Monthly Archives: December 2013

Completed, finished and done

The score to Deranged Drums on Digital Vistas is ready for the rehearsal and performance stage of the composition process.  Finalised? not quite.  There will be proof-reading to do to make sure I have been consistent throughout and the preparation … Continue reading

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Music – a Universal faith

We can communicate with each other through music.  Make friends with people who have a similar fascination for music: performers, musicians and audience members alike.  We can disagree over techniques, styles and interpretations when our objective mind changes to subjective … Continue reading

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Copyright? What copyright? It is on the web.

I was concerned when I read Lucy Williams’ article about how her blog had been used without permission and someone else had claimed authorship in The Guardian http://www.theguardian.com/higher-education-network/blog/2013/dec/04/academic-blogging-newspaper-research-plagiarism – concerned but not surprised. The number of people I talk to, … Continue reading

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How does the UK nurture creativity?

A couple of news items regarding education, on most channels during the past few days in this country, have motivated me to blog again.  One report was about the education of some children in South Korea and their exhausting days … Continue reading

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