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  1726 in music - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
See also: 1725 in music, other events of 1726, 1727 in music, list of years in music.
Johann Sebastian Bach copies and performs 18 church cantatas written by his cousin, Johann Ludwig Bach.
April 12 - Charles Burney, music historian (d.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/1726_in_music   (81 words)

  
 Lambert Orkis - Keys to the Future
Music is, and yet it is infinitely more than it is; the mystery of musical thought and meaning cannot be expressed in words.
With no break in the music this is followed by Part III, which is for all practical purposes, a reprise, in reverse order, of Part I. A brief reminiscence of the Variation theme brings the sonata to a conclusion.
Various musical recurrences across the movements bind the piece together and reinforce the sense that the work is conjured up rather than calculated.
www.lambertorkis.com /keys.htm   (1747 words)

  
 News Releases
But if it's classical music performed as it should be performed - by an ensemble in a baroque and classical performance style, playing instruments of the appropriate period in appropriate numbers - then you want to hear The Academy of Ancient Music.
A Cambridge classicist by training, he is also a writer and broadcaster about many aspects of the 'early' music world, and is often heard on BBC Radio as a presenter and a performer.
Featuring music by such world-renowned composers as Handel, Biber, Geminiani, and Vivaldi, the ensemble is a modern revival of the original Academy of Ancient Music established in 1726.
www.grinnell.edu /offices/ce/news/100220023/jnl   (435 words)

  
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The founding of the Academy of Ancient Music in 1726 was a landmark in the tradition of Western classical music.
Indeed, the whole idea of performing old music was foreign to musical culture of this time; it was presumed that works would always pass out of use as taste changed.
Music of the seventeenth century was even more commonly Italian than that of the previous century, even though there was not a great amount of it in the repertory.
www.aam.co.uk /features/aam18c.htm   (1844 words)

  
 PhillyVisitor: Philadelphia Music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
The musical sets are scheduled for 5:45 to 6:45 p.m.
PCMS is the largest chamber music presenter in the U.S., and a resident company of the Kimmel Center.
Outdoors at the Mann Music Center for the summer, indoors at the Kimmel Center for the rest of the season.
www.phillyvisitor.com /music.php?pageNum_musicstuff=1   (1270 words)

  
 St. Olaf College | Department of Music
Formerly the music director of the Tacoma Youth Symphony, Amundson is the founding conductor of the Metropolitan Symphony in Minneapolis and served as the music director of the Bloomington Symphony for 13 years.
Her specialty is the music of Vienna during the 18-20th centuries, but she also has interests in opera and American music.
Scholz earned a B.A. in vocal music education from St. Olaf College, where he was a voice student of Ella Hjertaas Roe, and master's and doctoral degrees in musicology and choral conducting from the University of Illinois, where he was a Danforth and Woodrow Wilson Fellow and studied voice with James Bailey.
www.stolaf.edu /depts/music/faculty/alphabetical.html   (9217 words)

  
 NewOlde.com - Antonio Vivaldi's Operas - Recommended Recordings, New Releases, Reviews   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Music apparently lost, except for arias from Artabano that were used in the 1719 intermezzo Dorimena e Tuberone.
The surviving score is of a 1734 pasticcio arranged by Vivaldi based on the 1726 version that includes 2 arias by Hasse, 2 by Giacomelli, 1 by Leo, and 3 other arias by unidentified "modern" composers.
According to Cross, most of the music apparently was lost, but a since a recording by Alan Curtis is planned, perhaps new sources have been discovered.
www.newolde.com /vivaldi_operas.htm   (2568 words)

  
 HighBeam Encyclopedia - Burney, Charles   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
BURNEY, CHARLES [Burney, Charles] 1726-1814, English music historian, composer, and organist.
1935) was one of the first important music histories in English.
He wrote The Present State of Music in France and Italy (1771) and The Present State of Music in Germany (1773).
www.encyclopedia.com /html/B/Burney-C1.asp   (251 words)

  
 Music Library: Collections: Notable Acquisitions: 1995/1996: Printed Music
The singing master's assistant, or Key to practical music : being an abridgement from the New-England Psalm-singer : together with several other tunes, never before published.
The musical primer, or, The first part of the Art of singing : containing the rules of psalmody / newly revised and improved, together with a number of practical lessons and plain tunes designed expressly for the use of learners by Andrew Law...
The Christian harmony, or, the Second part of the Art of singing : comprising a select variety of psalm and hymn tunes : together with a number of airs and anthems calculated for schools and churches : in 2 volumes...
www-sul.stanford.edu /depts/music/collections/1995_1996/note9596_sco.html   (467 words)

  
 World Music Central - US_labels
Arbiter Records is a classical music label with a world music imprint called World Arbiter, which focuses on classical and traditional music from other cultures.
Atlas Music is an independent record label and distributor, endeavored to bring to consumers contemporary world music of the best quality.
Limitless Sky Records is involved in the production of contemporary pop music, focusing mostly on the established groups who have been popular in Tanzania, Congo and Zimbabwe from the early 1970's, most of the members whom have been performing for over 30 years.
www.worldmusiccentral.org /staticpages/index.php/US_labels.htm   (3289 words)

