Tag Archives: Music Humour
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“I shot this little film in my kitchen over a few weeks in late 2011. It is the result of my passion for beautiful sad opera songs and my interest in the tragic destiny of a fish.” ~Carlo Vogele, creator … Continue reading
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A rather technical bit of music theory humour: ___________________________________________________________ Image: The Odd Quartet via The Music Point
Last fall – as part of the year-long incentive program -my student Shana designed a poster with The Clock of Music. I was a bit surprised – and dismayed – when another Clock of Music landed in my Inbox. Dang … Continue reading
Originally posted on Weird Music History:
7/13 Today (well, Yesterday) in Weird Music History: 1951. Composer Arnold Schoenberg dies in Los Angeles. In 1951, that fell on “Friday the 13th.” The inventor of the Twelve-Tone method of serial composition was…
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So it’s time to forget my hang-ups, venture beyond the printed page, and just do it. Improvise. If this guy can, really, anyone can. Even me. Thank you David. You’ve made my day!