Turning the Eiffel Tower into a massive percussion instrument The Verge Turning the Eiffel Tower into a massive percussion instrument. By Jacob Kastrenakes on June 5, 2013 11:11 am @jake_k 6Comments. Don't miss stories Follow The Verge.
The past couple of weeks, I’ve been sifting through the steel band rep that I can find online. I was recently hired for a gig teaching 3 steel bands, and I felt the need to dive into the rep as deeply as possible.
“No. 2″ of The Canvas Series is inspired by Henri Matisse. Matisse worked with a number of different mediums and through a number of different movements, but the particular period that I focused on for this solo was his Fauvism work.
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Today we sit down with the very talented Blake Tyson. We talk new CD, Kickstarter, a return home, and Blake asks one of the greatest questions of the episode EVER! Please answer the question below the video.
After getting to know all of the snare cables on the Majestic Prophonic Snare, I decided it was time to start experimenting with combinations of the snares and begin the process of pairing them with solos in The Canvas Series.
“No. 8″ of The Canvas Series is inspired by Salvador Dali. Salvador Dali was best known for his quirky traits, outlandish behavior, fascination with the subconscious mind, and contributions to the Surrealism movement.
“No. 6″ in The Canvas Series is inspired by Claude Monet. Monet was a major contributor to the Impressionist movement. By using swift brush strokes, Monet eased the distinction between background and subject.
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