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Music Village of Bengal | Musical Instruments Making | Indian Classical Music

Music Village of Bengal | Musical Instruments Making | Indian Classical Music

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a village swims all the time over Music THE MUSIC VILLAGE OF BENGAL

Alena Murang – Midang Midang (Official Music Video)

Alena Murang – Midang Midang (Official Music Video)

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Lay the kiran leaves in the warm morning sun Come and wander, come gently Agan to shield me from the cold breeze Can we hold each other, my love hold me close just for tonight My dear, will you take the leaves? Bamboo leaves kissed by the sunlight Come Jalong, come gently please to shelter […]

How to Carve a Flute : Binding & Caring For a Wood Flute

How to Carve a Flute : Binding & Caring For a Wood Flute

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Hi, my name is Vlad Cardema. Today I’m going to show you how I make these Peruvian flutes. I specialize in making these flutes, and I make didgeridoos and drums. But today, I’ll show you how to make a Peruvian style flute out of black bamboo. I had a little crack here, and what I […]

A MAGICAL SOUND MADE BY THE EARTH – SINGING ICE

A MAGICAL SOUND MADE BY THE EARTH – SINGING ICE

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Tips for Conducting an Orchestra : How Conductors Rehearse an Orchestra

Tips for Conducting an Orchestra : How Conductors Rehearse an Orchestra

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In this clip we’ll be talking about rehearsing an orchestra and the various things you will do to get an orchestra ready for a concert. So the first thing is, you’ll want to rehearse, you know, run the piece the first time. And this is more for a lot of youth orchestra situations, younger orchestras, […]

Orchestra Conducting Fundamentals : Conducting Orchestra in 5/4 Time

Orchestra Conducting Fundamentals : Conducting Orchestra in 5/4 Time

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The next Conducting Pattern that I want to show you is 5/4. Remember the five means that there are five beats per measure and the four underneath means that the quarter note gets the beat. Now this is not the most common time signature but you might run into it. So remember we have the […]

Orchestra Conducting Fundamentals : Baton Position for Orchestra Conductor

Orchestra Conducting Fundamentals : Baton Position for Orchestra Conductor

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So now that you have this invisible plane, when you raise your arms to conduct, your baton should be right at plane level. It should never, some conductors have their hands up here or have their hands down here, and that I believe, is not, it’s confusing and not as clear as you should be […]

How to Write a Song : Songwriting: Melody

How to Write a Song : Songwriting: Melody

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In this section, I’m going to talk about melody. What is melody? Melody is just a bunch of high notes and low notes. And notes in the middle. All mixed together. Okay, so let’s take the first line, “Dad, if you had had it together.” Alright? I can do, I can mix up high notes […]

Orchestra Conducting Fundamentals : Conducting Orchestra in 4/4 Time

Orchestra Conducting Fundamentals : Conducting Orchestra in 4/4 Time

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Now we’re finally getting to the conducting patterns. The first one I want to demonstrate is 4/4. Remember, that’s four beats per measure and the quarter note gets the beat. So remember our invisible plain we bring our conducting baton up to our invisible plain and we do not punch through it. So the first […]

How to Write a Song : Songwriting: Improvise a Melody

How to Write a Song : Songwriting: Improvise a Melody

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In this segment, I’m going to talk about improvising a melody over your chords. I’ve got sketches and ideas of words here, so I’m just going to make stuff up here. That feels right, I’m going to stay close to the emotion. And what I’ve done is, the next line–but it felt right to go […]