This is an app that lets you play concertos with an orchestra that follows your tempo. No more playing with recordings that lock you into a fixed style.
It’s called Cadenza and it’s on Kickstarter right now. There’s a Mac version but the Kickstarter is for the iOS app!
Thought a lot of people here would be interested :)
A Longford Legend Movements 1, 2, and 3. Performed By The University Of North Texas UNT.
no video, only audio, but this is hands down one of my favorite pieces ever.
Symphonic Orchestra Flash Mob - Dvorak
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=scBO3Hwj3Ks Here’s my first post. I am a freshman cello performance major. For our first concert at the end of September, we played Brahms Second Symphony. This was my first performance as a college musician. And I wasn’t nervous at all. We were so prepared, especially compared to what I was used to from high school. The last movement is my favorite; it sort of ends with a fanfare which essentially starts me off on the rest of my college career.
can i just take a moment to acknowledge how badly the woodwind players are kicking everyone else’s asses and these have only been up for a couple days?
go here to reblog and vote for your section!
this is a poll. go herehref> if you’re a musician but you play something else to find your poll!
The Mnozil Brass’s parody of some modern classical music - hilarious!!
just for the record, i’m the second to the last one in that last post. and my friend cat is the last one. wooo for marimba geeks.
i feel like we should make an awesome post of orch dorks being awkward like that.
submit pictures of you being awkward with your orchestral instruments? :D
i’ll make an awesomely awkward post with all of them and we shall get more notes than that taylor swift one
let’s show tumblr that we’re an army too.