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Amandititita. Carrera profesional[editar] Recibió formación en la Sociedad General de Escritores de México, sus letras se caracterizan por la crónica urbana, la ironía y el ingenio en el lenguaje. Los personajes de sus canciones son arquetipos contemporáneos de la zona metropolitana del Valle de México. Amandititita no toca ningún instrumento, pero compone, canta y rapea. La llamada anarcumbia es una mezcla de cumbia, rock y pop, aunque ella misma no la reconoce como de uno u otro género más que sólo como una fusión. Es cercana, desde el punto de vista artístico, al escritor mexicano Guillermo Fadanelli. Entre las influencias que reconoce se encuentran Jaime López, Cecilia Toussaint, y el grupo tapatío El Personal.

Discografía[editar] Sencillos[editar] Filmografía[editar] 1996 ¿Por qué no me las prestas? Referencias[editar] Enlaces externos[editar] Billions. New Track: Glass Animals – “Pools” Glass Animals premiered a new track, “Pools,” via Dazed. The song will appear on the upcoming album, ZABA, due out June 9th via Wolf Tone. Listen to “Pools” and see Glass Animals on tour. New Track: Pink Mountaintops – “The Second Summer of Love” Pink Mountaintops premiered a new track, “The Second Summer of Love,” via Stereogum. The song will appear on the upcoming album, Get Back, due out April 29th via JagJaguwar. Video: Strand of Oaks – “Goshen ’97″ Strand of Oaks premiered a video for the track, “Goshen ’97,” via The Fader. New Tracks: Owen Pallett – “Julia” and “Tiberius” Owen Pallett released two new tracks, “Julia” and “Tiberius,” via FACT. ‘Once’ Wins at Laurence Olivier Awards The Swell Season‘s Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova, along with arranger Martin Lowe, were awarded the prestigious Autograph Sound Award for Outstanding Achievement in Music at the Laurence Olivier Awards for their work in creating the music and lyrics for the musical Once.

Maude Maggart. Maude Maggart (born February 24, 1975) is an American cabaret singer and recording artist who performs throughout the United States and Europe, but most often in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and New York City.[1][2] Biography[edit] Maggart was born in New York City to Broadway veterans Brandon Maggart and Diane McAfee and is the sister of singer/songwriter Fiona Apple. At the age of twenty, she changed her stage name to Maude after her paternal great-grandmother, Maude Apple.[1] She has been described as a "strikingly beautiful and poised performer," and has been widely praised for her vocal talent, her intelligent, emotional, witty interpretations, as well as for her taste in song selection primarily from the American popular song book featuring the works of Irving Berlin, George Gershwin, Jerome Kern, Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer, Vernon Duke, and Rodgers and Hart.

Discography[edit] Albums[edit] Cabaret shows[edit] Each Maude Maggart show has a theme running through the show. Fado. Fado (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈfaðu], "destiny, fate") is a music genre which can be traced to the 1820s in Portugal, but probably with much earlier origins. Fado historian and scholar Rui Vieira Nery states that "the only reliable information on the history of Fado was orally transmitted and goes back to the 1820s and 1830s at best. But even that information was frequently modified within the generational transmission process that made it reach us today. "[1] In popular belief, fado is a form of music characterized by mournful tunes and lyrics, often about the sea or the life of the poor, and infused with a characteristic sentiment of resignation, fatefulness and melancholia (loosely captured by the word saudade, or "longing").

However, although the origins are difficult to trace, today fado is regarded, by many, as simply a form of song which can be about anything, but must follow a certain structure. Etymology[edit] History[edit] Fado only appeared after 1830 in Lisbon. Philip Glass. Rachel's / matmos. Lhasa de Sela. Pitchfork. Lo-fi music. Lo-fi (from the term "low fidelity") is lower quality of sound recordings than the usual standard for modern music. The qualities of lo-fi are usually achieved by either degrading the quality of the recorded audio, or using certain equipment. Recent uses of the phrase have led to it becoming a genre, although it still remains as an aesthetic in music recording practice.

Many lo-fi artists use inexpensive cassette tape recorders. The term was adopted by WFMU DJ William Berger who dedicated a half hour segment of his program to home recorded music throughout the late '80s under the name lo-fi. Pre-1980s[edit] Lo-fi's roots can be dated as far back as a set of live cylinder recordings created in 1900–04 by Lionel Mapleson from a catwalk 40 ft (12 m) above the stage of the Metropolitan Opera. 1980s onwards[edit] Pavement singer/guitarist and lo-fi music innovator Steve Malkmus Recife Lo-fi compilation with brazilian artists.

