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5 alternativas a Vidtomp3 para extraer el audio de videos de YouTube

5 alternativas a Vidtomp3 para extraer el audio de videos de YouTube | FOTOTECA MUSICAL | Scoop.it
No tanto para descargar música, aunque si está entre uno de los usos más frecuentes, en YouTube tenemos a nuestra disposición miles de archivos de audio...

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Un recull de recursos, audios, vídeos... per millorar la pràctica musical.
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12 musical instruments

12 musical instruments | FOTOTECA MUSICAL | Scoop.it

There are 2 activities on this page. First solve the crossword, then umjumble the words below.


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Teaching Music: Tanya's Kodály Aspiring Blog: Instruments of the Orchestra Part 2

Teaching Music: Tanya's Kodály Aspiring Blog: Instruments of the Orchestra Part 2 | FOTOTECA MUSICAL | Scoop.it
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Aprende a grabar y mezclar sonido con Audacity ~ Docente 2punto0


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Ignacio's curator insight, August 7, 4:34 AM

Hace poco publiqué unas sencillas instrucciones para descargar e instalar el programa Audacity. Recordamos que este programa es un editor de sonido de Linux que permite grabar, cortar, mezclar y dar efectos al sonido tanto de voz como de música. Tiene todas las ventajas del software libre y cada tanto se actualiza con mejoras visibles.
En esta ocasión podemos ver cómo hacer una operación sencilla de grabación y mezcla de voz y música en el siguiente video.

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Russian Folk Dance Troika

Russian Folk Dance Troika | FOTOTECA MUSICAL | Scoop.it
Includes: • Russian folk dance 'troika' • Russian dance videos • Around the world

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Band class helps teens learn how to learn - Futurity

Band class helps teens learn how to learn - Futurity | FOTOTECA MUSICAL | Scoop.it
Schools should reconsider cutting music programs when budgets are tight. Band class teaches kids to play an instrument, but they learn other skills, too.

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Lon Woodbury's curator insight, July 25, 1:26 AM

Another call for benefits of music education.  It almost seems like an education without music training of some sort is a less effective education. -Lon

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VIDEO. Un homme chante dans 15 lieux différents pour montrer la diversité des sonorités

VIDEO. Un homme chante dans 15 lieux différents pour montrer la diversité des sonorités | FOTOTECA MUSICAL | Scoop.it
Il a réalisé un montage avec des séquences filmées notamment dans une église, un garage souterrain, une chambre ou encore un gymnase.

 

Joachim Müllner commence par taper des mains, avant d'émettre le son "Oh"dans divers endroits. Puis il chante a capella. Enfin, il chante en canon et apparaît en triple à l'image, grâce à un montage. Au total, le chanteur, issu d'un groupe de rock parisien (In The Canopy), apparaît dans 15 lieux différents. Le clip est réalisé par Vincent Rouffiac, produit par Touché Videoproduktion et soutenu par l'Institut de recherche et de coordination acoustique/musique (Ircam).


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Blogs de música para el aula de Primaria - Educación 3.0

Blogs de música para el aula de Primaria - Educación 3.0 | FOTOTECA MUSICAL | Scoop.it
Selección de cinco blogs dedicados a la asignatura de Música en el aula de Primaria.

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¿Cuál es la importancia de la música en la educación infantil?

¿Cuál es la importancia de la música en la educación infantil? | FOTOTECA MUSICAL | Scoop.it
Entrevista a Ara Malikian, violinista del programa 'Pizzicato' Más allá de las canciones infantiles populares de toda la vida, repetidas hasta la saciedad durante décadas de padres a hijos, la música es un pilar fundamental dentro de la educación infantil, y una manera de expandir las capacidades de los niños a diversos niveles. Su poder para estimular la inteligencia emocional, así…

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ABP. Aprender Historia de la Música jugando.

ABP. Aprender Historia de la Música jugando. | FOTOTECA MUSICAL | Scoop.it

“ Viendo la dificultad que tienen las clases de 2º de ESO para el aprendizaje de esta parte tan atractiva para los profesores y tan odiada para los alumnos tuve que pensar en la creaci...”


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Enrique Forés "La música i educació en valors"

Conferencia d'Enrique Forés "La música i educació en valors". Centenari de la Unió musical de Sueca 2014.

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The wub machine, una aplicación para transformar canciones “en otra cosa”

The wub machine, una aplicación para transformar canciones “en otra cosa” | FOTOTECA MUSICAL | Scoop.it
¿Puede el himno de un partido de fútbol transformarse en un Tango?, ¿y un clásico ser un tema ideal para el sábado noche en la discoteca de moda?… en

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La música contra el fracaso escolar | Blog de educación | SMConectados

La música contra el fracaso escolar | Blog de educación | SMConectados | FOTOTECA MUSICAL | Scoop.it
Paz Peralta Martínez, maestra de música del Ceip Explorador Andrés nos acerca el proyecto que se ha llevado a cabo en su centro en diferentes edades y áreas. Cada alumno accede al conocimiento de manera diferente. La música es un instrumento muy versátil y puede ser una aliada muy especial para suplir carencias, dar ilusión, motivación, desarrollar habilidades y competencias... En el Ceip Explorador Andrés de Valencia estamos realizando un Proyecto que forma parte de un Programa experimental par

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Los 30 logos más famosos de la música

Los 30 logos más famosos de la música | FOTOTECA MUSICAL | Scoop.it
¿Por dónde entra la música? Por los oídos. ¿Y nada más? Nada más. ¿Seguro? Bueno, puede que también un poquito por los ojos, pues eso explicaría el...

