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"The Prince of Wales was saddened to hear of the death of John Tavener," a Clarence House spokesman said.
The celebrated contemporary composer has died at the age of 69.
One of Britain's most celebrated contemporary composers, Sir John Tavener, has died at the age of 69, his music publisher has announced.
His Song For Athene was famously played at the funeral of Diana, Princess of Wales in 1997. He received a knighthood in 2000.
Explicit music videos should be made available to the public in a responsible age-appropriate way but should not be banned completely, Gennaro Castaldo of the British Recorded Music Industry told ITV News.
"We have been speaking to digital service providers about whether they could introduce age-based filters. That could be one way of solving this problem," Mr Castaldo said.
"Rather than trying to stop content by banning or censoring it, it’s about how to make it available in a responsible fashion."
Mr Castaldo said the industry takes the issue extremely seriously, but pointed out that "values move" on and that "back in the 50s, people were scandalised by Elvis Presley."
The drummer and co-founder of Fleetwood Mac, Mick Fleetwood, has said he wants to make at least one more album before they "shut up shop".
In an interview with Absolute Radio, Fleetwood said: “I don’t know whether it is five years or seven years or it could be eighteen months. I hope that whenever that happens that it is done gracefully".
The band have been going for almost 50 years and recently toured Britain before embarking upon a series of European dates.
Listen to the full interview on Absolute Radio’s Sunday Night Music Club on 13th October from 10pm or at www.absoluteradio.co.uk/listen/
One Direction will release their third album, called Midnight Memories, this November in a bid to dominate the Christmas charts.
The record will include their number one hit Best Song Ever and tops a busy year for the boy band, who recently released their first film.
The band's previous two albums have topped charts around the world and their recent film made almost £3.5 million at the UK box office in the first weekend after its release, as well as raking in £11 million in its opening weekend in the US.
Midnight Memories will be released on November 25.
Grammy Award winner Fergie has officially changed her name.
The singer, who was born Stacy Ann Ferguson, now goes by the name Fergie Duhamel, her representative said.
Fergie, who is one-fourth of the Black Eyed Peas, released her debut solo album The Dutchess in 2006.
The 38 year old is married to actor Josh Duhamel and is pregnant with their first child.