Digital lo-fi[edit] See also[edit] References[edit] External links[edit] LCD Soundsystem. On February 5, 2011, a statement was posted on the band's website that announced its disbandment following a farewell concert, which took place on April 2, 2011, at Madison Square Garden.[1] The farewell concert is chronicled in the documentary film Shut Up and Play the Hits.

Their last televised performance was on February 14, 2011 on The Colbert Report.[2] History[edit] Early singles and self-titled album (2002–2005)[edit] On December 8, 2005 the group received nominations for two Grammy awards in the Electronica category for their self-titled album and in the Dance category for "Daft Punk Is Playing at My House. "[6] This album was also chosen as No. 94 of Amazon.com's "Top 100 Editor's Picks" of 2005.[7] 45:33 and Sound of Silver (2006–2008)[edit] This Is Happening (2009–2011)[edit] On February 23, 2010, the official LCD Soundsystem website announced that the album had been completed. Post break-up (2011–present)[edit] Band members[edit] Discography[edit] Studio albums Award nominations[edit] Diamanda Galás: The Politics of Disquiet. Violeta Parra. Violeta del Carmen Parra Sandoval (4 October 1917 – 5 February 1967) was a Chilean composer, songwriter, folklorist, ethnomusicologist and visual artist.

She set the basis for "Chilean' New Song", the Nueva canción chilena, a renewal and a reinvention of Chilean folk music which would absorb and extend its influence far beyond Chile. In 2011 Andrés Wood directed a biopic about her, titled Violeta Went to Heaven. Biography[edit] Violeta Parra was a member of the prolific Parra family. Among her brothers were the notable modern poet, better known as the "anti-poet", Nicanor Parra and fellow folklorist Roberto Parra. In 1967 Violeta Parra committed suicide[1] by a gunshot to her head.[2] She had previously been romantically involved with Swiss flautist Gilbert Favre. Gracias a la vida[edit] Her most renowned song, Gracias a la Vida (Thanks to Life), was popularized throughout Latin America by Mercedes Sosa, in Brazil by Elis Regina and later in the US by Joan Baez.

Thank you life. Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da. Writing[edit] Paul McCartney wrote the song around the time that highlife and reggae were beginning to become popular in Britain. The starting lyric: – "Desmond has a barrow in the market-place" was a reference to the first internationally-renowned Jamaican ska and reggae performer Desmond Dekker who had just had a successful tour of the UK.[3] The tag line "ob-la-di, ob-la-da, life goes on, bra" was an expression used by Nigerian conga player Jimmy Scott-Emuakpor, an acquaintance of McCartney.[4] The song is in the key of B flat and written in 4/4.

The alternative version on Anthology 3 is in the key of A major. Recording[edit] During May 1968, the Beatles gathered at George Harrison's Esher home, in Surrey, to record demos for their upcoming project. According to studio engineer Geoff Emerick, John Lennon "openly and vocally detested" the song, calling it Paul's "granny music shit". The intro of this song is heard on the Beatles' 1968 Christmas Record. Releases and live performances[edit] Emergency Broadcast Network. Emergency Broadcast Network is the name of a multimedia performance group formed in 1991 that took its name from the Emergency Broadcast System.

The founders were Rhode Island School of Design graduates Joshua Pearson, Gardner Post and Brian Kane (author of the Vujak VJ software). Kane left EBN in 1992. The EBN Live Team included DJ Ron O'Donnell, video artist/technologist Greg Deocampo (founder of Company of Science and Art (CoSA), and founding CTO of IFilm.com), artist/designer Tracy Brown, and programmer/technologist Mark Marinello.

The album Telecommunication Breakdown, released in 1995, was one of the first Enhanced CDs ever produced, and contained contributions from Bill Laswell, Institute of Technology, Grandmaster Melle Mel, Brian Eno, and Jack Dangers. Josh Pearson, EBN's charismatic front man and principal performance artist, was also EBN's music composer and main video editor. External links[edit] Interviews[edit] Herbert von Karajan. Herbert von Karajan in 1938 Herbert von Karajan (German pronunciation: [ˈhɛɐbɛɐt fɔn ˈkaʁaˌjan]; born Heribert, Ritter von Karajan; 5 April 1908 – 16 July 1989) was an Austrian conductor.

