"All the good music has already been written
by people with wigs and stuff." -- Frank Zappa
The Healing Power of MusicIf we saw what was at the back of all the medicines which are used for healing purposes, if we ask what it is in them that heals, we shall find that it is the different elements which constitute our physical being. The same elements are present in those medicines, and that which is lacking in us is taken from them, or the effect which should be produced in our body is produced by them. The vibration which is necessary for our health is created in the body by their power. The rhythm which is necessary for our cure is brought about by bringing the circulation of the blood into a certain rhythm and speed.The Healing Power of Music by randallstuartpeik
By this we learn that health is a condition of perfect rhythm and tone. Music is rhythm and tone. When the health is out of order, it means the music is out of order. Therefore, when the music is not right in us the help of harmony and rhythm is very necessary to bring us into a state of harmony and rhythm. This way of healing can be studied and understood by studying the music of one's
symphony stellataone of my earliest memories -symphony stellata by Lissomer
my mother, steadfast mentality
slowly driving her forward, repeating
repeating re-pea-ting bar by bar
nocturne number eight in d flat major;
never anything less than perfection,
even when fingertips wear thin,
when patience wears thinner,
and chopin fades into dusti am a child born of icy constellations,
cigarette smoke, and canorous chords,
composers whispering at the edge of my sensesblack-garbed, it's grandmother's funeral -
my violin cries massenet's méditation.
my thirteen year-old heart has never
felt so incapable of expression,
so goddamn inadequate, and d major
has never sounded so heartbroken.
we return to a phone call from father,
his composure cracking as he tells us
we'll be doing this all over again;
96 hours, two grandmothers gone,
now all i have is massenet and
it isn't fairwe'd never know it by looking at the sky,
but countless stars waxed requiem to
create us; cenotaphs in the empyrean blacksixteen years old and i can breathe -
Tutorial: How to submit music to dA (free)Tutorial: How to submit music to dA (free) by RetSamys
Music time! Tutorial time.
IntroductionUpload YouTube videos, embed them in FlashVectorian Giotto (Windows)SWFTools (Windows)WAV to SWFImage to SWFCombine SWFsSharingFlash & dA
Welcome to my tutorial. Today, I will tell you how you can upload and submit music to deviantART (and how to add music to images) with free programs. In Windows. Sorry, I don't have access to other OS's right now, but if you
Calling all music composers!Hello Insignia fans, this is Koru Xypress speakingCalling all music composers! by Koru-Xypress
I'm planning on working on my personal project, INSIGNIA, and I'm calling all the talented musicians who can compose music digitally.
It's nothing serious or anything, just for fun. I can provide the story, characters, and the lore of the world, and you musicians can have something work with.
No profit, no obligations, no deadlines, just artsy people gathering together and composing their work into a somewhat bigger scale.
More about the project. Insignia has a children's fantasy atmosphere, and so I'm looking for a Final Fantasy / Tales of Eternia / Legend of Legaia feel, though I'm really just interested in what anyone can bring to the table, so anything's fine really, as long as it fits
Well hope to hear from some of you soon. Bye now~
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Ended: April 14th 2015
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HarpsichordMost delicate;Harpsichord by a-secret-key
Each sound falls
Like water. Fibrous
Web- fingers untangle a
Pattern, caress it with
A nervous indecision.
Falling and pulling
Waves sucking on threads
Of courtly cadence.
One motion: Fragile as
Pulse, but solid, still,
As teeth clipping
Together on one note,
The precision became a
Song cradled in a brace of
Sinewed sound & gleaming
notes more worldly than
Humour . I pull a trill
From somewhere, deep
But still cat light, reaching
Below where all sound
Resides. Shuddering pure
Vibration choreographs my
Bones, heart, lungs and soul
Cavity: a deadly synchronicity
, A factory. I cleanly pluck
Each song a blackbird, his
Stuttered flight my rhythm.
The trigger jerks as my
Guillotine falls on your
Melancholy chords. Breathe
Richly. This is the knitting
Of sound, its creation: no
Drag, chopping through
My stabbing melody. Grappling
Ivorys sting consciousness,
Diving as if through the
Well in which, plummeting,
Music drowns, i
those cautious notes~Prelude~those cautious notes by twobefore-sunrise
As it starts,
full of those delicious pouts
of doubts and uncertainties
as the air rushes out in carefully measured
tablespoons of heaven
with each progression
make the tension of
my chest's anticipation rise.
We chase in duets
Each stealing a solo
after a long, reverberated trilling
of perfected accordance.
Those modulated fuges
of our heartstrings thrice pulled
spring forth more uncomfortable minors
and bends our souls.
Not everything is pretty,
and elementary perfect.
Happy, sad, strange and wrong
can lead back to happy on the right winding road
the Baroque perfection
of our Finale,
The Romantic insinuated interludes,
ocilating our raw exposed slurs
All can end so predictably
as it never w
A Dedication to Yo-Yo-MaBach: The Wailing WallA Dedication to Yo-Yo-Ma by GhostlyToaster
of a broken world
of innocence and earth,
timefulness and worth.
