There is a piece of music currently being played that will take 639 years to complete, ending in 2640.
After conducting Symphony No. 9 stone deaf, Beethoven had to be physically turned around to see the audience applaud him (some waved handkerchiefs so he could visibly see their ovations).
Beethoven continued to compose conduct, and perform after becoming completely deaf.
In retail slow music is played to keep you shopping and spend more; in restaurants fast music is played to speed up turnaround.
Jack White from The White Stripes only records in analog and edits his tapes manually with a razor blade.
At the moment John Lennon was pronounced dead a Beatles song came over the hospital’s sound system.
When Cypress Hill’s “Insane in the Brain” is played directly into a dead squid’s nervous system it changes color to the beat.
The chills you get when listening to music are caused by the release of dopamine in your body.
Emily Howell is a computer program that can make classical music.
A technique called “circular breathing” allowed a saxophone player to hold an E-flat for 45 minutes and 47 seconds.