He was principal conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic for 35 years. He is generally regarded as one of the greatest conductors of the 20th century, and he was a dominant figure in European classical music from the 1960s until his death.[1] Part of the reason for this was the large number of recordings he made and their prominence during his lifetime. By one estimate he was the top-selling classical music recording artist of all time, having sold an estimated 200 million records.[2] Biography[edit] Genealogy[edit] Early years[edit] Herbert von Karajan's parents, Ernst and Marta (née Kosmač) In Salzburg in 1934, Karajan led the Vienna Philharmonic for the first time, and from 1934 to 1941, he was engaged to conduct operatic and symphony-orchestra concerts at the Theater Aachen.

Postwar years[edit] Juana Molina. Juana Molina (born in Buenos Aires, Argentina) is a singer-songwriter and an actress. Biography[edit] Following the 1976 Argentine coup d'état, her mother fled the country and lived in exile in Paris for five years. She grew up in a musical environment, her famous tango-singing father Horacio Molina taught her guitar from the age of six. Juana Molina started her career in 1988 as a comedic television actress in Argentina on the show La Noticia Rebelde. She later starred in Juana y sus hermanas, a hit sketch show across the Spanish-speaking world, for which she remains widely known in Latin America.

In 1996, she gave up her successful comedy career in order to devote herself to her music. The lyrics on her albums are sung in her native Rioplatense Spanish, except "The Wrong Song," from Segundo which is in English, and "Insensible," from Tres Cosas, which is in French. In 2007 she performed the vocals for the song "Seal" by The Chemical Brothers. Discography[edit] References[edit] Antonio Vivaldi. Antonio Vivaldi in 1725 Many of his compositions were written for the female music ensemble of the Ospedale della Pietà, a home for abandoned children where Vivaldi had been employed from 1703 to 1715 and from 1723 to 1740. Vivaldi also had some success with stagings of his operas in Venice, Mantua and Vienna. After meeting the Emperor Charles VI, Vivaldi moved to Vienna, hoping for preferment. However, the Emperor died soon after Vivaldi's arrival and Vivaldi himself died less than a year later. Though Vivaldi's music was well received during his lifetime, it later declined in popularity until its vigorous revival in the first half of the 20th century.

Life[edit] Childhood[edit] Antonio Lucio Vivaldi was born in 1678 in Venice,[2] then the capital of the Republic of Venice. The president of the Sovvegno was Giovanni Legrenzi, an early Baroque composer and the maestro di cappella at St Mark's Basilica. At the Conservatorio dell'Ospedale della Pietà[edit] Opera impresario[edit] Laibach (band) Laibach was formed on June 1, 1980 in Trbovlje, a mining-industry town, taking the German language version of the name for the city of Ljubljana, used during the period when it was a part of the Habsburg Monarchy and the World War II occupation of Yugoslavia.[1] At the time, the group collaborated with art groups Irwin (painting) and Rdeči Pilot (theatre).[1] Since its formation, the group had been preparing their first multimedia project "Rdeči revirji" ("Red District"), aiming to provoke the current political structures in Trbovlje.[1] The performance was banned before its opening due to its "improper and irresponsible" usage of Malevich's black crosses as symbols on the posters, causing a lot of negative reaction in the media and public.[1] The group's visual style at this earliest stage focused mainly on mining iconography, but in time, they included other symbols as well: Triglav, deer horns and the Malevich's black cross rounded with a gear.[1] LAIBACH Press Photo 1983.

