This week, it's our goal to list some of the most famous self-taught, i.e. autodidact composers! That is, composers who just know things by instinct.
You might think you've never seen or heard mechanical musical instruments in action. Fortunately, this is very likely not the case.
Just getting started with music theory? If so, there are probably a few things you want to know. Today, we're answering some common music theory questions.
How do deaf people experience music? Are they able to enjoy music the same way hearing people do? It's time we found out in this week's article.
There is a lot more to music than what we tend to think about. So, let’s take a look at some music from other parts of the world, namely non-Western music.
Would you say you are tone deaf? Tone deafness, or amusia, can be acquired if the brain is damaged. You can also be born with it.
Many musicians wish they had it. Some musicians who do have it wish they didn’t. What are we talking about? Perfect pitch, of course!
Our personal selection of beautiful modern music will make sure you are ready for the next rainy, relaxing day. Check it out!
If you ask anyone what Arnold Schoenberg is famous for, they will mention twelve-tone music. But what is twelve-tone and why did it make him so famous?
Some composers are more fun than others. These are usually the ones that dared to think outside the music box. Arnold Schoenberg is one of them.