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  Learn more about List of musical events in the online encyclopedia.   (Site not responding. Last check: )
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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 Essentials of Music - Composers
His music was often joyous and almost raucous, and yet he could also write melodies of simple and haunting beauty.
There seems to have been no genre in which he was not comfortable, and we can rightly point to his best work in any of them as the epitome of that genre.
Chamber music, including 23 string quartets, string quintets, clarinet quintet, oboe quartet, flute quartet, piano trios and quartets, sonatas for violin and piano, and divertimentos and serenades (Eine kleine Nachtmusik K.525, 1787)
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 1787 in music - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
See also: 1786 in music, other events of 1787, 1788 in music, list of years in music.
Ludwig van Beethoven goes to Vienna, where he meets Mozart, but his mother's death forces him to return to Bonn.
Music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and libretto by Lorenzo da Ponte.
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 UVa Music Library: Services
Music from the shrines of Ajmer and Mundra.
The Jasmine isle; music of the Javanese gamelan.
Troubadours of Allah : Sufi music from the Indus Valley.
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 naxos.com, Your World of Classical Music
Music for a Scene from Shelley is an earlier work, dating from 1933, and seeks to evoke the atmosphere of Shelley’s poetry in musical terms.
This is music designed to engage and enchant, and is the aural equivalent of the rococo paintings of Fragonard, Boucher and the Tiepolo family.
His musical language is based on a strong sense of architecture and drama, with generous melodic lines and a natural instinct for structure and formal coherence.
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 Dr Laudan Nooshin - City University London
Laudan gained her BA in Music from the University of Leeds in 1984 and her MMus in Ethnomusicology from Goldsmiths’ College, University of London, in 1986, where she also taught between 1987 and 1991.
She has acted as a consultant on Iranian music to the Horniman Museum and is regularly invited to present research seminars at UK Universities.
Music, globalisation and the Disney experience: it’s a small, small world, paper presented at the 28th Annual Conference of the British Forum for Ethnomusicology, University of Edinburgh, April 2002.
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Clerbois, a graduate of the Conservatory of Music of Brussels and of the Schola Cantorum of Paris, was a composer and director of the Clerbois Little Symphony.
Hillyer Garvin was chairman of the [CAA] Music Branch.
Music needs to be heard to be appreciated and I applaud CAMA for bringing world-class arts to their communities.
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 Fidelio Article - LaRouche on the Mozart Revolution
Since music is a form of language implicit in polyphonic forms of poetic vocalization (according to physiologically natural bel canto principles), it, as a medium of communication, must choose a subject for its utterance.
The musical system of well-tempered polyphony is not something externally applied to a poem, to generate a song; Classical poetry is composed, originally, in each case, under the governance of a literally musical idea in the mind of the poet.
One of the earliest recorded musical inventions of Leonardo is a "lira" (presumably, a lira da braccio) in the unusual shape of a horse's skull, which he presented to the ruler of Milan, Ludovico Sforza, in 1482.
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 John Stanley (1712-1786) : Library of Congress Citations   (Site not responding. Last check: )
LC Call No.: M7 Musical Heritage Society MHS 4382 Notes: Hans Musch, playing on the Riepp or the Heilig-Geist organs in the Basilika Ottobeuren.
Intrada ; Courant ; Galliard ; Battaglia / Samuel Scheidt -- Music for the funeral of Queen Mary / Henry Purcell.
Music of John Stanley Notes: Substitute His Music of John Stanley [SR] p1980.
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 Bach and Baroque Music CDs Catalogue. 100+ titles.
The music has just the right mixture of contrapuntal depth and invention, with melodies which are always light and tuneful, entertaining and relaxing.
We are delighted to re-present this recording for its warmth and musical integrity.
where baroque music originated, how music traveled across the European continent, how it was published and distributed, the different national influences, notes on performance and baroque instruments...
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 Life and Music of Mozart
However, his accomplishments were not just the work of a musical genius; Mozart worked and studied hard throughout his lifetime, putting his heart and soul into the music he composed.
His father, a skilled violinist and music teacher himself, encouraged his young son to play many instruments from the tender age of three; instruments ranging from the violin to the organ and beyond.
Mozart’s music can best be described as containing natural order and balance (a typical by-product of his Enlightenment, or rational, beliefs), and having a focus on harmony and uncomplicated-yet-unforgettable melody.
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 Coptic Music Web Site   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Ancient Egyptian Music is a field that some Egyptologists began looking at recently because it is the deepest reflection of human feelings and reactions.
