Hva er en Djembe?

Hva er en Djembe?

Djembe er en tromme, et afrikansk musikkinstrument i slagfamilien. Kroppen er laget av tre og huden er fra geit eller ku, hvor håret skrapes av. Kroppen består av to hovedformer, den øvre delen er større enn den nedre. Djembe er opprinnelig fra Vest-Afrika....

Audio Streaming Information

Why I Hate Flash Audio and What I Did About ItI love spoken-word audio. I’ve been listening to seminars, lectures, and books on tape for years.Get Personal by Adding Your Voice to Your SiteMany customers in today’s online business world are shopping around...

Audio Streaming Information

Jingles – What Constitutes A Successful Jingle Campaign?What constitutes a successful jingle campaign? In this article we will examine and listen to 4 successful jingle campaigns and look for key ingredients to their success.Jingle Campaign #1, Mr.Transmit Clean...

Dont Use Web Audio The Wrong Way

Have you ever wrestled with a set of instructions, but then got so frustrated with it all that you threw them aside in a fluster and tried to figure out how to do it? yourself?Resulting in?Making a great big mess of it all?Similarly, if you really want to use Web...

What The Muscle Power of Audio Can Do for Your Site

How Audio can Influence SalesAudio can enhance your website by letting your visitor listen to your voice, which is the next closest form of marketing besides a face to face meeting.Who can use Audio?Anyone can use audio, it all depends how knowledgeable you are when...

Seven Ways to Warm Your Prospects Using Website Audio

Gone are the days when putting audio on your website consisted of subjecting your visitors to gaudy musical fanfares and various clich?d sound effects. Fortunately, audio has now become a lot more sophisticated and new techniques that allow audio to be streamed have...

Eight Reasons Why You Must Add Audio to Your Website

NUMBER 1 : INTERNET USERS REMEMBER WHAT THEY HEARDid you know that Internet users remember only 20% of what they read while remembering an amazing 70% of what they hear? Audio on your website will help your message stay with fresh your visitors for longer.NUMBER 2 :...

DVD Audio: An Introduction

DVD Audio is a music format that is designed to offer improved audio performance over CD. The new audio format can be used to provide listeners with Advanced Resolution stereo and/or multi-channel (up to a maximum of six channels) music. In order to play back DVD...

Five Tips to Become a Soundbite Genius

1. Speak in soundbites to everyone.Getting key phrases for concepts and ideas across clearly is central to all communication. As a fun practice try to shave off any extraneous details during conversation in your everyday life. In Errol Morris’ film *Fog of War*...

CD/DVD Master Preparation Tips

«CD/DVD Master» is the disc you provide to your CD/DVD vendor for replication or duplication of that media. Here are some helpful tips for creating a high quality master:- Always use high quality media. All media is not the same. Do your research and...

Heres Exactly What Makes Web Audio So Powerful

Have you ever tried to communicate with another person using just actions and sign language? It gets attractive frustrating, doesn’t it? Exceptionally when you know that if you could just assert a hardly any words, they’d get the picture, almost...

7 Ways to Use Website Audio in Your Marketing Arsenal

Most visitors to your website are using computers with audio capabilities. Recently introduced techniques make it easy to take advantage of this capability.In the past, web audio was primarily decorative, consisting of musical fanfares or other clich?d sound effects....

The Ten Commandments To Creating Amazing Audio Products

1.Thou shall create audio products as the fastest way to come out with a product.Forget about e-books. They take to long to create especially if you’re a slooooow typist. You can create an audio product in a day instead of weeks or months with an e-book. If you...

7 Ways to Use AUDIO to Increase Your Web and E-mail Sales

Thought about adding audio to your Web site yet? You should. While great copy does a good job of selling your services and products, audio will amplify the effect of your words.Audio gives you a more personal connection with your Web visitors. Social psychologists...

Why Arent You Using Audio?

As use of the Internet continues to grow geometrically, we see an increased demand for information to be provided by a variety of media. Viewing options can range from simple text to PDF documents to video clips. Unfortunately, each option requires more and more...

School exercises by its teaching

SubmittedFriday, 03 May 2019 School exercises by its teaching Outside the influence that the School exercises by its teaching, its propaganda by means of concerts and publications is very active. From its foundation up to 1904 it had given two hundred performances in...

influence of the Conservatoire

SubmittedFriday, 03 May 2019 influence of the Conservatoire The influence of the Conservatoire is, in music especially, an influence of the past and of the Government. One may say much the same of the Opera. This ancient association, which bears the imposing name of...

lberic Magnard

SubmittedFriday, 03 May 2019 lberic Magnard The road that stretches before us is long and difficult. But if we turn our heads and look back over the way we have come we may take heart. Which of us does not feel a little glow of pride at the thought of what has been...

