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A Study Of Instruments

You find yourself
In a
Quiet place

No sound
No people
Just you

And you think
To yourself
Listening to your own
Silent symphony

It’s your mind… 54 more words

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Cultured Weekend: Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra, National Museum

A weekend could never go wrong with music and culture.

Timeless Classics, New Beginnings

Friday night. The crew: Enzo, Rose, Kath, Jeff. The metro traffic was as always horrible. 421 more words

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Sarabande

by Brian Cockburn

This Grade 2 work for string orchestra is the first movement of the composer’s three movement Welsh Suite based on pieces found in a Renaissance lute manuscript. 44 more words

Easy

Orchestration Lecture: Score Analysis On Tchaikovsky 4th Symphony 1st movement.

Here’s a short clip from my orchestration class. An interesting orchestration technique is done by Tchaikovsky which switches the focus of the listener from the melody to the countermelody.

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My first time at the opera with Madam Butterfly

Last week my mother, sister and I deviated from our usual Friday night routine of pasta, pizza and red vino and tasted a little upmarket culture by venturing to the opera. 799 more words

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Amsterdam Part 2

In addition to their love of toast, the Dutch also love triple decker sandwiches, Kim had major food envy at breakfast.

Also, Kim and I discovered a new drinks implement which we christened ‘the lemon masher’, whenever we had a bit of lemon in our drinks we got a masher to accompany it which I rather liked. 359 more words

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