CYRO BAPTISTA – Live on Programa Instrumental Sesc Brasil

Com discos próprios lançados no exterior, desenvolveu várias parcerias e participações junto a artistas de diversos estilos como Yo-Yo-Ma, John Zorn, Herbie Hancock, Cassandra Wilson, Medeski Martin & Wood, Sting, Paul Simon, Laurie Anderson, Naná Vasconcelos, entre outros. Além disso, foi laureado diversas vezes com prêmios importantes, como por exemplo: Percussionista do ano em 2011… Continue lendo CYRO BAPTISTA – Live on Programa Instrumental Sesc Brasil

“Morton Feldman como crítico da ideologia: uma leitura política de Rothko Chapel” – VLADIMIR SAFATLE

Dissertatio - Revista de Filosofia (Universidade Federal de Pelotas), [42] 11, nr. 26, 2015 Trata-se discutir a peça Rothko Chapel, de Morton Feldman, a partir de uma indagação sobre a reconstrução de categorias como: expressão, temporalidade, assim como sobre a relação entre música e pintura. Veremos, principalmente, como a peça atravessada por uma reflexão constante… Continue lendo “Morton Feldman como crítico da ideologia: uma leitura política de Rothko Chapel” – VLADIMIR SAFATLE

SER SONORO: Sons, Músicas e o Mundo da Escuta (podcast)

Como é possível que um monte de sons façam a gente sorrir, chorar, lutar ou dançar? Que poder é esse da vibração das moléculas de ar que quando toca nossos tímpanos cria todo tipo de sensação? sersonoro.net A magia acontece primeiro em quem ouve os sons do mundo, se inspira e os recombina. Depois em… Continue lendo SER SONORO: Sons, Músicas e o Mundo da Escuta (podcast)

How Brazil’s Music Hid Protest Inside Harmony – CHARLES CORNELL

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TXjvwQDfnTI The Subversive Songs of Bossa Nova:Tom Jobim in the Era of Protest Irna Priore and Chris Stover Analytical Approaches to World MusicVol. 3, No. 2. Published November 22, 2014. BOSSA NOVA flourished in Brazil at the end of the 1950s. This was a time of rapid development and economic prosperity in the country, following President… Continue lendo How Brazil’s Music Hid Protest Inside Harmony – CHARLES CORNELL

What is a drone? Demystifying Indian Music – KULJIT BHAMRA

In episode 7 of Demystifying Indian Music, Kuljit Bhamra looks at musical drones and how they are created and used in performance. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AarJ9a3zVeU "A light-hearted but informative series presented by award-winning musician Kuljit Bhamra. Learn about styles, genres, instruments and musical techniques".Mostrar menos

What makes music cheesy? | Nahre Sol

I gathered as many opinions on what musicians think is CHEESY! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=joJ4Ac9WbR4 Chees·y (adj.) /ˈCHēzē/ adjective 1.like cheese in taste, smell, or consistency."a pungent, cheesy sauce"2.INFORMALcheap, unpleasant, or blatantly inauthentic."cheesy motel rooms"

Faith No More Producer Matt Wallace Tells the Stories Behind the Albums

By Chris Steffen - AllMusic, August 17, 2015 When Faith No More returned with Sol Invictus earlier this year, they brought with them massive expectations based on their back catalog. The album ended up receiving wide acclaim, including our four-star review, in which AllMusic editor Mark Deming asserts that the album "truly adds to the strength of the group's legacy… Continue lendo Faith No More Producer Matt Wallace Tells the Stories Behind the Albums

Behind The Board: Faith No More “The Real Thing” with Matt Wallace

We trusted each other and we did it for the right reasons. We didn't expect any kind of success, and we certainly didn't expect it to blow up. It never occurred to us that would happen. At least to me. They thought it was a pop record. There's an honesty to that record, that was… Continue lendo Behind The Board: Faith No More “The Real Thing” with Matt Wallace

Entenda Harmonia Musical em 15 minutos – MILO ANDREO

Entenda os conceitos importantes da harmonia musical que todo iniciante precisa conhecer com esse vídeo direto ao ponto e de fácil entendimento. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2XKGKNaa-BQ Milo Andreo é professor de piano e teclado, e sócio fundador da Escola Moderna de Música. + Curso COMPLETO de Piano e Teclado https://miloandreo.com.br/?utm_source...+ Curso de Acompanhamento (Dedilhados) https://miloandreo.com.br/acompanhame...

John Coltrane’s “Giant Steps”: the most feared song in jazz, explained | VOX

Making sense of John Coltrane's "Giant Steps." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=62tIvfP9A2w John Coltrane, one of jazz history’s most revered saxophonists, released “Giant Steps” in 1959. It’s known across the jazz world as one of the most challenging compositions to improvise over for two reasons - it’s fast and it’s in three keys. Braxton Cook and Adam Neely give… Continue lendo John Coltrane’s “Giant Steps”: the most feared song in jazz, explained | VOX