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Silent Night most recorded Christmas song

Silent Night most recorded Christmas song

Musicroom December 21, 2010 0

Christmas carol “Silent Night” has topped the list of Britain’s “most recorded Christmas song of all time,” according to music licensing company PPL. The 190-year-old Austrian carol beat more recent festive compositions such as

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Shortlist for alternative Christmas song competition revealed

Shortlist for alternative Christmas song competition revealed

Musicroom December 17, 2010 0

Audio-Technica has revealed the final shortlisted songs for its alternative Christmas track competition. With the festive season well and truly under way, the audio equipment manufacturer is hoping to find an alternative to the

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ROSL searches for talented musicians

ROSL searches for talented musicians

Musicroom December 16, 2010 0

Musicians from the UK and around the British Commonwealth have been invited to take part in the prestigious 2011 Royal Over-Seas (ROSL) competition. With more than £60,000 available in prize money and the opportunity

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Alternative Christmas song competition launched

Alternative Christmas song competition launched

Musicroom November 15, 2010 0

The countdown to the Christmas season is upon us and audio equipment manufacturer Audio-Technica has launched a brand-new themed competition to celebrate. Now is the time of year when the classic Christmas tunes start

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Rae Mac’s Rock Around The Clock

Rae Mac’s Rock Around The Clock

Edinburgh November 12, 2010 0

Inspired by watching John Barrowman dancing in his pants on The Best Of Children In Need the other night, Rae Macintosh Music has decided to jump into Children In Need with both feet this

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Youth early music competition opens for applications

Youth early music competition opens for applications

Musicroom November 10, 2010 Comments Off

Young musicians aged between 17 and 35 years have been urged to showcase their talents and apply for a new music competition. Open to ensembles consisting of a minimum of two people, the York

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Applications for BBC Performing Arts Fund open

Applications for BBC Performing Arts Fund open

Musicroom November 8, 2010 0

Budding young musicians around the country could be set to benefit from applying for a grant from the BBC’s Performing Arts Fund. The news provider has revealed that it is now accepting applications for

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Young conductors invited to apply for RNCM fellowship

Young conductors invited to apply for RNCM fellowship

Musicroom November 8, 2010 0

Young conductors looking to take the next step may be interested to learn that the Royal Northern College of Music (RNCM) has opened up applications for its Conductors Scheme for next year. The music

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Shock as music teacher reaches breaking point

Shock as music teacher reaches breaking point

Musicroom November 5, 2010 0

Students take heed, you ignore your conductor at your peril! This particular conductor reached breaking point when his orchestra talked amongst themselves instead of listening to his musical direction. Watch on and see the

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Yamaha CFX Triumphs at 16th international Chopin competition

Yamaha CFX Triumphs at 16th international Chopin competition

Musicroom October 27, 2010 0

Russia’s brilliant Yulianna Avdeeva and Yamaha‘s acclaimed CFX concert grand piano took centre stage at the 2010 International Frédéric Chopin Piano Competition as the outstanding 25-year-old pianist took first prize at the highly prestigious

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