Music

The other day I was thinking about music teachers and the idea occurred to me that you could trace your musical history like you could your family history. If you were to follow your teachers’ teachers back through time you would end up with something like a family tree, except it would be a musical…

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Seeqpod is cool. Basically, it’s a music search engine and flash-based player. Apparently they don’t believe there are any copyright issues as they don’t host the tracks themselves but just link to them. It works really well. For example, I really like the music on this cool Sprint ad, so I loaded up seeqpod and…

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I decided to treat myself for going to the dentist today, so I bought some music from Bleep. This is a really great and unique music download site with lots of interesting music that is totally DRM free. That’s right, according to their FAQ: “We believe that most people like to be treated as customers…

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It was the Corinthian Chamber Orchestra’s 10th anniversary concert on Saturday night. It was a great concert with a full audience. The programme was: Mozart: Magic Flute Overture Elgar: Cello Concerto Beethoven: Symphony No 5 Richard Jenkinson performed the Elgar and we played the overture from Marriage of Figaro as an encore The concert was…

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