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Music Magazine iClassical 2022 2nd quarter

May 2022 Compare & Choose for Violin, Cello, and Piano Violin | Mendelssohn Violin Concerto No. 1: two opposite directions Suppose you're asked if your interpretation would be more interesting if you apply that particular attitude of being "slightly late." Sure,...

Trumpet Challenge Winners

Trumpet Challenge 2022 Meet the Winners Michael Pietsch-Reter Who is Michael? "My name is Michael Pietsch-Rether, I have studied trumpet in Washington DC (Steve Hendrickson) and Dresden ( Ludwig Güttler), now I am teaching Trumpet at the Musikschule in Neuenbürg in...

Music Magazine iClassical 2022 1st quarter

1st quarter 2022 March 2022 Featured Latests Course | Music & Career | Self-Management for Musicians Instructor Irma de Jong Language English Updates of course Social media platforms change all the time. Irma made some essential updates to the use of Facebook,...
Trumpet Challenge Winners

Trumpet Challenge Winners

Trumpet Challenge 2022 Meet the Winners Michael Pietsch-Reter Who is Michael? "My name is Michael Pietsch-Rether, I have studied trumpet in Washington DC (Steve Hendrickson) and Dresden ( Ludwig Güttler), now I am teaching Trumpet at the Musikschule in Neuenbürg in...

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Music Magazines iClassical 2021

Music Magazines iClassical 2021

December 2021 New Cello Shostakovich Masterclass I Piano Collection Mozart and Beethoven I Sound Espressivo Presentation ♠ How to decide the "economy of the bow". Peter Szabo on Shostakovich Cello Concerto No. 1 ♥Three New Piano Masterclasses on Mozart and Beethoven...

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Post for Questions

SUBJECT TITLE Subject Subtitle Text INTRO Regular TEXT Example "Our team is comprised of exceptional individuals who share a common vision, passion, and determination for success. Together, we have created a unique environment where talented musicians from around the...

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The Strange Link Between Chess and Music

The Strange Link Between Chess and Music

The Strange Link Between Chess and Music by Abroo Murtaza ‘Is there a real connection between music and chess?` A question that often confuses people! Many research studies have been done to find an appropriate answer to it, and all have varying conclusions. Some...

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15 Steps to Soundproofing A Room

15 Steps to Soundproofing A Room

15 Steps to Soundproofing A Room by Annika Wells Whether it’s the squealing garbage trucks, blaring car stereos, or the general buzz of foot traffic outside your window, the noise of the city can be draining. and for getting rid of that, you want to have a soundproof...

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Music Magazines iClassical 2020

Music Magazines iClassical 2020

December 2020 Feel at Home at iClassical! Three new masterclasses for Violin, Cello, and Piano; three new Dakapp/Naxos Collections for violin and piano; two blog posts about Stage Fright and the Kreutzer Sonatas. Next year we go to Tango! We will celebrate Piazzolla's...

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Social Media for Musicians and Artists

Social Media for Musicians and Artists

Social Media for Musicians and Artists by Massimo Poti After a degree in Communication Science in a time so far away there were no blogs and no smartphones yet - yes, that was quite a long time ago! - I’ve always worked as a communications consultant specialising in...

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Questions & Answers

Questions & Answers

Questions & Answers Everything you want to know about iClassical Academy Collections Q. What are the collections exactly? A. 100+ Masterclasses from the Dakapp/Naxos Catalogue, taught by famous musicians such as Leonidas Kavakos, Natalia Lomeiko, Ning Feng, Andras...

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Daily routine of a musician

Daily routine of a musician

Daily routine of a musician with cellist and musiMentor Fulvia Mancini   What is the interaction between the practice of the musical instrument and the techniques of yoga and visual and vocal techniques? How can it help you develop more confidence in...

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CHOPIN ETUDE NO. 3, OP. 10

CHOPIN ETUDE NO. 3, OP. 10

CHOPIN ETUDE NO. 3, OP. 10 CORNERSTONE LESSON CHOPIN Chopin was one of the few composers who considered the Etude as an original composition, not only a piece to develop concepts and technique, so he wrote his 24 etudes also to have the player enjoying the piece...

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ASLICO THE OLDEST EUROPEAN OPERA CONTEST

ASLICO THE OLDEST EUROPEAN OPERA CONTEST

LA BELLA ITALIA AND ITS LYRICAL PATRIMONIUM ASLICO THE OLDEST OPERA CONTEST OF EUROPE Italy is known as the cradle of Opera and Lyrical singing. No wonder that its famous for hosting so many important and known singing contests. The history of the Eurovision Song...

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musiXange: Free Musical Services

musiXange: Free Musical Services

musiXange: Free Musical Services As a European organization that wants to teach the world classical music, we have to begin with content that is accessible by anyone, for free. This helps our members understand what iClassical Academy is and what we do. After all, our...

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BEETHOVEN PIANO SONATA NO. 23 APPASSIONATA

BEETHOVEN PIANO SONATA NO. 23 APPASSIONATA

BEETHOVEN SONATA NO. 23, OP.57, APPASSIONATA CORNERSTONE LESSON BEETHOVEN The composer himself described this composition Appassionata as one of the best he ever wrote, and it is no doubt the most celebrated of Beethoven’s piano sonatas; the 1st movement, reporting...

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RAVEL TZIGANE

RAVEL TZIGANE

RAVEL TZIGANE CORNERSTONE LESSON RAVEL Professor Hagai Shaham explains the many topics of this genial composition, showing the parts which mostly express the typical Hungarian romantic style. He teaches how to achieve the proper expression of the piece, which is very...

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Why Classical Music Still Matters

Why Classical Music Still Matters

Why Classical Music Still Matters In an age of music where songwriters publish questionable lyrical subjects, heavy four-on-the-floor kick drums and sub woofers can be heard in traffic three hundred meters away, and where music videos feed the...

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Privacy Policy /Terms & Conditions

  In short the most important topics about data use   What data does iClassical Academy collect and store? Only as a member, we ask for your personal data. We ask your name, email address and you have the optional choice to fill in which instrument you play...

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