The sound that connects Stravinsky to Bruno Mars

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It’s an 1980s pop music cliche that dates back to 1910.

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If you listen to the first few seconds of Bruno Mars’ “Finesse” (hint: listen to the Cardi B remix) you’ll hear a sound that immediately creates a sense of 80s hip-hop nostalgia. Yes, Cardi B’s flow is very Roxanne Shante, but the sound that drives that nostalgia home isn’t actually from the 1980s.

Robert Fink and the inventor of the Fairlight CMI, Peter Vogel, help me tell the story of the orchestra hit - a sound that was first heard in 1910 at the Paris Opera where the famed 20th century Russian composer Stravinsky debuted his first hit, The Firebird.

The video above is, in short, a history of the original orchestra hit sample from The Firebird Suite to the 1982 hit “Planet Rock” to “Finesse.” And as a treat, here’s a playlist of way more songs with orchestra hits than you probably wanted.  

Playlist: open.spotify.com/user/estellecaswell/pla...

Fairlight CMI app: Peter Vogel CMI by Peter Vogel Instruments Pty Ltditunes.apple.com/us/app/peter-vogel-cmi/...

Robert Fink's paper: jstor.org/stable/3877522?seq=1#page_scan...

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