Inside the Score
Published on Apr 14, 2019

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Ramin Djawadi has proven to be a great world-builder of epic worlds, writing music for Game of Thrones and Westworld. This video explores Djawadi ‘s musical techniques for bringing the world of Game of Thrones to life. It discusses his leitmotifs, including the Stark theme, the Lannister theme – the Rains of Castamere – the Dragon music, the music for Jaqen Hghar. It also talks about how he paints musical locations for the Dothraki, the Wildlings, Braavos, and Meereen. It finally talks about music and silence, considering battles such as Hardhome, the Battle of the Bastards, and the fight with Brienne vs the Hound. Presented by Oscar Osicki

Maximize Your Orchestral Compositions – Understanding One Important Concept

Michael Patti
Published on Nov 5, 2018 Overcome the one trap that can keep your music sounding thin, substance-less and amateurish. For Educational Use Only.

Written by: Michael Barry Edited and Narrated by: Anthony Parnther



Thrilling performance!

Niklas H.


May 4, 2019

Composer’s Workshop – David Low – Cello

Inside the Composer’s Workshop: Whirlwind: From Sketch to Score

Composer’s Workshop – Dylan Hart – French Horn

ASCAP Film Scoring Workshop with Richard Bellis: An Inside Look

SIMPLE piano trick to make you sound ADVANCED: Stacking chords in fifths


Published on Oct 20, 2017

If you want to step up your piano skills, come in and learn this straightforward trick that produces an amazing sound: playing chords in fifths! This is so simple but sounds so good that everyone should know it. I’ll show you what this trick is about, demonstrate how it sounds and give you a neat way to practice it by playing the major scale in a way you’ve never seen before ;).

Complex Rhythms

May 3, 2019

Dave Pollack

The quarter note triplet is a rhythm that is consistently being played incorrectly by many people. In this video I show you an easy way to count and play it!

DUANE: While listening, please observe the manner in which small ideas expand into larger ideas within a chord progression; within a Form.

Jacob’s Piano

Published on Apr 7, 2019

🎹 Learn piano with flowkey ► 👍 Support me on Patreon ► 🎧 Spotify ►…

▼SHEET MUSIC + TRACK LIST▼ 00:00 ; Braveheart & Titanic | ; La La Land | ; Arrival of the Birds | ; Interstellar |

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Alexander Malofeev

Published on Jan 4, 2019

S.Rachmaninoff. Piano Concerto No.3 in D minor, Op.30. Soloist Alexandеr Malofeev (17 y.o.). Russian National Youth Symphony Orchestra

Conductor Dimitris Botinis. Tchaikovsky Concert Hall. 30/12/2018

High School Jazz Bands

April 28, 2019

(A=430hz ) – Interactive Intro – Orchestra standing – Playing entire score from memory

Bryan Barajas

Published on Jan 28, 2018

Bryan Barajas

Published on Dec 27, 2017

Andras Schiff: Prom 2017- Well Tempered Clavier- C=256hz.

Why C=256hz?

Original tuning at A=440Hz:…

From our Classical Renaissance webpage:…

“Since France has adopted a standard pitch, I advised that the example should also be followed by us; and I formally requested that the orchestras of various cities of Italy, among them that of the Scala [Milan], to lower the tuning fork to conform to the standard French one. If the musical commission instituted by our government believes, for mathematical exigencies, that we should reduce the 435 vibrations of French tuning fork to 432, the difference is so small, almost imperceptible to the ear, that I associate myself most willingly with this. It would be a grave, extremely grave error, to adopt, as proposed from Rome, a standard pitch of 450!!! I also am of the opinion with you that the lowering of the tuning in no way takes away the sonority or liveliness of the execution; but gives on the contrary, something more noble, of greater fullness and majesty that the shrieks a too high tuning fork could give. For my part, I would like a single tuning to be adopted in the whole musical world. The musical language is universal: Why then would the note which has the name ‘A’ in Paris or Milan have to become a B-flat in Rome?” -G. Verdi, 1881

Tarrega: Classica

April 23, 2019

Composer: Francisco Tárrega

Artists: Giulio Tampalini


Produced for WHS AP Music Theory

Published on Sep 9, 2014SUBSCRIBE 8.9MView full lesson:… How is it that Beethoven, who is celebrated as one of the most significant composers of all time, wrote many of his most beloved songs while going deaf? The answer lies in the math behind his music. Natalya St. Clair employs the “Moonlight Sonata” to illustrate the way Beethoven was able to convey emotion and creativity using the certainty of mathematics. Lesson by Natalya St. Clair, animation by Qa’ed Mai.

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