Another animated piece from the great Allegro non troppo by Bruno Bozzetto (a golden classic animation, where classical music pieces have their own visual interpretation). The whole film is a parody of the Disney’s Fantasia and is really a must-see.
Studies have shown that babies who listen the classical music can grasp mathematical concepts quicker than those who did not. In essence, math is creative and beautiful, which is why such elegant connections are made between them. This paper will attempt to discuss the simple and complex connections between the two studies as well as attempt to uncover new ideas in the fields of music, such as a wind instrument with a piano’s range.
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It’s told babies will become smarter if you play classical music everyday to them… now scientists have found, that even in just 5 months, babies are already able to distinguish the differences between the works. Click to read more.
haha.nuâ€™s classical 25: Albinoni – Adagio in G minor
This beautiful animated piece by Garry Bardin could be also in the haha.nu.Shorts series, but I decided to put it in the haha.nu’s classical. Another example, showing that you do not need a multi-million dollars 3D animation studio to make a masterpiece.
The most famous piece of the American composer Samuel Barber is performed by BBC Orchestra and conducted by Leonard Slatkin at the Albert Hall in London.
The piece was played at the funerals of Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Prince Rainier of Monaco. It was also performed in 2001 at a ceremony at the World Trade Center to commemorate the thousands lost there in the September 11, 2001 attacks.
Bonus: a piano arrangement is performed by a… ninja with muscles is posted here also.