Music the artform and artists

Stockhausen in Japan

How the german avant-garde composer was transformed by his first visit to japan.

Red Bull Music Academy

On Writing About Irish Traditional Music

Musicians need to harness the printed word to affect their fortunes.

The Journal of Music

Finnish-made Namibian music instrument launched

The Sibelius academy of Finland together with the University of Namibia (Unam) has launched a Finnish-made Namibian traditional music instrument Otjihumba.

New Era

Brian Eno en cinq morceaux

Producteur, musicien, chanteur, Brian Eno possède assez de casquettes pour cacher son manque de pilosité.

Les InRocks

Reggae revival in Jamaica recalls golden era of 1970s

Jamaica is the birthplace of reggae, which became an international phenomenon thanks to Marley, who died of cancer in 1981 at age 36.

The Japan Times

Malkki at helm of Finnish orchestra cracks glass ceiling

Only a few women have made it to top conducting positions in classical music, and Finland's Malkki has joined the list.

Reuters

Les tranchées, berceau musical

Entre 1914 et 1918, la rencontre entre soldats bretons, parisiens et jazzmen américains projette la France dans le nouveau siècle.

Libération

What did ancient Mesopotamian music sound like?

We have the text of lots of poems from ancient Mesopotamia, and it seems likely that some were originally songs of a sort.

Slate

Nonesuch At 50: A Record Label Without Borders

The label became a force in the recording industry by pioneering electronic music and world music, launching the ragtime revival and becoming a place where contemporary classical composers had a home.

NPR


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