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Six compositeurs de musique de film oscarisés

Lalo Schifrin, John Williams, Ennio Morricone, Geoges Delerue, Alexandre Desplat et Gabriel Yared...une sélection d'émissions autour ces 6 compositeurs qui ont remporté la statuette dorée.

France Musique

Los premios Grammy introducen una nueva categoría para música de videojuegos

Ya sea el sonido pegadizo de una melodía en 8-bits, las melodías del metaverso o el remix más reciente de «Super Mario Bros», la música de los videojuegos parece no tener límites.

Industria Musical

Stella Chiweshe: Zimbabwe’s mbira queen, rebel music star and pioneer

Chiweshe was born in July 1946 in the rural area of Mhondoro in the Mashonaland province of northern Zimbabwe. She began playing the mbira, an ancient thumb piano, in the early 1960s. At the time she was reproached by both men and women because she had dared to play an instrument that was ordinarily played by men.

Music in Africa

John Williams Beats His Own Record as Most Oscar-Nominated Living Person

The legendary composer received his 53rd Academy Award nomination for his work on Steven Spielberg's 'The Fabelmans' on Tuesday.

The Hollywood Reporter

Chinese musician works to revive the gehu instrument

Yuxin Wu, a second-generation gehu player at the Berklee College of Music, is on a mission to revive the Chinese string instrument with its unique vibrational sound.

The World

Tom Verlaine, ex-leader de Television et figure de la scène punk-rock

Le chanteur et guitariste qui émergea dans l’underground new-yorkais à la fin des années 1970 est mort à 73 ans.

Huffington Post

"Hyperpop": ¿El futuro de la música pop?

El hyperpop en un subgénero de la música pop que se caracteriza por un uso maximalista de elementos electrónicos para generar melodías pegadizas y sonidos agradables para el oído.

El Imparcial

A Black Composer’s Legacy Flourishes 500 Years After His Birth

The reputation of Vicente Lusitano, one of the earliest known composers of African descent active in Europe, was thwarted for centuries.

The New York Times

Hip hop in Sudan

At the start of the 1960s, Sudanese musicians began incorporating Western influences in their compositions. Brass instruments, accordions, electric guitars, violins, synths and pianos, accentuated by drum kits, produced a hybrid sound of jazz and blues that was widely loved.

Music in Africa

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