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Music - 12.06.2024
Singer Daniel Bedingfield backs using AI to write new music
Singer Daniel Bedingfield backs using AI to write new music

Environment - Music - 11.06.2024
Solar-Powered Mobile Music Studio Hits Glasgow’s Streets

Music - Art and Design - 06.06.2024
Berry Gordy, music trailblazer, visits UCLA
Berry Gordy, music trailblazer, visits UCLA

Music - Event - 06.06.2024
Sydney Con composer Paul Mac creates a magical musical ride on Sydney trains
Sydney Con composer Paul Mac creates a magical musical ride on Sydney trains

Music - Campus - 22.05.2024
Stanford Live announces 2024-25 season

Music - Art and Design - 21.05.2024
Taking the lead in music
Taking the lead in music
Researchers studying the science of cultural evolution have conducted a comprehensive study of the role of 'first-mover advantage' in music, the power of being first, mirroring the concept's proven importance in the business world. Data collected from nearly one million songs across 110 music genres supports the hypothesis that pioneering artists and bands who lay the groundwork for new genres achieve greater popularity than their later contemporaries.

Astronomy / Space - Music - 15.05.2024
High School Student Creates Soundscape of Exploding Stars
Using data from the Zwicky Transient Facility, Southern California high school student Vanya Agrawal creates new "space music.

Astronomy / Space - Music - 12.05.2024
Hear the Sounds of Planet 9 in New Symphony
In 2016, Caltech planetary scientists Konstantin Batygin (PhD '12) and Mike Brown proposed evidence for a new planet five to 10 times the size of Earth and lurking over 20 billion miles from the Sun (10 times farther than Neptune's orbit). The duo called the unseen body "Planet 9." On May 17 and 18, the public can hear a symphony inspired by the Planet 9 hypothesis.

Psychology - Music - 09.05.2024
Taylor Swift and the heartbreak ballads we know all too well
Do you really want to know what we were doing on April 19' Listening to Taylor Swift's double-album release, The Tortured Poets Department: The Anthology , of course.

Music - Social Sciences - 09.05.2024
Why is Australia in Eurovision?

Music - Health - 08.05.2024
UK’s first centre of excellence for music and dementia hosted by Manchester Camerata

Music - Social Sciences - 06.05.2024
Yeehaw cowgirl! Beyoncé's new album is making country music more inclusive
Yeehaw cowgirl! Beyoncé’s new album is making country music more inclusive

Music - 01.05.2024
Loud, large and unladylike: the difficulties of having a dramatic female voice
Loud, large and unladylike: the difficulties of having a dramatic female voice

Music - 30.04.2024
A piano for smaller hands comes to UdeM
A narrower keyboard on loan from a U.S. company to the Faculty of Music reduces muscle fatigue and provides more comfort and sound control for smaller-handed pianists, typically women.

Music - 24.04.2024
UZH Acquires Important Richard Wagner Manuscript
UZH Acquires Important Richard Wagner Manuscript
UZH has made a spectacular acquisition of an important manuscript by Richard Wagner. In "Eine Mitteilung an meine Freunde" (-A Message to My Friends-), the composer takes autobiographical and artistic stock and looks to the future.

Linguistics / Literature - Music - 23.04.2024
From Playground to Broadway
The circus has come to Broadway and the musical team behind it has been clowning around together since their freshman year at Carnegie Mellon University's School of Drama.

Computer Science - Music - 22.04.2024
'Music is not an extra, it's a basic necessity'
’Music is not an extra, it’s a basic necessity’

Music - History / Archeology - 16.04.2024
Billie Holiday Center hosts a rent party
Billie Holiday Center hosts a rent party

Music - Campus - 15.04.2024
New Head of the Institute of Classical Music at the Basel University of Music FHNW
New Head of the Institute of Classical Music at the Basel University of Music FHNW

Life Sciences - Music - 10.04.2024
Was Beethoven unmusical?
Was Beethoven unmusical?
An analysis of the famous composer's genetic make-up has revealed that DNA data has so far been too imprecise in capturing a person's abilities To what extent are exceptional human achievements influenced by genetic factors?

