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  Encyclopedia: 1736   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Captain John Porteous and the Edinburgh Riots (d 1736) As Captain of the City Guard of Edinburgh, Captain John Porteous was charged with keeping the peace and when, in April 1736, two convicted smugglers were due to be publicly hanged, the public outcry was such that the hangman had to...
Claudius Smith (1736 – January 22, 1779), the notorious Cowboy Terrorist of the American Revolution was the oldest son of David Smith (1701–1787) – a tailor, cattleman, miller, constable, and finally judge – from Brookhaven, New York and Meriam (Williams) Carle from Hempstead, New York the daughter of Samuel Williams.
Filippo Juvara (Juvarra), Italian architect, was born in Messina in 1678 and died in Madrid in 1736.
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 1736   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The death of Pere Aulneau, 1736: the development of myth in the Northwest.
The value of English Witchcraft 1560- 1736 is primarily in its scholarly marshalling...
In Westminster, by contrast, the Gin Act of 1736 was a point of contested authority from the very...
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 Baroque Composers — Overview, individual biographies
His performance of sacred music, instrumental and vocal, made Lübeck a place of pilgrimage for musicians anxious to advance in their art, and the young Sebastian Bach himself traveled two hundred miles to hear them and to sit at the feet of the Master.
English musical life during the first half of the 1700s was dominated by the giant figure of Handel, who had settled in London in 1712; here once again, royalty had played its influential part.
As the 18th century progressed, European music was also becoming increasingly familiar in the United States, a particularly enthusiastic exponent being Thomas Jefferson, politician, diplomat, foreign minister to France, vice president under John Adams, two-term president of the United States, and of course, author of the Declaration of Independence.
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 Classical Net - Composers - Caldara
The guild's charter states that one of its major functions was the provision of adequate musical honours for its patron on her feast day.
String music was preferred instrumentally and string orchestras were often larger than the string and wind ensembles of Venice, the doubling of the string parts being a common practice.
Perhaps the clearest musical example is the overture to the work which bears the motto as its title, Fux's festival opera Costanza e Fortezza performed, under Caldara's direction as Fux was ill, during the celebrations in Prague marking the coronation of Charles VI and his Empress as King and Queen of Bohemia in 1723.
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 OSBORN FILES: Osborn Music MS
Musical commonplace book consisting of words and music to songs, the only identifiable is "A Dialogue between Corridon & Mopsa in ye Fairy Queen," by Henry Purcell ([1658-9]-1695).
Music scored for piano, with orchestral instrumentation indicated.
Consisting of a 4 part canon for 2 tenors and 2 bassi, set to the text "To Father Son & Holy Ghost All Glory be therefore." Written in the shape of a square to be read from four sides of the paper.
webtext.library.yale.edu /beinflat/osborn.music.HTM   (3225 words)

  
 - Classical Music Dictionary - Free MP3   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The son of a surgeon who was unwilling to allow him a musical education, Handel studied law at the University of Halle before moving to Hamburg when his father died in 1703.
The Water Music Suite is a set of pieces written in 1717 to entertain George I as he was rowed up the Thames to supper at Chelsea, and the "Music for the Royal Fireworks", written in 1749, preceded a firework display in Green Park, a celebration of the Peace of Aix-la-chapelle.
Music for smaller groups of performers by Handel includes a number of Trio Sonatas, the majority for 2 violins and basso continuo, and a number of sonatas for solo instrument and continuo, 6 for recorder and 6 for violin.
www.karadar.it /Dictionary/handel.html   (1138 words)

  
 Music In Print Guide
Keep in mind that these are just lists of music- they don't really tell you whether they are still in print- so you will need to search the resources in Section II to determine whether they are still in print.
Music for oboe, oboe d'amore, and English horn : a bibliography of materials at the Library of Congress.
150 years of music for saxophone : bibliographical index of music and educational literature for the saxophone, 1844-1994 = 150 ans de musique pour saxophone : repertoire general des oeuvres et des ouvrages d'enseignement pour le saxophone, 1844-1994.
libweb.uoregon.edu /music/researchguides/musinprintguide.html   (1597 words)

  
 Library - The University of Melbourne   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The bloom is on the rye [music] : as sung by Mr.
The flsmiths of Cologne [music] : a fantasia : for the piano forte / composed by Stephen Glover.
Armonici accenti [music] : voce sola : per cantar nel chitarrone, & in altri strumenti musicali / di Gabriello Puliti.
www.lib.unimelb.edu.au /collections/music/acq/2004-07.html   (3000 words)

