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Archived Music News in the MediaStars back UK school music campaign. Julian Lloyd Webber and Sir James Galway call for music to be a central part of the national curriculum ...More from the BBC
A novel way to write hit songs. Novelist Madison Smartt Bell's new novel about a songwriter has turned into a life-imitates-art experience: Those songs are now online -- and pretty good, too ...More from Wired News
Toying with musical instruments. Tod Machover's latest musical innovations are a series of newfangled instruments designed to make learning music as easy as one, two, three, four ...More from Wired News
Britney Spears encourages kids to read. The Read To Achieve concert - which was, ironically, televised - hoped to encourage parents to read to their children to promote literacy, reports The Sun ...More from What The Papers Say
French school officials bring La Marseillaise into the 21st century. The anthem, which has provoked controversy for political incorrectness, has been given a techno dance remix and distributed to schoolchildren on cd "to promote respect", says The Times ...More from What The Papers Say
He Writes the Songs: Mac Songs. The Beatles sang about love, the Beach Boys crooned over the joys of surfing. Teacher John Swerdan has just cut an album about Macintosh computers ...More from Wired News
John Lennon added to UK national curriculum. John Lennon has been added to the national curriculum in an attempt to recognise popular culture. The topic will form part of a course exploring social and technological changes since 1930. Teachers of children between nine and 11 can discuss Lennon's life and lyrics but are being warned about danger areas like drugs, moral issues and unsuitable vocabulary in his work. ...More from Ananova
Canadian scientists claim tone-deaf people cannot appreciate music at all. Quoted on BBC Online, Dr Isabelle Peretz says, controversially, that people with tune-deafness do not feel any emotion when they listen to music. "For these patients, listening to music is like listening to a foreign language," she said ...More from What The Papers Say
Eminem IS a poet? Eminem is obviously no stranger to DNA tests, but we'll bet the peroxided popster has never been asked to submit to a blood-letting for the reasons suggested by a Scottish concert promoter. Mark Mackie is convinced that Mister Mathers is the reincarnation of legendary Scottish poet Robert Burns ...More from Rollingstone.com
Campus Music Trades Continue. Napster's been shut down and the courts have ruled sharing copyrighted music illegal. Yet college students will face fewer restrictions this year on college campuses when it comes to swapping music ...More from Wired News
Russians to send boy band into space. The Russian space agency is considering sending a member of a popular boy band into orbit aboard one of its rockets. Russia's culture minister has written a letter to the head of the country's space programme backing the plan to send up a member Na Na, Russia's answer to Westlife ...More from ITN
Code-Breakers Go to Court. The Princeton professor whose team was prevented from publishing how it cracked a purportedly impenetrable music-watermarking code takes the case to court ...More from Wired News
Pickin', Grinnin' and PCin'. With software programs that allow musicians to mix and master like never before, personal computers are now required equipment for music makers ...More from Wired News
DJ Robot Turns the Tables. A professor creates the first digital robot DJ. It is called DJ I, Robot and it can mix, spin, and scratch. But even its creator admits a fundamental limitation: The machine lacks "a sense of music." ...More from Wired News
Dylan at 60 remains elusive outsider. Legendary singer and songwriter Bob Dylan is celebrating his 60th birthday. The rock-poet won an Oscar this year amid claims his lyrics should be ranked with those of Shakespeare and Keats. Dylan gave voice to the youth revolt of the 1960s and revolutionized rock 'n' roll in the process ...More from ITN
UK Police Inspector Daimon Tilley encourages night clubs to play Magic Roundabout theme tune. "I got the idea from an American professor of psychology. His argument was that if such music was played instead of a thumping beat, people are reminded of their childhood and won't want to seek a confrontation" - Inspector Tilley, quoted in The Times ...More from What The Papers Say
The Semantic Web. The entertainment system was belting out the Beatles' "We Can Work It Out" when the phone rang. When Pete answered, his phone turned the sound down by sending a message to all the other local devices that had a volume control. Tim Berners Lee. ...More from Scientific American
Students Rave About PC Music. College students are eschewing their home stereos in favor of the computer. With high-speed connections, interactive storage, and CD-quality sound, the PC provides a better listening experience ...More from Wired News
Massachusetts Institute of Technology is wired for sound. Lycra jackets that are wired to play note-perfect orchestral music only when the wearer makes the correct movements bring a whole new meaning to playing air guitar ...More from the Telegraph
They know not what they do. Kids need to realize that swiping stuff -- like music -- from the Internet is the moral equivalent of breaking into somebody's house and stealing, say those who now propose a cyber ethics education... More from Wired News
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