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Digital Folk Project - Introduction - Simon Keegan-Phipps

The Digital Folk Project is a research project looking at the uses and impacts of digital media and technologies in folk arts participation. It was funded by the Arts and Humanities Research…

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Digital Folk Project - Introduction and Findings - Simon Keegan-Phipps

The Digital Folk Project is a research project looking at the uses and impacts of digital media and technologies in folk arts participation. It was funded by the Arts and Humanities Research…

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Ensembles at the University of Sheffield

The Department of Music provides opportunities for students across the whole University to participate in its musical ensembles, the outputs of which make a significant contribution towards the…

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Ellen Sargen talks about her composition 'Collage'

Sheffield MA alumna Ellen Sargen talks about her composition 'Collage', composed as part of the MA Collaborative Project module. This video is part of the Centre for New Music at…

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Katie Williamson talks about her composition 'Clochan an Aifir'

Sheffield MA Alumna Katie Williamson talks about her composition 'Clochan an Aifir'. This video is presented as part of the Centre for New Music at Sheffield 'Creative Voices'…

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Dorothy Ker talks about her work 'Time Bends in the Rock'

Sheffield composer Dr Dorothy Ker talks about her composition 'Time Bends in the Rock'. This video is presented as part of the Centre for New Music at Sheffield 'Creative Voices'…

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Jay Platt talks about 'My Brain is a Folded Device'

Sheffield MA Alumnus Jay Platt presents his composition 'My Brain is a Folded Device' This video is presented as part of the Centre for New Music at Sheffield 'Creative Voices'…

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Ben Gaunt talks about 'Empty Hand, Peaceful Mind'

Sheffield Alumnus Dr Ben Gaunt introduces his work 'Empty Hand, Peaceful Mind', composed through the LSO Sound Hub scheme. This video is presented as part of the Centre for New Music at…

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What is the link between humans, music & memory?

We often listen to songs over and over again and this enables our brains to lay down strong memories of the music we like. The emotional connection that we also have with songs means that this memory…

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What happens to your memory when you train to be a musician?

Dr Victoria Williamson is a lecturer and researcher on music psychology at the University of Sheffield. In this video, she explains what happens in the memory when someone trains to be a musician -…

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Helena Muller - Lost chord

Helena Muller is the Founder and Chief Executive of Lost Chord, an organisation that produces more than 1,300 interactive musical sessions a year in 130 care homes, designed to stimulate responses…

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David Robinson - Nordoff Robbins

David Robinson is a Sheffield alumni who has made the transition from being a town planner to Lead Music Therapist at Nordoff Robbins. Here he speaks about the work of music therapy and its…

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Music and the Brain - Professor Robert Winston

Professor Lord Robert Winston (Scientist & Chairman of the Royal College of Music) delivers a talk on music and mind. Professor Winston’s approach brought a refreshing balance to the…

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Introduction to Music & Wellbeing - Dr Victoria Williamson

Dr Victoria Williamson is the Director of Music and Wellbeing. Laura is the Vice Chancellor’s Fellow for Music at the University of Sheffield and teaches on the MA course in Psychology of…

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Bringing songs back to life

To commemorate World War I, one of our Music students worked with school children to bring songs from 100 years ago back to life.

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Music at Sheffield

Admission tutor Dr Tim Shephard talks about studying Music at the University of Sheffield.

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