Above is a little play on Pamela's voice. She recorded "the break" from the Kandinsky prompt.
The above small sample was made in Logic but can be done in any program you work in.
I wanted to use a few things:
Added by Paola Prestini on January 30, 2012 at 7:00pm — No Comments
At the end of Monday's live chat, composer Paola Prestini said:
"One reason we make art is because it is a part of your identity that you are sharing, and your identity is created by the things that happen to you every day."
Paola Prestini: why do you create your music?
Naomi: to express your feelings
Branch: well, I do it to evoke some kind of a reaction in people...sometimes I want them to feel…
Average length: I'd say…3 minutes or less.
Climax: mmm, that is a tough thing to think about…I'm not so sure, but as a starting point…as an idea, I think the climax will be when one of the 'men' -hehe- eventually takes over the whole thing…but maybe a new man may appear at the end, to create balance...
Is there a struggle?: Definitely! That would make everything much more interesting to the listener. I think that…Continue
The Break - Composing Project Group
It all starts with an idea we can relate to, right?
So, after reading some poems from Kandinsky -and many of which I didn't quite understand to be honest hehe…- I chose:
The small man wanted to break the chain and of course could not. The big man broke it quite easily. The small man wanted to escape straightaway.…Continue
Carnegie Hall: What are three things you love about music?
Austin: It makes me happy…
Added by Carnegie Hall on January 23, 2012 at 12:30pm — No Comments
Recruiting US choirs now for the National High School Choral Festival
Once every two years, Carnegie Hall gives a few specially chosen choruses the opportunity to realize the dream of a lifetime: a performance on the Carnegie Hall stage with a professional orchestra and soloists.
The 2012–2013 Carnegie Hall National High School Choral Festival…
Added by Carnegie Hall on January 23, 2012 at 11:18am — No Comments
Hello friends! I am so excited to begin tomorrow. I've been thinking about the first "challenge". Please take a look at this page:
We will be utilizing specific visual tools for composing. Take a close look at the timeline. This is for a piece called BodyMaps. When I began thinking about this piece, which is a collaboration with the Mexican artist, Erika Harrsch,…Continue
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Added by Carnegie Hall on January 13, 2012 at 2:35pm — No Comments
We’re in a celebratory mood here at Carnegie Hall, having been surrounded the past couple of weeks by a variety of Carnegie Hall holiday performances, the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree, and the New Year’s Eve ball that dropped in Times Square, and everywhere we go, we cannot get this fun, celebratory song out of our heads!
What song reminds you of a…Continue
Carnegie Hall announces the launch of the National Youth Orchestra of the United States of America, a major new initiative that will bring together the most talented young orchestral players from across the United States. Created by Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute,…Continue
Added by Carnegie Hall on January 12, 2012 at 10:00am — No Comments
Happy New Year. So what do you want to do with your new year? My resolution is to actually do more. To do more of the things I think about doing, hope to do, or know that I need to do, and in good time. No more delaying. Time is precious.
How about you?
Hello! These are some aspects of our students at Cedart Diego Rivera. Right now they’re on vacations, and they’re going to return at school next February. For the time being we´re happy to share with you our universe.Continue
Added by Carmen Zavaleta on January 3, 2012 at 4:07pm — No Comments
For a second i thought what does music mean to me? is just my passion ,or merely a hobby,or just a fun thing to pass my time?Actually the answer to this ques was deep inside me, somewhere hidden in my voice. many people find it difficult to recognise the talent within them,but in my case i was lucky enough to have my well wishers beside me.…Continue