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

Peut-on encore écrire des chansons originales ? | TRACKS ARTE

Dans la pop, les nouveaux morceaux ont souvent un goût de "déjà-entendu". Tracks découvre, qu’outre les majors et les labels, le monde de la finance joue un rôle décisif dans le business du recyclage musical. Quant aux membres de Placebo, de Pnau, et à Luxxury, ils évoquent la frontière parfois ténue entre inspiration et plagiat.… Continue lendo Peut-on encore écrire des chansons originales ? | TRACKS ARTE

Is this John Cage’s most beautiful piece? – SAMUEL ANDREYEV

An analysis of John Cage’s Concerto for Prepared Piano and Chamber Orchestra (1950-1951) by composer Samuel Andreyev. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zIc5pO4tBwg The recording used for the musical excerpts is by the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra under the direction of Lukas Foss, with soloist Yuji Takahashi. IntroductionThe StructureInstrumentationPrepared PianoCompositional ProcessThe Rhythmic StructureThe ScoreTwo Different WorldsBreakdownFavourite MomentConclusions I found the following… Continue lendo Is this John Cage’s most beautiful piece? – SAMUEL ANDREYEV

“Can I persuade you to love this dark bitter music?” – DAVID BRUCE COMPOSER

Alban Berg's Wozzeck is as dark and bitter as a pint of guinness. I didn't enjoy my first taste of guinness but with the right motivation I eventually came to love it. Could the same happen with this piece of music? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e8V-x9CSPlA IntroDissonance and Distortion in MusicDistortion - Harmonic 'Smear'Distortion - Melodic BlurringDistortion - Stylistic… Continue lendo “Can I persuade you to love this dark bitter music?” – DAVID BRUCE COMPOSER

Entrevista com Egberto Gismonti – Programa Oncotô (Jorge Mautner)

Conversa com Egberto Gismonti, compositor, multinstrumentista, cantor e arranjador. Gismonti expoõe todo o seu conhecimento de música e fala sobre sua trajetória. Entrevista realizada para o programa Oncotô. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=45JM7ESfxUA

PSRS ARTIST SERIES – Jarvis Cocker

A longtime friend of PSRS, Jarvis Cocker hosts a wide-ranging and entertaining master class, exploring his creative process, Pulp's history and finding your voice. Use chapters below to navigate! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h8_3jHtqoQY 3:00 Musical History 8:51 Discovering Lyrics 11:08 The First Cover Song 13:22. Pulp's first rehearsal 15:21 On being a lead singer 15:47 On writing lyrics… Continue lendo PSRS ARTIST SERIES – Jarvis Cocker

« La Gaieté Musicale » – CLÉMENT ROSSET

Compte tenu du rôle central qu’y jouent la jubilation et l’expérience musicale, celle-là toujours liée chez Nietzsche à celle-ci, la crédibilité de la pensée nietzschéenne apparaît comme tributaire de la crédibilité d’une conception de la musique dont La Naissance de la tragédie présente une ébauche déjà à certains égards définitive. Conception qu’on peut résumer en… Continue lendo « La Gaieté Musicale » – CLÉMENT ROSSET