M. d’Indy

SubmittedFriday, 03 May 2019 M. d’Indy M. d’Indy claims that this system may be applied as successfully to instrumentalists and singers as to future composers. «For it is as profitable for them to know,» he says, «how to sing a liturgic...

corner stone of the edifice

SubmittedFriday, 03 May 2019 corner stone of the edifice It was for a long time the corner-stone of the edifice of music in Paris. But although it has always numbered in its ranks many illustrious and devoted professors–among whom it recognised, a little late,...

spirit of Debussy

SubmittedFriday, 03 May 2019 spirit of Debussy This manifesto reflects in its own way the spirit of Debussy and his untrammelled musical impressionism; and though it shows a good deal of naïveté and some intolerance, there was in it a strength of youthful enthusiasm...

music a la Palestrina

SubmittedFriday, 03 May 2019 music a la Palestrina They added to this, however, music à la Palestrina, and any music that conformed to its principles or was inspired by its example. Such archaic ideas would certainly never create a new kind of religious music, but at...

the last thirty years

SubmittedFriday, 03 May 2019 the last thirty years MUSICAL INSTITUTIONS BEFORE 1870 It is not by any means the oldest and most celebrated musical institutions which have taken the largest share in this evolution of music in the last thirty years. The Académie des...

M. Claude Debussy

SubmittedFriday, 03 May 2019 M. Claude Debussy For several years the leader of the young school, M. Claude Debussy, has, in his writings in the Revue Blanche and Gil Blas, attacked Wagnerian art. His personality is very French–capricious, poetic, and...

The influence of Franck

SubmittedFriday, 03 May 2019 The influence of Franck The influence of Franck was twofold: it was artistic and moral. On the one hand he was, if I may so put it, an admirable professor of musical architecture; he founded a school of symphony and chamber-music such as...

Wagner’s success

SubmittedFriday, 03 May 2019 Wagner’s success At this time Wagner’s success, in its turn, began to make itself felt. For this M. Lamoureux, whose concerts began in 1882, was chiefly responsible. Wagner’s influence considerably helped forward the...

PRESENT CONDITION OF FRENCH MUSIC

SubmittedFriday, 03 May 2019 THE PRESENT CONDITION OF FRENCH MUSIC We have seen how the musical education of France is going on in theatres, in concerts, in schools, by lectures and by books; and the Parisian’s rather restless desire for knowledge seems to be...

Henri Duparc Alexis de Castillon Vincent d’Indy

SubmittedFriday, 03 May 2019 Henri Duparc, Alexis de Castillon, Vincent d’Indy Among those who received his direct teaching[223] were Henri Duparc, Alexis de Castillon, Vincent d’Indy, Ernest Chausson, Pierre de Bréville, Augusta Holmes, Louis de Serres,...

complete upheaval

SubmittedFriday, 03 May 2019 complete upheaval It needed a complete upheaval of the nation–a political and moral upheaval–to change that frame of mind. Some indication of the change was making itself felt in the last years of the second Empire. Wagner, who...

M. Saint Sa?ns and M. Bourgault Ducoudray

SubmittedFriday, 03 May 2019 M. Saint-Saëns and M. Bourgault-Ducoudray In 1904, following the suggestions of M. Saint-Saëns and M. Bourgault-Ducoudray, class-singing was incorporated with other subjects in the programme of teaching,[254] and a free school of choral...

The Schola Cantorum

SubmittedFriday, 03 May 2019 The Schola Cantorum 3. The Schola Cantorum The Lamoureux Concerts had served their purpose, and, in their turn, their heroic mission came to an end. They had forced Wagner on Paris; and Paris, as always, had overshot the mark, and could...

musical weakness

SubmittedFriday, 03 May 2019 musical weakness The musical weakness of that time was a very curious thing, and has given many people the impression that France has never been a musical nation. Historically speaking, nothing could be more wrong. Certainly there are...

M. Buchor’s endeavours

SubmittedFriday, 03 May 2019 M. Buchor’s endeavours M. Buchor’s endeavours have been the most extensive and the most fruitful, but he is not alone in individual effort. There was, twenty years ago, in the suburbs of Paris and in the provinces, a large...

improvement of Parisian orchestras

SubmittedFriday, 03 May 2019 improvement of Parisian orchestras Nothing could have better completed the musical education of the public than this continuous defile, for the past ten years, of Kapellmeister and foreign virtuosi, and the comparisons that their different...

complex and unstable

SubmittedFriday, 03 May 2019 complex and unstable PARIS AND MUSIC The nature of Paris is so complex and unstable that one feels it is presumptuous to try to define it. It is a city so highly-strung, so ingrained with fickleness, and so changeable in its tastes, that a...

Poeme de la Vie humaine

SubmittedFriday, 03 May 2019 Poème de la Vie humaine And at last he composed and grouped together twenty-four poems in his Poème de la Vie humaine[247]–fine odes and songs, written for classic airs and choruses, a vast repertory of the people’s joys and...

Lamoureux’s performances

SubmittedFriday, 03 May 2019 Lamoureux’s performances Lamoureux’s performances of Wagner’s works have been among the best that have ever been given. He had a regard for the work as a whole and a care for its details, to which the Colonne orchestra...

forty years of active

SubmittedFriday, 03 May 2019 forty years of active THE AWAKENING A SKETCH OF THE MUSICAL MOVEMENT IN PARIS SINCE 1870 It is not possible in a few pages to give an account of forty years of active and fruitful life without many omissions, and also without a certain...

