Ottoman music - Video
A classical Turkish piece composed by Sehzade (Prince) Korkut (1467 - 1513), son of Bayezid II and the elder brother of Selim I. He was a poet, instrumentali...
Cuban music history
The music of Cuba, including its instruments, performance and dance, comprises a large set of unique traditions influenced mostly by west African and European (especially Spanish) music. Due to the sy...
Ottoman music
Classical Turkish music (Turkish: Türk sanat müziği, "Turkish art music"; or Klasik Türk müziği, "Classical Turkish music") developed in Istanbul and other major Ottoman cities and towns through t...
Società Italiana di Musica Moderna
The Società Italiana di Musica Moderna (Italian: Italian Society for Modern Music), an organization founded in 1917 by Alfredo Casella, Gian Francesco Malipiero, and Gabriele D’Annunzio. The organiza...
Development of Carnatic music
Karnataka is a state of India with a long tradition of innovation in the fields of both Carnatic and Hindustani classical music.Basaveshwara, King of Kalyana, leader of the Bhakti movement and Prime M...
Patricio Ballagas
Patricio Balagas Palacio (Camagüey, 17 March 1879 – Havana, 15 February 1920) was an important innovator in trova music. His compositions were written in 4/4 time when most others were composing...
Patricio Ballagas - Wikipedia
Raimundo Valenzuela
Raimundo Valenzuela de Leon (23 January 1848 in San Antonio de los Baños – 27 April 1905 in Havana) was a leading Cuban trombonist, composer and bandleader.
Valenzuela studied music under hi...
Raimundo Valenzuela - Wikipedia
Robert Sandall
Robert Sandall (9 June 1952 – 20 July 2010) was a British musician, music journalist and radio presenter. He was best known for presenting, with Mark Russell, BBC Radio 3's Mixing It programme f...
Robert Sandall - Wikipedia
Chorale monody
In music, a chorale monody was a type of a sacred composition of the very early German Baroque era. It was for solo voice and accompanying instruments, usually basso continuo, and was closely related...
Timeline of Chinese music
This is a timeline that show the development of Chinese music by genre and region. It covers the historic China as well as the geographic areas of Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau.
Frottola
The frottola (plural frottole) was the predominant type of Italian popular, secular song of the late fifteenth and early sixteenth century. It was the most important and widespread predecessor to the...
Frottola - Wikipedia
Serbian traditional music
Back through the centuries, the Serbian people have sung in all circumstances, especially while doing farm work. Songs were created from peoples' souls, traveling from throat to throat, heart to heart...
Music in ancient India
Music in ancient India, encompassing the modern-day Indian subcontinent of India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh, can be reproduced from written works dating to the Indian classical period, such as the Nāty...
Music in ancient India - Wikipedia
1970 radio ban
The Australian 1970 Radio Ban or 1970 Record Ban was a "pay for play" dispute in the local music industry that lasted from May till October. During this period, a simmering disagreement between commer...