The Pointy End

Did you know Mozart’s middle name isn’t really Amadeus?

Mozart was baptised as (deep breath)... Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart.

Classic FM

Myths and Facts: Caring for Your Voice during the Winter Months

Taking care of the voice or Vocal Hygiene can be thought of as the care and feeding of the voice.

Choral Net

La pochette d'album à l'ère de l'immatérialité musicale

Qu’elle soit matérielle ou strictement numérique, la pochette d’album s’inscrit inévitablement dans l’identité de marque de l’artiste.

Info Presse

A Study on Meter and Rhyme

Language that is metrically regular to an unusual degree is not only found in poetry, but also in the language of rites and festive events, in preverbal infant-directed speech (IDS), in slogans, commercial ads, etc.

Nautilus

Dvořák's Symphony No.9 is actually the power behind viral hit Baby Shark

We need to talk about the viral ear worm of 2018 (but from a uniquely Czech symphonic perspective).

Classic FM

The golden age of anonymous music

Some of the greatest film music of the 20th century came from readymade stock albums recorded by virtually anonymous musicians.

PRI

Les mystérieux archets de la rue de Rome

À Paris, la rue de Rome est un endroit mythique pour les musiciens, au même titre que la Tin Pan Alley ou la 42e Rue à New York.

Bachtrack

The rise and fall of pirate radio station WBAD

In the mid-’90s, the internet was just starting to turn into a mass medium. There were no podcasts, and nobody had heard of internet radio. So it was a heyday for FM “pirate radio.”

PRI

The link between music and productivity

Most professionals like listening to music at work and are more productive when they do, a new survey shows.

HRM Asia


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