The Pointy End

D’où vient le «yo» des rappeurs ?

Contrairement à ce que l’on pourrait croire, il a une origine ancestrale, bien loin des rappeurs en claquettes chaussettes.

Libération

How the deaf experience of music can enrich music for everyone

A fascinating exploration of the diversity of human sensory experience, Labyrinth delves into the often complex relationship between the deaf and music.

AEON

1 in 3 professional musicians have suffered from an eating disorder

Musicians responding to a major new study reported severe levels of stress and depression, and extremely severe levels of anxiety.

Arts Professional

How maths helps us understand why music moves people

Music is known to provoke the senses, give pleasure and sometimes move people to tears. Surely this has little to do with mathematical models which are so frequently associated with cold and rational logic.

The Conversation

'I think I'm in with a chance': Annie Lennox 'scouted' by US radio

Multiple award winning singer shares a message from radio employee inviting her to submit music for consideration.

The Guardian

Canberra’s First Dementia Choir Is An Alternative To Medication

Established in late 2016, Canberra’s first choir for people experiencing dementia now has 60 members. The group is called The Alchemy Chorus and was initiated by Alzheimer’s Australia.

Music Australia

Why Do Orchestras Tune to an A-Note Pitch at 440Hz?

The sound of an orchestra tuning is instantly recognizable. As soon as you hear it, you know exactly what’s about to happen. But there is a simple reason why a whole lot of tuning orchestras sound awfully alike — they are tuning to the same pitch frequency, an A at 440 hertz.

WQXR

Musique-la-fréquence-bien-etre

Si elle fait rire, danser, pleurer, elle peut aussi vous transformer. À condition de savoir l’écouter, la musique est un formidable instrument de connaissance de soi à votre portée.

Psychologies

The Self-Playing Violins That Mastered Chopin

The robotic Phonoliszt-Violin was dubbed the “Eighth Wonder of the World” in 1910.

Atlas Obscura


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