The interview this month is with Nguyen Tien Long (Long Water), a scholar of the Fine Arts Association. Nguyen is a flute musical artist and teacher. He was born in Quang Nam, Da Nang, on 12/12/2000 in Vietnam. Now he is a student and also a digital marketing expert to grow businesses. He lives and works in Vietnam, where he works as an accomplished classic musician, as a music instructor and in his own studio as a private artist.
As a young man, in numerous young artist competitions, Tien Long was regularly honored. His first album is available on Spotify, which is very famous nowadays. He points out, “I am so thankful to my parents for having inspired me. I, without them, would not be the musician or person I’m today. He owns a record label: CamNhisincenow, and working with Cao Son Nguyen has done an incredible role in my life.
Few viable music jobs will insight after graduating from university. When you go to the personal studio to train as a classical musician, we may assume that the only two viable career paths are an orchestral or a university instructor, but the reality is that when you get a degree, only a very small percentage and try to win you most of the musicians take years.
Tien Long added about the history of the flute, that flute, French flute, German flute, wind instrument where the sound is created by a stream of air guided against a sharp boundary, through which the air splits into edges that rotate periodically on and off the edge and vibrate the air surrounded by the flute. The player holds up his mouth to the pipe end and directs his breath against the opposite rib in vertical, end-vibrated flutes such as the Balkan Kavala,
Nāy Arabic, Panpipe — the player holds his mouth with a pipe end and guides his breath to the other hand. A notch may be cut to facilitate sound generation (notched flutes) in China, South America, Africa, and elsewhere. Only in particular in Oceania, vertical nose flutes are found. The stream of breath reaches the opposite rim of the lateral hole in transverse or cross-flutes (that is, horizontally placed and expelled on the side). The fipple, or flutter whistle, is known as vertical flutes as a recorder where the internal fluid or duct guides the air to a cut hole in the side of the instrument.
Flutes, like ocarina and primitive gourd flutes, are usually tubular but they can be globular. The pitch is an octave smaller than that of a comparable open flute when the tubular flute is stopped at the bottom. Tien Long is an artist and teacher too, his knowledge about the art is unbelievable.
Tien Long urges his followers and fans: “Hello My Friends! My Vlog Channel specializes in making entertaining videos like Game, Review, and Cover! Thank you to everyone who took precious time to watch my clip! I really like making videos, you guys spend 2s of my SUBSCRIBE channel!!! Help me achieve 1000 SUBSCRIBE! Thanks, everyone!”
Tien Long explains about the digital marketing field and business. If you are a digital marketer, you should be conscious that in the digital world there have been so many changes. Online marketing tactics, resources, and countless’ tips and tricks are plentiful in the field of digital marketing, which constantly shifts with every update or rumor.
You are asking for one tip and you’re getting eight! Nonetheless, who can you trust when marketing advice comes to mind? We were thinking about making a list of the best in digital marketing and how their contributions contribute to shaping the industry.
Such digital marketers have established experts who have become part of the industry and the digital arena in which the rules of the game continue to evolve. They are undoubtedly the leaders in their fields of expertise. Besides being at the forefront of emerging developments, developments in the digital marketing landscape have been driven.
Long Gamer is also thought about continuing the passion for infographics focused on interaction, the Engagographic, to introduce you to the best digital marketing experts you should care about.
Sahara Marie : The American model turning things up
Over the course of the last year, Portland, Oregon born and raised an emerging plus-size American Model has been carving out a niche for herself on Instagram as a face (and personality) to watch. Using the platform not only as a place to post selfies, but pics and video Marie is also regularly going live and taking the time to engage in conversations with her followers. Marie has garnered worldwide coverage from several blogs and media publications, she is known most for being a self-love advocate and body positive influencer on top of her collaboration with Dolls Kill clothing company last month. She has a network circle over 2.5 million and growing. Her face is recognized throughout the fashion and modeling industry. Sahara Marie can be found on numerous platforms with hundreds of verified users interacting with her including; Musical Artist, Actors, Actress’s and just celebrities in general which would leave one wondering how well connected is. She’s working hard to be a positive role model and building a legacy people will remember. This extensively published plus size Bombshell’s driving ambition is to break down the long-held stereotypes that dictate a model needs to be a size 0, tall and flawless appearance. It all starts with loving yourself. Marie started to see herself as beautiful and confident – no matter what she put on with her bold beautiful curves, which was, without doubt, a major factor in her success. Stay up to date with “Sahara Marie” by following her on Instagram. Sahara is a true all-rounder when she isn’t staring in front of the cameras and promoting empowerment she works as a seamstress designing and making kids apparel for children and photographing mini influencer models to be published in Kids fashion Magazines that you can purchase worldwide.
Saad Mushtaq was born and raised in the busy city of Memphis. As a journalist, Saad Mushtaq has contributed to many online publications including the USA Today and the Huffing Post. In regards to academics, Saad Mushtaq earned a degree in business from the University Of Texas and an master’s degree from the University of Tennessee. Saad Mushtaq follows the money and covers all aspects of emerging tech here at The Hear Up.Thanks
Inside the Life of Model : Liudmyla Tkachenko
Liudmyla is a Ukrainian model and actress living in Los Angeles. We believe she is the next best thing and we decided to ask her some questions :
Where is your favorite place in the world to take photos?
