Picture Credicts- DNA India By Dr.Priyaankaa Mathur   Indian cinema is known for it’s unique feature of songs and dance numbers which play a definite part in the storytelling. Filmy Files brings to you five music composer duo’s who teamed up to create some of the most exotic melodies, but also gave some of the […]

Music Composer Duos who took Indian Cinema by Storm! — Filmi Files

Whether you come up with the chords and then create a melody, or have a melody that you want to add chords to, you need to be sure that the chords are properly supporting the melody. When chords and melody work well together, you have the happy circumstance that they both sound better than they…

5 Top Tips for Getting Chords and Melodies to Work Well Together — The Essential Secrets of Songwriting

Franz Joseph Haydn (31 March 1732 – 31 May 1809) was an Austrian composer of the Classical period. He was instrumental in the development of chamber music such as the piano trio. His contributions to musical form have earned him the epithets “Father of the Symphony” and “Father of the String Quartet.”프란츠 요제프 하이든(독일어: Franz…

Haydn: Organ Concerto in C Major Hob XVIII:I – Eva Hölderlin, Karl Ristenpart, Nonesuch H 71024 — davidhertzberg

Launched by the University of Tennessee Libraries in 2020, the Journal of the Association for Technology in Music Instruction is the official journal of the Association for Technology in Music Instruction. The journal primarily publishes full-length and brief reports of original research, but also publishes methodological, review, and theoretical articles at all levels and across…

Journal of the Association for Technology in Music Instruction — Bibliolore

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Alan Steinfeld Interviews New Age Music Pioneer Steven Halpern — NewRealities

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Charles Ives’s The Fourth of July (1912) abounds with polymeter, polytonality, dense simultaneous layering of seemingly independent and contrasting elements, and quotations from at least 15 traditional U.S. songs and march tunes. In particular, the work includes two musical “explosions” (representing fireworks) comprising extremely dense strata of non-synchronous materials. However, a close analysis of Ives’s…

Charles Ives’s transcendental Fourth of July — Bibliolore

Source:The Conversation Billions of people enjoy music; many feel that they can’t live without it. Why? It’s a question that has puzzled scientists and philosophers for centuries. 2,400 years ago Aristotle wondered, “Why does music, being just sounds, remind us of the states of our soul?” In the 19th century Darwin tried to decipher if our […]

How Music Helps Resolve Our Deepest Inner Conflicts — breathwork-science

Jazz Charts to Successfully Start Your Students #makethemostmusic #dedicationtoeducation #programwiththepros #sheetmusicspecialists #bewherethemusicis #stantonssheetmusic #sheetmusic #musiceducation #musicteacher #musiced #musiceducator #musiceducationmatters #conducting #musicdirector #music recommended by Ben H., Jazz Specialist All New Kicks by Ryan Erik Adamsons, Grade 1This cha cha for beginning groups is based on the chord changes to “My Little Suede Shoes” by Charlie […]

Jazz Arrangements for Beginners — Stanton’s Sheet Music

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There’s a lot to a melody that listeners don’t really notice. Most of the time, audiences will be aware of the patterns and shapes formed by a melody going up and down, but beyond that, they’re only slightly aware of a melody’s other important attributes: the range (i.e., the distance between the highest notes and…

Shorter Phrases in a Melody Builds Musical Intensity — The Essential Secrets of Songwriting

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Celebrating the unique musical collaboration between Maestro John Williams and the legendary British orchestra with a distinguished panel of guests talking about their work on historic film scores including the original Star Wars trilogy, Superman and Raiders of the Lost Ark

The Special Relationship: John Williams and the London Symphony Orchestra (Video) — The Legacy of John Williams

When every song you start seems to grind to a halt, and finishing it seems difficult or impossible, you’ve got the makings of writer’s block. Your musical imagination can help you through a creative block. But you’re likely thinking, “HOW can I use my musical imagination to help me, since it’s my lack of imagination…

Imagining That Your Unfinished Song is Actually Already Finished — The Essential Secrets of Songwriting

This is a lesson from the “Dark Eyes” video course for intermediate and comeback trumpet players. Or find me at Patreon.com/PlayTrumpet (printable sheet music and backing tracks for patrons) Essential Trumpet Lessons JonHarnum.com

How to Read Chord Symbols — Essential Trumpet Lessons

“Joy is not in things; it is in us.” “Music is the living God in our bosoms.” “The purpose of art is to make the unconscious conscious.” I believe in God, Mozart and Beethoven, and likewise their disciples and apostles; – I believe in the Holy Spirit and the truth of the one, indivisible Art; […]

Richard Wagner: Music & Art — The Meaning of Life — Excellence Reporter

Full-size images of the LP and slipcase available here: https://classicvinyl.com/full-image/johannes-brahms-piano-music-jorg-demus-mhs-1686Jörg Demus (2 December 1928 – 16 April 2019) was an Austrian classical pianist who appeared internationally and made many recordings. He was also a composer and a lecturer at music academies. In composition and playing, he focused on chamber music and lieder. He played with…

(SCORE) Brahms / Jorg Demus, 1969: Intermezzo in E major Op. 116 No. 6 – MHS 1686 — davidhertzberg

The Groove Project was formed in Los Angeles, California as a 14-piece group by GRAMMY® Award nominated Artist & Producer Arun Shenoy in 2016. The original lineup released a debut concept jazz-funk album titled A Stagey Bank Affair in the same year. The group has since grown into an international super-band with the lineup shuffled in […]

The Groove Project – Volume 2: The Winds of Change — Smooth Jazz Daily