The world of music is topsy turvy, trends come and go; one minute rock is on top the next it’s dance, trance or hip hop – even listening to music changes constantly. According to the Telegraph vinyl album sales have increased and CD sales have slumped (check out www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/music/music-news/8988038/Sales-of-vinyl-albums-rise-as-CDs-slump.html for the full article). Music purists have rejoiced in this as we have all heard the ongoing and never ending argument; the vinyl Vs the CD. It seems the CD has come to the end of its lifespan like its predecessor the cassette did. The CD has been replaced by the ever-convenient MP3 format, but the fact that the vinyl has made such a popular resurgence is incredibly interesting. So in honour of this let’s take a look back at the history of the vinyl record.
The hall has one of the world's most famous stages. Since Queen Victoria opening the Hall in 1871 the Albert Hall has had some of the world's most leading artists on its stage. The Royal Albert hall was to be called The Central Hall, but it was decided by Queen Victoria when the foundations stones where being laid, to name the building The Royal Albert Hall in memory of her late husband Prince Albert.
The Albert Hall each year hosts around 360 events from classical music, pop, rock, Jazz, opera, comedy, dance, dinners, award ceremonies, tennis. The Hall has played host to over thousands of different events over the years and has affectionately been titled the Nation's Village Hall
The very 1st concert held at the Royal Albert was Arthur Sullivan's cantata, On Shore and Sea performed on 1st of May 1871.
If you love playing your acoustic guitar and be able to provide great song and entertainment, it will always be worthwhile if you can maintain it both in looks and sound. Maintenance of your acoustic guitar in particular is of great importance;
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