Show me another time,
when world wasn't named
to fit in rhyme,
when names held little powers,
and the grandiose nature of things
by we mere beings.
The world is alive in another concerto,
another form to please the senses,
to celebrate the brevity of life
and fie!, shew away those laments
of yesterdays repeated, worn out
with constant use.
Bach: The Wailing Wall
of a broken world -
I see no scattered pieces.
George Frideric HandelGeorge Frideric Handel by stormygate
20 November 2006
Gorge Frideric Handel
George Frideric Handel (b. Halle, 23 Feb. 1685; d. London, 14 April 1759) was one of the greatest composers of all time. While he was of German origin, he composed quite a bit in English and Italian. His popularity from his death to the 20th century relied heavily on his orchestral works and oratorios, Messiah being one of the largest, according to Anthony Hicks (para 1). He also explored every musical genre; both instrumental and vocal. In the beginning of his career, Handel composed many operas, particularly Italian librettos that were the finest despite their rarity. Lat
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NOT for the faint of heart: Scepticism and Revisionism: Taboga & Luchesi controversy: www.youtube.com/watch?v=0xuTaN… (feel free to ask questions regarding!) It may help clear up or discover a few things, probably shave off of *arranger* Joseph's opus extra 400 works too. Not to speak of the rest of the musical world ... Here's Haydn & Pleyel case, insight into copyright-pre-copyright: iposgoode.ca/RogerFisher_Haydn… See *New Grove Haydn* 2002 onwards for attributions, spurious or ''with his approval'' works, etc.: books.google.si/books?id=7LxLt… ... Chill, this goes for many a composer - good to know! This group truly accepts ALL music(-related stuff)!
... With THIS hot topic taken care of ~ put on your wig and let's dig the gig!
*In Search of Haydn* - www.fandor.com/films/in_search…
(you'll need to install IP-changing program to watch if outside USA.)
Also BBC: www.youtube.com/watch?v=j7C1xY…
3SAT (in German language): www.youtube.com/watch?v=KZMbSu…
Kids these days ... FAN! - documentary: www.youtube.com/watch?v=DzCPZk…
... PUPPET OPERAS! www.georg-jenisch.com/videos/ - ''Haydns Nacht'' can be bought at: *bureauarnold.com/wp/figurenfil… or *www.bureauarnold.com/HN/haydns…
MUSEUMS and HOUSES: HaydnHaus Wien: www.wienmuseum.at/de/standorte… * HaydnHaus Eisenstadt: haydn-haus.at/ * Mike Haydn Society: www.concerts-at-five.com/ * Mike Haydn Salzburg Museum: www.salzburg.info/en/sights/mu…
FORUMS, SOCIETIES: Haydnesque Forum: haydnesque.createforum.net/ind… * JH Great Britain: www.haydnsocietyofgb.co.uk/ * North America www.haydnsocietyofnorthamerica… * Handel & Haydn Society: www.handelandhaydn.org/ * Mike H: www.haydn.dk/ * 2009 Haydn BLOG: haydn2009.wordpress.com/
BooKs, INFO pages:
MICHAEL Haydn's SCORES, enter keywords at your convenience: www.digitale-sammlungen.de/ind…
A well of wisdom, history and knowledge: selection of Haydn's LETTERS (Eng.): www.public-domain-content.com/… & ia700302.us.archive.org/29/ite… (82!!!)
Kenneth Woods Blog: kennethwoods.net/blog1/2006/11…
Bits about the quartets: www.fuguemasters.com/haydn.htm…
Haydn Database: www.public-domain-content.com/…
Fine ''HAYDN STUDIES'' (& so on, just click the book covers, via Google books): books.google.si/books/about/Ha… or *Search inside* ... & ''Haydn SYMPHONIES'', spurious or otherwise, by Landon: archive.org/details/TheSymphon… (neat case-file! See also: Haydn: Chronicle and Works. If you find it.) Haydn & Classical Variation: books.google.si/books?id=kL3Xn…
Heaps of FREE books, scores and whatnot from Archive.com: archive.org/search.php?query=j… www.ebookcenter.biz/Books/ON/B…
Complete Jo Haydn bookography from OpenLibrary: openlibrary.org/search?q=josep…
and Mike Haydn: www.haydn.dk/mh_literature.php
Downloadable PDF: Joseph Haydn und sein Bruder Michael: zwei Bio-bibliographische Künstler-Skizzen: archive.org/details/josephhayd…
Downloadable PDF: Joseph Haydn's English Diary (1794-95): ia700300.us.archive.org/21/ite…
LISTS of compositions: MIKE: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_… JO: imslp.org/wiki/List_of_Composi…
JO short BIO's: www.bookglutton.com/books/free… & www.artsalive.ca/pdf/mus/haydn… & www.gutenberg.org/files/13504/… MIKE's on Mozart forum: www.mozartforum.com/Contempora…
Pretty close, albeit un-pockmarked likeness: Anton Grassi, cca 1799.