OXXXYMIRON concert in Moscow
Moscow is a metropolis with a huge number of people living in it. These people live in the crazy rhythm of the capital, wasting a huge amount of time in…

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Rhapsody
Rhapsody (from the Greek. Rhapsodía - singing or recitation singing epic poems; epic poem, a song of a rhapsody) is a free-form vocal or instrumental work consisting of several contrasting…

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Hearing development at a venerable age? No doubt it's possible
When you get into a fun company, you have to sing. And there seems to be a voice, and mood, and desire, however, do not fall into the notes. And…

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Old oboe

Tubes with single or double tongues are known, apparently, from ancient times. The oldest surviving instruments of this type are two silver pipes found in the Sumerian royal cemetery in Ur and dating to 2800 BC. These tubes paired and had double tongues. Later, similar tubes made of metal, wood or bone appeared in Egypt, Asia Minor, Greece, India and the Far East. The main wind instrument in Ancient Greece was Avlos (the ancient Roman name is Tibia), often incorrectly called a flute. It consisted of two tubes with double tongues, which were played simultaneously, with one of the tubes giving a monotonous bass accompaniment for the other. A similar bourdon accompaniment has become a distinctive feature of another instrument with a double tongue – bagpipes. Ancient pipes became the forerunners of reed instruments of the Middle Ages and Renaissance. Continue reading

How different musical styles and styles affect a person

Classical music has the most complete positive effect on all organs of the human body. This influence has been noticed for a long time and, according to scientists, the effect is sometimes just miraculous.

A person feels the greatest benefit when listening to the works of composers: Mozart, Grieg, Tchaikovsky, Vivaldi, Beethoven, Debussy, Schubert and Schumann.

It is believed that Mozart’s music will help to quickly acquire new information. Some works by Beethoven, Liszt, and Oginsky Polonaise remove a headache. Grieg, Tchaikovsky and Sibelius will help to fall asleep. The memory from frequent listening to Vivaldi is restored. Continue reading

Theater festivals
March 27 is the International Theater Day. And this means that soon it will be time to take stock of the many long-awaited festivals that took place this year in…

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How to create modern electronic music
Electronic music is a relatively new genre, which, however, is becoming more and more popular every day. The very first electronic music appeared back in the early 30s, when Lev…

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Interval
Interval (from lat. Intervallum - interval, distance) in music - the distance between two sounds of a certain height. The distance between sounds in music is measured in semitones. Halftone…

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DJ Instruments - How Long Are Their Centuries?
James Holden recently noted that his label Border Community is not going to give up vinyl releases in the near future. Talking with the organizers of the Field Day festival,…

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