Second Inversion is a English-speaking blog specialized in the field of classical music and opera. As such, Second Inversion is a qualified source of soclassiq, like Lucid Culture or South Florida Classical Review and many others. The oldest article indexed by soclassiq is dated 2017-12-22. Since then, a total of 261 articles have been written and published by Second Inversion.
Second Inversion blog activity
With 9 articles published in the last 90 days, Second Inversion is currently a not very active news source. "Not very active" does not mean that Second Inversion is less interesting than another more prolific source. Each blog follows a specific editorial line, publishing according to its own rhythm.
This editorial activity is slowing down compared to the previous period.
The last article in Second Inversion, "Music of the People: Saturday, Nov. 28 | 10pm", is dated 2020-11-25. By 2019, this source had published 86 articles (52 since the beginning of 2020). Over the past 12 months, Second Inversion has published an average of 5 articles per month.
Second Inversion in the last 36 months
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We often think of classical music as kind of the opposite of folk music. Classical music values complexity, precision, and perfection—it runs counter to some of the warmth, immediacy, and community-oriented aspects that are so central to folk music. And …
America is a melting pot—and so is our music. From folk to jazz, pop, classical, and the avant-garde, American music has always been a merging of different cultures, influences, and ideas. And as you travel to different parts of the …
Music is rooted in change: chord change, tempo change, dynamic change. But music can also ignite change. It can bring people together, create a dialogue, and make you listen just a little bit differently. On this week’s episode of Second …
If there’s one thing fairy tales and fantasy novels have taught us, it’s that there is something magical about midnight. That’s always when the portal to another world closes, when humans turn to monsters, and when monsters wreak havoc. If …
Monsters and witches and werewolves, oh my! The spooky season is upon us—and nothing sets the scene for All Hallows’ Eve quite like some ghostly music. Let us provide the soundtrack for your Halloween haunts. On this Saturday’s episode of …
Vampires never die—and there’s one in particular who keeps coming back to haunt us. When Bram Stoker first penned the immortal tale of Dracula back in 1897, even he probably couldn’t have imagined the coffin he was opening. The vampire …
From ocean to desert, forest to tundra, composers have always found music in nature. The rhythm of waves, the rustling of leaves, the song of the mountain—or the colors of the wind. On this Saturday’s episode of Second Inversion, we’ll …
The string quartet is an ensemble that just about every composer writes for at some point in their career. Two violins, one viola, one cello—and an entire world of possibilities. Robert Schumann described the string quartet as a conversation among …