When the Cloud Replaces CDs
Recently, while moving my CD collection to new shelving, I struggled with feelings of obsolescence and futility. Why bother with space-devouring, planet-harming plastic objects when so much music can...
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“If I Stay” and “The Last of Robin Hood”
Young-adult fiction: what a peculiar product it is, sold and consumed as avidly as the misery memoir and the self-help book, and borrowing sneakily from both. One can see the gap in the market. What...
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Orange County Register
Michael Tilson Thomas's 20th San Francisco Sympho...
SAN FRANCISCO -- One recent sun-drenched morning, music poured from the windows of a stately home with a million-dollar view of the bay. It was Michael Tilson Thomas at the piano: MTT, as he is known,...
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Michael Tilson Thomas
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San Francisco Symphony
David Lowery: Here’s how Pandora is destroying mu...
David Lowery has become both beloved and notorious over the last year as one of the musicians most critical of the ways musicians are paid in the digital era. The Camper van
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Piano player's career continues locally
PRINCETON, Ind. -- People used to tell Philip "Red" Wick that he wouldn't be able to retire because he didn't have a "real" job. Wick, 76, says, "I never got rich, but I've had a great time." In...
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Spartanburg Philharmonic opening season on Sept. ...
Ioannides begins her anniversary celebration by welcoming back to the stage world-renowned pianist Andreas Boyde, who will perform Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto No. 2. The orchestra will also perform...
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London Philharmonic Orchestra
College football: Olmsted excited about Bison
DUDLEY � The Millis High football team had fallen on hard times, but Dale Olmsted managed to turn the fledgling program around, guiding the Mohawks to consecutive playoff appearances from 2011 to...
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Pianist Nicolas Hodges affirms his virtuoso status
Eminently relaxed: Nicolas Hodges. Reviewer rating: Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars Melbourne Recital Centre August 27, 7.30pm Like a number of pianists of his generation, Nicolas Hodges's recitals...
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Sydney Morning Herald
Melbourne Recital Centre
A date with Mozart and British royalty
In most places in India, or for that matter anywhere else in the world, the thrill of listening to a
or Mozart composition can only be achieved with the help of earphones. Listening to an...
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Montage - Cultural paradigm
We are a few days away from the biggest happening in Sri Lankan cinema, the International Film Festival of Colombo 2014 from September 2 to 7 with 90 international films including six Sri Lanka�s...
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Festival music review
His 10 Violin Sonatas come into that category. We're quite lucky in that we heard a decent selection back in June from Catherine Manson and Alasdair Beatson in the Cottier Chamber Project. And...
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Peggle 2 pinballs, pachinkos to PS4
Some of the most beloved Peggle Masters are now coming to PlayStation 4! Today, PopCap Games, creator of some of the world's most beloved video game franchises announced that Peggle™ 2 is coming to...
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Classical review: Exquisite 300 years in Vienna
Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra's Songs from Vienna on Thursday night gave a fascinating vision of musical life in the Austrian capital over three centuries - yet another example of the APO's...
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Proms 2014: when Benjamin Grosvenor met Judith We...
rarely comments on his work these days. Chopin is also frustratingly silent. To talk to them about playing their music would be fascinating (and absurdly intimidating) and it is tantalising...
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Cadenza: You play, and a full orchestra plays wit...
You're at home playing your violin and imagining the day when you'll grace the stage of the world's greatest orchestras. Wouldn't it be nice to have symphonic accompaniment as you nurture those Itzhak...
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Berklee College of Music
Islanders' Art in Riverhead and Boston
... Creek’ by Janet Culbertson. Islander and artist Janet Culbertson has an entry in East End Arts’ third annual National Juried Art Competition and Show. The show is titled “The Creative Process”...
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Tanglewood 2014 in review: A tale of two seasons
Tanglewood 2014 in review: A tale of two seasons LENOX -- There was Andris Nelsons, and there was the rest of the season. The Boston Symphony Orchestra's Tanglewood season didn't divide neatly in...
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Autumn movies get serious and scary with dramas a...
As the fall movie season cranks up next week, several questions arise: Can Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels get any dumberer? Will Christopher Nolan regain his mojo with "Interstellar"? Can Katniss...
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