  
 George Frideric HANDEL - Water Music [JW]: Classical CD Reviews- March 2003 MusicWeb(UK)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Energetic and full of colour the violin and oboe (is it Celia Nicklin?) shine out in the Allegro of the B flat minor as does the cello and oboist once again in the beautifully expressive Largo of No. 2.
The oboist is especially distinctive with a superb control of the arch of the music and the tonal qualities to match.
There are plenty of opportunities for instrumental finesse and colour and the players take them happily; sometimes there are moments of distinct heaviness but the chamber intimacy of much of the music and its parallel impulse to the soloistic suit the Academy well.
www.musicweb-international.com /classrev/2003/Mar03/Handel_Brown.htm   (905 words)

  
 - Classical Music Dictionary - Free MP3   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Pergolesi was a composer of instrumental music who wrote for the stage and for the church.
Pergolesi left a number of settings of liturgical texts, a body of music considerably augmented by later false attributions.
The deeply moving Stabat Mater (Mary’s lament on the death of Christ), for soprano, alto, strings and organ, was written at Pozzuoli in 1736, during Pergolesi’s final months of retirement in a Franciscan monastery.
www.karadar.it /Dictionary/pergolesi.html   (242 words)

  
 1736 in music - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
1736 in music - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
This encyclopedia, history, geography and biography article about 1736 in music contains research on
1736 in music, Events, Classical music, Opera, Births and Deaths.
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 Music selection
Select the music suiting the period you are studying and play it in the background.
The selection list was drawn up in cooperation with The Classical Archives from which a large part of music files originates.
Please note that download of the music files is not permitted, it can be done only from their site of origin according to the conditions given there.
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 Antonio Caldara - Musicology and Ethnomusicology - School of Music - University of Canterbury
More and more previously unknown and unheard music is being made available through performances, publications and recordings.
For many years Dr Brian Pritchard of the School of Music has conducted research into the life and works of the Venetian-born composer Antonio Caldara (1670-1736).
Italian music and composers in Hapsburg Austria Ambraser Schloss Konzerte, 1996, Innsbruck.
www.music.canterbury.ac.nz /research/antonio.shtml   (840 words)

  
 MTO Dissertation Index   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
"The Seventy-Seven Partitions of the Aggregate: Analytical and Theoretical Implications." Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester, 1992.
"Informal Music Analysis: A Critique of Formalism, Semiology, and Narratology As Discourses on Music." University of Pennsylvania, 1996.
"Semiotics and Mahler: Analyses of Musical Signification in the Sixth Symphony." Cambridge University, 1993.
www.societymusictheory.org /mto/docs/diss-index.html   (4067 words)

  
 History of the Classical Period of Music
music of this period was generally of an orderly nature, with qualities of clarity and balance, and emphasising formal beauty rather than emotional expression
the brilliance and gaiety on the surface of his music contrasts with the underlying vein of melancholy, giving it an ambivalence which is fascinating and provocative (eg.
wrote over 600 songs as well as operas, stage music, symphonies, church music, chamber music, and piano sonatas, all of which, even the happiest, had a tinge of sadness, especially his later works when he was increasingly ill.
www.ayton.id.au /gary/History/Music/H_MusicC1.htm   (1927 words)

  
 ON CLASSICAL. Georg Friedrich Handel biography
He was successful in developing a new form, English oratorio, which combined the musical felicities of the Italian operatic style with an increased rĂ´le for the chorus, relative economy of production and the satisfaction of an English and religious text, elements that appealed to English Protestant sensibilities.
The Water Music is a set of pieces written in 1717 to entertain George I as he was rowed up the Thames to supper at Chelsea, and the Music for the Royal Fireworks, written in 1749, preceded a firework display in Green Park, a celebration of the Peace of Aix-la-chapelle.
Music for smaller groups of performers by Handel includes a number of Trio Sonatas, the majority for two violins and basso continuo, and a number of sonatas for solo instrument and continuo, six for recorder and six for violin.
www.kunstderfuge.com /bios/handel.html   (1213 words)

  
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The idea, however, was abandoned as it became obvious that the most powerful computers and fabulous synthesizers could not reproduce the unique richness, sensitivity and emotion of the human voice.
Since no single living person has the vocal range of a castrato (three and a half octaves), the musical team decided to try and work with two voices, a counter-tenor and a soprano, with the objective of digitally fusing them so they would sound like a single voice.
The process was lengthy and complicated, at times the music was edited note by note.
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 HOASM: Antonio Lotti   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Studied with Legrenzi from at least 1683; made a career at St. Mark's, singing alto from 1689 and serving as second organist's assistant (1690-92), second organist (1692-1704), first organist (1704-36), and maestro di cappella (from 1736).
He produced sacred music both for St. Mark's and for the Ospedale degli incurabili, where he was active prior to Porpora's appointment in 1726.
Burney reported being moved to tears by Lotti's music during a visit to Venice in 1770.
www.hoasm.org /VIIF/Lotti.html   (156 words)

