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Musicroom’s Back To School store is now open

Musicroom’s Back To School store is now open

GregJohnson August 22, 2013 0

Get Back To School with Musicroom this summer! In order to get you ready for the new school term, Musicrom are offering a fantastic range of great deals and offers on textbooks, songbooks, sheet

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James Hill plays the ukulele the chopsticks and a comb with amazing results

James Hill plays the ukulele the chopsticks and a comb with amazing results

GregJohnson August 14, 2013 0

Canadian ukulele player James Hill has been wowing YouTube viewers with his unique way of playing the diminutive string instruments. Using a pair of wooden chopsticks, some tape and a comb, Hill is able

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WIN prizes throughout August when you spend over £15 at Musicroom.com

WIN prizes throughout August when you spend over £15 at Musicroom.com

GregJohnson August 6, 2013 0

Whether you’re celebrating your summer or getting ready to go back to school, Musicroom have the perfect August competition for you! Make an order worth over £15 at Musicroom.com during the four weeks of

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Out this week: Hugh Laurie, Daft Punk, ABRSM Clarinet and Flute – July 5

Out this week: Hugh Laurie, Daft Punk, ABRSM Clarinet and Flute – July 5

GregJohnson July 4, 2013 0

Out this week at Musicroom.com: Hugh Laurie – Didn’t It Rain Piano, vocal, guitar – £14.95 Didn’t It Rain is the follow up to Hugh Laure’s best selling debut album, Let Them Talk. This

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John Harle wins 2013 Ivor Novello for ‘Best Television Soundtrack’

John Harle wins 2013 Ivor Novello for ‘Best Television Soundtrack’

GregJohnson May 16, 2013 0

Music Sales composer John Harle has won the Ivor Novello Award for Best Television Soundtrack. The award was presented to Harle today at a ceremony in London for his score to the BBC documentary

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Half-term events at Musicroom this May and June

Half-term events at Musicroom this May and June

GregJohnson May 11, 2013 0

This half-term, Musicroom will be hosting a number of half-term events across the UK. Below is a list of FREE activity days taking place this May and June at stores in Brighton, Bristol, Exeter,

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Kaija Saariaho and Youssou N’Dour awarded Polar Music Prize 2013

Kaija Saariaho and Youssou N’Dour awarded Polar Music Prize 2013

GregJohnson May 7, 2013 0

Finnish composer Kaija Saariaho and Senegalese percussionist, songwriter and Mbalax pioneer Youssou N’Dour have been awarded the 2013 Polar Music Prize. The prize was founded in 1989 by the highly influential publisher, lyricist and

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Einaudi, Willie Nelson and The Sonics triumph in Top 20 music advertisements

Einaudi, Willie Nelson and The Sonics triumph in Top 20 music advertisements

GregJohnson May 2, 2013 0

The challenges and opportunities created by the internet have forced artists and the music industry itself to find new ways to make money from their art. With the old models of selling records no

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Government plan to sell British culture as a commodity a threat to UK musicians?

Government plan to sell British culture as a commodity a threat to UK musicians?

GregJohnson April 24, 2013 0

MP and culture secretary Maria Miller believes that British culture should be presented as a commodity – a “competing product” to be funded and supported based on economic rather than creative grounds. In the

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Nominations for Ivor Novello Awards 2013 announced

Nominations for Ivor Novello Awards 2013 announced

GregJohnson April 17, 2013 0

The nominees for the 2013 Ivor Novello Awards have been announced. Now into its 58th year, the Ivors celebrate and recognise the very best in British songwriting and composition. Previous recent winners include Adele,

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