Monthly Archives: May 2011

From an ad

The music in my head this morning is from a video built, I imagine, to energize people in Portugal, to ask them to vote,and  be united in making our society survive the crisis and our own selves. The video shows … Continue reading

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iLike the beat

Sometimes all I want to do is dance (some people may call it “jump around”). Does anyone understand this urge? Do you ever listen to a song that just makes you feel like getting up and jump around? I wonder … Continue reading

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Eurovision disappointment: Far are the days of cultural diversity celebration

Music is an universal art form (or so I keep introducing my work with). Independent of personal tastes, some songs seem to be appreciated by everyone. It may even happen that you think you don’t like a certain song because … Continue reading

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Major research study approaching

I’m a weekend away (ok, and a Friday) from starting my main empirical study on the effects of singing on well-being. Next Monday, CCCU’s Cantata Choir, conducted by Prof. Grenville Hancox, will have a rehearsal. Before this rehearsal, willing singers … Continue reading

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First post…

post-mac…This song just popped up when I was trying to makes things work between me and my new pc in my new life after my mac’s bereavement…

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May be repeating a recent one…

Oh well! Can only blame my brain!

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Sérgio Godinho

Several songs in my head this morning. They all have in common Sérgio Godinho‘s voice. Sextos Sentidos is a Silence4 song and Sérgio Godinho was, I imagine, invited to join David Fonseca and Sofia Lisboa in singing it. A song … Continue reading

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