On his new album "All Melody", Nils Frahm blends piano with electronic sounds. The avant garde pianist experiments and tinkers but avoids using computers. His equipment is thoroughly analogue.
Over 2,000 artists dealt with the idea of "fate," which was this year's motto at the Beethovenfest in Bonn. Despite a varied and exciting program, sales for the festival could have been better.
The Canadian Socalled is a multitalented artist: pianist, rapper, producer, film and theater director, doll maker, photographer, cartoonist and magician. He is now releasing an album of Yiddish folk songs.
Charles Aznavour was France's best known chansonnier and arguably Armenia's most famous son. The singer, who sold more than 100 million records in 80 countries, has died at the age of 94.
The beginning of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony is known the world over, yet the opening motif is only four notes long. Music researchers have long wondered — is fate really knocking on the door at the start of this piece?
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