Jazz great Ellis Marsalis dies aged 85 after virus 'complications ...

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Jazz veteran Ellis Marsalis Jr. succumbed to Coronavirus at 85 ...

Jazz great Ellis Marsalis Jr. dead at 85; fought coronavirus

The accomplished pianist died after battling pneumonia brought by COVID-19, one of his sons said late Wednesday.By JANET McCONNAUGHEY and REBECCA SANTANA, Associated Press -April 2, 2020



The Marsalis Family | Marsalis Music

Ellis Marsalis Quintet Live at Dizzy’s Nov 2016

Robert Muczynski: Fragments for Wind Trio (1958)

Charles Koechlin – Trio for Flute, Clarinet and Bassoon

Malcolm Arnold – Divertimento for Wind Trio

Bozza – Suite Breve en Trio


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Boris Giltburg
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Wiener Philharmoniker

Symphony No 5 in C-sharp minor by Gustav Mahler

1. Trauermarsch. Ingemessenem Schritt.Streng. Wie in Kondukt

2. Stürmisch bewegt, mit grösster Vehemenz

3. Scherzo. Kräftig, nicht zu schnell

4. Adagietto. Sehr langsam

5. Rondo-Finale. Allegro-Allegro giocoso. Frisch

Wiener Philharmoniker Leonard Bernstein, conductor

Alex Moukala Tutorials

This is hands down the best original piece of music I’ve ever composed, almost by mistake. I had the luck of recording the whole 25 hour process I went through to compose this from start to finish, and you can check them all out on Patreon. – Fully Mastered Track + MIDI Visualizer: https://youtu.be/LcPEEz9khLo – Other Episodes of this Track From Scratch: https://www.patreon.com/posts/26508906 – Orchestral Project Stems: https://www.patreon.com/posts/26508906 – Artwork: https://www.deviantart.com/ayyasap/

Vince Carrola

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Where to start! This video took an army to raise! I first heard this arrangment of Africa for 4 guitars at the Shearer Summer Institute in Zion National Park. I was blown away! It’s truly an incredible arrangement. Capturing Toto’s famous song with only 4 guitars is no easy feat. This version was arranged by my good friend and incredible musician and educator, Dr. Alan Hirsh. He is continually writing and arranging for guitar, and if you’re looking for guitar ensemble music of any nature, I encourage you to check out his website and contact him: https://www.guitarensemblemusic.com/.

Also, big thanks to Jake Cypher for mastering the audio! Jake and I played together for years in guitar ensemble. Not only is he a gifted guitarist but he’s also an AMAZING audio engineer. He brought this project to the next level. Check out his website to see his latest projects: http://jcyphermedia.com/projects/.

Ron Hankison helped shoot and edit the video. The extra editing he did to bring down the ceiling, erase the plugs…(something like that) is so beyond me and extremely impressive. He’s a fabulous friend and amazing artist. Tony Carrola…my bro and right hand man! Helped plan the shots and pull the whole thing off. Not to mention the hours he spent coloring and editing. (He says I made his job harder by starting the process…LIKE WHAT.) Couldn’t do it without your artistic sense and constant insults. You’re a spawn of the devil, bro. Big thanks to Tom Haas for getting us the recital hall to shoot in! And big thanks to the police officer who actually busted us in when my card stopped working. (There’s some doubt on the fact if it ever worked, though.) Lastly, thanks to Kremona guitars for outfitting me with fantastic instruments! All of the guitars are different. The one on the far right is a seven string guitar! WHAAAAA…yup, it added to that extra bass line. Kids, it’s amazing what a low B can do for the mojo of the shoot. It’s important to note that I don’t name my guitars…Tony does. He’s to blame completely for the outrageous and obnoxious names. Also, colored shoelaces are a thing…I’m obsessed. And that’s it!! Hope you guys dig. Stay rogue-ish. Break rules. See you on the next one!

YURIMA / Pianist

February 14, 2020

Drew Henderson

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Rick Beato

In this episode of Everything Music we discuss how to break down and read any common rhythms.

Rick Beato

In this episode of Everything Music we discuss how to break down and read any common rhythms.

If you’re interested in the Beato Book click here: https://rickbeato.com/shop/

Gary Ewer

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Take a look at “The Essential Secrets of Songwriting” eBooks: http://www.secretsofsongwriting.com/p…

There are subtle changes in the kinds of rhythms you use in a verse melody, compared to what you often see in a chorus. Rhythm is, of course, partly determined by the lyric, but there is a lot more to it than that.

In this video, you’ll discover the secrets of increasing the impact a chorus melody has, by elongating and simplifying the rhythms. Two songs serve as demonstrators for this basic principle: “Take It Easy” (Jackson Browne/Glenn Frey) and “Love Me Like You Do” (Max Martin, Savan Kotecha, Ilya Salmanzadeh, Ali Payami, Tove Nilsson)


February 4, 2020


January 28, 2020

Fly Me To The Moon (B. Howard) – Bruskers Guitar Duo

Bruskers Guitar Duo


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By Winifred Phillips

This photo shows video game composer Winifred Phillips working in her music production studio. Phillips has composed music for titles in five of the most popular franchises in gaming (Assassin's Creed, God of War, Total War, The Sims, LittleBigPlanet).

Hello there!  I’m videogame composer Winifred Phillips, and it’s time once again for our yearly collection of top resources for game audio practitioners!  The following article contains an expanded and updated collection of links on an assortment of subjects important to the game audio community.  We kick things off with a list of concert tours and annual game music events.  After that, we check out the online game audio communities that we can join for support and assistance.  We’ll take a look at the software applications currently in use by game audio pros.  Finally, we’ll look at what’s going on in the world of game audio conferences and academia.

Everybody ready to go?  Let’s do this!



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Jonathan Scott performs his solo organ arrangement of Allegro con brio from Symphony No. 5 in c minor Op. 67 by Ludwig van Beethoven at the organ of St. Nicolas’ Church, Toulouse, France. The score of this arrangement is available here: http://www.scottbrothersduo.com/SCORE… Organ by Daublaine & Callinet (1845) – Full details below. Filmed at the 2019 Toulouse Organ Festival – Toulouse les Orgues. Film & Sound by Tom Scott Please visit: http://www.scottbrothersduo.com

THE ORGAN OF ST. NICOLAS CHURCH, TOULOUSE, FRANCE Daublaine & Callinet (1845) Poirier & Lieberknecht (1857) Maurice Puget (1944) Restauration Orgues Giroud Successeurs, Jacques Nonnet (gérant) (2002-04)

The organ (without case) was exhibited at the French Industrial Exposition of 1844 in Paris and was classified as a historical monument on May 4, 1987. The organ was given a case and installed at St. Nicolas in 1844-5. It was inaugurated by Alfred Lefebure-Wély on February 28, 1845

Presented by Oscar Osicki – Music Analysis

Performed by Chicago Symphony Orchestra

Stephane Deneve, conductor

Inside the Score

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Episode 7 of Discovering Classical Music

My Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/insidethescore

A listener’s guide to Berlioz’s Magnum Opus – Symphonie Fantastique, famously inspired by a drug-induced, opium trip where the artist fantasizes about his beloved, then his own public execution, then his dark, Satanic funeral. Lots of musical examples, and recommended recordings at the end.

Presented by Oscar Osicki



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From 1963 album “Seven Steps to Heaven”