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The Music Industry Wants Royalties from Ford. It Won't Get Them - Businessweek (blog)

The Music Industry Wants Royalties from Ford. It Won't Get ThemBusinessweek (blog)There was a time, just over 20 years ago, when the music industry seemed to have figured out a way to get paid every time someone bought a device that enabled the digital copying of music. It didn't quite work out t...[read more]

Hunter Hayes Premieres "Tattoo" Music Video, Ladies Across The Country Rejoice - VH1

Toronto SunHunter Hayes Premieres "Tattoo" Music Video, Ladies Across The Country RejoiceVH1Monday just got way cuter: Country hottie Hunter Hayes' latest music video “Tattoo” hit the Web, and you can literally hear the women of America screaming for joy. “Tattoo” is the second single off Hayes' ...[read more]

Tango Teases "Music Pix," A Social App For Making Instant Photo Slideshows - TechCrunch

TechCrunchTango Teases "Music Pix," A Social App For Making Instant Photo SlideshowsTechCrunchTango, the mobile messaging platform that raised a massive $280 million from Alibaba earlier this year, has quietly rolled out a new photo-sharing application called Tango Music Pix. The app lets you sha...[read more]

UO music professor composes first original piece of music for an American ... - Oregon Daily Emerald

Oregon Daily EmeraldUO music professor composes first original piece of music for an American ...Oregon Daily EmeraldSpectators at Tuesday's 10K race in the IAAF World Junior Track & Field Championships may not have realized they were part of a unique experiment combining music and sports. TrackT...[read more]

Not music to our ears: Co-op staff launch supermarket radio protest - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukNot music to our ears: Co-op staff launch supermarket radio protestTelegraph.co.ukAdam Pickard, 25, a professional musician and music teacher from Chertsey, Surrey, told the Telegraph that his 'pop-rock' songs have been played regularly in the Co-op, Sports Direct, and Argos stores...[read more]

Music education can help with school skills - The Times and Democrat

Music education can help with school skillsThe Times and DemocratMusic's efficacy as a teaching tool has long been studied. Though some still doubt if music has any effect on student performance, a strong body of evidence suggests otherwise. Studies into the effects of music on learning are nothi...[read more]

The Great War At 100: Music Of Conflict And Remembrance - NPR (blog)

NPR (blog)The Great War At 100: Music Of Conflict And RemembranceNPR (blog)The extraordinary level of destruction inspired them in myriad ways. Some composers captured the war's violence while others seemed to counteract it by writing music that soothed. Still others came back wounded yet perseve...[read more]

Sloshing in Symphonic Waters - New York Times

New York TimesSloshing in Symphonic WatersNew York TimesThen, in a bold touch, 16 members of the impressive contemporary music choir the Crossing — the women in loose, long black dresses; the men in black shirts and pants — waded right into the pool, their feet protected by black water socks with...[read more]

Tommy N Lance/Courtesy of the artist - NPR

NPRTommy N Lance/Courtesy of the artistNPRGreenall spent a decade as a DJ and electronic music producer before taking a shot at singing his own songs. As he tells NPR's Eric Westervelt, it's a change he's still getting his head around — especially when it comes to live performance. Hear the ...an...[read more]

Three Sides of a Young Cellist and New Music in Bryant Park - Wall Street Journal

Wall Street JournalThree Sides of a Young Cellist and New Music in Bryant ParkWall Street JournalThe Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival, which has been presenting concerts in the Hamptons since 1984, opens this week. Sunday's concert features a string trio by Jean Françaix, Philippe Hersant's 2...[read more]