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A spicy club anthem, ’Proud’ is the third single to come from Qrion’s debut album. Featuring an elated vocal hook sampled from Deniece Williams’ rendition of The Impression’s single ‘I’m So Proud’ on an addictive four-to-the-floor rhythm, ‘Proud’ evokes that true hand-in-the-air feeling. The track joins an acclaimed catalogue supported by the likes of Danny Howard at BBC Radio 1 and Jason Bentley at KCRW, as well as prolific producers such as TSHA, Moon Boots, Lane 8, The Aston Shuffle, 3LAU, and Gorgon City.
An album built on nostalgia and sentimentality, ‘I Hope It Lasts Forever’ pays homage to Qrion’s memories childhood and her dad, and captures the feelings she felt when moving from her hometown of Sapporo to San Francisco to pursue a career in music. Speaking on the album, Qrion exclaims “I connected with my old memories – the feelings of spending time with my Dad, the time I lived with my family in Japan, and the small but important moments of my life from my life in Sapporo.”
‘I Hope It Lasts Forever’ is the latest triumph in a career that’s seen Qrion release on Mad Decent, Last Night on Earth, and This Never Happened, and be named on Forbes Japan’s 30 Under 30, adding to notable support from the likes of Clash, Mixmag and The Fader. Having shared the stage with Above & Beyond, Porter Robinson, Deadmau5, and Tourist, Qrion now takes to the road with her own headline tour across North America in support of the album.
Release date: Oct 12 2021
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Facts About Festivals and Music Production
Music festivals began in the 18th century in England with the first festival, which was dedicated to the works of George Frideric Handel. The festivals continued without interruption until the 1930s when the Crystal Palace burned. In the 1800s, the Birmingham Festival grew from being solely dedicated to Handel’s work to featuring other composers as well. Festivals throughout the 18th and 19th centuries developed in various cities in England. During this time, classical music became increasingly popular in the country.
The basic elements of music include the rhythm, tempo, dynamics, and articulation. Dynamics refer to the volume and amplitude of a piece. It may be soft or loud, or progressively louder or softer over time. Tempo is the beats per minute at which the piece is played. Articulation refers to the way notes are played or the way words are pronounced. They may be short, long, smooth, or stressed.
Rhythm is a crucial element of music, since it organizes its elements. The rhythm is most often found in the accompaniment and melody. This technique utilizes combinations of long and short durations to create patterns and variations. Meter, on the other hand, separates the sounds in a piece into strong and weak beats separated by measures. Young children can easily sense a strong and weak beat. Counting can be difficult, but counting is easy for them once they learn to feel the rhythm.
Mason’s teachings helped shape the history of music education in the United States. He was one of the first people to advocate the rote method of teaching music. During this period, he developed tune books for the children, using four notes of solfege and shape notes. This method became the foundation of singing schools for many years. In 1864, Mason published the first of his series of books based on Mason’s ideas. These books were essential to the evolution of music education and music in the United States.