Physics - Music - 08.04.2024
Rescuing music with X-rays
Rescuing music with X-rays
PSI researchers are developing a technique that uses the special synchrotron X-ray light from the Swiss Light Source SLS to non-destructively digitise recordings from high-value historic audio tapes

Music - Event - 05.04.2024
Student-run Radio Station WRCT Celebrates 75 Years of Music Discovery

Music - History / Archeology - 05.04.2024
ABBA: 50 years since Waterloo
ABBA: 50 years since Waterloo

Music - Linguistics / Literature - 04.04.2024
Drinking from a firehose - on stage
Drinking from a firehose - on stage

Music - 28.03.2024
Beam us up, George: Takei to speak at U-M

Music - Campus - 25.03.2024
Dave Gisler, Samuel Leipold, Mareille Merck and Manuel Troller become new lecturers for guitar jazz

Health - Music - 11.03.2024
Researchers transform Parkinson's tremors into music
Researchers transform Parkinson’s tremors into music

Music - 11.03.2024
From the City to the Sea: An immersive journey to support care home staff wellbeing
From the City to the Sea: An immersive journey to support care home staff wellbeing

Music - 07.03.2024
'Diversity connects': students compose film music
’Diversity connects’: students compose film music

Music - Social Sciences - 05.03.2024
Sydney Con announces 2024 Indigenous Artists-in-Residence
Sydney Con announces 2024 Indigenous Artists-in-Residence

History / Archeology - Music - 28.02.2024
Glasgow band to have debut track housed at German concentration camp archive

Music - Psychology - 27.02.2024
Live Music Emotionally Moves Us More than Streamed Music
Live Music Emotionally Moves Us More than Streamed Music
How does listening to live music affect the emotional center of our brain? A study carried out at the University of Zurich has found that live performances trigger a stronger emotional response than listening to music from a device. Concerts connect performers with their audience, which may also have to do with evolutionary factors.

Life Sciences - Music - 27.02.2024
’It’s like winning Eurovision’: an ANU graduate’s journey from kangaroo whisperer to global dance sensation

Music - Art and Design - 23.02.2024
Modern day Madonna? How Taylor Swift's music takes inspiration from the 80s
Modern day Madonna? How Taylor Swift’s music takes inspiration from the 80s

Music - Campus - 21.02.2024
Play it again, Spirio

Music - History / Archeology - 19.02.2024
George Gershwin’s first musical rediscovered after nearly a century
First available recordings of previously lost songs from 'La, La, Lucille' While poring over the Samuel French Collection at Amherst College last summer, University of Michigan researcher Jacob Kerzner discovered a box labeled "La la [sic] Lucille,- which immediately piqued his interest.

Music - Event - 19.02.2024
Exhibit celebrates beloved jazz vocalist, daughter of Baltimore
Exhibit celebrates beloved jazz vocalist, daughter of Baltimore

Music - Philosophy - 15.02.2024
Taylor Swift: why academics are studying the pop star

Music - 14.02.2024
AI-written love song released for Valentine's Day
AI-written love song released for Valentine’s Day

Music - Campus - 09.02.2024
Birmingham ignites Year of the Dragon with fiery spectacle
Birmingham ignites Year of the Dragon with fiery spectacle

Music - 05.02.2024
Turning Britain's ring roads and flyovers into musical poetry
Turning Britain’s ring roads and flyovers into musical poetry

Music - Innovation - 05.02.2024
Electronic music with a human rhythm
Electronic music with a human rhythm
New product called Human Plugins by Mixed In Key is based on Max Planck and Harvard research Electronically generated rhythms are often perceived as too artificial.

Music - 01.02.2024
Understanding music-performance anxiety in children
A study of Quebec schoolchildren enrolled in music programs shows that girls are more anxious. Whether the parent enrolled the child in the program is also a factor.

Music - 01.02.2024
A night at the orchestra, with Pokémon on the program
A night at the orchestra, with Pokémon on the program

Event - Music - 25.01.2024
Exhale Opening Party on 19 January 2024

Music - History / Archeology - 17.01.2024
John Buttrick, celebrated pianist and former director of music at MIT, dies at 88

Music - Event - 12.01.2024
Change of scene 2024: symphonies, soundwalks and pig organs
Change of scene 2024: symphonies, soundwalks and pig organs

Music - Campus - 09.01.2024
3 Questions: A new home for music at MIT
3 Questions: A new home for music at MIT

Astronomy / Space - Music - 03.01.2024
All Seven CMU Colleges Send Iris to Space

Computer Science - Music - 22.12.2023
Of Note Events and Neural Networks
Of Note Events and Neural Networks
A research group at the University of Würzburg develops fundamental methods for analyzing music with the help of machine learning. The project is led by Professor Christof Weiß at CAIDAS. In his role as Professor of Computer Science (Computational Humanities) at Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg (JMU), Christof Weiß combines two apparently very different subject areas: Mathematics and computer science meet art and culture in his work.
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