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Beethoven Used His Ailment to Compose – You Can Too

Beethoven Used His Ailment to Compose – You Can Too

According to recent studies at both the University of Michigan and the University of Washington, where a team of well-rounded specialists analyzed Beethoven’s music for correlation with his heart arrhythmia, conclusions have been draw that he may have used his ailment to help him composes his greatest works. With the help of a historian in […]

Vienna Philharmonic Welcomes 2015 With Annual New Year’s Concert

Vienna Philharmonic Welcomes 2015 With Annual New Year’s Concert

The Vienna Philharmonic welcomes in 2015 with its annual New Year’s concert from the Musikverein, or Viennese Music Association, in Vienna, Austria. The program, From Vienna: The New Year’s Celebration 2015, is hosted by Julie Andrews and is broadcast throughout the world on New Year’s Day as part of the public television (PBS) series, Great […]

Annual Kennedy Center Honors Pay Tribute to Dedicated Performing Artists

Annual Kennedy Center Honors Pay Tribute to Dedicated Performing Artists

The Kennedy Center Honors are awarded to performing artists who have achieved high standards of excellence and used their talent to inspire the world around them. The star-studded event will be broadcast Dec. 30, from 9:00 – 11:00 p.m. ET, on CBS. It was originally held on Dec. 7, 2014, at the John F. Kennedy […]

Christmas Pyramids Part of Germany’s Woodcarving History

Christmas Pyramids Part of Germany’s Woodcarving History

Christmas pyramids are multi-level wooden platforms with figures depicting either religious themes, such as the Nativity or angels, or secular life. They have a horizontal propeller at the top which spins around from heat emitted by candles lit at the base. The multiple levels also turn, like a carousel, so the various scenes are visible […]

German Christmas Museum Tree Ornaments Exhibition

German Christmas Museum Tree Ornaments Exhibition

The history of Christmas tree ornaments is as varied as the decorations themselves. They come in many shapes and sizes. Some are handmade by elementary schoolchildren and others are carved and painted by skilled artisans. The tradition of decorating evergreen trees as a symbol of Christmas originated in Germany. It is in the German Christmas […]

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