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Music for mental health: School singing ban needs a rethink, urges Peter Corry

Belfast Telegraph 07 Apr 2021
Renowned Belfast performer Peter Corry is urging the Executive to reconsider the ban on singing in schools, saying "young people's mental health depends on it" ... The playing of brass and wind instruments is also currently banned indoors ... Mr Corry, a well-known musical director, told the Belfast Telegraph ... Mr Corry added ... .
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Piano genius accused of grooming a 13-year-old girl while she studied at prestigious music school ...

The Daily Mail 06 Apr 2021
Piano virtuoso Jeremy So has been charged with grooming and sexually abusing a music student at the Conservatorium High School ... The pair's first face-to-face meeting allegedly took place in 2009 after So graduated to the University Conservatorium of Music next door, according to The Telegraph.
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UK, Covid Passports to be Tested at Big Events.

Tap News 05 Apr 2021
Some of the most high-profile sporting occasions, including the FA Cup semi-finals and final as well as the League Cup final in football and the World Snooker Championship are expected to take part, along with the music industry’s Brit Awards, according to the plans, first reported in the Daily Telegraph ...  . Source. .
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NOT REAL NEWS

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 04 Apr 2021
The music video for Lil Nas X's new song "Montero (Call Me By Your Name)" shows the musician, whose real name is Montero Lamar Hill, descending into hell, dancing for Satan and claiming the devil's horns as his own ... Oxford University is not scrapping sheet music ... Rouse shared a statement from the university's music faculty.
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NOT REAL NEWS: A look at what didn't happen this week

Times Free Press 03 Apr 2021
The music video for Lil Nas X's new song "Montero (Call Me By Your Name)" shows the musician, whose real name is Montero Lamar Hill, descending into hell, dancing for Satan and claiming the devil's horns as his own ... The bogus claims, shared thousands of times, have roots in an article published in Britain's Daily Telegraph.
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NOT REAL NEWS: A look at what didn’t happen this week

Federal News Radio 03 Apr 2021
The music video for Lil Nas X’s new song “Montero (Call Me By Your Name)” shows the musician, whose real name is Montero Lamar Hill, descending into hell, dancing for Satan and claiming the devil’s horns as his own ... Oxford University is not scrapping sheet music ... Rouse shared a statement from the university’s music faculty.
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Delivering grandma's ballot not a crime in Georgia: A closer look at false, misleading claims ...

Beatrice Daily Sun 03 Apr 2021
Lil Nas X accepts the award for top hot 100 song for "Old Town Road" at the Billboard Music Awards on Wednesday, Oct ... The music video for Lil Nas X's new song "Montero (Call Me By Your Name)" shows the musician, whose real name is Montero Lamar Hill, descending into hell, dancing for Satan and claiming the devil's horns as his own.
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Send us your lockdown music videos - Belfast Telegraph readers are showcasing their homegrown tracks

Belfast Telegraph 02 Apr 2021
If you or your band are one of those who have released a pandemic song, or put together a music video, the Belfast Telegraph would love you to get in touch so we can showcase your lockdown music efforts and the creative talent out there in Northern Ireland ... Oh Yeah Music Centre Youth Dept.
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Marshall Symphony Orchestra opens auditions for Voices: The Heartland Concert 2.0

The Marshall News Messenger 02 Apr 2021
Auditions for the Marshall Symphony Orchestra’s Voices 2.0 concert competition open up Saturday at Telegraph Park starting at 7 p.m ... The second qualifying audition will be hosted at the Jefferson Institute on April 10, at 7 p.m., with final auditions scheduled for April 17 at Telegraph Park.
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New Location, Same Amoeba Music? Fans Hope Iconic Store Keeps Rockin’ That ‘Funky Vibe’

The Wrap 01 Apr 2021
A new address can never diminish the luster of Amoeba Music Hollywood for L.A.’s passionate pop music community, local experts say. On Thursday, independent record store Amoeba Music, which closed its doors at 6400 Sunset Blvd ... music journalist and critic Randy Lewis joked to TheWrap ... Amoeba Music was founded in 1990 and opened on Telegraph Ave.
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'She's always put herself last': Guy Sebastian praises wife Jules for making 'so many sacrifices' ...

The Daily Mail 31 Mar 2021
Speaking to The Daily Telegraph on Wednesday at Jules' debut book launch, The Voice Australia coach said his wife has always been selfless ... Guy Sebastian, 39, praised wife Jules Sebastian, 41, (both pictured) for making 'so many sacrifices' during his high-flying TV and music career, in an interview with The Daily Telegraph on Wednesday.
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Teen blames ‘passive smoking’ by passenger for positive THC reading during roadside test

Toronto Sun 31 Mar 2021
A 19-year-old driver in the U.K. who blamed weed smoking by a passenger in his car as the reason he tested positive for THC will not be hitting the road for the next year and a half ... for speeding ... He was not a regular drug user and his one and only experience with cannabis had been at a music festival, according to the Telegraph & Argus ... .
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Oxford wants to scrap sheet music over complicity in ‘white supremacy’

New York Post 30 Mar 2021
The faculty board came up with a series of radical changes to “enhance the diversity” of the music curriculum “arising from international Black Lives Matter demonstrations,” The Telegraph said, citing internal documents about the proposals ... The University of Oxford did not reply to requests for comment, The Telegraph said.
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Send us your lockdown music videos - Belfast Telegraph readers can showcase their homegrown tracks

Belfast Telegraph 30 Mar 2021
If you or your band are one of those who have released a pandemic song, or put together a music video, the Belfast Telegraph would love you to get in touch so we can showcase your lockdown music efforts and the creative talent out there in Northern Ireland.
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University of Oxford considers scrapping sheet music for being 'too colonial' after staff raise concerns ...

The Daily Mail 28 Mar 2021
The University of Oxford is considering scrapping sheet music for being 'too colonial' after staff raised concerns about the ... University staff have argued that the current curriculum focuses on 'white European music from the slave period', according to The Telegraph.
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