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November 2008

Strad Fungus

29 November 2008 // 3 Comments

People tried to reproduce the quality of a Stradivarius violin. Some luthiers have copied the shape of the violins, some used the same wood from the Alps to get the same quality wood for the stringed instruments. Some researchers even try to formulate the [Lanjut...]

Bertempur Melawan Beethoven dan Brahms

27 November 2008 // 0 Comments

Inilah kenyataan yang terjadi. Telah terjadi pertempuran melawan Beethoven, Brahms, Mozart, Schubert, Chopin, Tchaikovsky, Elgar, dan banyak komposer lainnya. Dan pertempuran ini terjadi saat ini, detik ini juga dan tampaknya kita saat ini telah terdesak [Lanjut...]

Hot News, World Best Orchestras

24 November 2008 // 1 Comment

Sebuah berita baru saja masuk di perbendaharaan A Musical Promenade. Majalah musik ternama dunia Gramophone baru saja menelurkan daftar terbarunya mengenai orkestra terbaik di dunia. Orkes yang masuk disini adalah orkes romantik modern, sehingga orkes-orkes [Lanjut...]

Happy Anniversary!

21 November 2008 // 8 Comments

Dear friends, today is the day… This is the first anniversary of this A Musical Promenade blog. It’s been a year since I began writing in this media, maybe it’s also my first time to write for public. And up to this day, this blog is one of [Lanjut...]

Hembusan Angin Segar Masa Kini

20 November 2008 // 5 Comments

Selalu ada kepuasan sendiri apabila kita menyadari bahwa musik masih hidup dan berpijak pada kekinian. Pengalaman seperti ini terasa seperti membasuh muka dengan air dingin yang segar setelah seharian bekerja di terik panasnya hari. Kesan itulah yang [Lanjut...]

Whistling Mozart Away

19 November 2008 // 2 Comments

If you see a soprano sing this aria and nailed it, what a coloratura she really is. But this time is different. World-champion whistler Geert Chatrou performs “Der Hölle Rache” from Mozart’s Magic Flute. Found it via  NYTimes critic Steve [Lanjut...]

Keras, Cepatkah Obsesi Kita?

17 November 2008 // 0 Comments

~ this got me thinking Give them something loud and brassy and you’re assured a standing ovation (although standing ovations are a norm at concerts in Utah and aren’t indicative of the quality of a given performance). Artikel dan tulisan-tulisan [Lanjut...]

Architecture for Music: Carnegie Hall

16 November 2008 // 1 Comment

This is the Sunday Series, a peek of things in the art music world. Music has a close bound with architecture for quite some time. Concert halls and opera houses are also the ones which effects the music and also effected by music. These structures are [Lanjut...]