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Lorsque j'ai entrepris de choisir un instrument pour ce projet, il me paraissait absolument nécessaire et primordial que ce dernier dégage en moi un sentiment profond autre que la curiosité et le p...
Collection: Staying in Tune: Chordophones
Creator: CHIN
A guided listening activity for Gary Kulesha's The Boughs of Music
Collection: NAC Canadian Orchestral Composers: From Words to Music
Creator: National Arts Centre
A learning activity for Violet Archer's Prelude-Incantation.
Collection: NAC Canadian Orchestral Composers: From Words to Music
Creator: National Arts Centre
A brief overview of the realities that affected the survivors of the war and the difficulties that they faced.
Collection: Open Hearts, Closed Doors - Themes
Creator: RCIP-CHIN
"Zongorã" is the name given to the guitar in the villages in northern Transylvania (Maramures, Oas). It seems that the instrument, which probably existed to play the "serious" music of the local ar...
Collection: Staying in Tune: Chordophones
Creator: CHIN
A guided listening activity for Exquisite Fires by Linda Bouchard.
Collection: NAC Canadian Orchestral Composers: From Words to Music
Creator: National Arts Centre
As you can image, the hurdy-gurdy is not the simplest instrument in the world. To play it you have to turn the crank attached to a cylinder inside the instrument that turns on an axle. The cylinder...
Collection: Staying in Tune: Chordophones
Creator: CHIN
The sinbi is a traditional instrument of the Mandé. Its history is related to hunting. Manby, a native hunter from Seriya was the first human to play the sinbi. One day, as he was walking through t...
Collection: Staying in Tune: Chordophones
Creator: CHIN
I was attracted by the Stroh violin or phono violin because of its unusual appearance. I read somewhere that it was designed in 1899 by an Austrian, Karl Stroch, and it was made in 1901 in London ...
Collection: Staying in Tune: Chordophones
Creator: CHIN
A guided listening activity for Oskar Morawetz's Overture to a Fairy Tale
Collection: NAC Canadian Orchestral Composers: From Words to Music
Creator: National Arts Centre
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