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REVIVING THE SOUNDTRACK TO THE RENAISSANCE – Music in the cultural environment of Florence

Camerata fiorentina and the birth of melodrama You can also get to know it online https://www.ibs.it/cd/compositori/Giulio%20Caccini. Composer and singer, he lived in the Medici court of Florence. Member of the Florentine Camerata, Giulio Caccini collaborated in 1600 to the music that constituted one of the first melodrama models. If you love music and want to learn to play an All …

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RUSSIAN BEAT – Otava Yo, new interpretations of Russian popular music

A vigorous sound, with unpredictable arrangements and electric instruments For your culinary evenings, enter restaurant with excellent Russian cuisine, the Na Zdrovie https://www.facebook.com/pages/Na-Zdorovie-Restaurant/287102478078049, in Bolshoy Prospekt, 13/4. The decor is reminiscent of Old Russian homes, and sometimes you find balalaika players. Do not forget to try to drink at least one Kvass! Walking on the Fontanka riverside, at number 13 …

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INFECTING THE LISTENER’S NERVES – Nachiketa Chakraborty: Life is visible only in the sun

A voice slightly nasal spinning around stark colloquialisms Sometimes we fall asleep quickly, other times sleep is slow to arrive, even if we have walked many hours through the streets of Kolkata. No problem: tune in to a local radio station https://onlineradiofm.in/west-bengal/kolkata and read a few pages from a novel by Vikram Seth. Instruments vocals, harmonium, guitar. Musical genres Urban …

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THE ARISTOCRAT DABBLER WHO PERSUED MUSICAL COMPOSITION – Benedetto Marcello: A music characterized by imagination and fine technique

Setting the stage for Classical in Western music In 1713, 24 of his cantatas for solo voice and basso continuo, performed weekly in private academies, date back to 1713, but he also cultivated a passion for instrumental music, including sonatas for harpsichord, cello and bass. To get to know the splendor of Venice, in addition to appreciating its pictorial school, …

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THE SINGERS’S SINGER – Jed Madela, a voice that is, once heard, never forgotten

Interpreting songs in international tilts, where to emerge as winner The annual Dinagyang Festival https://www.exploreiloilo.com/do/info/dinagyang-festival/, exquisite heritage sites, deliciously fresh seafood, and signature dishes waiting you. Iloilo, Queen City of the South, is the heart of the Philippines, because its people is connect to city’s past. You too can arrive here, looking for nightlife and a side trip to Guimaras …

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ONLY POPULAR SONGS – Dewiq: Ear-catching and easy-to-listen-to

Singing now finally, you have to choose Hearing, the most important sense in music, is the first of the five senses to develop, recognizing the different pitches and sound tones. You have arrived in Bandung and do not forget what Plato said: if you want to get to know a people listen its music. That by Dewiq https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Dtvjj5TeI0  in an …

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STRUGGLING WITH FAME – Dami Im: Well, I had better try to see how far this would take me

When feel like you have become an Olympian The soundscape is the acoustic property of a place; its perception is the result of its physical, biological and human dynamics. Any of our travels also includes this kind of experience that, over time, turns into memory. Our travel companions can be the flow of water in a river, the wind in …

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INTIMATE AFFAIRS, BY GUITAR AND HARMONIES – Lui Collins, one of New England’s first and brightest stars

Interlacing songs with stories, like a conversation with an old friend It is no coincidence. Some songwriters prefer to live in creatively stimulating places, such as the Pioneer Valley https://newenglandtravelplanner.com/go/ma/pioneer/index.html. Music-related memories are stored in a part of the brain separate from the others. That is why a cellist hit by an amnesia does not remember anything about his life, …

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THE SONGWRITER OF UNIVERSAL LOVE – Umberto Bindi: A man massacred, derided humiliated and then forgotten

Unforgettable words, to renew light music Here in Genoa, between the Porto Antico and Piazza de Ferrari, where the wind brings you the scent of the sea, ruffling your hair, your itinerary is born on the roads of Ligurian singer-songwriters. At the beginning, you will have to think of Fabrizio De Andrè and Gino Paoli, but along with the aroma …

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A BLONDE SINGER WHO DYES HER HAIR DARKER – Ysabella Brave: I appreciate that you have your own tastes, but give me a break!

Somewhat intense, but you will figure it out Music and sounds can stimulate the mind and creativity. The creative process that intervenes in the artistic activity contributes to enriching life. With sound, some people try to find new alternatives to old ways of thinking, feeling and interacting. Music is among the most mysterious gifts human beings have, especially in the …

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