M. Bourgault-Ducoudray

SubmittedFriday, 03 May 2019 M. Bourgault-Ducoudray It is nearly twenty-five years since M. Bourgault-Ducoudray, who was one of the people who fostered the growth of choral singing in France, pointed out, in an account of the teaching of singing, the usefulness of...

The Lamoureux concerts

SubmittedFriday, 03 May 2019 The Lamoureux concerts The Lamoureux concerts have had from the beginning a very different character from the Colonne concerts. That difference lies partly in the personality of the two conductors, and partly in the fact that the Lamoureux...

need of the French spirit

SubmittedFriday, 03 May 2019 need of the French spirit I have given more than enough reasons to account for the success of Pelléas et Mélisande and the place that its admirers give it in the history of opera. There is every reason to believe that the composer has not...

Universites Populaires

SubmittedFriday, 03 May 2019 Universités Populaires I do not attach very much importance to the courageous, though not always very intelligent movement of the Universités Populaires, where since 1886 a collection of amateurs, of fashionable people and artists, meet to...

the keenest musical passion

SubmittedFriday, 03 May 2019 the keenest musical passion It is also at the Châtelet that the keenest musical passion has been preserved in the public, even to this day. Thanks to the size of the theatre, which is one of the largest in Paris, and to the great number of...

Debussy’s art only attempts

SubmittedFriday, 03 May 2019 Debussy’s art only attempts As Debussy’s art only attempts to give the impression of the moment, without troubling itself with what may come after, it is free from care, and takes its fill in the enjoyment of the moment. In the...

Music and the People

SubmittedFriday, 03 May 2019 Music and the People 6. Music and the People Thus music had almost come back to its own, as far as the higher kind of teaching and the intellectual world were concerned. It remained for a place to be found for it in other kinds of...

The Grand Symphony Concert

SubmittedFriday, 03 May 2019 The Grand Symphony Concert 2. The Grand Symphony Concerts Although it was an urgent matter that young French composers should unite to withstand the general indifference of the public, it was more urgent still that that indifference should...

Lully and Rameau

SubmittedFriday, 03 May 2019 Lully and Rameau In France we have never had–apart from a few attempts in opéra-comique–a recitative that exactly expressed our natural speech. Lully and Rameau took for their model the high-flown declamation of the tragedy...

International Congress of Music

SubmittedFriday, 03 May 2019 International Congress of Music This movement with regard to musical study grew rapidly; and the first International Congress of Music, held in Paris at the time of the Universal Exhibition of 1900, gave historians of music an opportunity...

French music has been derived

SubmittedFriday, 03 May 2019 French music has been derived Nothing is truer. The Société Nationale is indeed a guest-chamber, where for the past thirty years a guest-chamber art and guest-chamber opinions have been formed; and from it some of the profoundest and most...

opposed to the Bayreuth ideal

SubmittedFriday, 03 May 2019 opposed to the Bayreuth ideal From a scenic point of view, Pelléas et Mélisande is also quite opposed to the Bayreuth ideal. The vast proportions–almost immoderate proportions–of the Wagnerian drama, its compact structure and...

Musical Learning and the University

SubmittedFriday, 03 May 2019 Musical Learning and the University 5. Musical Learning and the University While this movement was going on in the artistic world, scholars were taking their share in it, and music was beginning to invade the University. But the thing was...

Salle Pleyel

SubmittedFriday, 03 May 2019 Salle Pleyel The first concert was given on 25 November, 1871, in the Salle Pleyel; and it is worthy of note that the first work played was a trio of César Franck’s. Since then the Society has given three hundred and fifty...

specially French character

SubmittedFriday, 03 May 2019 specially French character The cause of the artistic success of Pelléas et Mélisande is of a more specially French character, and marks a reaction that is at once legitimate, natural, and inevitable; I would even say it is vital–a...

sonatas trios and quartettes

SubmittedFriday, 03 May 2019 sonatas, trios, and quartettes These performances of sonatas, trios, and quartettes, were attentively listened to by an audience of five or six hundred persons, the greater part of them cultured people, students from the poly-technics and...

new generation

SubmittedFriday, 03 May 2019 new generation A new generation was growing up, however,–a generation that was serious and thoughtful, that was more attracted by pure music than by the theatre, that was filled with a burning desire to found a national art. To this...

menaces music in Germany

SubmittedFriday, 03 May 2019 menaces music in Germany And, lastly, I want to speak of the greatest danger of all that menaces music in Germany; there is too much music in Germany. This is not a paradox. There is no worse misfortune for art than a super-abundance of...

symphony concerts

SubmittedFriday, 03 May 2019 symphony concerts 4. The Chamber-Music Societies On parallel lines with the big symphony concerts and the new conservatoires, societies were formed to spread the knowledge of, and form a taste for, chamber-music. This music, so common in...