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Exploring Classical Music: The Baroque Era

Exploring Classical Music: The Baroque Era

We began our exploration of classical music in the Renaissance, when all the characteristics that became classical music came together. Now we turn to the magnificent Baroque: the era of Handel and Bach. The Baroque Era in music history spanned from 1600 to 1750. That...
Where did Klezmer come from? (with Paul Green)

Where did Klezmer come from? (with Paul Green)

Klezmer: the very word oozes funkiness. Where did this mysterious genre of Jewish music—half ecstatic dance, half mournful cry—come from? We spoke with one of Klezmer’s foremost 21st-century proponents, Paul Green, about the origins and development of the klezmer...
Exploring Classical Music: The Renaissance

Exploring Classical Music: The Renaissance

Classical music. Such a dizzying universe of almost supernatural musical expression! How do you start to comprehend more than 600 years of enduring music production? While, as today, music has developed through continuous transformation reflecting the restless...
Improve Your Musicality with Audiation

Improve Your Musicality with Audiation

Being able to analyze music aurally and process everything you hear at once is a very important skill for a musician. Learning to hear more parts at once and comprehend what is happening in each of those parts simultaneously can be done with what’s called “audiation”....

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