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Thinking and playing - My encounter with violinist Eric Silberger

14 hours agoMusic / Classical : Planet Hugill

Multi-layered Pagannini Caprices, playing in a volcano and writing modern baroque music, all this and Mozart with the Philharmonia Orchestra. My encounter with violinist Eric Silberger. The young American violinist Eric Silberger has just made his debut with the Philharmonia Orchestra (18,19 April 2015) performing Mozart's Violin Concerto No. Show More Summary

A Beautiful Visualisation Makes Music So Easy To Follow

If you’ve ever glanced at a conductor’s score for a symphony — or, let’s be honest, a student’s piano book — you’ll have realised that musical notation is a pain to follow. So instead, this visualisation boils down a Mozart clarinet concerto to its roots to help you follow along. More »      

View of Fortress Hohensalzburg from Mirabellgarten, Salzburg in Austria

It’s no wonder why everyone who visits Salzburg wants to come back. It is a beautiful city with many attractions to draw your attention. History is dotted around every corner, from Mozart’s birthplace to the Fortress Hohensalzburg protecting the city. Show More Summary

Mozart Composed 792 Pieces In His Short Life, Started His Career As A 5 Year Old

Data Visualisation by @Jishai. Data Source: Wikipedia. Visualization Tool: Illustrator.

This Beautiful Visualization Makes Music So Easy To Read

3 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

If you’ve ever glanced at a conductor’s score for a symphony — or, let’s be honest, a 9th-grader’s piano book — you’ll have realised that musical notation is a pain to follow. So instead, this visualization boils down a Mozart clarinet concerto to its roots to help you follow along. Read more...

A Mesmerizing Animated Graphical Score of Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto

4 days agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

Stephen Malinowski of the Music Animation Machine created a mesmerizing animated graphical score of the second movement of Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto accompanied by a recording of the piece performed by the Fulda Symphonic Orchestra. His graphical score provides a stunning visualization of the beautiful music. The notation he used is quite simple, yet its use […]

The Mozart Myth

I don’t know how many times I’ve heard about how Mozart would compose entire musical scores in his head and only write them down once they were finished. Even authors who say creativity is more hard work than genius have admitted that Mozart was an exception. But it maybe he wasn’t. In his new book […]

Mozart concerto? It’s kids stuff

This is boy wonder Daniel Lozakovitj, 13, who signed to global management today.  

Japanese cocktail list

Tim Leonard sent in this most intriguing Japanese cocktail list, spotted by Regular Sandwiches: M?tsuarutomiruku ??????? ?? ("Mozart Milk") Inkurediburu haruku ??????????? ("Incredible Hulk") Ronguairandoaisut? ?????????????? ("LongShow More Summary

Salieri's La grotta di Trofonio

Antonio Salieri You have probably never heard of Salieri's opera La grotta di Trofonio, I certainly hadn't. Surprisingly, for a composer best known for not poisoning Mozart, it is a comic opera written in 1785 whilst Salieri was the director of the Italian opera in Vienna. Show More Summary

Solve Your Blank-Page Problem With This Visual, 3-Step Content Creation System

In the movie Amadeus, the creatively frustrated composer Antonio Salieri discovers pages of Mozart’s original, handwritten compositions and remarks, with utter anguish: He had simply written down music already finished in his head. Page after page of it — as if he were just taking dictation. Show More Summary

60th birthday piano fundraiser at St Paul's Knightsbridge

St Paul's Church, Knightsbridge, has rather an unusual fundraiser on Saturday 25 April 2015 at the church when Thames Chamber Orchestra, conductor Keith Marshall will be performing Wagner's Siegfried Idyll, Mozart's Piano Concerto No 12 and Mozart's Symphony No. Show More Summary

Mozart in the Morning

Writer and teacher Jane Wohl tries to come to terms with the Boston Marathon Bombing in this elegaic poem. The post Mozart in the Morning appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Psychology’s Top Misguided Ideas

2 weeks agoReligion : SoMA Review

Do you subject your infant to hours of Mozart each day hoping he or she will grow up to be Mensa material?

Who's in Your Aquarium?

©Brenda Coffee. All rights reserved. One of the books I’m currently reading is “Life,” by Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones. Keith grew up listening to everything from Mozart and Bach to Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong. When he...Show More Summary

Review: ASO mixes the familiar with the new in conductor Leonel Bringuier, pianist Emanuel Ax

On Thursday evening at Symphony Hall, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra performed a concert of music by Weber, Mozart and Schumann, led by guest conductor Lionel

Things to see and do in metro Atlanta and beyond, April 8-18

Master pianist Emanuel Ax will perform with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra April 9-12. The program: Weber’s Overture to Die Freischütz, Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 14 and Schumann’s Symphony No. 4. For

Mostly Mozart, With Some 21st-Century Sounds Too

The Mostly Mozart Festival will have George Benjamin as its composer-in-residence, and three of his works will be played.

How Mozart Could Make Your Kitty's Spaying Safer

Surgery isn't a calming experience—so it only makes sense that your cat would rather hear soothing strings than distorted guitars. In what has to be one of science's odder recent experiments, researchers in Portugal decided to pop a pair of headphones on a dozen cats while they were being...

Watch the Smithsonian Zoo's Otters Do Their Best Mozart Impression

Above is a video of Asian small-clawed otters playing the keyboard. We suggest you watch it immediately. It's every bit as adorable as it sounds, and it should, at least temporarily, help you overcome that Memorial Day weekend withdrawal...Show More Summary

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