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Music the artform and artists

Casia de Constantinopla, ¿la primera compositora de la historia de la música?

Quizás haya oído hablar alguna vez de Francesca Caccini (1587-1640), Barbara Strozzi (1619-1677), Fanny Mendelssohn (1805-1847), Clara Schumann (1819-1896), o de las hermanas Nadia (1887-1979) y Lili Boulanger (1893-1918) (por citar solo a algunas de las compositoras hoy más conocidas).

The Conversation

Chris Blackwell, Angélique Kidjo and Arvo Pärt Named 2023 Polar Music Prize Laureates

The prestigious Polar Music Prize was created by Stig “Stikkan” Anderson, famed Swedish writer/producer/label owner/publisher and manager of ABBA, and first presented in 1992.


Throat singing in Kangirsuk

In traditional katajjaq, also known as Inuit throat singing, two women stand face to face and perform a duet that doubles as something of a musical battle.


Fatoumata Diawara, 50 nuances intenses d’africanité

Entre tradition et modernité, le don de Diawara est imprégné des rythmes authentiques de la musique Wassoulou, région du Mali d’où Fatoumata Diawara est originaire.

Radio France

El reggaetón, música para bailar la pena

Desde sus orígenes en el 'reggae' y el 'dancehall' hasta el reggaetón más mainstream actual. Se trata de una música que se desarrolló entre las clases más pobres, cuya sexualidad en las letras y bailes tiene también un importante mensaje político.

Onda Cero

The Dream Journey

The launch of The Dream Journey channel came at a time when Pakistan’s classical music scene was stagnant, leaving many performers struggling to make a living.


Billboard’s Latin Women In Music 2023 Define What ‘Powerful’ Means to Them

The first edition of Billboard Latin Women in Music has arrived. Hosted by reggaetón royalty Ivy Queen and Telemundo television host Jaqueline Bracamontes, the two-hour music special celebrates game-changing Latin women in music: seven musicians and 40 executives.


The Lost Music of Connie Converse

A writer of haunting, uncategorizable songs, she once seemed poised for runaway fame. But only decades after she disappeared has her music found an audience.


Mykola Lyssenko : père de la musique ukrainienne

Un portrait du compositeur et ethnomusicologue Mykola Lyssenko (1842-1912) considéré comme un héros national en Ukraine tant il a oeuvré pour l'indépendance culturelle de son pays.

France Musique

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