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Artificial vocal cords to help damaged voices in the future?

Artificial vocal cords to help damaged voices in the future?

GregJohnson August 24, 2012 0

A team of researchers at MIT, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the USA, have developed a synthetic tissue that they hope could one day work to heal the damage and abused vocal cords.

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New titles at musicroom

New titles at musicroom

PeterHulley July 4, 2012 0

There’s a constant stream of New Titles coming into musicroom every day, so we thought it would be interesting to showcase the highlights for your perusing pleasure. This week we have everything from a

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Musikmesse 2012: Modern sounds for modern choirs in Today’s Choral Classics collection

Musikmesse 2012: Modern sounds for modern choirs in Today’s Choral Classics collection

GregJohnson March 20, 2012 0

A new titles focusing on the best of modern chorus music is to be launched at the Frankfurt Musikmesse 2012. Today’s Choral Classics is a special collection of pieces from the most exciting talents

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Musikmesse 2012: Music for Royal Occasions – the perfect choral collection for the Diamond Jubilee

Musikmesse 2012: Music for Royal Occasions – the perfect choral collection for the Diamond Jubilee

GregJohnson March 20, 2012 0

Choral and classical publishers, Chester Novello, are to launch a new choral title at this year’s Musikmesse show in Frankfurt. Music for Royal Occasions is a regal collection of pieces written for coronations and

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The Institute launches new Masters Degree for guitar, bass, drum and vocal students

The Institute launches new Masters Degree for guitar, bass, drum and vocal students

GregJohnson March 9, 2012 0

Music students can now work for a brand new Masters Degree after the Institute of Contemporary Music Performance announced this week that it will launch a new course. The MMus Degree in Popular Music

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Think you can write an opera? The ENO is looking for you

Think you can write an opera? The ENO is looking for you

GregJohnson March 7, 2012 0

Gone are the days of stuffy 18th century operas of powdered wigs and prima donnas, opera companies have for years been attempting to put new life into classic operas and commission new works. Even

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Remembering Whitney Houston: singing 5 of her greatest hits

Remembering Whitney Houston: singing 5 of her greatest hits

GregJohnson February 13, 2012 0

On Saturday 11 February 2012, Whitney Houston passed away in Beverley Hills, Los Angeles. She was ‘the voice’ of the 20th century and a true global singing superstar, leaveing behind a legacy of incredible

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10 of the most extreme vocals in music

10 of the most extreme vocals in music

GregJohnson February 7, 2012 0

Last week, Paul Mealor announced that his search for a record breaking bass singer had begun. Finding a voice capable of hitting a low E in a choral setting is certainly no small task,

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Time is running out to join Eric Whitacre’s Virtual Choir 3

Time is running out to join Eric Whitacre’s Virtual Choir 3

GregJohnson January 19, 2012 0

Singers and choral music lovers have less than two weeks left to become a voice in Eric Whitacre’s Virtual Choir 3 – the composer’s most ambitious online collective singing project so far. The 31

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