thenob:

Hello everyone,

Today I want to share with you a little more of the baroque music. I decides I would post some of Georg Telemann with this trumpet concert. In that time he was one of the composers that introduced the term “concerto grosso” even though he didn’t know he was making a new music form.

I find Telemann very rich in his mixtures of styles during his composings. I like that he never followed a trend even though it was very important to be classified in that matter.

So let’s enjoy Georg Philipp Telemann with “Trumpet Concerto in D major”

Juan Manuel OROZCO

"The poor and the underclass are growing. Racial justice and human rights are non-existent. They have created a repressive society and we are their unwitting accomplices." - They Live (1988)

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Karl Marx (top) and Friedrich Engels (bottom)

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The Central Themes of Maturity

Acrylic on antique anatomy litographic print

2014

thenob:

Hello everybody, today is my first day of posting on theNOB and I’m really excited to begin this new experience with all of you. 

Here in Guatemala, we only have two weather seasons, summer and winter. Therefore, listening to all “four seasons” of all composers make me want to have all of them here. Let’s say here in Guatemala October it’s the beggining of the winter and we have lots of windy great twilights.. So, yesterday I was listening to Vivaldi and agreeing with Melinda that this kind of weather is baroque music worthy. 

Enjoy. Juan Manuel Orozco 

Today I start posting some music in theNOB blog. Check it out. :D