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Daniel Kobialka Musician Extraordinary

With One of the Greats Violinist, composer, producer and performer Daniel Kobialka, DMA has been involved in the music industry for over 40 years as a soloist, Principal Second violinist, and composer. Daniel’s career began at the age of thirteen when he debuted in Carnegie Hall in New York and has taken him on a… Read More ›

What is Top 40?

What does Top 40 mean ? Individuals associated with the music world may choose the term “Top 40” countdown to label mainstream pop music played on the radio.  The term first appeared in the early 1950s (1) and contained a list of frequently aired songs.   It was during this period that this new approach was… Read More ›

Stream Daniel Kobialka

For those who either love Daniel Kobialka’s music or are unfamiliar with it, here is a list of Stream Playlist URLs.  The majority of them are free for listening.  Please let us know if you like the post. Stream Playlist URLs Daniel Kobialka – Cosmic Ecstasy This is early Daniel Kobialka Musical Inspiration by Daniel… Read More ›

celtic fantasy song structure

Celtic Influences in Song Structure

  Listen to Track 3 from the album Celtic Fantasy as you read the review. Buy it Now Reprint of an AllMusic Review of Daniel Kobialka’s Celtic Fantasy by Larry Belanger “Daniel Kobialka takes his violin techniques, which incorporate a special warmth and subtlety of phrasing and intonation described by Arthur Fiedler, and adds a bit of Celtic structure… Read More ›

Daniel Kobialka with Leonard Bernstein

Classical Music Period Part 3 – Romantic and Modern Periods

  Daniel Kobialka with Leonard Bernstein         As noted in the first of this series, the music classification system describing the evolution of Western music follows that generally accepted by Music History Scholars.  To date these newsletters have provided a look into the key periods of musical development including: Early (prior to 9th century) Medieval (9th… Read More ›

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