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Pianos, Sharks and Nazis: James Rhodes at TEDxOxford

Pianos, Sharks and Nazis: James Rhodes at TEDxOxford

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Translator: Ellen Maloney Reviewer: Maria Pericleous (Piano) (Applause) Thank you. That was a piece written by Sergei Rachmaninov. He’s one of my favorite composers. He’s a composer I love so much, I’ve had his name tattooed on my arm in Russian. (Laughter) Funny thing is, I don’t speak Russian, so it could actually say, “Elton […]

Starlight – Muse – (Piano cover)

Starlight – Muse – (Piano cover)

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Game Theory: Petscop – The Music and The Madman

Game Theory: Petscop – The Music and The Madman

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A riddle: There are two pictures of a door. In the first picture, the door is closed. In the second picture taken later, The door is open. Nobody opened the door, the door didn’t open itself, the door in fact, did not open at all. So what happened? Pause the video and debate it in […]

Making a Music Press Kit : Music Press Kit CD Cover Art

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Now let’s actually go and put this little sticker here on your CD. You’ll notice the sticker that actually has the same kind of theme running through it as the rest of the stuff that you can see on the front here, on the front here. Ideally you want to have your most recent CD […]

Stanford’s new player piano collection brings sounds of history to life

Stanford’s new player piano collection brings sounds of history to life

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[MUSIC] Stanford University. [MUSIC] We listen to Gershwin playing, Sweet and Lowdown. One of his favorite tunes, that he would play at parties for friends, and you get to hear, every rhythmic trick in the book. The impression that is this sounds just like George. This sounds like George on a really good day. [MUSIC]>>The […]

Ernie Haase & Signature Sound – It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas

Ernie Haase & Signature Sound – It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas

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5 Minutes On… Brahms – Piano Concerto No.1 (D minor) | Daniel Barenboim [subtitulado]

5 Minutes On… Brahms – Piano Concerto No.1 (D minor) | Daniel Barenboim [subtitulado]

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I’m Daniel Barenboim and I would like to welcome you to this episode about Brahms’ First Piano Concerto. This will be a five-minute chat about this masterpiece. The First Piano Concerto of Brahms starts with a huge orchestral introduction. The orchestra at full force. The music then develops, gets a little bit more lyrical again […]

KIDZ BOP Kids – Fight Song (Dance Along)

KIDZ BOP Kids – Fight Song (Dance Along)

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hey go noodleers its ashlyn from kids bop kids do you know the song fight song yea i love it what makes me feel strong And you know what makes me feel? Like singing and dancing! Alright lets do it! Sing and dance along A small boat on the ocean seeing big waves and to […]

Flute Sounds – Poem

Flute Sounds – Poem

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Flute sounds, by the running river. A harp on the overlay… SIMPLE Strings pluck as the evening turns night, REFLECTIONS: On the ripple waters, of the city and the starlights Glasses of red glasses of white, Cling! Cutlery with a cheers! After placing utensils down Content bellies and voices equalize a tone around town. Birds […]

Robin Rolfhamre – A new way of understanding historical music

Robin Rolfhamre – A new way of understanding historical music

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In music, what knowledge do I produce and what responsibility do I take for it? How can we regard historical music research as an ongoing activity, rather than a standardised process with following results? Now, if we represent a field of study by several small stones, held in our hands, then as researchers we throw […]