aural-art:

Maurice Ravel, 1912

aural-art:

Maurice Ravel, 1912

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  • The bard:

    So what do you call a singer who can't sing baritone or tenor or can't make his mind up?

  • Squonkhunter:

    Okay so you get...Soprano,Mezzo-soprano,Alto,Contralto,Tenor,Placido Domingo,Baritone,Bass-Baritone, Bass.

  • The bard:

    Makes sense doesnt it?

geminichilde:

George Gershwin, 1928

geminichilde:

George Gershwin, 1928

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Uh, Ellen, I love you, but that’s not a French horn.

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sassygayklavierspieler:

Cute music terms to name your children:

  • Viola
  • Harmony
  • Melody
  • Cadence
  • Carol
  • Hymn
  • Celeste
  • Clef
  • Agitato
  • Oboe Player
  • F Sharp
  • Barbaro
  • Plagal
  • Smorzando
  • ii♭ 6-4
  • Canon in inversion and augmentation

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http://fuckyeahhistorycrushes.tumblr.com/post/81434594864/clara-schumann-1819-1896-romantic-composer-and

theredshoes:

Clara Schumann (1819-1896), Romantic composer and pianist. Clara was born into a musical family; her mother was a famous singer and her father was a piano instructor and music reviewer. She learned piano at a very young age, mostly because of her batshit insane tiger father. By the age of 11…

are you kidding me with that illustration there

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mistermadam:

Eddie and H. Broderick in “Top Hat”

The Beatles Hey Jude (minor version)
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341939 Plays
The first question I ask myself when something doesn’t seem to be beautiful is why do I think it’s not beautiful. And very shortly you discover that there is no reason.
John Cage (via likeafieldmouse)

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karamazove:

Igor Stravinsky (1915) — Jacques-Émile Blanche

karamazove:

Igor Stravinsky (1915) — Jacques-Émile Blanche

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