Grabación de una canción por Carlos Vives, un artista contemporáneo colombiana de música que mezcla el género de vallenato con pop y rock. Por ejemplo, Vives contribuya instrumentos como la guitarra y maracas a los instrumentos tradicionales de vallenato-- el acordeón, la caja, y la guacharaca. La canción, “La Tierra de Olvido,” está una canción de amor que está considerada ser muy representativo de la obra da Vives. | Recording of a song by Carlos Vives, a contemporary Columbian artist of music that mixes the genre of vallenato with pop and rock. For example, Vivies contributes insturments like the guitar and maracas to the tradional instruments of vallenato—the acrodeon, a drum, and the guacharaca. The song, “La Tierra de Olvido,” is a love song that is considered to be very representative of Vives’ work.
This typical string section of a galant/classical orchestra consists of first and second violins, viola, cello and bass. The string section of the orchestra plays an interlude between episodes of a movement. The first violins and violas play moving line in unison punctuated by second violins, cellos, and basses playing in unison.
Sound recording of a quartet coaching on a movement of Tchaikovsky's 3rd string quartet in a rehearsal room at UNCSA. Recorded on an iPhone 5s.
A thirty second recording of piano playing on a Monday afternoon in the Brown Residence common room on East Campus, at Duke University. A track with a main focus on a casual amateur piano improvisation, running parallel to the general noise of a busy, shared, closed college environment. Recorded on an iPhone 5s, which was placed on the right side of the piano player throughout the duration of the recording.
Sound recording of the finale to Duke University’s Ciompi Quartet playing of Schubert’s Quartet in A minor in the Blackwell common room. Recorded on Samsung Galaxy S6