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More Bach less bite as classical music calm dogs - Express.co.uk

“Our study showed a similar beneficial effect of classical music but it only lasted for a short period. “The dogs became habituated to the music after as little as one day. "It seems dogs, like humans, prefer to listen to a variety ...

Yesterday   -  

GET OUT: Sewing expo, Sukiyaki dinner, classical music events in the South ... - TheNewsTribune.com

Learning how to operate a $7000 Husquvarna Viking sewing machine draws giggles from Becky Selander, left, under the guidance of instructor Becky Dare at the 2006 Sewing Expo. DREW PERINE — Staff, file 2006 ...

Yesterday   -  

Classical music: Great and not so great in Nasher Soundings concert - Dallas Morning News

The Nasher Sculpture Center's Soundings concerts mainly feature contemporary music, but often with earlier works, even back to the baroque, as context and counterpoint. Saturday night's program mixed two works by the Australian composer-violist ...

Yesterday   -  

The truth about BANG, Mercury News and classical music coverage - Santa Cruz Sentinel

There have been reports, including on the SlippedDisc music blog, that we have killed all classical music coverage at the Bay Area News Group and the San Jose Mercury News. This is NOT true. The reports stem from the fact that a longtime jazz ...

February 28   -  

The ticket: classical music - Boston Globe (subscription)

'KING ROGER' Charles Dutoit leads the Boston Symphony Orchestra in keenly anticipated concert performances of Szymanowski's rarely spotted opera, “King Roger.” March 5 and 7, Symphony Hall. 617-266-1200, www.bso.org. Continue reading it below.

February 28   -  

The truth about BANG, Mercury News and classical music coverage - Oroville Mercury Register

There have been reports, including on the SlippedDisc music blog, that we have killed all classical music coverage at the Bay Area News Group and the San Jose Mercury News. This is NOT true. The reports stem from the fact that a longtime jazz ...

February 28   -  

Why the male domination of classical music might be coming to an end - The Guardian

And it is needed: if there's a widespread perception that classical music lags behind the other arts in terms of women's representation, that is probably because so much of its work is dominated by compositions written in past centuries, which ...

February 28   -  

Mormon Tabernacle Choir surprised with Hall of Fame induction - KSL.com

The induction honors the choir for over 140 years to choral arts and its contributions to the world of classical music. “This remarkable ensemble of 360 volunteers has inspired generations of choral conductors such as you and me through ...

February 28   -  

Weekend game plan: EcoTarium back in business; a Fruitlands visit; classical ... - Worcester Telegram

Santos Chingo buffs the floor of the EcoTarium near where Siegfried the Stegosaurus lives on the Lower Courtyard. The Worcester museum reopened Tuesday after broken water pipes forced it to close. (T&G STAFF FILE PHOTO/RICK CINCLAIR).

February 27   -  

Experiencing Vienna, the Capital of Classical Music, via Monograms - TravelPulse

It was the city that drew the giants of classical music, including Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven, as well as Schubert, Brahms and Strauss. For those who want to experience Vienna on their own, at their own pace, according to their own preferences ...
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