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ARTE.TV – DE L’EAU ET LA MUSIQUE DE BEETHOVEN, C’EST QUOI LE RAPPORT ?
Professor Gerald H. Pollack is a great hydrophilic: he discovered that water is much more complex than we think. For Gerald too, listening to Beethoven in the sun is very beneficial. But what does a glass of water have to do with the sun and Ludwig’s music? The answer in this episode of Reconnection.
PHILHARMONIE DE PARIS – LA DISCOTHÈQUE DE MONSIEUR ONDE
The Monsieur Onde project, developed by the Philharmonie de Paris, thus aims to make symphonic music more accessible and to sharpen the listeners’ listening skills by accompanying them in their discovery of major works in the repertoire. From tag to tag, according to his curiosity and in music, he travels through 260 years of symphonic repertoire thanks to more than 160 musical excerpts from the orchestra!
ARTE.TV – KARAMBOLAGE – L’USAGE : LES NOTES DE MUSIQUE
Nikola Obermann explains why musical notes are called do, re, mi, fa, sol, la, si, do in France and c, d, e, f, g, a, h, c in Germany.
CANOPÉ ACADÉMIE DE STRASBOURG
Discover the exciting world of opera, its sets, its professions, its costumes… in the bilingual series La Classe à l’Opéra. These richly illustrated books include games and comprehension exercises.
C’EST PAS SORCIER – VOIX DE FÊTE
Most of us don’t care about that. And yet we use it every day to talk, express our emotions, tell a story, declaim a text or sing… Fred, Jamy and Sabine explain everything about the voice.
C’EST PAS SORCIER – DANS LES COULISSES DE L’OPÉRA
Fred, Jamy and Sabine go backstage at the Paris Opera and take us on a tour of Garnier and Bastille. We discover with them the manufacturing secrets of the most prestigious performances, from the creation of costumes and sets to the meticulous research in acoustics.
JE SAIS PAS VOUS
“Je sais pas vous”, a web series by Patrick Leterme and Etienne Duval co-produced by France Musique. Through each episode, lasting about three minutes, the videos humorously approach small and big stories of the Grrrraaaande music.
L’INSTRUMENTARIUM DE L’INSOLITE
“Violist, violinist and intervening musician by profession, I am passionate about all kinds of instruments. L’Instrumentarium de l’Insolite is a YouTube program specializing in organology. In each video come and discover a new atypical and unknown musical instrument! »