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The images backing the original claim are easily disproven. One of them is a taken from the Klara Classical Radio Station 2004 ad campaign. The campaign modified a portrait by Barbara Kraft, painted 28 years after the death of Mozart: Kraft based this painting on contemporary paintings of Mozart provided by Mozart's sister, including these (note that the ...


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Yes, he did, prolifically. See for instance this article about a 2011 presentation by a Harvard Professor of Music, called Improvising Mozart. In Mozart's time, his reputation was based first on his skill in improvisation, second on his skill as a performing pianist, and only third on his compositions. Improvisation is still an important skill for ...


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Firstly, it wasn't until 2011 that YouTube settled the 2007 lawsuit to allow artists and publishers to enter into a licensing agreement with YouTube. This was after the "$12" quote was provided above. As this article explains an artist/publisher has the following three options: keep the song there, take it down or make money off of it. If the third option ...


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I don't know, for sure, if he did, but please note the disconnect between Cash's claim, and the refutation. I would think that Cash and his obvious musical talent/genius would be very good at discerning fine details in both tone and meter/rhythm, which would make him an "ace" at identifying Morse Code from background noise. Cash's claim, per OP - I was ...


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Lemmy Kilmister is well known for his lifelong large intake of alcohol and this relates to the stated toxic effect of alcohol on his blood in 1980 (Lemmy's blood could be intoxicated by alcohol due to a daily bottle of Jack Daniel's since 1975 until 2013 unless he sobers up). In the documentary 'Live Fast Die Old', it was revealed that Ian Fraser "Lemmy" ...


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Quoting from the Marilyn Manson site, January 13, 1994- The Chicken Incident, Dallas Texas. Manson knocked a caged chicken around the stage, and tossed it into the mosh pit. Although rumors claim that the chicken was killed, it actually escaped relatively unharmed. This story is also repeated in a different version in Letters to the Met by Karen Davis in ...


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