Posted by John Dalziel on Friday, April 1, 2011 In : Archives
The New York Philharmonic is putting its archives online, which could be a great resource for practitioners and learners of music history; when the audio and video elements come online, the archives will become a great resource for music appreciation as well.
It is early days and the entire collection is not yet digitized and online, however I'm assured that there is a lot of good resources available already. Visit the New York Philharmonic archives today you will find...
Posted by John Dalziel on Sunday, December 19, 2010 In : Library
Many practitioners and/or other learning provider stakeholders may not be aware that homemade YouTube videos are not allowed to have just any old song playing along to the images or scenes that are displayed. In some cases, they only get to realize it when YouTube takes down the video they had uploaded so enthusiastically.
To prevent that from happening they should be using music that is actually royalty free. And that is something they can find on the Stock Music Boutique website.
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