BBC's "How Music Works" now on You Tube.

Discussion in 'General Instruction [BG]' started by mambo4, Feb 9, 2011.


  1. mambo4

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    The BBC documentary series "How Music Works" has been sliced up and posted to You Tube!

    How Music Works Part 4 Bass
    Part1:
  2. Fergie Fulton

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    Great post mambo4 the bass episode is a must, thanks for finding this, i will enjoy watching this again.:hyper:
  3. spz8

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    Thanks for the links mambo4, this series is awesome! Really great stuff!
  4. bassinplace

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    Yeah, I caught this a couple months ago. Really good!
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  6. BritPicker

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    Goodhall is such a good communicator of music. His musicology books are excellent too.

    Thanks for posting!
  7. TRCat

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    Great Stuff - Cheers
  8. jbaird

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    noob question but what's the tune that the last of the bass series goes out on..

    so familiar its driving me nuts..

    EDIT: stevie wonder - I wish!
  9. TomA1234

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    On the first video: 64 foot pitch=crappy B string:D

    I am finding these quite interesting. I would like to see this stickied.
  10. slagbass

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    +1.
  11. dvh

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    Thanks mambo, never seen this series before...
  12. Minotauros

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    It's been on Youtube for a couple of years. Great series, but unfortunately no plans to release it to dvd, afaik.
  13. Keano

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    I love a good documentary, and this one even more so with Goodall (and it's about music). Watched first two episodes last night and I would highly recommend this series to anyone even remotely interested music, even if you may already be familiar with some of the stuff being covered.
  14. Swimming Bird

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    Cool, thanks for posting this.
  15. St Drogo

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    Thanks for posting this, this is really interesting! The third part of the harmony episode is blocked in my country though. Does anyone perhaps have a mirror they could recommend?
  16. chadhargis

    chadhargis Jack of all grooves, master of none Supporting Member

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    Humm...let me see if I can fetch it to an .FLV file. I can send it to you via YouSendIt and you can play it with VLC (a free download).
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  18. chadhargis

    chadhargis Jack of all grooves, master of none Supporting Member

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