Most people are aware that drums have been around for a long time. Drums of various types have been used throughout the history of civilization by numerous cultures for thousands of years. They have been used...
1 ---superstition - stevie wonder 2 ---la grange - zz top 3 ---roadhouse blues - the doors 4 ---what's going on? - marvin gaye 5 ---whole lotta love - led zeppelin 6 ---get up (i feel like being a) sex machine -...
A brief history of the legendary Glasgow venue. Full of hilarious anecdotes and wonderfully bizarre events. The great, the good, the bad and the downright ugly have all played the Apollo.
Latin America normally gets only a few pages, at the most, in the standard histories of the trombone. It probably deserves more. Records document a significant amount of trombone activity in colonial Latin America from...
The polyrhythmic, "a cappella" and township Beat and Jazz of South is one of the best and most beautifully diverse music throughout Africa. This music is culturally, traditionally, customary African
A collection of more than 100 pictures of trombone-playing angels from the 15th century to the 19th century
A Essay on the Comparision between the Gregorian chants of the Medieval Period and the Motets of the Renaissance. Two pieces of musical masterpieces are studied directly, "Pascha Nostrum" and "Osculetur me Osculo".
A look at some of the top rebel all-girl bands who have taken on the realms of punk and rock and clawed their way to the top.
The sitar is an Indian musical instrument that was very popular in the world of Pop in the late 1960s. Bands like The Beatles used it and Indian classical musician Ravi Shankar taught George Harrison.
Is musical talent inherited? This article gives evidence that this may indeed be the case. A famous family of "old time fiddlers," the Rutland clan, is examined with music videos to prove the point.