Diary of a composer by Matthias Kadar – video 3 – the opinion of “very” young students about the Cello Concert composition
Welcome to the new episode of Matthias’ diary about his composition making. Matthias Kadar is the author for Cicerone of a beautiful composition interactive course. He’s now writing a Cello Concerto and once again he offers to our readers a new perspective: this time he interviewed two of his youngest students, who were asked about their envision of how such a complex composition should sound. What could you expect? Uncertainty? Too easy thoughts? Childish ignorance or spontaneity? Continue reading COMPOSITION MAKING – through the eyes of a child
Originally posted 2017-06-16 20:09:46.
Matthias Kadar’s “Diary of a composer” – video 2 – the railroad of inspiration
Welcome to the 2nd episode of Matthias’s composition making diary. Today he’s on the train, thinking, writing and building the main themes of his Cello concerto. Matthias is a very successful composer, singer, and songwriter, (author for Cicerone of a beautiful composition interactive course), and now he has a new challenge, with his Cello concerto composition. The train, for Matthias, is an inspiring environment, Continue reading COMPOSITION MAKING – episode 2 – reflections from the train
Originally posted 2017-05-16 14:50:33.
Matthias Kadar’s “Diary of a composer”, with his adventure into a new composition making – step by step monitoring – video 1
Here starts a new exclusive series from Cicerone Music & Art. As many know, Matthias is one of our authors for interactive courses (see his composition interactive course), and he’s also a composer, singer and songwriter. Some time ago he received a commission to compose a Cello Concerto, and he himself had the idea Continue reading COMPOSITION MAKING – episode 1 – the first sounds
Originally posted 2017-05-09 14:56:08.
Matthias Kadar about the French Brassens’ folk song – satiric and funny (video)
Matthias Kadar is a Hungarian/German composer. He’s the author of Cicerone Music & Art’s interactive course for Composition. As a young musician, he found in the French folk song his idle way to approach social urban themes, and George Brassens was especially inspiring this way to communicate through music directly to people. In this article, Matthias talks about the music but also about his past as a street performer. So we asked him to make a video masterclass about “Le Roi Boiteux”, Continue reading Cicerone Take Away Lesson: BRASSENS’ folk song – “Le Roi Boiteux”
Originally posted 2017-04-04 18:00:51.