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Ten iconic sporting themes for clarinet, flute and saxophone

Ten iconic sporting themes for clarinet, flute and saxophone

GregJohnson August 7, 2012 0

Step into the spotlight during the 2012 summer of sport, with Guestspot: Sporting Themes  for alto saxophone, clarinet and flute. Featuring ten of the most popular and iconic sporting themes, the Guestspot series of

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Are you ready to ring All The Bells for the Olympics this Friday?

Are you ready to ring All The Bells for the Olympics this Friday?

GregJohnson July 25, 2012 0

This Friday, Big Ben will ring out for three minutes as part of a massive nationwide musical event to open the first day of the London 2012 Olympic Games. At 8am, members of the

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Olympic organisers respond to musicians but payment row still rages on

Olympic organisers respond to musicians but payment row still rages on

GregJohnson July 11, 2012 4

The organizers of the London 2012 Olympic Games have responded to the growing anger surrounding the possible exploitation of musicians in the run up to this summer’s sporting spectacle. Over 3,500 supporters have so

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Play the music of the London 2012 Olympics from Musicroom

Play the music of the London 2012 Olympics from Musicroom

GregJohnson July 9, 2012 4

The London 2012 Olympic Games draw ever closer and now musicians can take part in the biggest event of the year with the release of the official London 2012 Olympic Games Songbook. Featuring 13

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Top 10 Olympic and sporting themes

Top 10 Olympic and sporting themes

GregJohnson July 6, 2012 1

The last two weeks have seen music and sport come together in the entertainment headlines: Muse released their official Olympic song Survival, London 2012 organisers unveiled a special music service for spectators called Rock

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Rock The Games at the London 2012 Olympics

Rock The Games at the London 2012 Olympics

GregJohnson June 28, 2012 0

Olympics officials have announced exciting new plans to use music to enhance the experiences of spectators at this summer’s games. Debbie Jevans, London 2012′s director of sport, explained that sports fans will be given

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Martin Creed asks the UK to ring All The Bells for the Olympic games

Martin Creed asks the UK to ring All The Bells for the Olympic games

GregJohnson June 27, 2012 2

Novello & Co. composer, Martin Creed, has been commissioned by the London 2012 Festival to ring in the opening of the London Olympic and Paralympic games this summer, and he needs your help! With

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Teach and Play’s Mike Simpson on the value of teaching world music

Teach and Play’s Mike Simpson on the value of teaching world music

GregJohnson May 9, 2012 0

The Olympics come to London this summer, bringing with them a focus on the diverse and varied cultures of the world through the games’ accompanying Cultural Olympiad. Featuring music and art from around the

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Are parents the unsung heroes of the music world?

Are parents the unsung heroes of the music world?

GregJohnson April 24, 2012 1

Proctor & Gamble’s latest Olympic themed ad is sweeping across the internet. Its heart-tugging narrative charts a dedicated group of mothers supporting their children from beginner to gold medal winning athelete. Check out the

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To pay or not to pay? Should musicians be paid at the London 2012 Olympics?

To pay or not to pay? Should musicians be paid at the London 2012 Olympics?

GregJohnson April 12, 2012 10

The UK will host two of the biggest events of the decade this summer – the London Olympics and the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. But a debate is emerging about whether or not musicians should

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