From Botticelli to Respighi

Italian painter Sandro Botticelli, nicknamed the "Little Barrel", succeeded in making a sound with his paintings in the second half of the fifteenth century and when he was only twenty-five.

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Alban Berg's Truth

In the past, when different interdisciplinary exchanges were seen, music played an important role in the sustainability of myths, as well as culture, like novels. Some…

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Free Voices

Wassily Kandinsky, perhaps one of Moscow's most prominent artists, left his mark on the 20th century. His works made quite a splash, yes, but they cannot be denied…

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Musical Silence

Have you ever thought that the noise is an indicator of order? How can a noise create a pattern? We even call…

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Brandenburg Concertos

JS Bach will undoubtedly be one of the first names that come to mind when the first letter of the Baroque period is out of the mouth. The inevitability of being caught in the magnificence of his works, besides the mind…

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Britten In The Big Picture

Religion, sexual preferences, and different opinions and perspectives should not alienate people, but rather unite them. Differences make us human. Benjamin Britten -who was…

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Vaughan's Lark

Ralph Vaughan Williams, an English composer and musician who lived between 1872-1958 and whose works have reached today. Music whose names have become quite famous from an early age…

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Chabrier's Reflection

Emmanuel Chabrier, whose life styles are likened to Hector Berlioz and who started his life as a law student and continued as a composer years later,…

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Boulez's Mallarmé

After the Second World War, when the leading names of dodecaphonic music died not with their works and thoughts, but only with their bodies, the new generation...

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Webern in the Footsteps of Goethe

The artist tries to prove that he is in this world, even if he isolates himself from the world. It is the intention to tell; the purpose of being understood. Single…

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Pastoral Symphony Nature

French anthropologist and ethnologist Claude Lévi-Strauss thinks that music and myths have a common structure; while music represents the sound aspect of language, myths…

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