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 Hoskins, "Savage Boundaries", Obi, Praxis Series, Romantic Circles   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
The storm music converts into a borrowing from the D minor Andante of Haydn's Piano Trio in D (transposed to the storm's C minor) as, exhausted, Rosa enters a cave for shelter (see ex.7).
The music for the first part of the action swells to its peak when Rosa sings and this is the moment depicted in Harding's watercolor of 1800, engraved 1801 (see fig.3).
When he traces the printed word "Freedom" the music dips to D minor with a glow of woodwind to color the phrase and for the moment we are aware that nothing highlights freedom—or indeed creates it—like slavery (see ex.10).
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 Classical Era (music) II - Andamooka Reader   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Thus, the Classical Period is often presented as one that begins with a transition dating as early as 1720/30 or as late as 1750, and reaches a peak sometime between 1770 and 1781 in the music of Haydn and Mozart.
Chamber music, which was long perceived as a symbol of court culture, became increasingly attractive to the bourgeoisie.
This music was simpler than that used for court or public consumption, and was designed for everyday use and performance by all who wished to partake.
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 Music Essays - Mozart
Because he was altogether a musician, Mozart did not allow poetry to make demands upon his music; and he would even force a dramatic situation to adapt itself to his music when there was any sign that it would overstep the limits of what he considered good taste.
His music, whatever it may seem to do, is addressed not to the intellect but to the heart and always expresses feeling or passion.
Mozart's soul, on the other hand, is youthful and gentle, suffering at times from an excess of affection, yet full of peace; and he sings his troubles in rhythmical phrases, in his own charming way, and ends by falling asleep in the midst of his tears with a smile on his face.
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 Literary Encyclopedia: Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) was born in wealthy provincial Salzburg, whose prince-archbishop's court and choirs and churches competed with Vienna for musical excellence.
Music cannot be thought of as single voiced and seductive, but rather as double, and capable of delivering not warmth and seductiveness, but, in the last scene, three screams - one from Elvira, one from Leporello and the last from Don Giovanni himself.
Mozart's music is not free to represent what it will; it has on it the marks of being written not to offend its patron.
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 The Friends of Chamber Music
But in 1781, Mozart left the employ of the Archbishop of Salzburg, Cardinal Hieronymus Colloredo, with whom he had endured a difficult and bitter working relationship.
The result is that Mozart's sacred music written before 1781 lacks the expanse and passion that characterize the C minor Mass and the Requiem.
This elides into the weeping sighs of the Lacrimosa, the music used at the conclusion of Amadeus to accompany scenes of Mozart's ignominious burial.
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 Learn more about List of musical events in the online encyclopedia.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
2004 in music - The Offspring releases Splinter
1967 in music - The Beatles release Sgt.
1786 in music - Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro
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 CalendarHome.com - 1781 - Calendar Encyclopedia
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1781 was a common year starting on Monday (see link for calendar).
Antonio Salieri selected as music teacher of Princess of Württemberg over Mozart.
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 UVa Music Library: Services
Klezmer music: a marriage of heaven and earth.
Salamone Rossi Hebreo: baroque music for the synagogue and the royal court / The Zamir Chorale of Boston.
Lalezar - Music of the Sultans, Sufis and Seraglio.
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 dmusic.com - Music industry pros want changes in Copyright Act
Music industry professionals want the Copyright Act changed so that it is legal to copy music which one already owns, a survey shows.
Questioned about CD burning, file sharing and copying one's own music CDs, 55 percent said they considered it an inequity that it was against the law to make a copy of CDs which one had purchased.
He said it was also interesting to note the widespread use of P2P file sharing to sample music before buying, the number of CDs bought both in retail outlets and online by music professionals and their attitude to downloading and CD burning of music versus the rights of artists and labels.
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 1781   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
MAGAZINES The Mineralogical Record 7/1/1995 Wilson, Wendell E. Jean Fabien Gautier d'Agoty (1747- 1781) was the fifth son of Jacques Fabien Gautier...
In 1781, a small group of French and...
Revolutionary War general camped here twice in 1781 as he maneuvered his troops against those...
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 1781 in Canada -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
December 18 - Troops sent from (A Mid-Atlantic state; one of the original 13 colonies) New York, to coerce (A state in New England; one of the original 13 colonies) New Hampshire grantees, learn that they will defend their rights.
American independence is assured by the British surrender at (In 1781 during the American Revolution the British under Cornwallis surrendered after a siege of three weeks by American and French troops) Yorktown.
By the (A written agreement ratified in 1781 by the thirteen original states; it provided a legal symbol of their union by gave the central government no coercive power over the states or their citizens) Articles of Confederation, Congress controls the western lands.
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 1781 in music -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
1781 in music -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article
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(additional info and facts about Christian Gottlob Neefe) Christian Gottlob Neefe takes on the young (German composer of instrumental music (especially symphonic and chamber music); continued to compose after he lost his hearing (1770-1827)) Ludwig van Beethoven as a pupil.
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Spotts Music Center, 1781 Oakland Ave., is probably the most well known music store in Indiana because of its location and size.
Along with running a music store, the Drawls also sponsor a guitar show each fall, which is in its eighth year.
Each of these music stores is unique and specializes in different areas of the musical aspect.
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 Tom Hulce - Amadeus Moive Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Then, one day his whole life changed with the death of his father and Antonio was sent to Vienna to learn music.
There was nothing that this musical genius could not write or perform.
Music seemed to be an extention of the young man...
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 dmusic.com - Why It's Important to be an artist who promotes.
D Music for a great example of a site that is well promoted and talked about and easy to find.
And why not make your music free for all to get in MP3 format since now mp3 players are affordable and the music is free.
The music you have downloaded is now a little commercial of the artist you have just downloaded.
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Usually the engraved music is from the original plates, so reissues have the same contents as the original, and I have assumed this to be the case unless other wise noted.
This book has little to do with music, but they have nursery rhyme versions of what are possibly traditional survivals of lost original songs for a number of tunes, and their concise bibliographies of other texts are very useful.
Song and "Death of Auld Robin Gray," "The Ghaist of Auld Robin Grey," "Jamie's Complaint, or The Sequel to Auld Robin Grey," and "Jemmy and Jenny's Farewell, A Prelude to Auld Robin Grey" are in Roundelay, or the New Syren, c 1783.
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 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)