List of compositions by Philip Glass. The following is a list of compositions by Philip Glass. For a description of these works, please see the associated pages and the Philip Glass page. Works for the Philip Glass Ensemble[edit] 600 Lines (1967)How Now for ensemble (also for piano, 1968)Music in Fifths (1969)Music in Similar Motion (1969)Music with Changing Parts (1970, recorded 1973)Music in Twelve Parts (1971–1974)Another Look at Harmony, Parts I and II (1975)North Star (1977)Dance (Dance 1, 3 and 5, 1979, with Lucinda Childs and Sol LeWitt)Glassworks (1982)A Descent Into the Maelstrom (based on the short story by Edgar Allan Poe, 1986)Orion (2004)Los Paisajes del Rio (2008) Operas[edit] Chamber operas, music theatre[edit] Works for solo piano or electric organ[edit] Works for solo piano, arranged by others from various sources[edit] Works for two or more pianos[edit] String quartets[edit] Chamber music (other than string quartets)[edit] Chamber music (other than string quartets), arranged by others[edit]

Grateful Dead. The Grateful Dead was an American rock band formed in 1965 in Palo Alto, California.[1][2] The band was known for its unique and eclectic style, which fused elements of rock, folk, bluegrass, blues, reggae, country, improvisational jazz, psychedelia, and space rock,[3][4] and for live performances of long musical improvisation.[5][6] "Their music," writes Lenny Kaye, "touches on ground that most other groups don't even know exists. "[7] These various influences were distilled into a diverse and psychedelic whole that made the Grateful Dead "the pioneering Godfathers of the jam band world".[8] They were ranked 57th in the issue The Greatest Artists of all Time by Rolling Stone magazine.[9] They were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1994[10] and their Barton Hall Concert at Cornell University (May 8, 1977) was added to the Library of Congress's National Recording Registry.[11] The Grateful Dead have sold more than 35 million albums worldwide.

Formation (1965–1966)[edit] Maude Maggart sings "Superstar" at the Gardenia open mic. John lennon phil norman. Emergency Broadcast Network | Música gratuita, fechas de tour, fotografías, videos. Juana Molina - Sitio Oficial / Official Site. Diamanda Galás. RIP Jason Noble 1971-2012. Oscar Chávez Discografía MU Mx. RED DE APOYO A JOSE CRUZ. Al Di Meola. Bob Marley. Jazz article: “Chicago Underground Duo: Two Voices, One Sound” by Paul Olson. Los quince grandes. Los doce grandes. Portishead (band) Lhasa de Sela. Jean Michel Jarre. Groove Armada. Martirio (cantante) El barítono de Argel. ♫ Free sheet music : Leontovich, Mykola - Ring Christmas bells (Choral SATB a cappella) 仕事探しでなりたい自分になる−総合情報ページ− Martirio. DJ Shadow. Manu Chao. Frank Zappa. Vangelis.

Jean-Jacques Perrey. The Clash. Isotope 217. Chicago Underground Duo. JOHN LEE HOOKER - Blues Music Artists - Corporate Event Booking Agent. Mano Negra. Audio AB - sidan saknas. Uakti (band) Javier Corcobado. Jam session. Tricky. Radiohead. The Allman Brothers Band. Madeleine Peyroux. Manu Chao. La obra de Jaime López. Eclectic Method. Rob Mazurek. Maja Solveig Kjelstrup Ratkje. Nuevo / Kronos Quartet. Zero 7. Télépopmusik. BlueMonk Moods | Archives. Page. Pentagrama.com.mx - La Alternativa Musical en México - Los Hermanos Rincón. Kruder & Dorfmeister. Tiger Lillies. Hallan-partituras-desconocidas-de-mozart-en-francia. Godspeed You! Black Emperor. Yoshihide Ōtomo. Perico el Payaso Loco - perico - payaso - infantil - loco - teatro - circo - cómico - mimo - baterista - excentrico - improvisar - rimar - jugar - cabula - dicharachero - albur - mexicano - risa - alegría - familia - adultos - show - espectáculos - juguet.

Chicago Underground Trio. King Crimson. Yonderboi. Mplete Mozart Edition: Amazon.co.uk: Classical. NL -> Glenn Gould: The Complete Original Jacket Collection (2007) (pg.1) Bienvenidos a Tambuco, Ensamble de Percusiones. Dead Air Space. Grand Funk Railroad. Led Zeppelin. Ba-k. Pink Floyd. Trent Reznor. John Coltrane. Resultados de búsqueda - Ba-k. Thievery Corporation. Bob Dylan - Expecting Rain.

Tom Waits discography. Descubren partitura, de Mozart, del tamaño de “una hoja de cuaderno” - La Jornada. "El Jardín de las Delicias" - MCC Música y ContraCultura 1983. "mcc musica y contracultura" S L O W L Y D O W N W A R D. Prince.org: where fans of Prince music meet and stay up-to-date. Syd Barrett.