  
 Zipoli, Domenico (1688-1726) Classical Compositions and Domenico Zipoli (1688-1726) classical music sheets.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Born in 1688 in Prato, Domenico Zipoli studied the organ in Florence, before briefly taking lessons from Alessandro Scarlatti in Naples, Vannucci in Bologna and, finally, Pasquini in Rome, where he became organist at the Jesuit church.
He completed the requirements of his novitiate at Cordóba, in Argentina, but died in 1726 before he could be ordained.
In Europe his reputation rested on his harpsichord and organ music, but he was able to make a significant contribution to sacred music in South America.
www.naxos.com /composerinfo/1158.htm   (148 words)

  
 Academy of Ancient Music - October 31
The AAM The original Academy of Ancient Music was established in 1726 for the purpose of studying and performing 'old' music - defined initially as anything composed at least a century earlier, but soon to include more contemporary composers, most notably Handel.
The modern revival of The Academy was founded by Christopher Hogwood in 1973 to give audiences an experience of music as it might have sounded at the time it was written.
Paul Goodwin's first recording with The AAM, a selection of Christmas music by Schutz and his contemporaries, was released in 1997, and his second recording, of Mozart's Za7fde, was released in 1998 to an enthusiastic critical response.
www.virginia.edu /music/tecs/performers/performers/ancientmusic.htm   (595 words)

  
 Music
The Orchestra Of The State Conservatorium Of Music New South Wales - Music Festival - Conductor Andre Skalski; Melbourne And Provincial Centres, Souvenir Programme.
The In terpretation Of The Music Of The XVII And XVIIIth Centuries
An introduction to Baroque music through the study in historical context of a limited but representative selection of works.
www.bspgallery.com.au /music.htm   (1931 words)

  
 Music
The music is sort of secondary to the bizarre spectacle.
This is new music that freely dips into rock and jazz pools of influence.
Clifton Chenier was the first to really bring the music outside the region, building on a regional hit of the song that lent its name to the sound.
www.citypaper.net /articles/2003-09-11/cover15.shtml   (2335 words)

  
 Journal of Seventeenth-Century Music | Vol. 2 No. 1 | Silbiger: Passacaglia and Ciaccona: Genre Pairing and Ambiguity ...
Their earliest traces in musical notation are in rasgueado guitar tablatures: brief chord sequences to be strummed back and forth, usually beginning on a tonic chord and ending on a dominant or full cadence.
In much triple-meter music of the period, metric regroupings, either in individual voices or in the entire texture, are an almost constant recurrence, especially near cadences--and in passacaglia and ciaccona, cadences are rarely more than a few beats away.
By "high art-music tradition" I mean (at least for this period) the tradition in which musical compositions are preserved and disseminated in the form of carefully notated scores.
sscm-jscm.press.uiuc.edu /jscm/v2/no1/Silbiger.html   (5731 words)

  
 AC '06 | Philadelphia – Not Just Something for Anyone, But Lots for Everyone!(part II), by James A. Rosenstein
Student classical instrumental and vocal performances at The Curtis Institute of Music (1726 Locust Street) (2/3 of a mile away) showcase classical performers of tomorrow from all over the world (most performances are free).
Chamber music and other special musical events at the Kimmel Center (Broad and Spruce Streets) (3/4 of a mile away) provide an ever-changing potpourri of musical treats.
Pennsylvania Ballet at the Academy of Music (Broad and Locust Streets) (3/4 of a mile away) is one of the nation’s leading ballet companies, performing innovative and classical numbers.
www.acrnet.org /conferences/ac06/articles/jr_article4_040106.htm   (733 words)

  
 Into Music Artist Page
For some reason, making experimental post-rock drone music with a looped cello, some fractured synthesizers and a lonely guitar seemed like a good idea - even if nobody in Dallas wanted to hear that kind of music.
All Music on IntoMusic is protected by copyright law.
You may download this music and make a reasonable number of copies only for your own personal use.
www.intomusic.co.uk /scripts/artpagenew.asp?ArtID=936   (306 words)

  
 Charles Burney - Classical music composer
Monuments of Music and Music Literature in Facsimile series.
In 1749 he became organist at St. Dionis's Backchurch, London, and in 1751 moved to King's Lynn, Norfolk, where he was a teacher and organist.
In its emphasis on contemporary rather than "ancient" music, the General History, differs from that by John Hawkins (1776).
www.classical-composers.org /comp/burney   (609 words)

  
 Lalande: Music for The Sun King
They make their entrance with this programme of music by one of the four composers assigned to Louis XIV's Chapel in 1683.
This is music which was highly regarded both in the composer's own day and beyond, and performed throughout the eighteenth century.
This is a thrilling release, of proud and sparkling music, performed with evangelical fervour and presented in recorded sound that’s as good as it can get … if you’ve never bought a CD of French Baroque in your life before, here’s the place to start' (International Record Review)
www.hyperion-records.co.uk /details/67325.asp   (345 words)

