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  • Air - Bach

    Air - Bach

    By: Bradley
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    Air on the G String is August Wilhelmj's arrangement of the second movement in Johann Sebastian Bach's Orchestral Suite No. 3 in D major, BWV 1068. This movement was: 1. used in UK adverts for Hamlet Cigars, played usually on piano. 2. Part of Air on the G String's melody was incorporated into Procol Harum's celebrated 1967 Worldwide hit, A Whiter Shade of Pale. 3. A nearly full rendition of this piece was featured during the late-night library scene in the movie Se7en, when Morgan Freeman's character Detective Somerset was allowed into the library by the night watch crew who played this music while playing poker.
  • Serenade - Schubert
    By: Bradley
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    Schubert's immortal "Serenade" was written in 1826. it is so familiar that it needs no analysis, nor is one necessary from any point of view. It is simply a lovely melody from first note to last, written upon the inspiration of the moment, and yet characterized by absolute perfection of finish and a grace and beauty of which one never tires. It was originally composed as an alto solo and male chorus and was subsequently rearranged for female voices only. The circumstances of its composition as told by Schubert's biographer, Von Hellborn, are of more than ordinary interest.
  • How to Play a Major Pentatonic Scale
    By: ARVC
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    Pentatonic scales in country music can lend the melody a certain sweet quality. In the key of G, we could take the two octaves of the G mako scale and gap those scales. In other words, we'll take a few notes out. Instead of having seven notes, we're going to have five notes. That's where the name pentatonic comes from. I'm going to start with this G note on the first string and I'm just going to work my way across from the first string to the sixth string.
  • How to Play a Sliding Note
    By: ARVC
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    Let's talk about sliding notes on the guitar. The fiddle, as you know, does all kinds of sliding around. There are no frets on the fingerboard of the fiddle. We're always trying to copy what the fiddle does, melodically, in country music, especially the instrumental side of things. The fiddle is really great at playing melody, obviously. It also can play some cords or some backup parts. But it's very easy to slide around on the fiddle, and we like to try to emulate that sound, trying to make the frets sort of disappear on the guitar's fingerboard.
  • How to Play Flatpicking Style
    By: ARVC
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    Flat picking style guitar playing usually refers to playing melody with a flat pick usually on an acoustic guitar. And you might've heard some guys like Doc Watson, Clarence White playing fiddle tunes using a flat pick and a down-up down-up motion. So that's been a really influential style for guitar players in all different shades of country music from super traditional old time bluegrass to electrified rock and contemporary country.
  • How to Play using Hybrid Picking
    By: ARVC
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    Okay, hybrid picking is where we use the flat pick that we're holding with the thumb and the index finger and then we've got the middle finger to add some other melody notes, chord tones, rhythmic syncopation. You could even use the ring fingers as well.
  • start playing violin
    By: articleA
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    Many people love to pay violin but after starting it might be frustrating because of thinking of this, of that method, they might make struggle for you. Just be patient and have your practice. It is needed to play as much as you can and make a short-run goal for you practices. But for beginning you can start by learning notes and after that how to hold the violin or going to the teacher. And you can purchase videos of learning how to play violin. You can play any kind of music with violin, pop, rock, classic, folk, it is very beautiful, start it and enjoy your practicing and enjoy your progressing.
  • Columbian artist Shakira and her world cup anthem “Waka Waka”.
    By: Forumposting
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    Shakira is a goddess of melody and her approach of making music is inimitable, which is why this song “Waka Waka” was chosen to become the anthem of the soccer World Cup. After attaining superstardom all over Latin America, the Colombian-born Shakira developed into Latin pop's principal female intersect artist ever since Jennifer Lopez. Renowned for her belligerent, rock-inclined approach, Shakira sustained an amazing amount of artistic control over her compositions, particularly for a female artist; she wrote or co-wrote almost all of her personal material, and in the course acquired a repute as one of Latin music's most graceful lyricists. As soon as she released her initial English material in 2001, she turned into an instantaneous pop sensation, thanks to her idiosyncratic poetic intellect and a sexy video representation formed on her hip-shaking belly dancing moves.
  • Carlson Business School Gets a Surprise Visit
    By: AhnafMustakin
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    Everyone was minding their own agendas in Carlson School. It was a pretty mundane day. Then, without warning, a student arrives carrying a saxophone in his bag. He occupies the central spot of the crowd and takes out his instrument. He plays it with his heart, each note ringing to the open corridors of the school. Little by little, the crowd takes notice and looks at the musician who is producing the melody. A lady approaches and gives alms. In truth, he was a friend of the saxophonist, a fellow student from Minnesota. What ensued was a pageantry of melody, a hymn for the coming Christmas Holidays where 300 choir members joined in. Nice treat!
  • Sounds that Animals Make Video
    By: AhnafMustakin
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    One of the easiest ways to teach children about the pronunciation simple word sounds is through a song. Songs are catchy and when accompanied with a euphonic melody, easily registers into the brain. In this video sounds produced by animals are introduced to viewers. It’s intended for children for their early exposure to the world of language. Animals used are very common so children can easily associate with them. There bees, cats, dogs, horses, owls, and many more. Along with the beautiful song come brilliant illustrations of the animals themselves. With this, children are learning through their aural and visual senses.
  • Aretha Franklin

    Aretha Franklin

    By: Aika
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    Singer, songwriter and producer with unique and brilliant voice Aretha Franklin was born on 25th of March, 1942, in Memphis, Tennessee. She grew up in musician family. Her first performed was in Church where her father was preacher. When she was at 14 years old she had travelling tour with her father. She had a good experience such as she met legends of music such as Mahalia Jackson, Sam Cooke and Clara Ward. In 1960 she had contract with famous and successful label Columbia Records. She released her first album “The Great Aretha Franklin”. Her next song “A Never Loved A Man” included elements of different styles of music such as blues, rock, soul and gospel. This song became No. 10 at the hit charts. She is who won 18 Grammy Awards. After her very successful career she finally released her first album by her own label “A Woman Falling Out of Love”.
  • Blake Shelton: God Gave Me You
    By: ARVC
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    "God Gave Me You" is the title of a tune composed and recorded by American contemporary Christian music vocalist Dave Barnes. It was discharged in January 2010 as the lead single from the collection, What We Want, What We Get.In 2011, blue grass music artist Blake Shelton secured the tune for his collection Red River Blue. It was discharged in July 2011 as the second single from this collection. Shelton caught Barnes' rendition of the melody on a contemporary Christian station, and stated that it propelled him to recommend to then-lady friend Miranda Lambert; the music film incorporated footage from Lambert the night soon after their wedding. on November 30th, the tune accepted a Nomination in 54th Grammy Awards for Best Country Song.
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