This episode of YourClassical Adventures explores the music that was inspired by change — such as moving or living under quarantine — with works by Debussy, Beethoven and Glass.
When is the best time to be loud? How do musicians know when to play loud? Learn about “forte” and how it helps musicians know when to play loud or soft in the latest episode of YourClassical Adventures.
A carnival is similar to a circus or parade and brings people together to celebrate culture and community. In this episode of YourClassical Adventures, we listen to classical music inspired by carnivals from around the world.
Water is a special and important part of life on our planet. Of course, we need water to live, but we also rely on water to enjoy the life we live. Listen as host Melanie Renate shares some music that brings to mind water and waves.
The Mandolin can be found in everything from Classical Music to Bluegrass. In this episode of YourClassical Adventures, host Liz Lyon introduces you to the examples of the mandolin used in classical music.
Did you know that there are many pieces of classical music written specifically to inspire dancing? What type of music makes you want to boogie? In this episode of YourClassical Adventures, we learn will about dances such as the waltz, tango, and ballet.
Can you feel your heartbeat? It’s your pulse. Music has a pulse, too. It’s called rhythm. In this episode of YourClassical Adventures, we explore the musical concept of rhythm.
The percussion instrument family is massive. In a previous episode we shared pieces of music featuring a few different percussion instruments including the xylophone. Did you know that the xylophone has siblings? In this episode of YourClassical Adventures, we’ll meet more mallet instruments within the percussion family.
The warmth and sunshine of summer can be reason enough to celebrate. Fireworks have been used in many cultures for hundreds of years as a way to celebrate. In this episode of YourClassical Adventures, we listen to music inspired by fireworks.