Folk Music Blogs

Music Blogs

I' m going to release another of his recordings with music from Greece, but a little later. Italian blog of folk music in Celtic countries (Terre Celtiche) by Cattia Salto. An Italian musician, clarinettist with the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra and founder/conductor of the Ensemble Ubertini in Italy. Over the next few weeks we will be exploring the world of music through a series of blogs dealing with folk music around the world. Music drives us, it survives in us when we plow our souls with music under it.

Among the 100 most influential music blogs in the world there is also an Italian one.

Styleofsound.com has enjoyed placing the 100 most influential music blogs on the web. There are always many rankings (perhaps too many, it's true), but the interesting thing is that the list also includes an Italian: Polaroid Blogs, which has been on-line for 13 years and qualifies at number 53.

The list was created by Styleofsound employees who manually fished, categorized and numbered thousands of blogs according to a system that took into account the quality and quantity of content, the frequency of updates, statistics on Sony Ericsson's search engine and popular news sites (Twitter, Facebook and others).

Learn about the campaign in this ad (read from top): If, as a publishers, you have a complaint about one of the advertising creative, please click on the following links for more information about the advertisers.

Information and a look into the world of music

I studied with Luca Vignali, Paolo Brunello, Emmanuele Bellinato and then with Franco Volpe at the State Academy of Music "F. Venezze" in Rovigo, where I graduated in 1989. Since 1990 I have dedicated myself to the study of baroque music as part of the specialization course with Maestro Omar Zoboli and received a scholarship to participate in the EU organized course for high specialization in ancient leadership practice in Valdagno (Vi).

"Musik-Blog Zeitgeist". Fifty artists, fifty albums, the best songs: all together.

Taking advantage of the large number of blogs and aggregated feeds which allow them to have a huge data base at their disposal (and which allow users to be informed practically in real time about the latest news in music), they decided to create their "ranking" at the end of the year with the fifty artists, fifty albums and the best songs of 2010.

The term is deliberately enclosed in quotation marks, as there are exact parameters, but the general meaning is more of a speech (since it is about blogs and posted articles) than a diagram that is exclusively associated with the data. The result is a kind of "zeitgeist", a spirit of the times that is indeed full of very useful information, criticism and opinions.

Auch interessant

Mehr zum Thema