  
 1781 article - 1781 1778 1779 1780 1782 1783 1784 Decades 1750s 1760s 1770s 1780s - What-Means.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
1781 article - 1781 1778 1779 1780 1782 1783 1784 Decades 1750s 1760s 1770s 1780s - What-Means.com
September 6 - Anton Diabelli, music publisher, editor, composer
1781 article - 1781 definition - what means 1781
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 Music in Varennes QUEBEC Canada - Pagelite Search The Canadian Web Directory   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Alain currently teaches music at École secondaire Le Carrefour (high school) in Varennes, Quebec; he involves his students in such projects as school bands...
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 Ridgewell, Rupert M. (1999)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
The Artaria publishing house was Mozart's most significant contemporary printer, issuing 45 editions of his music between 1781 and 1791.
Mozart's contact with Artaria is discussed in the light of three new documents: a list of manuscripts recorded in Ledger 4; and entries in Ledgers 3 and 4 showing debts due to the firm in 1784 and 1787.
Although Artaria's printing capacity was limited during Mozart's lifetime, the firm stocked and exported more copies of his music in comparison to any other composer in the catalogue before 1791.
www.sun.rhbnc.ac.uk /Music/Archive/Disserts/ridgewel.html   (285 words)

  
 Hi I am jay leong and I have a story for you,i hope you like it!
Mozart was a music genius and a child prodigy.He had an
As the three men were setting up their music stands for the practice,the five-year-old Mozart walked into the room.He was holding a small violin.
musical talent.Everyone was astonished by the"boy wonder".This was the first of many tours that was to set the pattern for Mozart for the rest of his life.
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 Clarinet - Music-Scores.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Serenade fur Blaser - Serenade for Winds Sextettfassung (1781) und Oktettfassung (1782?) nach der "Neuen Mozart-Ausgabe" - Sextet Version (1781) and Octet Version (1782?).
Concerto For Clarinet And Orchestra By Hook, J. For Study score.
Music Scores.com for sheet music and midi files
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 AllRefer.com - Antonio Diabelli (Music: History, Composers, And Performers, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Antonio Diabelli, Music: History, Composers, And Performers, Biographies
Antonio Diabelli[AntO´nyO dEAbel´lE] Pronunciation Key, 1781–1858, Austrian music publisher.
He published works by Beethoven and Schubert and composed the waltz theme of Beethoven's Diabelli Variations.
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 Books / General   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
This might be Sharon O'Connor's most complete dining experience, though for the music I prefer two other books by Sharon, the LIGHTHEARTED GOURMET, and ROCK N ROLL DINER, which has all those tracks from AMERICAN GRAFFITI and which I play whenever I find myself unable to visit Mel's Diner here in San...
The tab is accurate (it isn't always with some books) and the music notation complete.
Music Space - #1 Source For As Seen On TV Music & Videos
www.buymusicposters.com /music/index/mode_1781/type_browse/first_9/index.html   (432 words)

  
 Hudson Valley's Classical Music History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
The Dutch were primarily Protestant and refused to use instruments for music in church- they preferred to sing psalms.
The Hudson Valley was influenced by music in New York City because of its proximity.
Chamber music was played by a small group of musicians that would gather to play in a room, hence the name chamber music.
www.marist.edu /summerscholars/98/history/class.htm   (416 words)

  
 PINETREE PRODUCTIONS (Music Titles from PineTree Press)
Many of the music titles have accompanying high quality CD-Rs or Cassette Tapes, which are still available even though the books are marked SOLD OUT.
One of these stories is about his love of cowboy music.
The music he hears is from September 12, 2000.
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 The Music of Anthony Philip Heinrich (1781-1861)
Bunker Clark, is available from Conners Publications of Wisconsin, ISBN 0-965432-0-8 A 1972 reprint edition, in one volume, of The Dawning of Music and The Western Minstrel has been published by Da Capo Press of New York, in their Early American Music Series, Volume 10, ISBN 0-306-77310-4.
Mary (and Polly’s Consolation, or a Travesty on the preceeding Lament)
2 volumes of music presented by Heinrich to the Narodni Muzeum of Prague.
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 MUS 342: Music in Antebellum America (Wegman)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Judith Tick, "The Tradition of Music as a Feminine Accomplishment, 1770 to 1830," and "Accomplishment Becomes Middle Class," in id., American Women Composers Before 1870, Studies in Musicology, lvii (Ann Arbor: UMI Research Press, 1983), 13-31 and 245-49.
Bill C. Malone, "Blacks and Whites and the Music of the South," and Leslie Howard Owens, "Commentary," in Black and White Cultural Interaction in the Antebellum South, ed.
Robert B. Winans, "Early Minstrel Show Music, 1843-1852," in Musical Theatre in America: Papers and Proceedings of the Conference on the Musical Theatre in America, ed.
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