Category Music to Listen to

I. Guitar Concerto No. 1 (re-orchestrated)

Hello Folks, I hope you enjoy listening to the first movement of my Guitar Concerto no. 1 Advertisements

Incidental Music 2, “Street Explosion Scene”

Here is another incidental composition which is based on a prose again. I hope you enjoy listening to it.           .

Incidental Music 1, “Cold Dark Foggy Forest”

Lately, I have been working on some incidental music projects.  Here is one of my  compositions called “Cold dark foggy forest” which is based on a prose. I hope you will enjoy listening to it.               .          

Music Suggestion No. 3

The third music suggestion is a 15th century (Renaissance) work, called “L’homme armé Mass” (The armed man Mass) written in 1460s by Guillaume Du Fay. “The Story of Music (part 4)” post talks about this era and the composer more. “L’homme armé” was used so widely by the composers of the Renaissance era, and that’s […]

Music Suggestion No. 2

The second music suggestion is a late 13th century dance song in genre of troubadour dance (as talked about in “The story of music part 2” and “The story of music part 3“), called Kalenda maya (The first of May) by Raimbaut de Vaqueiras. It has a strophic poem text and the familiar ABC musical […]

The Art of Performance & beyond

It’s a long road toward an ideal performance. What makes a performance academically ideal could be defined and listed (in fact it is defined and listed). One may argue that it can be reached through analysis, practice, interpretation, etc., and of course it takes time. Therefore, it is not a mystery! But what makes a […]

Music Suggestion No.1

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=27ol_QffDhE As you may know, I’ve started to write a series of music history posts on the blog called “The story of music”. Here there will be a series of music suggestions to listen to. Though these will be independent posts, these posts will be written by the same order (as the story of music) […]