Oboe
Oboe (from French hautbois, literally “tall tree”, English, German and Italian oboe) is a woodwind musical instrument of the soprano register of the symphony orchestra, which is a conical tube…

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German music
The Germans can be called a musical nation because Germany gave the world such famous musicians and composers as Beethoven, Bach, Brahms, Strauss and Handel. Classical music in Germany originated…

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Where to go to a jazz lover 
A jazz lover will not be bored in any country in the world, concerts of jazz artists take place almost everywhere, and the schedule of festivals in this direction of…

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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 episodes.

Rhapsody is characterized by the alternation of diverse episodes on folk song material. It is as if recreating the performance of an ancient Greek singer-rapeseed.

Rhapsody (Greek rhapsodói, from rhápto – stitch, compose and ode – song), ancient Greek wandering performers of epic poems. Unlike aeds, the Rhapsody recited a chant, without musical accompaniment, the text of epic poems, especially Homer, already enshrined in oral or written tradition. In the classical era of Ancient Greece (5–4 centuries BC), the art of Rhapsody became part of theatrical art and lasted until the beginning of late antiquity (1st century AD), assuming the character of musical meloeclamation. Continue reading

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 is the smallest unit of measurement for the musical interval, the closest distance between two sounds, that is, two adjacent sounds. If you are guided by the piano, then this is the distance between two adjacent keys.

A tone is equal to two semitones.

Intervals less than half a tone are called microintervals. Continue reading

A bit of history about acoustic and classic guitars

The history of the appearance of modern guitars, which people see today, originates from ancient times. Its ancestors consider those tools that were common in the countries of the Middle and Middle East a few millennia ago. And some of the representatives of this instrument are Nabble, Egyptian Kifara, Kinnor, wine and other ancient instruments that had a resonating body and a neck.

All of these instruments at that time had a hollow, rounded body, which was made from whole small pieces of wood or from the shells of turtles or dried pumpkins. And in the first half of the century of a new era, the lute, which is the closest relatives of the guitar, was quite popular. Its name is translated as harmonious and wooden. Continue reading

Suite
Suite (from the French Suite - “row”, “sequence”) - a cyclical musical form, consisting of several independent contrasting parts, united by a common concept. It is a multi-part cycle consisting…

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Professional sound and light at the event
Today, not a single disco, holiday event or concert can do without stage equipment. High-quality sound and light are the key to the success of any show. The attitude of…

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Color Music - a light assistant for musical compositions
Color and music (light and music) settings are created for simultaneous playback of musical composition and lighting effects. The light effect on the listener may not be synchronous with respect…

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MIDI for the professional
Sophisticated musicians pay attention not only to quality, but also convenience and comfort, as well as compliance with real instruments: full dimension, hammer keyboard. Perhaps they are concerned not so…

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