Singing the Primal Mystery
Claron McFadden

Claron McFadden shows the primal and fascinating variations of the human voice through a piece composed by John Cage.

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Claron McFadden: Singing the Primal Mystery

November 1, 2010 (over 9 years ago)

Claron McFadden shows the primal and fascinating variations of the human voice through a piece composed by John Cage.

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Source: TED

Eric Whitacre: A Virtual Choir 2,000 Voices Strong

March 1, 2011 (almost 9 years ago)

Eric Whitacre creates a virtual choir from Youtube videos of over two thousand people singing a piece from his music composition.

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Benjamin Zander: Benjamin Zander on Music and Passion

February 1, 2008 (about 12 years ago)

Benjamin Zander, Conductor of the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra and multi-Grammy nominee, imparts his passion, conviction and vision about classical music to the crowd in this funny yet poignant talk.

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Robert Gupta: Music is Medicine, Music is Sanity

February 1, 2010 (about 10 years ago)

Robert Gupta shares a story of a schizophreneic Julliard musician who lost everything due to his mental condition and found everything once again through the magic of music.

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Evelyn Glennie: How to Listen

February 1, 2003 (about 17 years ago)

Evelyn Glennie shows her genius as a musician at the same time shares her insights on how to truly listen not just with the ears but with the entirety of being.

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David Byrne: How Architecture Helped Music Evolve

February 1, 2010 (about 10 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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Andrew Bird: One-Man Orchestra of the Imagination

February 1, 2010 (about 10 years ago)

Andrew Bird includes science and emotion in his amazing one-man performances.

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