Posts Tagged ‘Music’

Peaceful Flute Music: Melodies for Flute and Harp

This is a great collection of beautiful music for you to enjoy. The flute and harp work together magically. [embedded content] Share now! Source 00

Throughout the history of music, protest songs have played their part in change, coming together against corruption & tyranny

Songs from 2021 Songs of Freedom playlist By Alisha Christal Throughout the history of music, protest songs have played their part in change. It has been said “ music can change the world”. Music has the power to stir emotions, to enlighten causes. Over the decades songs of freedom and protest have led the way, […]

Gabby Petito Was in 2013 ‘Irreplaceable’ Music Video for Sandy Hook

Via: New York Post: When she was 14 years old, Gabby Petito starred in a music video titled “Irreplaceable” to help spread awareness about violence against children after the Sandy Hook massacre. She and her two younger brothers appeared in the 2013 video, whose song was produced and sung by fellow Long Island native Deb Henson, […]

Alanis Morissette Admits Music Industry Is Run by Elite Pedophiles: ‘They’re ALL Child Rapists’

Alanis Morissette Admits Music Industry Is Run by Elite Pedophiles: ‘They’re ALL Child Rapists’Date: September 14, 2021Author: Nwo Report  Source: Yahoo NewsSinger Alanis Morissette has blown the whistle on how the music industry is literally “run by pedophiles” in an explosive new video.In a documentary called ‘Jagged,’ which premieres Tuesday at the Toronto International Film Festival, 47-year-old […]

This and that, and some news and some more music

Posted on September 7, 2021 by martyrashrakat September 06, 2021 Dear friends First, a few quick announcements: We currently have 79 participants signed up for the Christian Vignettes This is NOT a closed list, newcomers can apply until the group becomes unmanageably too big (and we are not there yet!) One user entered a bad email […]

9/11 in Music; 9 11 predictions;

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Beat The Drum, Sound The Bugle, Play The Bagpipe: Music In Warfare

Since prehistoric times when hunters tapped along to the rhythm of drips in caves and carved the first  bone flutes  and skin drums, music has always been an integral part of the hunt and warfare, where it serves a two-fold function. Not only was different music developed to communicate military commands and strategic frontline messages […]

Frantisek Xavier Dusek: Complete Music for Fortepiano

From Brilliant Classics Across 24 numbered sonatas, a divertimento, a set of variations and a handful of works for keyboard duet, František Xaver Dušek comes to life as not merely a Czech contemporary of Mozart but the father of the Czech piano school. Born in 1731 and of humble origins, Dušek studied in Prague and […]

Baroque Music & Art

Here we have over 10 hours of Baroque music and paintings for you to enjoy. Baroque music followed the Renaissance period and preceded the Classical era. [embedded content] [embedded content] [embedded content] [embedded content] Share now! Source 00

Music for Two Harps

From Brilliant Classics French (piano) music makes quite suitable arrangements for the harp, and even better for two harps. Their refined sound combined with both clarity and a certain opaqueness makes them an ideal vehicle for the ‘typically French’ atmosphere. Composer: César Auguste Franck, Claude Debussy, Gabriel Fauré, Maurice Ravel Artists: Duo Bilitis, Ekaterina Levental, […]

Classical Guitar Music: Bach, Mozart and Hayden

I wanted to showcase this musician partly for his virtuosic ability and partly for his unique approach to playing guitar. After having studied classical guitar for 4 or 5 years on my own and academically and then switching my focus to cello, I come across Paul Galbraith. I tried this approach a little and decided […]

With More than a Hundred Pipes: Music for Pan Flute & Organ

From Brilliant Classics The combination of the Pan Flute and the Organ makes perfect sense, given that the organ is in fact a giant pan flute in the production of the tone. How well the two instruments fit together and how beautifully they can grow to form one large instrument is demonstrated on the present […]

Netflix India releases music video ‘Namma stories’ as part of their expansion into southern India

A day after Netflix launched its new Netflix India South Twitter account, the streaming platform released “South Anthem – Namma Stories”, a song dedicated to the culture and brilliancy of India’s southern states. On Thursday, Netflix India took to Twitter to announce the news. “Get ready to drop some adipolis, vera levels, kirraks and sakkaths, […]

The Musical Legacy of Michael Jackson, the Undisputed King of Pop Music: A Tribute for ‘World Music Day’

