Ritchie Blackmore
Thank you ... Of course, to my father - for the fact that he bought me a guitar, with which it all started ... " Thanks to Ritchie Blackmore on…

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Revitalizing MIDI Drums
Many may rightly claim that the great advantage of sampled, electronic drums is that they don’t force you to use ‘realistic’ rhythmic patterns or drum sounds. Most dance music, for…

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Klaus Schulze. About the music. Interview
Any music, except for dance, which is intended directly for dancing, it seems to me, is intended for the spirit of a person, and not for the body. There is…

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ATONIAL MUSIC OF THE MIDDLE AGES

The notion of atonality is usually associated with modern music. None of the composers of the twentieth century, even those who denied its significance, could simply ignore, “not notice” it.

Usually the “invention” of atonality is attributed to Arnold Schoenberg. The Italian composer Alfredo Casella, for example, even called Schoenberg its first and only creator.

Meanwhile, Schoenberg himself never considered his works to be atonal and was very offended when others did it. The term “atonality” was coined by his enemies in order to discredit his music. Nevertheless, he took root; I will use it to avoid confusion, and I. Schoenberg himself preferred the term “extra-tonal music”; he also did not proclaim himself the first, rightly indicating that he borrowed all the techniques from the composers of Continue reading

Choosing a Digital Piano
All digital pianos have a MIDI interface, thanks to which you can connect the instrument to a computer, which opens up unlimited possibilities for creating music. As a rule, in…

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What is rondo
Rondo (from French rondeau - “circle”, “movement in a circle”) is a musical form in which repeated (at least 3) conducts of the main theme (refrain) alternate with episodes that…

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ATONIAL MUSIC OF THE MIDDLE AGES
The notion of atonality is usually associated with modern music. None of the composers of the twentieth century, even those who denied its significance, could simply ignore, “not notice” it.…

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Overture
Overture (from French ouverture, introduction) in music is an instrumental (usually an orchestral) play performed before the start of any performance - a theater performance, opera, ballet, motion picture, etc.,…

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