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In this film, Timothy Rundle introduces his instrument – the oboe.

To learn more about the oboe visit http://www.philharmonia.co.uk/explore…

Why not download our iPad app The Orchestra to learn even more? Visit http://www.philharmonia.co.uk/app for more information.

“Have you seen the app called ‘The Orchestra’? It is astonishing. For somebody who can’t read music to learn how an orchestra functions, to be able to see from the perspective of a flute or a second violin, is really enlightening.” – Sir John Eliot Gardiner, quoted in an interview by Richard Fairman, Financial Times, February 2014

Musical Theories·4 videos

Why is ‘Classical’ music not Popular (even when it is very popular, with a small p)? What are ‘serious’ composers serious about?

MySPNN·389 videos

Westminster Town Hall Forum – October 25, 2012
Michael Feinstein is an Emmy and Grammy-nominated musician and entertainer who is widely recognized for his commitment to preserving the legacy of America’s popular song. He serves on the Library of Congress National Recording Preservation Board. He is director of the Jazz and Popular Song Series for New York City’s Jazz at Lincoln Center and the Artistic Director of the Palladium Center for the Performing Arts in Carmel, Indiana. He hosts the public radio program Song Travels, and his PBS specials include Michael Feinstein’s American Songbook. His new book, The Gershwins and Me, is a tribute to the brothers who most influenced his career.

Guggenheim Museum ·156 videos

To learn more, visit http://www.guggenheim.org/anotherkind.

Presented in conjunction with Art of Another Kind: International Abstraction and the Guggenheim 1949-1960, the rotunda performance, Composing with Patterns: Music at Mid-Century featured experimental 1950s music played by an all-star ensemble of musicians directed by Christopher McIntyre. A talk by R. Luke DuBois and curatorial introduction by Tracey Bashkoff preceded the performance.

Program:
Lecture on Music at Mid-Century by R. Luke DuBois

ArtfulLearning·108 videos

What is Sonata Form?

Aired date: Nov 6, 1964

Plot: Bernstein describes the three-part sonata form, and exemplifies it by singing the Beatles “And I Love Her.” Veronica Tyler sings Micaela’s aria from Bizet’s Carmen and Bernstein conducts the Philharmonic in the first movement of Mozart’s Jupiter Symphony.

For full script: http://leonardbernstein.com/ypc_scrip…

Learn more about Thaddeus Hogarth’s online course, Funk/Rock and R&B Guitar Soloing, at: http://bit.ly/JAgSYc

Thaddeus Hogarth is an Associate Professor at Berklee College of Music, and the author and instructor of Berkleemusic’s online Funk/Rock and R&B Guitar Soloing course. A two-time winner of the Independent Music Award for R&B/Blues, he has been a prominent guitar player and singer-songwriter on the New England music scene since 1990, when he graduated from Berklee.

In this online clinic, Thaddeus discusses and demonstrates the power of the pentatonic scale, an essential topic for all guitarists.

CMA Songwriters Series

June 16, 2013

LibraryOfCongress·1,448 videos

Platinum-selling country quartet Little Big Town and country songwriters Brett James, Lori McKenna and Bob DiPiero kick off the new Country Music Association (CMA) Songwriters concert series at the Library of Congress.