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‘A lot of the English music I sang was inspired from Hindustani classical’: Amit Chaudhuri

Indian Express 22 Nov 2021
... modern culture with its own literature, children’s literature, songs, radio programmes ... Since the value system in the West is centred around not just the music and compositions but around composers like Beethoven and Mozart, they become part of this idea of cultural property.
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Completely Mozart: The Pianos Festival tickles Jerusalem’s ivories

The Jerusalem Post 04 Nov 2021
One could certainly place Mozart’s oeuvre, as a whole, in that chronological continuum-spanning category ... For Wolpe there is no such thing as high or low culture and, despite the reverence in which Mozart has been held over the decades, the Austrian composer would, no doubt, go along with that open and all-embracing ethos.
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A mother’s ode to joy

Messenger-Inquirer 09 Oct 2021
It was some motherly sense of triumph to hear my sons pluck piano keys with purpose ... It was a beautiful dream. Suddenly, it was a surreal reality of bliss and home and family and culture. A joy. But not every day is like this ... Just last week, my little Mozarts and I had been to the grocery store, and we were all ravenous from the day’s rush ... Trust ... .
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Londoner’s Diary: Dowden’s drinks do turns into a knock, knock joke

London Evening Standard 05 Oct 2021
... struggling to find a woman who he loves more than Mozart. We also listened in as Mike Leigh hit out at woke culture.
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Column: This oil industry group sued its environmentalist critics and landed itself in bankruptcy

The Los Angeles Times 16 Sep 2021
Stories involving bullies receiving their comeuppance offer such visceral pleasures that they’ve become deeply ingrained in our culture, from Angelo in Shakespeare’sMeasure for Measure” to the lascivious Count in Mozart’s “Marriage of Figaro” right up to the deplorable Biff in the movie “Back to the Future.”. Here’s a story from real life ... 6.
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CBSO names Kazuki Yamada as new chief conductor

The Observer 14 Sep 2021
The City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra today announces that its next chief conductor is to be Kazuki Yamada ... “On his debut with the orchestra back in 2012 he made a very strong impression” said CBSO’s chief executive Stephen Maddock ... “I’d like to introduce Japanese culture through music,” he says. Mozart’s music, too, is a particular favourite ... .
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Lockdown lifted: The best arts picks for May to July, from live music and theatre ...

The Independent 02 Sep 2021
... or deleting the cultural events that didn’t happen ... To celebrate, here are our top cultural picks for the months ahead, from Barbara Hepworth and Black Widow to Al Murray and Mozart.
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Winners of Queen Elisabeth Piano Competition to hold recitals in Korea

Korea Times 30 Aug 2021
83," the piece he played in the final of the competition, with the Chuncheon Philharmonic Orchestra at the Chuncheon Culture & Art Center in Chuncheon, Gangwon Province on Sept ... The two will also perform at the Asia Culture Center on Sept ... At a recital scheduled to be held at the Nowon Culture and Arts Center, Seoul, on Sept.
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Yendry Is the Trilingual Pop Star of Tomorrow

Spin 23 Aug 2021
“I had the chance to see two different cultures,” Yendry tells SPIN over Zoom ... Credit ... For “Se Acabó,” a reggaeton banger with an electronic glow, she teamed up with Dominican rapper Mozart La Para. “I’m trying to mix different cultures, so I always believed that doesn’t really have any genre,” she says.
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George Will: Meritocracy: One of America's basic premises

News & Record 11 Aug 2021
“Even young Mozart had to practise.”.Adrian Wooldridge. WASHINGTON — This cultural moment is defined by the peculiar idea that America has such a surplus of excellence, it can dispense with something that should be rejected as inequitable — rigorous competition to identify merit ... Indeed, it cannot mean that ... .
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Save U.S. meritocracy

The Scranton Times-Tribune 08 Aug 2021
“Even young Mozart had to practise.”. Adrian Wooldridge. WASHINGTON — This cultural moment is defined by the peculiar idea that America has such a surplus of excellence, it can dispense with rigorous competition to identify merit. Progressives recoil from the idea that propelled humanity’s ascent to modernity ... ....
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Will: Rejecting meritocracy clashes with America's basic premises

The Roanoke Times 08 Aug 2021
“Even young Mozart had to practise.”.Adrian Wooldridge. WASHINGTON — This cultural moment is defined by the peculiar idea that America has such a surplus of excellence, it can dispense with something that should be rejected as inequitable — rigorous competition to identify merit ... Indeed, it cannot mean that ... self-sacrifice and risk-taking ... .
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George Will: Rejecting meritocracy clashes with America's basic premises

The Marshall News Messenger 08 Aug 2021
”Even young Mozart had to practice.”.Adrian Wooldridge. WASHINGTON — This cultural moment is defined by the peculiar idea that America has such a surplus of excellence, it can dispense with something that should be rejected as inequitable — rigorous competition to identify merit ... ... Indeed, it cannot mean that ... Recommended For You ... ....
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Thinking It Through: The good, the true and the beautiful

Daily Press Victorville 14 May 2021
His concern then was that he feared he “could not take his Mozart along with his Marx.” Mind you, that was years before cancel culture became powerful, but its “politically correct” components were already in place.
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