Adagio Albinoni is a truly enchanting piece of music. The melody as if touches the hidden strings of the human soul, is remembered for a long time and then, it seems, sounds inside. At first, no one doubted that the author of “Adagio in G Minor for String Orchestras and Organ” was precisely Tomaso Albinoni. However, musicologists today almost with absolute certainty declare: in fact, a completely different person created the ingenious music.
In 1671, in Venice, in a rather wealthy family of a merchant and patrician Antonio, a boy named Tomaso was born. It is unlikely that the parents then assumed that their son would become a famous composer, and a few centuries after his death he would become famous throughout the world. Continue reading
Why might you need to record music, song, voice, sound in good quality at home?
The reasons can be fundamentally different, from a simple desire to perpetuate a memorable event or a child’s voice in sound to recording a decent quality demo video of a song.
Sound can be recorded simply on the voice recorder in the phone, but you will know what the recording will be.
Technology development is in full swing. And speaking of the availability of sound recordings, it should be noted that you and I are lucky in this regard in this century. In fact, the field for musical creativity at home over the past 10 years has expanded significantly. So much so that, having an ordinary average computer, a professional or semi-professional sound card, a decent microphone, monitors, a small mixer and headphones, programs and time, you can begin to master digital sound recording. Continue reading
In the XVII century, a thematic or story picture was attributed to the high genre (grand genre) and called the genre.
The high genre included: allegorical, battle, epic, household, historical, mythological and religious genres.
In recent years, in Russia the concept of thematic picture is increasingly replaced by the term figurative.
Figurative began to be called not only the plot composition, but all the works, which depict human figures.
Figurative painting in the allegorical genre Allegorical genre (from Greek. allegoria-allegory) – a genre of fine art, in which a work of art is laid hidden and secret meaning. In this genre, ideas that are difficult to depict (for example, goodness, strength, power, justice, love, etc.) are shown allegorically through images of living beings, animals or human figures with attributes that historically have a symbolic, easy-to-read meaning. Continue reading