RCM Intermediate History – Fair Phyllis (Renaissance)

Posted in: Musicouching by Colton Jolt on September 13, 2012 | 0 Comments

RCM Intermediate History – Fair Phyllis (Renaissance)

Self-explanatory.

Family Talent

Posted in: Guitar by KarissaMarie on September 2, 2012 | 0 Comments

Family Talent

I learn something new about my family every day. This time, I was pleasantly surprised.

Recording Artist or Object of Desire?? You Decide..

Posted in: Musicouching by blockkingz on December 11, 2011 | 0 Comments

Recording Artist or Object of Desire??  You Decide..

In the course of a lifetime there have been moments of thought that have managed to stick and stay with me thru the course of my recording career. The age old question that can’t seem to be answered is–"Are you a music artist, or an object to be desired?” Check out this article and I will explain.

10 Songs with Colours in The Title. Simply Red

Posted in: Musicouching by Jackie118 on October 21, 2010 | 6 Comments

10 Songs with Colours in The Title.  Simply Red

I couldn’t sleep last night and, rather than count imaginary sheep, I decided to try and name songs that contained colours. I started with red.

Mercedes-benz Offers Matte Colors in Canada: Exclusivity or Option?

Posted in: Brass by carlangas atc on July 22, 2010 | 0 Comments

Mercedes-benz Offers Matte Colors in Canada: Exclusivity or Option?

Mercedes-Benz Canada has announced the launch of an exclusive line called designo customization. It is available for your model range (more) high: CL, E, G, M, S, SL, and SLS AMG. Nothing that we do not know already, to show the BMW Individual.

Cencorship in Music

Posted in: Musicouching by Talldude950 on April 26, 2010 | 0 Comments

Cencorship in Music

I discuss the reasons why music should be played without cencorship.

Schubert Lieder Terms and Word Painting

Posted in: Music Theory by Silent Writer on February 12, 2009 | 1 Comment

Schubert Lieder Terms and Word Painting

Likely to help anyone studying Schubert songs for GCSE, A Level or in University – about how word painting has been used in his songs.

How Schubert Portrays the Three Characters in Setting of The Erlking

Posted in: Music Theory by Silent Writer on February 12, 2009 | 3 Comments

How Schubert Portrays the Three Characters in Setting of The Erlking

In ‘The Erlking’, Schubert uses various techniques to allow the listener to distinguish between each of the characters.


 
 
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