Please Visit My NEW blog!: Great Books of Old Stream
- Follow Good Music Speaks on WordPress.com
TagsAaron Copland Alban Berg Anton Bruckner Anton Webern Arnold Schoenberg Bach Beethoven Bela Bartok Bernstein Blues Books Buddy Guy Chamber Music Classical Music Coltrane Desert Island Disc Detroit Detroit Jazz Festival Detroit Opera House Detroit Symphony Orchestra Dmitri Shostakovich Duke Ellington Emerson Lake and Palmer Friedrich Nietzsche goodmusicspeaks Guitar Gustav Mahler Herbert von Karajan Jazz john adams John Coltrane John Corigliano La Boheme Labor Day Weekend Leonard Bernstein Leonard Slatkin Louis Armstrong Max Roach Miles Davis minimalism Modest Mussorgsky Mozart Music opera Orchestra Pat Metheny philip glass Piano Podcast Puccini Rachmaninoff Ravel Ray Charles Richard Strauss Richard Wagner Rite of Spring Rock Rock and Roll Ron Carter Samuel Barber Schubert Shakespeare sonata form Star Wars Stravinsky String Quartet symphony Symphony No. 5 Symphony No. 8 Tchaikovsky The Bad Plus The Marriage of Figaro violin concerto Wolfgang Mozart Woody Shaw
Copyright Notice© Rich Brown and Good Music Speaks, 2014-2017. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this blog’s author and/or owner is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Rich Brown and Good Music Speaks with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.
Tag Archives: goodmusicspeaks
The last post delved into some of the issues surrounding the multiple editions of Bruckner’s Symphonies, and the obstacles they imposed on me as a student. It’s high time we got a bit more into the music. There are things … Continue reading
Last month, The Bad Plus released their tenth studio album, Inevitable Western. That first sentence sort of blows my mind. Wasn’t it yesterday I was in the used CD store buying These Are The Vistas? How could this be album … Continue reading
Minimalist Music. Repetitive New-Age Crap. Originally, that was going to be the whole post. Then I thought I could elaborate with something like this: Repetitive New-Age Crap. Repetitive New-Age Crap. Repetitive New-Age Crap. Repetitive New-Age Crap. Repetitive New-Age Crap. Repetitive … Continue reading