Tag: symphony

  • The Well-Tempered Clavier at 300

    The Well-Tempered Clavier at 300

    An audit of where one of Bach’s most important works, his 1722 Well-Tempered Clavier, stands after three centuries of influence.

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  • Who Needs a Conductor?

    Who Needs a Conductor?

    A delightful OpEd tackling the debate surrounding the myth and mystery of the orchestral conductor’s role, from anecdote to history.

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  • Orchestral Works for Children’s Education: Britten, Prokofiev, and Saint-Saëns

    Orchestral Works for Children’s Education: Britten, Prokofiev, and Saint-Saëns

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  • Sibelius, That High-Functioning Drunkard

    Sibelius, That High-Functioning Drunkard

    + Welcome to Soundfly! We help curious musicians meet their goals with creative online courses. Whatever you want to learn, whenever you need to learn it. Subscribe now to start learning on the ’Fly. The notion that partying is somehow intrinsically linked with the culture surrounding musicians is unfortunately nothing new. From Motown to EDM, the hard drinking and illicit drug […]

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