"Film music is lesser music."
"If a piece is under half an hour long and not filled to the brim with complicated compositional intricacy it is not "advanced" enough for my SUPERIOR musical mind!"
"Myeeees... "simple" music is for the simple minded." takes a sip of tea
"I enjoy wearing my monocle...
Earl Ofari Hutchinson
I’d be a millionaire if I had a nickel each time I got this question: “But why don’t you promote Black classical composers?” This question and variations of the question have been slung at me more frequently in the past year. That’s when I started my popular and widely...
I was always deeply inspired by sacral music and I wanted to make what many composers did, and even composers today do: musical setting of Stabat Mater, famous medieval chant ( musical famous settings by Pergolesi, Vivaldi, Dvorak, Haydn).
I composed 9 movements some years ago...
Under the circumstances of the horrific military conflict in Ukraine, I'd like to commemorate the monumental contributions to classical music that have emerged over the centuries from both Ukraine and Russia. My intention is to avoid a contentious discussion of the politics of the current...
Here is a new hot Classical Oratorio - "THE BEATITUDES" released by Progress Gabriel Akpabio and given out free of charge to the public. The superb Oratorio has 16 pieces arranged for Solo voices, Chorus and Orchestra. The scores of the work is attached here for download, while the audio...
Although I really love certain styles of Jazz, I have to say that it took me a long time to appreciate the genre and find the styles that I like. When I first heard "classical music" and started exploring it, it took me a short time to really get interested in it. I wish the same happened with...
I am new to this forum and would like to pose a query/problem to the wider community.
Is there a vast, offline, classical music library?
To be more specific, I am looking for a free or paid service, which will allow me to download (and NOT stream) a vast library of classical music...
Hello to all,
I am new at this forum posting so I apologize in advance, however, I have been a composer of classical music for over 5 years now and a pianist of 11 years. I would love it if I could spread my music out to the world and let people hear it and help me grow as a composer but also...
I would really appreciate if someone could help me find this song my grandma used to play on the piano.I know its a bit clunky but I think you could help me. Link to the song: https://www.dropbox.com/s/iz87oqfv8b82or6/cm-chat-media-video-9It7ekovoTODeUUFdcYdE.MOV?dl=0
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Carnegie Hall's 2020 commercial
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This song was featured in a Jackie Chan movie...
A lot of high-quality content with interesting information and experience from a pianist's perspective. And of course: a lot of beautiful live piano music... Check it out!:)
I'm a fan of classical music and the arts. I would like to join a streaming service and wanted to hear from others who've done the same.
Which services have you enjoyed the most? If you subscribe to several. Please share your experiences. Thank you.