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- -: TEDxBigApple - ETHEL - Mark Stewart's 'To Whom It May Concern, Thank You'

March 2, 2012 (over 5 years ago)

ETHEL was TEDxBigApple's house band/entertainment co-curator. Acclaimed as America's premier postclassical string quartet, ETHEL invigorates contemporary concert music with refreshing exuberance, fierce intensity, imaginative programming and exceptional artistry. Boldly exploring new synergies be...

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Source: TEDx

- -: Jakob Trollback: Rethinking the music video

April 4, 2008 (over 9 years ago)

http://www.ted.com What would a music video look like if it were purely directed by the music? Not driven by a concept, nor by a desire to build an image, but purely as an expression of a great song? Designer Jakob Trollback shares the results of his experiment in the form. The song is "Moonligh...

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- -: David Byrne: How architecture helped music evolve

June 11, 2010 (about 7 years ago)

http://www.ted.com As his career grew, David Byrne went from playing CBGB to Carnegie Hall. He asks: Does the venue make the music? From outdoor drumming to Wagnerian operas to arena rock, he explores how context has pushed musical innovation. TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks ...

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- -: David Byrne sings "(Nothing But) Flowers"

October 22, 2010 (over 6 years ago)

http://www.ted.com David Byrne sings the Talking Heads' 1988 hit, "(Nothing But) Flowers." He's accompanied by Thomas Dolby and string quartet Ethel, who made up the TED2010 house band. TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world'...

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David Byrne: How Architecture Helped Music Evolve

February 1, 2010 (over 7 years ago)

David Byrne explores music in different venues and realizes how music was made for some places to sound perfect, thus the evolution of the art of sound.

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Source: TED

Jakob Trollback: Rethinking the Music Video

March 1, 2007 (over 10 years ago)

In this demo, Designer Jakob Trollback shares with us the music video that he made. This is an experiment he did in trying to reinvent the music video into a form that makes the music itself be the focus - it's not your typical MTV concept.

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Source: TED

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