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Michael Betteridge on Creating Market Songs for Ageas Salisbury Arts Festival

Composer Michael Betteridge (Embedded with Hampshire Music Service, 2014-15), writes about his upcoming performance opening the Ageas Salisbury Arts Festival 2015 (beginning 22 May). Working with 400 singers in Salisbury’s central market square, Michael’s piece explores the history and culture of the city through song. 948 more words

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April 24 ~ Today in Music History

. 1706 ~ Giovanni Battista Martini, Italian music scholar and composer

. 1792 ~ La Marseillaise composed by French army officer Claude Joseph Rouget de Lisle… 669 more words

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Softcore Visualizing with Ian Miller

Ian Miller talked to us about working “backwards” and scoring softcore porn…

UniqueSound: So you were actually one of the composers that reached out directly to us.   1,272 more words

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Hymn Writing Not A Lost Art, Thanks To Keith and Kristyn Getty

If angels somehow descended on Midtown Manhattan, it might sound a little like the choir at the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church, who can make any hymn or anthem sound new — even though some are a few centuries old. 158 more words

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Hymn Writing Not A Lost Art, Thanks To Keith and Kristyn Getty

If angels somehow descended on Midtown Manhattan, it might sound a little like the choir at the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church, who can make any hymn or anthem sound new — even though some are a few centuries old. 158 more words

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Who is Max Reger?

I’m currently skimming through Salzman’s Twentieth-Century Music: An Introduction. He briefly mentions Max Reger (1873-1916), a german composer who had some influence on Hindemith. I”ve always heard the name but never actually listened or learned anything about his music. 85 more words

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