Variation of Cannon. play it with TWO Gayageums

Never saw someone performing Puckleberry Cannon playing on a pair of Gayageum.
Truly marvelous performance and innovative musical ventures. It was a memorable experience and he composed very well.

When i listen to this, the feeling of the music is completely different to actual version of ‘Variation of Cannon’ with this kind of tradional instrument.

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remake of ‘Cannon’ in Korean style

This is one of Korean University students’ work. The team of Korean traditional musican who plays korean instruments Kayagum and it has been composed with modern electric music.
It is an art which contains visual effects and sounds.

Pop In Action?

Pop In Action?.

Madeon

Madeon (Hugo Pierre Leclerdq) was born in 1994 in France. He is only 17 years old boy but is a great electric pop producer!

Composer John Adams Dishes On Pop Culture

helped shape the landscape of contemporary classical music. In this interview he reflects upon the difficulties of creating great art while surrounded by pop culture. John Adams helped shape the landscape of contemporary classical music. In this interview he reflects upon the difficulties of creating great art while surrounded by pop culture.

How Popular Culture is Making Us Smarter

In order to take an analysis overview, as he has tried to do, of media culture, you can’t just take your sample materials from the controlled opposition approved by the biggest commercial benefactors of that media culture. If he were less absorbed in nothing but his beloved mass commercial culture, he would not make this foolish mistake. Ironically, Sleeper was about a society where modern pop sensibilities spread to all aspects of life, and he is an example of that coming to fruition.

Andy Warhol

At the begining of the POP CULTURE elective, everyone might imagine the name of pop art artist Andy Warhol.
Back to the first lesson within the instruction of Pop Culture, I believe i may watching this video to understand him more.

I was naive enough to believe that he was universally admired throughout the “art” world.
I think he was brave enough to go over rejection after rejection, while dealing with all his insecurities as well, but he kept going and was true to himself, all this fame and money , at least he was honest about it not like many others, I see him as a clear sample of what can happen if i work really hard and believe strongly in my ideas.