- Nga Waka o Nehera
- Tikanga Maori
- Palestinian Music and Song
- Women and Music
- How to Hear Classical Music
- The Book of Klezmer
- Maori Religion and Mythology
- 104 Great Symphonies You Haven't Heard Yet
- Speculative Music
- Maori Tattooing
- Balinese Music
- Music and the Skillful Listener
- Chicago Studies in Ethnomusicology
- The Italian Cantata in Vienna
- Blues, Ideology, and Afro-American Literature
- Raga Sangeet
- Art + Paris Impressionists & Post-Impressionists
- Settling the Score
- Musical Forces
- The Power of Music
- Traditional Songs of the Maori
Related articlesSkip carousel
- Aug 21 20161 minute
Literature’s Very Worst Endings
SADIE STEIN ENDINGS ARE VERY, VERY HARD—the greater question is less why books disappoint than why any succeed. Each of these is a good book written by someone of great skill who, for whatever reason, choked, rushed, or otherwise ran a narrative off
- Dec 12 20164 minutes
La La Land, a Truly Modern Hollywood Musical, Strikes All the Best Chords
LOS ANGELES IS A CITY OF TRAFFIC. So it only makes sense that La La Land, in theaters Dec. 9, opens in the thick of it—a long, glittering caterpillar of cars stopped on an elevated freeway that stretches out to the horizon under an enamel-blue Califo
- Dec 18 201627 minutes
The 50 Best Podcasts of 2016
From politics shows to horror series, highlights from a year of listening
- Feb 5 20174 minutes
How Art Can Fight Trump
Richard Prince may have just taught us.
- Jan 23 20171 minute
A Natural-Born Artist
HE WAS MOPPING FLOORS 2 YEARS AGO. NOW, AT AGE 75, THIS SELF-TAUGHT PAINTER IS MAKING HIS DEBUT IN THE NEW YORK ART WORLD
- Jul 7 20169 minutes
This Is Your Brain on Silence: Contrary to popular belief, peace and quiet is all about the noise in your head.
One icy night in March 2010, 100 marketing experts piled into the Sea Horse Restaurant in Helsinki, with the modest goal of making a remote and medium-sized country a world-famous tourist destination. The problem was that Finland was known as a rathe
- Apr 21 201624 minutes
Not All Practice Makes Perfect: Moving from naive to purposeful practice can dramatically increase performance.
In just our fourth session together, Steve was already beginning to sound discouraged. It was Thursday of the first week of an experiment that I had expected to last for two or three months, but from what Steve was telling me, it might not make much
- Jan 1 201710 minutes
These Brand Consultants Turned Nights On The Town Into Market Data
In 2013, Christopher Krietchman was walking down the street in Manhattan, worrying about his flailing meal-delivery company. Krietchman was the founder of Fresh Grill Café, which cooked and delivered healthy meals to New Yorkers. When he launched in
- Feb 16 20174 minutes
How Hans Zimmer Became a Rock Star
The composer of films like Gladiator, Inception, and The Dark Knight has become so ubiquitous, he’s playing at Coachella.
- Jan 9 20172 minutes
Netflix For Film Nerds
If you know your Rossellini from your Kurosawa, FilmStruck might be the streaming service for you.
- Sep 18 20166 minutes
Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read.
- Jan 9 20172 minutes
J.Lo & Drake Hot New Romance?
JEFF NELSON, with reporting by Elizabeth McNeil IS JENNY FROM THE BLOCK EXPLORING NEW territory? After Drake attended Jennifer Lopez’s All I Have concerts in Las Vegas twice in one week, rumors ignited that she and the rapper are an item—and they’re
- Feb 23 201729 minutes
'There's Enough Time to Change Everything'
The polymath computer scientist David Gelernter’s wide-ranging ideas about American life.
- Jul 18 20161 minute
132. Hamilton Is Hitting the Road
Some half a million theatergoers have already seen the hottest musical of the decade, shelling out hundreds of dollars for tickets to see Lin-Manuel Miranda and the cast of Hamilton sing and rap about our scrappiest Founding Father at the Richard Rod
- Feb 6 20171 minute
James Corden His Prime Time To Shine!
THE LATE LATE SHOW STAR, 38, WILL GO FROM THE CARPOOL LANE TO THE GRAMMYS STAGE
- Feb 12 20176 minutes
The 2017 Grammys: Winners and Performances
Following along with music’s big award show
- Jan 7 201617 minutes
Whom He May Devour: Saving her planet would ban her from paradise.
Lydia watched Ahad play the guitar. He leaned against a boulder, eyes shut, his face positioned to catch the last warm rays of the setting sun. His long, slender fingers caressed the strings, producing a slow, haunting melody. The music almost made h
- Oct 10 20167 minutes
IT CONQUERED BROADWAY. NEXT STOP, THE WORLD
- Sep 26 20163 minutes
Mandy Moore ‘I’ve Never Been Happier’
AFTER A TURBULENT YEAR, THE STAR IS BLISSFULLY IN LOVE, STARRING IN A HOT NEW SHOW AND OPENING UP ABOUT THE LIFE LESSONS SHE’S LEARNED
- Jun 1 20143 minutes
Meet the Universal Platform for Sharing Music
Bop.fm allows users of subscription music services to share songs and playlists with listeners of other services, such as Spotify.
- Jan 30 20172 minutes
Country’s New Darling
HOW THE TEXAS NATIVE WENT FROM NASHVILLE’S GO-TO SONGWRITER TO BREAKOUT STAR
- Feb 20 20173 minutes
Music Festivals Have A Volume Problem
With too many events crowding the calender, some are failing | “There are only so many dollars to go around”
- Dec 20 20162 minutes
The Curious Case of Nile Rodgers's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Award
The induction class is a buffet of various kinds of uncool, made more perplexing by the disco band Chic’s 11th snub.
- Feb 13 20172 minutes
The Sad State Of Rock At The Grammys
How did the genre that once dominated popular music fall from such great heights? The year 1991 may have the answers.
- Jan 9 20172 minutes
Viola Davis & Denzel Washington
THE FENCES STARS TALK ABOUT THEIR FRIENDSHIP, THEIR REUNION & THE PERILS OF THEIR INTENSE ROLES
- Jan 20 201711 minutes
Revisiting Anti-Bush Protest Music in the Trump Era
Remember "When the President Talks To God"? "American Idiot"? "Son of a Bush"? We do!
- Feb 13 20171 minute
Hip-Hop’s Secret Weapon Steps Into The Spotlight
JAMIESON COX THE LONDON-BASED SINGER-PRODUCER Sampha Sisay is a secret weapon many of this decade’s most popular musicians have somehow agreed to share. You’ve probably heard him before, a spectral presence haunting the edges of albums by stars like
- Oct 24 20162 minutes
Gwen Stefani ‘I’m the Happiest I’ve Ever Been!’
THE SINGER OPENS UP ABOUT FINDING JOY—AND LOVE!—AFTER GETTING THROUGH THE MOST DIFFICULT TIME IN HER LIFE
- Dec 6 20163 minutes
The Culture Wars In The Grammy Album Nominations
A primer on Beyoncé vs. Adele vs. Drake vs. Bieber vs. Sturgill Simpson
- Feb 6 20171 minute
My First Grammys Kelsea Ballerini
MEET THE ‘PETER PAN’ SINGER, 23, UP FOR BEST NEW ARTIST