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How Music Does That

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Sometimes the greatest moment in music is the one you don't hear.
After greatness came one bad decision—and then, the forgetting.
Eight hundred years ago, they left the church and found the world.
Put on the good Dockers, Chad. We're going in.
Most covers stay on the surface. Sara Bareilles got down into the bones.
It could be worse. Just kidding.
Sternberg didn't like film music—until he needed it.
Classical music isn't that white by accident -- and it can't afford to stay that way.
If you love a song you don't really care about, see if it's from the year you were 12.
Can music capture the experience of dementia?
When I was a boy, I sat bored in church, trying to break a code.
Children are taught to fear and avoid this sound. All the more reason to love it.
The lyrics are poetic and evocative. But let's talk about that long trip home.
Sea shanties grew in black soil.
Antonio Vivaldi was a very big deal -- and then he wasn't. But he had a plan.
For a few weeks, TikTok forged an unholy alliance of banjo, yodeling, and scientific notation.
Sometimes you find the Vibe. Sometimes the Vibe finds you.
The fact that music unfolds over time is key to understanding its unique power.
'Wait a minute - how do YOU know Purple Haze?!'
It has to do with monkeys, somehow.
It's an electrifying cry from the ancient heart of Bali. Or is it?
Classical music isn't that white by accident -- and it can't afford to stay that way.
Strip language away, and the human voice becomes a pure instrument of emotion.
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