NOTE:  To the uninitiated, this may sound quite strange as Music.  It is called  “Athematic Serialism”  —  Also:  Pointillism.

All notes are equal. Try to just feel the flow of sound.  Or peerhaps a Sci-Fi  Meditation!

OrchestralDesign

In this tutorial we will cover: (theres more so click on the tab thingi)

2:43 – How to play block chords with strings
5:29 – Using a sustain pedal to smooth out chord changes
7:06 – Tracking in garage band
8:40 – Celestas and Flutes
9:46 – Arpeggiations/ Glockenspiels
11:00 – Incorporating a Celesta with block chords
13:56 – Recording a flute melody
19:04 – Orchestral Percussion

When you hear the audio cut out, its because I had to synch the video to the audio.

As usual its in 2.5k resolution.

If I missed anything or you’re unclear about something let me know in the comments section below.

Living Symphonies

June 9, 2014

nature video·186 videos

Living Symphonies is a sound installation which aims to portray a forest ecosystem in an ever changing soundscape – reflecting, in real time, the interactions of the natural world. In this film, Nature Video takes a peek under the hood of Living Symphonies, at the science which makes it possible; and asks how projects like these could influence the way that both the public and scientists see with the world around them.

Read a Q&A with sound artist Daniel Jones: http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/…

Find out more about the project: http://www.livingsymphonies.com

Toronto Symphony Orchestra·71 videos

Canadian composer Brian Current discusses his work “Three Pieces for Orchestra”, which had its Canadian Première on March 7, 2014, at our New Creations Festival.

The New Creations Festival is supported by RBC, Canada Council for the Arts, and David Broadhurst.

The music in this video is from our TSO Live recording of “The Planets” by Gustav Holst.

Andrew Schartmann·29 videos

This video addresses the question: what is a motive?

For more, visit – http://www.drewsical.com

Edmonton Symphony Orchestra·29 videos

Ever wonder how a composer puts together a new piece? In this narrated slideshow, Robert Rival, Composer-in-Residence with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, opens up his sketchbook to explain the creative process behind his latest work, Whirlwind. Lucas Waldin conducts the world premiere on September 23, 2012 at the Winspear Centre in Edmonton, AB: http://edmontonsymphony.com/sunday-sh…

David Bennett Thomas·62 videos

stgregoryschool·115 videos

St. Gregory’s Music Department offers several different opportunities for students to enhance their academic pursuits as both a pastime and a career. For our advanced music students we offer AP Music Theory and Advanced Music Theory Composition classes.

MaestroSanaboti·51 videos

John Williams
Steven Spielburg
George Lucas
Indiana Jones
Harrison Ford

peacemakerstudio·50 videos

In this video I briefly discuss the different modes of the major scale. I mention how the modes, when the tonics are based on the same note, can be interchanged while playing over the top of a drone. I also do some short improvisational leads that demonstrate the concept of using the different modes. improvisation

The Daily Beethoven·419 videos

(Make sure “Annotations” is ON to see section labels)

Bartók – Concerto for Orchestra, Sz. 116, BB 123
I. Introduzione. Andante non troppo – Allegro vivace @0:00
II. Giuoco Delle Coppie. Allegretto scherzando @9:58
III. Elegia. Andante non troppo @16:00
IV. Intermezzo Interrotto. Allegretto @24:00
V. Finale. Presto @28:16

Fritz Reiner and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra

This analysis was derived in part from David Cooper’s analysis in the Cambridge Guide to Bartok’s Cto for Orch.

Note: at this time the annotations will not appear on mobile devices, so if possible please watch from a computer.

For more videos of this type see:
Color-Coded Analysis of Beethoven’s Music (INDEX):
http://lvbandmore.blogspot.com/p/colo…

Feel  The  Vibration  Of  Humanity!

Eric Whitacre ·36 videos

OnTheGig·24 videos

Brian Tyler talks about his approach to writing music for movies like Fast and the Furious 5 on http://OnTheGig.com. Watch the full interview: http://interviews.onthegig.com/2011/0…

Motoshi Kosako·32 videos

Introduction for Harpist Motoshi Kosako’s latest project with Paul McCandless (oboe, soprano sax, english horn, bass clarinet) ハーピスト古佐小基史とポール・マキャンドレス(オーボエ、ソプラノサックス、イング­リッシュホーン、バスクラリネット)によるデュオプロジェクトの紹介ビデ

Caprica – End of Line

December 15, 2013

Bear McCreary, Composer·92 videos

Djsoulsnatcha·117 videos

A new series of videos on Techniques and methods used for producing and composing the music that i do, hopefully as the series goes on, the quality of the videos will get better and thus giving better insight into the work.

remo2012·2,472 videos

Herbert Midgley, the Internet Legend, shows you all about the V7 Chord for piano and guitar.

iconic·1,721 videos

Paul McCartney talking about classical music and composing.

Mark O’Connor·214 videos

Americana Symphony “Variations on Appalachia Waltz”

In 2009, Mark O’Connor made history by being the first violin player or fiddle player in several decades to compose a “symphony.” O’Connor’s Americana Symphony was premiered at the Cabrillo Music Festival, a contemporary music festival in Santa Cruz to a rousing standing ovation! The Americana Symphony quickly was selected by the venerable Baltimore Symphony and conductor Marin Alsop for recording. The music can be purchased at the Mark O’Connor Digital Music Store at http://www.markoconnor.com

A Journey Through the Soul of America. Mark O’Connor talks about he created his Symphony. “Americana Symphony” may well be regarded one day as one of this country’s great gifts to the classical music canon, as well as being a pivotal moment in the rise of the new American classical music” -David McGee (Spin, Rolling Stone, Barnesandnoble.com, BluegrassSpecial.com) “a monumental work…inevitably will be compared to Copland” -Associated Press “as unrepentantly tonal, accessibly melodic and sonically spacious as a great Elmer Bernstein film score” -Los Angeles Times “This is one of the most enjoyable contemporary orchestral CD’s heard in quite some time.” -ConcertoNet.com – The Classical Music Network “Mark O’Connor provides his answer to a question that has intrigued U. S. composers since the debut of Dvorak’s New World Symphony in 1892: “How do you write the great American Symphony?” -David Wallace- Juilliard School

The symphony is scored for large symphony orchestra: 3333/4331/Timp/Perc(3)Pno/Harp+Strings. The music is available to perform, rental copies as well as PDFs are available by going to http://www.markoconnorcom (sheet music page), Projects page for a free orchestral downloadable score, or write to us about rentals on the contact page.

On O’Connor’s ‘Appalachia Waltz’
“What Bach did was, he took all these dances from all the known world around him and put them in suite form. Old dances, new dances, courtly dances, peasant dances. And what Mark did was, he took this piece that is somewhat based on the Norwegian fiddling style, with the drone and that, wrote it in Santa Fe, and called it `Appalachia Waltz.’ It’s just so moving. It’s traditional. It is new. It comes from many different places, but it’s authentic. So after a long Bach evening, rather than play more Bach, this is the perfect thing.” -Yo-Yo Ma