Music links for Programme 33: about Music: Breathing in music - Cadences

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In the next programme in the series “about Music”, we are going to look at how music breathes – cadences as an essential ingredient in our listening experience. I have lots of musical examples to demonstrate these.
AND THEN, be prepared to let your ears tell you stories you have probably never heard before. This item is also an excellent illustration of cadence in music – but oh! is it different!
I’m not saying more. Come and join me Thursday evening at 6pm SAST. Any questions or comments, you are welcome to write to me at: brian@gsaradio.stream
13 Dec 2023 English South Africa Music History · Music Commentary

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