The bride walks down the aisle with the Canon in D, softly echoing her steps. The almost crescendo as Queen sings “Galileo” in Bohemian Rhapsody. The animated crescondos and vistas of Fantasia.
What do Canon in D, Bohemian Rhapsody, and Fantasia have in common? Classical music – musicians and composers! Today, we explore classical music, what is considered classical music, how it is changing, and how it has evolved.
On Perpetual Notion Machine, host Anita Nsubuga explores the science in the art with San Diego State University, associate professor of Music Theory, Andrew Aziz. We learn what classical music is as well as the science behind the instruments. We also discuss the growing movement of diversity and inclusion in the arts.
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