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new bruises, ancient worlds

For the past week, I have slept with a pillow under my left knee, I’ve had completely un-sing-able compositions stuck in my head, and the sweet start of a callus forming on my right big toe.   294 more words


Today is Claude Debussy's Birthday!

In honor of today being Claude Debussy’s birthday we would like to remember all of the wonderful music that he has made. Claude Debussy was a French composer who was well known for his impressionist music. 520 more words

Classical & Opera

Bok leaps with Beauty

I have been itching to see Bok since last year. My old roommate, a Rhodes drama alumnus, ignited my excitement after raving about it. But although the pros of Bok outweigh its cons, not all my expectations of the production were met. 222 more words

South Africa

Faun and Fantasy in BOK

After successful seasons at KKNK 2015 and The Magnet Theatre, Underground Dance Theatre’s provocative BOK returns to the National Arts Festival. 251 more words


Royal Ballet Mixed Bill (Afternoon of a Faun, In The Night, Song of the Earth) - May 30 12.30pm

This mixed bill gave results which were truly mixed. Two Robbins pieces (Afternoon of Faun and In The Night) met with MacMillan’s Song of the Earth for this matinee. 1,205 more words


Sarah Lamb, Melissa Hamilton, Federico Bonelli and Vadim Muntagirov

Sarah Lamb, Melissa Hamilton, Federico Bonelli and Vadim Muntagirov, “Afternoon of a Faun”, choreography by Jerome Robbins, The Royal Ballet

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What is it About Music? Part Five – Tone Color

Lilly B. Gardner, MS, MS, MPA, DPA, CNS

         If you play a musical instrument or have a favorite one, chances are you selected it because of its “tone color.” Tone color (or Timbre), as defined by musicologists, is what you hear being produced. 623 more words

Music Theory