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Academic Music A server for analyzing and sharing compositions of others or your own, discussing music theory or instrument/voice technique, and asking questions about classical music. We provide a hub of ideas and discussion with the hopes of providing sophisticated feedback to make skillful and confident musicians. Please share this server to any fellow musicians you know! Features -A community of over 1400 musically inclined people and professional musicians -Free classroom-style lectures on topics in music theory -Channels for each instrument category, and vocalists -Channels for posting your or others' pieces for analysis and feedback -Active music theory education and experimentation -Discussion about the history and cultural context of classical music from the Middle Ages to now https://discord.gg/sjpwcjv
Hello all, I'm interested in internalizing the different tone colors and effects different instruments have (mutes, special bowing techniques, extended techniques, etc.). Does anyone know of an online database which has recorded samples of each instrument with different effects? For example, I'm looking for a site that could provide audio of a Horn in F playing muted (non-transposing), stopped, muted (transposing), and open. This would be as a substitute to someone who didn't have access to live players who could demonstrate these effects in person. Many thanks.
So, what is your favorite musical repertoire for your principle instrument? I play oboe, and I have to say, without a doubt, Ralph Vaughan Williams' Oboe Concerto here are the three movements in order. Rondo Pastorale, Minuet and Mussette, and Scherzo It's amazing!! and what I love a lot is that the peak (or what seems like a peak to me) in the third movement is pp. It's quiet but rich. So tell me! your instrument you favorite repertoire for the instrument (feel free to post more than one) and if possible, a link so I can hear it!! :)