Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Hebeloma: Music in the Train Station in Denmark?, (Renaissance) music by Guillaume Dufay ... kinda exquisite, Singing & nice, Mozart piano

Music in the Train Station in Denmark?

... starts with drums, then flute

... then the clarinet brings it into Ravel's Bolero ... :)))

... don't have a 'Trains' subject yet at WUaS

... so will probably add this to Classical Western Music ...

... interesting to see Danes, as well ... :)


You might enjoy this (Renaissance) music

by Guillaume Dufay (1397-1474) - Ecclesiae militantis -

which Blue Heron choir also sings.

It's kind of close to 'Madrigal Singing' -

but I may add it to the WUaS' 'Singing' wiki subject -

... kinda exquisite


Very nice Mozart ...

"Mozart: Variations on "Ah, vous dirai-je, Maman" " ...

added to WUaS's Piano (may add to Mozart, perhaps, as well), wiki, subject page,

because it's clear and instructive ...

There are so many Singing links at WUaS ...

where you can sing, learn (with videos, etc.), teach, listen,

and, in real time musical collaborations,

eventually, in a G+ Hangout ...

(music is an amazing way to bliss :)


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