Several German synth-pop acts of the late 1980s included Camouflage and Celebrate the Nun. Canadian duo Kon Kan had major success with their debut single, "I Beg Your Pardon" in 1989. An American backlash against European synth-pop has been seen as beginning in the mid-1980s with the rise of heartland rock and roots rock.
Pop music automation is a field of study among musicians and computer scientists with a goal of producing successful pop music algorithmically. It is often based on the premise that pop music is especially formulaic, unchanging, and easy to compose.
Electronic music is music that employs electronic musical instruments, digital instruments and circuitry-based music technology.In general, a distinction can be made between sound produced using electromechanical means (electroacoustic music), and that produced using electronics only.
Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix is the fourth studio album by French indie pop band Phoenix.It was released on 25 May 2009 by V2 Records.While the band's previous work enjoyed a moderate underground following, the release of Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix drew the attention of a more mainstream audience.
iamamiwhoami (/ ˌ aɪ æ m. æ m aɪ. ˈ h uː æ m aɪ / eye-am-am-eye-HOO-am-eye) is the electronic music and audiovisual project of Swedish singer-songwriter Jonna Lee in collaboration with her longtime record producer Claes Björklund.
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In 1990, Philips released a 180 CD box set called the Complete Mozart Edition, a set of 45 themed box set to mark the bicentenary of Mozart's death in 1791. Each box set within the whole was released separately in 1990 and 1991. The set was released in two version: International, and German (Die vollständige Mozart-Edition). Each volume...
Recorded in "Donald Benson Great Hall at Bethel College" St. Paul, MN, February 5-7, 1996 and "Masonic Grand Lodge" New York City, May 21, 1996.
Mozart* - Sabine Meyer, Diethelm Jonas, Sergio Azzolini, Bruno Schneider, Staatskapelle Dresden, Hans Vonk - Klarinetkonzert K. 622 / Sinfonia concertante K. 257b (Album) 10 versions EMI CDC 7 54138 2