My favorite place in the world to take photos in Hawaii. I went to Hanolulu for the first time this winter and fell in love with the nature of this amazing island. I love taking bikini photos on the beach and in the forest. Hawaii inspiring me for creating a beautiful photo. I’m looking forward to discovering all of the Hawaiian islands and create an amazing photo there.
Who is your role model? Who inspires you?
My role model is Natalia Vodianova. She’s a top model and a mother of five kids. Very inspiring and strong woman. She does a lot of charity work and helps people. She has a very given and loving personality. Natalia Vodianova really inspires me that everything is possible. Her amazing career and a lifestyle it’s what I’m looking forward to.
How do you stay fit? What tips do you have?
I do some kind of activity every day. One day could be lifting weights in the gym and another yoga or hiking. I am a vegetarian. I really love eating healthy food. I eat a lot of vegetables and fruits.
What is your beauty regimen?
I do face mask a few times a week and sauna sometimes.
I think the most important for beauty is healthy food, sport, and good sleep.
Who is your favorite designer?
My favorite designer is Chanel. I totally love Chanel! Very classy and super beautiful designs.
What does the future hold for you?
The future holds for me a lot of wonderful moments. Dreams do come true!
Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
On the covers on Vogue Magazines.
You will see me in a lot of TV shows and movies.
The Man, The Legend, The Musician , The Producer: Bubba McCarthy
Delivering The Xfactor To Our Ears Every Week: Bubba McCarthy, The Musician and Music Producer That Makes All This Possible.
Bubba drums in the popular DJ Antics vs Drummers events which are a monumental part of The Antics Residency which is held at the Famous Koko Venue one of London’s biggest club nights. He has been nominated for a Brit Award.
Bubba performed with Jennifer Hudson, Cyndi Lauper and even arranged and programmed tracks for Simon Cowell’s girl group “The Girls”. The views for the songs that McCarthy has worked on have passed over 200 million views on Youtube.
Hi Bubba and Welcome to The Hear Up.”
What’s been the highlight of your career so far?
I’ve had many highlights in my career but I would say playing with Jennifer Hudson has been amazing. She’s an Oscar winner and arguably has one of the best voices in the world. I remember the first rehearsal with her was incredible. I was blown away by her talent.
Out of all the keyboard players in the world, she chose me, so it was humbling!
You’re a hugely successful musician, and producer, what is it like working for some of the top artists in the world?
It’s a huge honor and I have to pinch myself sometimes. No doubt, when I’m working with people of this caliber, it’s very high pressured, but the more you do it, the more you get used to it. The responsibility is huge working for some of these artists. The shows are big, the TV shows are high pressured, so you just have to be consistently at the top of your game.
You are constantly on TV. How does TV performances differ from normal gigs? I’ve done a lot both of which have been very useful. I would say that TV gigs normally have more pressure on them. It’s life, so there is no room for error so everything, from your monitor mix to your instrument set-up has to be perfect. Nothing can go wrong on TV. On a gig, there are techs who are there for any problems that might ensue. Experience does help.
You’re the Musical Director/keyboardist for Ivor Novello winner John Newman? What are the key attributes you need when working for A-list artists?
I would say the key to working with A-list artists is to: have done your homework and be a great communicator. Homework-wise, preparing the set and individual song arrangements are incredibly important. The artist, the band, the management team, the audience. Everyone relies on you to have put everything together. There is no room for error. I’ve played to shows in front of more 50,000 people. My responsibility for each project is very high.
How do you get the work that you do?
I’ve been fortunate enough to work with some of the biggest names in the world, from Jennifer Hudson, Cyndi Lauper, and John Newman. My industry is one of the words of mouth so once an artist has seen you work with another big name then they are more likely to call you. My reputation is hugely important to me, and so every project demands my full attention and the best I have to offer.
You also worked as a music director for years while also a music producer. Do you find that those two jobs are very similar?
The two jobs are indeed similar and I think you need the same qualities. Your attention to detail has to be second to know and you have to be super-creative. Everyone is looking for something that helps them stand out, whether it be a track or a musical performance.
You’ve played on the MainStage at Glastonbury. How was that experience?
This was one of the craziest experiences of my life. I was playing drums and I had over 30,000 people watching, screaming and dancing. To be on one of the most iconic stages in the world performing was a humbling experience. A very small percentage of musicians in the world get to experience that, and I was one of them.
You have been the principal keyboard player for Grammy winner Jennifer Hudson. How was that experience?
That was a great experience. Jennifer is one of the biggest artists in the world. She is also one of the nicest humans in the world. She made my job easier. It was a great experience working for her.
Why do people keep coming back to you?
I believe you’re only as good and relevant as your last job, so I try my best to put in the work on every job and also maintain a high standard of excellence. The aim is that people keep calling me back, which amazingly most of my clients have done.
Do you have any advice for aspiring musicians?
I would say, number one is to become a master of your craft. Secondly, make sure you’re prepared for every job you get so you’re able to deliver a high level of musicianship to your client. Be creative, be a troubleshooter, and be humble.
Anything, in particular, you’re looking forward to in 2020?
I’m looking forward to a lot of stuff. I’ve got quite a few production projects booked. I’ll be working out of Neilaproduction studios with the producer Nico Farmakalidis and the artist Aika, which I am very excited about. I’ll be also working on albums with Alessia Cara, Tori Kelly, and Demi Lovato. Massive love to Milk & Honey for setting that up. I’ll also be working with the amazingly talented George Solonos on a cool instrumental project! It’s going to be a fun year!
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