After a decade of his untimely demise, Michael Jackson remains the legendary artist, the undisputed king of pop that the world remembers fondly. A tribute, following the World Music Day. Photo by MrsMAryLo ‘Dusk in your skin, Flesh, blood and poetry in your dance, Deep cry, frantic rhymes in your songs, A river born in […]

Classical Music for Summer

This collection of classical music features songs that evoke the feelings of summer. [embedded content] Share now! Source 00

Epic Classical Music

Long before cinematic scores, composers used their music to take listeners on an epic journey in their minds. This collection has some of the best examples. [embedded content] Share now! Source 00

Eurovision 2021: Italy’s Maneskin wins after massive public vote, as rock music shows it mettle

Italy has won the Eurovision Song Contest 2021 after a late surge. “Rock n roll never dies,” shouted the winning vocalist. And no one can argue with that sentiment tonight. The vote was a feeding frenzy, with hundreds of points up for grabs after UK, Germany and Spain got a proper kicking from the public […]

Asite – Open Your Eyes (Music Video)

Asite – Open Your Eyes (Music Video) David Icke / Gareth Icke – memes and headline comments by David Icke Original Article: Source 00

Tear drops and wrecking balls: a music review by Fraser Beath McEwing

April 22, 2021 by Fraser Beath McEwing Read on for article While most of my reviews cover the SSO Masters Series (the substantial concerts that are sponsored by Abercrombie & Kent) every so often I am tugged by the heartstrings to an SSO Symphony Hour performance supported by Credit Suisse. Benjamin Northey These are typically […]

Classical Music for Sleeping

Here is a good selection of classical music that will help you relax and enjoy some beauty before drifting off to sleep. [embedded content] Share now! Source 00

Robot painter sells piece for $688K, now eyes music career

HONG KONG (AP) — Sophia is a robot of many talents — she speaks, jokes, sings and even makes art. In March, she caused a stir in the art world when a digital work she created as part of a collaboration was sold at an auction for $688,888 in the form of a non-fungible token […]

Oxford University Academics Say Teaching Sheet Music is ‘White Supremacy’

By Chris Menahan Sheet music is now canceled! From Breitbart, “Woke Oxford Music Profs Claim Western Sheet Music Has ‘Complicity to White Supremacy’: Report”: The Telegraph reports that University of Oxford academics have complained that “Teaching notation which has not ‘shaken off its connection to its colonial past’ would be a ‘slap in the face’ […]

A “Survivor” Tells of Arriving in Auschwitz to Flowers and Music

Why have we not seen movies where Auschwitz is filled with flowers and live music? I think it would paint a slightly different picture of the “death camp”. WorldTruth link Share now! Source 00

Classical Music – Violin

This is a compilation of classical music that is meant to highlight the power and beauty of the violin. [embedded content] Share now! Source 00

Two Wolfgangs and a Robert – all with home talent: a music review by Fraser Beath McEwing

Browse > Home / Featured Articles / Two Wolfgangs and a Robert – all with home talent: a music review by Fraser Beath McEwing March 18, 2021 by Fraser Beath McEwing Read on for article I’m growing to love the Sydney Town Hall as the temporary home of the SSO. Asher Fisch Its historic atmosphere […]

Tchaikovsky & Rachmaninoff – Russian Classical Music

This compilation features some of the best songs from two of Russia’s greatest composers. [embedded content] Share now! Source 00

Incidental music on the way to heaven: a music review by Fraser Beath McEwing

March 14, 2021 by Fraser Beath McEwing Read on for article Although I’ve often heard the full-strength Sydney Philharmonia Choirs in the Sydney Opera House, it was nearly always teamed with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra in some major, combination work. The Sydney Philharmonia Choir. Photo: Keith Saunders This time, however, we were treated to one […]

This historian is preserving North African Jewish music from a bygone era

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Dutch inventor of cassette tape, who filled teen bedrooms with music, dies at 94

THE HAGUE (AFP) — Tributes rolled in Friday after Dutch engineer Lou Ottens, credited with inventing the audio cassette tape and helping create the compact disc, died at the age of 94. Created by Ottens while working for electrical giant Philips, cassettes made music truly portable for the first time and allowed a generation of […]

School COVIDpass, Mexico GMOs, Music NFT – New World Next Week

Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed Watch on Archive / BitChute / LBRY / Minds / YouTube This week on the New World Next Week: schools roll out COVID passes; Mexico says no to glyphosate; and the music industry starts tokenizing albums. CLICK HERE for show notes and mp3 audio Filed in: […]

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