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Videos by Music (28)

From Ancient Greece to Kendall T: The Musical Legacy of Pythagoras

From Ancient Greece to Kendall T: T...

Added 4 years ago | 00:21:28 | 4846 views

Michael Scott Cuthbert, Assistant Professor, Music and Theater MIT Council for the Arts: Annual Meeting, 2010

MIT Rambax Rehearsal

MIT Rambax Rehearsal

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Added over 4 years ago | 00:06:11 | 11703 views

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A sneak peek into a typical rehearsal of Rambax, MIT's Senegalese Drumming Ensemble.

Oori and KIOKU perform in the Lewis Music Library

Oori and KIOKU perform in the Lewis...

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Added over 4 years ago | 00:02:16 | 12235 views

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The Lewis Music Library hosted a concert of East Asian music by Oori and KIOKU on March 5, 2010. MIT student pungmul group Oori began the evening by performing traditional Korean music on a variety of percussion instruments, including th...

Lewis Music Library Tour

Lewis Music Library Tour

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Added over 4 years ago | 00:01:52 | 18204 views

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A brief tour highlighting the collections, facilities, and services of the Lewis Music Library. Filmed by Gregory Perkins '10.

The Chandelier

The Chandelier

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Added over 7 years ago | 00:02:37 | 14101 views

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A large-scale robotic musical instrument, designed as part of Death and the Powers.

CPW '08: The Traditional MIT Engineering Song

CPW '08: The Traditional MIT Engine...

CPW '08 Videos

Added over 6 years ago | 00:05:21 | 18997 views

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During the CPW Closing and Talent Show, the MIT a cappella group, the Chorallaries, treated the crowd to the Traditional MIT Engineering Song.

The Chorallaries perform at the Institute Archives & Special Collections

The Chorallaries perform at the Ins...

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Added almost 5 years ago | 00:23:15 | 10438 views

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Performance by the Chorallaries, MIT’s student a cappella group, at the Institute Archives & Special Collections - February 2, 2010

MIT Syncopasian MV: Please Tell Me Why / Bu De Bu Ai (不得不愛)

MIT Syncopasian MV: Please Tell Me ...

MIT Syncopasian

Added almost 5 years ago | 00:03:58 | 20056 views

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Syncopasian, MIT's Asian a cappella group, is proud to present its first music video, Please Tell Me Why / Bu De Bu Ai (不得不愛), featuring the Korean song originally released by Free Style and its Chinese adaptation by Wilbur Pan. Soloist...

Harmonix founder, Eran Egozy at the Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game Lab  11/4/09

Harmonix founder, Eran Egozy at the...

Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game Lab

Added 5 years ago | 01:25:00 | 19567 views

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MIT Alums, Eran Egozy along with Alex Rigopulos founded the Cambridge, MA based Harmonix Music Systems in 1995. Since then they have gone to create Guitar Hero, Rock Band, Amplitude, Phase and many other games. Eran was kind enough to t...

Logs at POPS 2009 Program

Logs at POPS 2009 Program

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Added almost 5 years ago | 00:47:17 | 6147 views

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A score of MIT Logarhythms alums and students performed at Symphony Hall at the Class Reunion Dinners, in the lobbies and halls, serenaded many ladies including President Susan Hockfield, and provided elevator music for those lucky enoug...

MIT Chamber Music - Beethoven Quintet

MIT Chamber Music - Beethoven Quintet

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Added almost 5 years ago | 00:26:34 | 10609 views

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For many years, the MIT Chamber Music Society has brought together very gifted and talented MIT students to perform the purest essence of music, chamber music. The full range of life's emotions can be expressed and experienced through tr...

John Harbison on MIT Students

John Harbison on MIT Students

Added over 5 years ago | 00:05:22 | 19130 views

MIT Institute Professor of Music John Harbison talks about studying music at MIT, subjectivity, and how MIT students have changed over the years. Interview recorded March 13, 2009.Funded by the MIT Council for the Arts.

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