  
 Enjoy music and more Jeru The Damaja   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Mark Eitzel: While his claim to fame was the American Music Club, the group's frontman has always made a stronger impression on his own.
Benjamin Franklin tribute: Music on Franklin's invention, the armonica, played by Cecilia Gniewek Brauer, will alternate with songs about Ben sung by vocal students of the Curtis Institute.
Curtis Institute of Music, 1726 Locust St., 3 p.m.
www.premiereartistsgroup.com /rssnewsroom/index.php?channel=1&article=103   (1192 words)

  
 Musical Timeline
Through the links below the whole history of classical music can be browsed.
A timeline offers a unique viewpoint in studying the history of music.
Note - The history of music for the 20th century is still under construction.
www.classicalworks.com /his.pages/timeline.html   (77 words)

  
 The Music Show - 10/11/2001: Saturday 10th November 2001
The Music Show - 10/11/2001: Saturday 10th November 2001
Music details of each track are presented in the following order:
Gigs: Tonight at the Pacific Wave Festival in Casula (Sydney)
www.abc.net.au /rn/music/mshow/s413217.htm   (56 words)

  
 Learn more about 1726 in the online encyclopedia.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Learn more about 1726 in the online encyclopedia.
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Jacques-Donatien Le Ray -- a "Father of the American Revolution"
www.onlineencyclopedia.org /1/17/1726.html   (162 words)

  
 Music Venues for Oregon and Washington USA
Stage plays, music and dance concerts, comedy and musical revues along with exhibited works by artists make for a blending of diverse art forms.
Musical artists with jazz, acoustic and blues experience are asked to submit demo tape and bio with references to address above.
Carved in the high basalt cliffs overlooking the Columbia River gorge, the lawn-covered terraces of the Gorge amphitheater have become the hottest destination for the concert enthusiasts in the Pacific Northwest.
www.indieavenue.com /venues-links.html   (1813 words)

  
 University of Pennsylvania - Department of Music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
One of Philadelphia’s premiere ensembles performs music from Benjamin Franklin’s lifetime.
A variety of small ensembles performing instrumental and vocal music from the Baroque era.
Admission to all Department of Music concerts is FREE to Penn students, faculty, and staff with PennCard (one free ticket per student).
www.sas.upenn.edu /music/performance/schedule.html   (338 words)

  
 2115Chapter17.html
Born in Venice, received musical training, ordained as a priest
Wrote 5 cycles of cantatas for the church year, and music for civic events
(the "Musical Offering," 1747): on a theme given to him by King Frederich the Great, on which he improvised for the King, later engraving the pieces and presenting them to the King
www.music.vt.edu /faculty/howell/2115/2115ChapterHandouts/2115Chapter17.html   (857 words)

  
 © MELODY LANE: MIDI Songbook, Page Twenty-Three
Music by Chauncey Olcott and Ernest Ball (1910)
A truly funny song about a teen girl who longs to bleach her brown hair blonde.
Music by Harry von Tilzer & Words by Vincent Bryan (1909) 
www.melodylane.net /standards23.html   (237 words)

  
 Music, Genres, Classical,
This is a ring for lovers of classical music to enter their site and be appart of a webring for the art of Classical Music
This Ring may include pages on composers, genres of Classical Music, specific instruments, teaching of instruments, voice, choral, orchestral, or other musical media under the umbrella of CLASSICAL MUSIC in Western culture.
Music can thus be defined as an art form that arranges sounds in a fashion that follows certain natural principles and provides that special inner feeling of happiness and contentment.
dir.webring.com /rw?d=Music/Genres/Classical   (653 words)

  
 New Scores April-June 2000   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
PIANO MUSIC / CLARA SCHUMANN ; SELECTED AND WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY NANCY B.
Waltham, MA : F.E. Warren Music Service, c1998.
A TREASURY OF EARLY MUSIC : MASTERWORKS OF THE MIDDLE AGES, THE RENAISSANCE, AND THE BAROQUE ERA / COMPLIED AND EDITED, WITH NOTES, BY CARL PARRISH.
www.oberlin.edu /library/colldev/newbooks/jan_mar01/NS-S_Z.html   (2142 words)

  
 BlueBeat.com - Artist: Academy Of Ancient Music
Keyboardist Christopher Hogwood established the Academy of Ancient Music in 1973, using as his model an ensemble that had been founded in 1726 to perform music that was at least 150 years old.
Thus, Hogwood's orchestra was one of the first in modern times to perform Baroque works on Baroque instruments.
The ensemble marked the year by also celebrating the Corelli anniversary and the 60th birthday of John Tavener in special concerts, and by beginning an exploration of the music of Mendelssohn, once again expanding its musicological horizons.
www.bluebeat.com /artists/44   (417 words)

  
 Finale Showcase Home   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
A FREE application that allows you to view, edit, transpose, play, print, and save music downloaded from the Finale Showcase.
This is the place where composers, arrangers, educators, and students can post their Finale, Finale Guitar, Allegro, PrintMusic, Finale Songwriter, or Finale NotePad music files for shared viewing, playing, transposing, and printing.
All registered Finale, Finale Guitar, Allegro, PrintMusic, Finale Songwriter and Finale NotePad users are invited to post their own music files here.
www.finalemusic.com /showcase/fs_home.asp   (185 words)

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