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Today's Feature

A series of stories curated to help you live your best calm life

The Legend of Jazz - Duke Ellington

Edward Kennedy “Duke” Ellington was one of the most legendary jazz piano artists, jazz band leaders, and jazz composers the twentieth century has ever known. One of the most influential and pivotal jazz musicians of his time, Duke Ellington is a supreme jazz legend without a doubt. His music was melody to the ears and it soulfully touched millions of lives. Being a jazz composer, pianist, and leader of a jazz orchestra, Duke Ellington led a marvelous music career spanning over six decades. Jazz is not just a genre of music, it is an emotion and feeling, one which can inspire, motivate, and connect people, and Duke had mastered the art of jazz, creating some of the most soulful and blissful music ever heard.

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The Era of Baroque Music: A Brief History

The Baroque style began at the start of the 17th century in Rome, Italy. It quickly spread across Europe to France, Spain, Portugal, then later to Austria, Germany and Russia. This style used exuberance, contrast, elaborate ornamentation, deep color, and grandeur to evoke surprise and a sense of awe. The Baroque style influenced all the arts, including architecture, literature, painting, sculpture, dance and music.

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The Legendary Jazz Music of Oscar Peterson

Oscar Emmanuel Peterson, or often known as “The King of inside swing”, was one of the most influential and successful jazz music artists of the twentieth century. With the ability to create divine and harmonious melodies, this jazz pianist and composer had magic in his music.

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The Fascinating Life of Johann Sebastian Bach

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) is unquestionably the most revered figure in the entire history of western classical music, having been called “The Father of Music” on several occasions, and often being referenced to by other composers, like Frédéric Chopin and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, as a key inspiration.

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