Thursday, March 22, 2012
Thursday, March 15, 2012
Noteworthy institution Southern Music Co. is closing down Read more: http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/local_news/article/A-noteworthy-institution-is-
Southern Music Co., a source of printed sheet music for millions of students around the world for the past 75 years, has hit its last note.
The San Antonio retail and wholesale music distributor plans to close its doors Feb. 25, another casualty of the digital age that has claimed thousands of bookstores and record shops across the nation.
"Leon Theremin had come to the Bolshevik leader's attention after inventing a revolutionary electronic musical instrument that was played without being touched.
Theremin was nervous before meeting Lenin, but later said the demonstration of his invention, which became known as the Theremin, had gone well."
For the full story, please see bbc.co.uk.
- "Chances are, you've fallen victim to earworms — pesky songs or melodies that get stuck in your head and just won't get out.
Research suggests that there may be psychological reasons why some songs are more likely to stick, including memory triggers, emotional states and even stress. Some researchers hope to better understand why this happens and figure out what, if anything, music memory can teach psychologists about how to treat patients dealing with memory loss."
For the full story, please see npr.org.
Thursday, March 8, 2012
Saturday, March 10: Noon-7pm
Sunday, March 11: 1pm-9pm
Monday, March 12: 8am-9pm
Tuesday, March 13: 8am-9pm
Special thanks to the School of Music for the support to make extended hours possible!
Monday, March 5, 2012
- "Patricia Augustin, 19, of Indonesia says she scours the Internet every day for the latest updates on Korean pop music. Paula Lema Aguirre, a high school student from Peru, says she is happiest when she sings Korean songs, especially “It Hurts,” the group 2NE1’s single about teenage love."
For the full story, please see the New York Times.