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12 traditional dances from around the world

12 traditional dances from around the world | FOTOTECA MUSICAL | Scoop.it
Whether you're synchronized in Mongolia or twirling in Turkey, Gloria Estefan's words still ring true: The rhythm is gonna get you

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Unpacking the Science: How Playing Music Changes the Learning Brain

Unpacking the Science: How Playing Music Changes the Learning Brain | FOTOTECA MUSICAL | Scoop.it

Researchers in the fairly new field of music neuroscience are finding that kids who learn to play a musical instrument also develop important skills related to literacy, math and mental focus.


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Lon Woodbury's curator insight, July 18, 7:53 PM

One implication from music neuroscience research is that educators seem to have lost the focus on the goals of education when the first thing that cash-strapped schools cut is the music and arts curriculum.  Traditionally, music was an important part of a school's curriculum so it looks like modern science is finding that previous generations of educators and parents were on to something. -Lon

Penrith Farms's curator insight, July 19, 10:36 AM

Lon Woodbury over at Struggling Teens brought up a good point about this article.  Music and Arts are what we cut at schools first these days.

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Efectos de la música en el Cerebro de los niños

Efectos de la música en el Cerebro de los niños | FOTOTECA MUSICAL | Scoop.it
La música es un elemento esencial en el desarrollo y aprendizaje de los niños/as. La música no solo ayuda a que nuestros niños/as se relajen, sino que también ayuda a desarrollar la memoria y el sentido de coordinación del bebé. Aquellos niños/as que crecen escuchando música, cantando canciones, y moviéndose al ritmo de la música …

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Ge Wang combina la música y la tecnología para convertir tu móvil en una ocarina, tu tablet en un violín

Ge Wang combina la música y la tecnología para convertir tu móvil en una ocarina, tu tablet en un violín | FOTOTECA MUSICAL | Scoop.it
Músico, programador y diseñador, Ge Wang es profesor asistente en el Centro de Investigación Informática en Música y Acústica de la Universidad de Stanford. Ha construido su imagen de inventor inclasificable aplicando tecnología a dispositivos portátiles, para convertirlos en instrumentos musicales de vanguardia.

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Forget GarageBand, SoundTrap is a music app for everyone

Forget GarageBand, SoundTrap is a music app for everyone | FOTOTECA MUSICAL | Scoop.it
While Apple's music creation app is limited to iOS and OS X, SoundTrap works on any device with a browser that plays nice with HTML5. And it's very fun…

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58 days ago: John meets Paul for the very first time

58 days ago: John meets Paul for the very first time | FOTOTECA MUSICAL | Scoop.it

It was fifty-eight years ago today, in 1957 that 16 year old, John Lennon met 15-year-old Paul McCartney. It was at St. Peter’s, Woolton’s Parish Church in Liverpool; John was playing with the Quarry Men at a church fete, come garden party.

 

Paul had gone along to the Saturday afternoon fete with his mate, Ivan Vaughan to watch John’s skiffle group, the Quarry Men. The group was made up of Eric Griffiths, Colin Hanton, Rod Davis, John Lennon, Pete Shotton and Len Garry. The group took their name from Quarry Bank High School, where they all went to school.

 

The band played on a makeshift stage in a field behind the church. John played guitar and sang, while Eric Griffiths also played guitar, Colin Hanton, the drums, Rod Davies a banjo, Pete Shotton was on washboard and Len Garry played the inevitable, tea chest bass.

 

Things had got underway in the early afternoon with a short parade through this up-market area of Liverpool, with a couple of lorries (trucks for our American readers) bringing the Rose Queen, on the first lorry with the Quarry Men on a second lorry. The biggest challenge for John and his mates in the band was to stay upright on the back of the moving lorry while playing. Once in the field behind the church things got a little easier.

 

In the evening the Quarry Men played at the Grand Dance in the church hall, opposite the church; sharing the bill with the George Edwards Band. Ivan Vaughan had on occasions played tea chest bass with the Quarry Men and it was he who introduced Paul to John. It really was a day that changed the course of history.

 

McCartney who wearing a white jacket with silver flecks, and the obligatory black drainpipe trousers, talked with John for a little while and having shown John a technique for tuning Paul played some songs, including a medley of Little Richard’s tunes, along with Eddie Cochran’s ‘Twenty Flight Rock’ and Gene Vincent’s ‘Be-Bop-A-Lula’.

 

According to Paul, “I remember John singing a song called Come Go With Me. He’d heard it on the radio. He didn’t really know the verses, but he knew the chorus. The rest he just made up himself. I just thought, ‘Well, he looks good, he’s singing well and he seems like a great lead singer to me.’ Of course, he had his glasses off, so he really looked suave. I remember John was good.”

 

Afterwards, John and Pete Shotton talked over whether or not to ask Paul to join The Quarry Men. They decided it would be a good idea and a couple of weeks later Shotton saw Paul riding his bike in Woolton and asked him to join; after a little thought Paul agreed to becoming a member…and the rest is history.

 


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