  
 Donald MacLaren Simmons Sheet Music Collection
The sheet music in the Collection originally belonged to Donald M. Simmons (1889-1960), a New Jersey native.
"When he saw his piles of music growing threateningly on the top of his upright piano, getting mixed up and dog-eared as well, he was inspired to have it bound by the year, availing himself of the new spiral-binding that was just becoming available," his daughter Mary Elizabeth (Daisy) explained.
The music pages were removed from the spiral bindings for preservation reasons.
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 List of musical events   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
1967 in music - The Beatles release Sgt.
1913 in music - near-riot at premiere of Stravinsky's Rite of Spring
1786 in music - Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro
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 Encyclopedia: 1770   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
See also: 1769 in music, other events of 1770, 1771 in music, list of years in music.
December 17 is the 351st day of the year (352nd in leap years) in the Gregorian Calendar.
Ludwig van Beethoven Ludwig van Beethoven (baptized December 17, 1770; died March 26, 1827) was a German composer of classical music, who predominantly lived in Vienna, Austria.
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 Sheet Music publication - Handel Atalanta 1736 Ms
Sheet Music publication - Handel Atalanta 1736 Ms
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Sheet music is supplied on a firm sale basis and is not returnable except in the case of error or damage.
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 1736   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
In 1736 the Rev. Montague Wood, Rector of St Michael Royal, London founded the first school in Woodborough and endowed it with 60 acres of land at Blidworth, Stapleford and Woodborough.
The rents and profits from this land were administered through Trustees and used to provide a salary for the schoolmaster and for repairs to the school building.
The subjects taught were, English, French, Latin and Greek languages, writing, arithmetic, merchants’ accounts, geometry, algebra, surveying, navigation, astronomy, or any particular branch of mathematical or philosophical learning, music and dancing when required.
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 UMI 1736 Mellophone Mouthpiece 6 Mellophone Mouthpieces FREE SHIPPING   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
This additional mass keeps tonal vibrations from escaping through the wall of the cup, creating a mouthpiece that remains centered and focused, without the tone becoming too dark.
The rim, cup, throat and backbore are all of traditional sizes, making it easy to select the mouthpiece size perfect for any musical style.
Because UMI uses the highest grade materials and computer-controlled technology, each mouthpiece is consistently reliable, regardless of size or configuration.
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 Queer Jose De Torres's Treatise of 1736: General Rules for Accompanying on the Organ, Harpsichord, and Harp, by Knowing ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Queer Jose De Torres's Treatise of 1736: General Rules for Accompanying on the Organ, Harpsichord, and Harp, by Knowing Only How to Sing the Part, or a Bass...
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Jose De Torres's Treatise of 1736: General Rules for Accompanying on the Organ, Harpsichord, and Harp, by Knowing Only How to Sing the Part, or a Bass...
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 Recorder Music
These ancient music are so peaceful and may be best suited for the recorder.
At the end of the music, bass plays the most difficult part (may be at a skill level of 3) which may require some practicing.
The music is the continuation of beautiful and familiar melodies.
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 1735 in music - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
See also: 1734 in music, other events of 1735, 1736 in music, list of years in music.
This encyclopedia, history, geography and biography article about 1735 in music contains research on
1735 in music, Events, Classical music, Opera, Births and Deaths.
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 Handel Alexander's Feast 1736 Sheet Music, Lyrics, Chords!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Handel Alexander's Feast 1736 Sheet Music, Lyrics, Chords!
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 Song Sheet Music!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Classical, Sailors Song Op 68 #1 Sheet Music by Carl Fisher.
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 Jerry Joy Music - index page - Free MP3 downloads, CDs, Bio Info, Tour Dates, Lyrics and More!"   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Scary Town, Transylvania Twist, Creepy Creatures of Fright, Witch, Old Oak Tree, Creature Creep Kids of all ages, this music is for you!
Mix is a collection of ten songs about animals from around the world This music captivates kids as they learn well-researched facts mixed to the authentic rhythms of regional musical themes.
Parents love this music as much as their kids, raving that it's both refreshing and clever.
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