Jazz in now played by every nation on the continent, but same as original Jazz as it has been played by the African Americans, Afro-Cubans and South Africans & elsewhere in Africa and the Caribbean.
The Jew's Harp or Jaw Harp is a very strange and ancient musical instrument with a very distinctive sound. Also known as the Ozark harp it is associated with Country and Bluegrass music.
Comparison of French and Italian Opera in the Baroque Period
The popular mambo instrumental song ¿Quién será? transformed as 'Sway' under Dean Martin's magical crooning. The tune has been covered by many artists across the world. Here is its musical journey ...
Any CD with Karen Carpenter would be my choice of Music to take to a desert island. What music would you take with you?
Louisa Stead Stories we can take in life and make it an example to ours, too many times we complain about our trials etc to God. Not seeing that He’s only doing it to make us strong because to be a soldier we must have stamina, endurance and...
A history of the trombone in Christmas.
Gone are the days of Fred and Ginger, of Donald O'Conner, of Gene Kelly. Today it's twerking, gyrating, pelvis thrusting. Where did true talent go and why did we let it leave?
Local South African Musicians playing Mbaqanga, Township or Kasi music and Funk. Historical music and videos of these bands and musicians, and a short history of these performing bands in South Africa
A collection of more than 100 pictures of trombone-playing angels from the 15th century to the 19th century