The Music of Black Panther - Black Panther had so much music that it resulted in two soundtrack albums. We’ve selected examples from the Original Score and The Album—Music From and Inspired By. Louis Jordan - He was known as “The King of the Jukebox,” an R&B pioneer who many historians credit him as the bridge between swing and rock and roll. Watch Louis Jordan in action… Listening List: March 2018 - Listen to the podcast and stream all 10 selections from the March 2018 edition of the Listening List. Articulation - This month’s techniques feature is on articulations—the different ways we can attack each note. In addition to the usual audio examples, we’ve posted some videos demonstrating a number of different articulations. Marching 2018 - Want to learn more about marching music? Check out these organizations!
K-Pop Rocks! - Check out some of the artists we profiled in the February 2018 issue of In Tune. These groups are known as much for their visual style as for their music. College 18 - In this bonus feature from In Tune’s February 2018 Best Music Schools feature, undergraduates tell us how they adjusted to their first year of college—both academically and socially. You can find advice from administrators and instructors here.
Awesome Aussies - From rock to country to pop, Australasian artists have played a major role in American music. Icon: Talking Heads - ’80s new wave group Talking Heads brought new life to pop and alternative rock with their inventive blend of afrobeat, electro, funk, and pop. It’s All About Bass - Listen to pieces and solos featuring bass-range instruments from all the instrument
A Minor Reinvention - Harmonic, melodic, and jazz minor scales provide a variety of musical flavors. Petty Chords - All you need to play Tom Petty’s “Free Fallin'” is right here.
- La Stupenda - Joan Sutherland was one of the greatest operatic sopranos of the 20th century.
- Influences: St. Vincent ⇠ Gilbert & Sullivan - From alt-rock to operetta in four songs.
- Jonathan Stein’s Beatmaking Process - In our December 2017 Write Stuff column, we looked at how electronic musician Jonathan Stein constructs a composition.
- The In Tune Students and Teachers Songwriting Competition - Presented by Sennheiser, Masterwriter and Noteflight
- Trane Film Has Arrived - The “Trane” being saxophonist John Coltrane, of course.
- Victor Wooten Pushes Pedals - A great bassist experiments with sound.
One Direction, percussion instruments, Charlie Puth and Wiz Khalifa’s “See You Again,” Run-D.M.C., Kesha, quiet storm, the In Tune Listening List, and more!