17th-century HMS London gun carriage lifted from Southend seabed

17th-century HMS London gun carriage lifted from Southend seabed

Gun carriage from ship that mysteriously sank, and captured the attention of Samuel Pepys, emerges in startlingly good condition (Video in link). A unique 17th-century gun carriage has been successfully ...
Source:
The Guardian
Published:
August 12, 2015
Twin Cities Early Music Festival: Where you can get your lute on

Twin Cities Early Music Festival: Where you can get your lute on

Among classical music enthusiasts, lovers of early music can seem something like sci-fi nerds, except that they are obsessed with the past, not the future. The early music crowd turns ...
Source:
TwinCities.com
Published:
August 6, 2015
Sutures With A Soundtrack: Music Can Ease Pain, Anxiety of Surgery

Sutures With A Soundtrack: Music Can Ease Pain, Anxiety of Surgery

Hospitals have a free and powerful tool that they could use more often to help reduce the pain that surgery patients experience: music. Scores of studies over the years have ...
Source:
NPR
Published:
August 13, 2015
Music of the Spheres

Music of the Spheres

Who knows if we'll ever learn what projects the late Alan Curtis, the out specialist in 17th- and 18th-century music, had underway when he died suddenly in July? But it's ...
Source:
The Bay Area Reporter
Published:
August 13, 2015
Is Apple Taking Over the Music Business?

Is Apple Taking Over the Music Business?

As of early August, Apple Music, the company's long-awaited on-demand streaming service, seemed to be a success: Overcoming technical glitches and complaints about a complex interface, Apple announced 11 million ...
Source:
Rolling Stone
Published:
August 13, 2015

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