Genuine music is composed as reaction to an inner or outer stimulae to a human being.
n any country, music is born of the land, it's sounds are acquired from nature from the whisteling of the wind through the fields, water and plain desert, also from the voices of birds, water falls and still silence.
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 Shape Note Bibliography
Music in Winchester, Massachusetts: A Community Portrait, 1830-1925.
Krehbiel, Henry E. An Early Period in the Musical History of Cincinnati.
Krummel, Donald W. Philadelphia Music Engraving and Publishing, 1800-1820: A Study in Bibliography and Cultural History.
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 Daniel Pinkham: Composer
His music, while not programmatic, is often what he ealls "affective," using titles or narratives to provide an extramusical continuum to which the music can respond.
Boston, in the meantime, has become the early music capital of the country, not least through the efforts of Pinkham himself; and no place could be a more suitable home for the musician and his music.
His music comes from a well-stocked mind, but it is full of surprises because of the way he makes connections among unexpected things; his irrepressibly vital personality expresses itself in humor and in unpretentious seriousness.
www.harvardsquarelibrary.org /unitarians/pinkham.html   (2441 words)

  
 Bach and Baroque Music CDs Catalog. 100+ titles.
Music for Amphitryon, Distressed Innocence, Fairy Queen, Abdelazer.
Three magnificent Anthems, composed for the Coronation of King George II in 1727 and received with enthusiastic public acclaim, alternating with the splendid Concerti a Due Cori...
We are delighted to present this recording for its warmth and musical integrity.
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 Southern Gospel Music Lovers
An integral part of the Southern Gospel Music Lovers website is the message board where individuals from around the world can interact and comment on all things SG related...and many things not related to southern gospel at all.
At an early age I began to sing in church, both congregationally and as a soloist.
In more than fifty years of singing southern gospel music by some of the greatest composers in...
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 Composer Biographies -Classical 102.1 KDFC   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Up to the time of Luis death in 1785 he composed chamber music for his court, notably string quintets for two violins, viola and two cellos.
From 1786, as chamber composer to Prince (later King) Friedrich Wilhelm of Prussia, he sent string quartets to the Prussian court, though probably never went there.
The chief representative of Latin instrumental music during the Viennese Classical period, Boccherini was especially prolific in chamber music: he wrote well over 120 string quintets, nearly 100 string quartets and over 100 other chamber works.
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Nor is it about the musical tradition of the Chinese peoples who came to California by the thousands in the Nineteenth Century — bringing with them music and musical instruments from a far more ancient culture.
The response with which the music loving people of the city are giving these musical affairs speaks loudly of appreciation of this better class of musical attractions which are brought to their mistÂ… (quoted in a 1984 SBNP article).
His playing combines the elegant finesse, richness and brilliancy of the Franco-Belgian school with the depth, musical intensity and authority of the German traditions, and all his performances are illuminated by the genuine warmth of temperament which gives to music life and inner meaning.
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 English Romanticism - Music
Chopin created or developed a number of new forms of piano music, vehicles for his own poetic use of the instrument, with its exploration of nuance, its original harmonies and its discreet but often considerable technical demands (Classical Musician's Dictionary)
Educated as a chorister of the imperial court chapel and later qualified as a schoolteacher
Made a favourable impression as a pianist and then as a music director, notably in the opera-houses of Prague and Dresden
www.uh.edu /engines/romanticism/music.html   (268 words)

  
 Wyeth's Repository: Notes
American printers had printed music from movable type as early as 1750.
James Downey, "The Music of American Revivalism" (Ph.D. diss., Tulane University, 1968), pp.
Editions numbered 2 to 5 appeared with various imprint dates from 1811 to 1823; 12 pages were added to the original 120-page volume in 1812, and 12 more pages in the stereotype editions of 1826-1834.
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 Sheet Music Plus - Clarinet Sheet Music
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Lyrics by Will Jennings, music by James Horner (1953-).
Music From The Star Wars Trilogy - Special Edition / Clarinet
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 dmusic.com - Online music sales falter   (Site not responding. Last check: )
And because of piracy, competition for entertainment dollars, changing demographics, the end of the CD upgrade cycle, online music sales won't be as fat as it predicted at the beginning of the year, says the company.
But now, "Due to overall music industry doldrums and lackluster digital offerings," online music will grow from less than $1 billion in 2003, to $3.3 billion in 2008, "when the Internet will account for 26% of U.S. music spending," it says.
At $750 million, online CD sales will remain essentially flat in 2003 and although Apple has rekindled interest in digital downloads, revenue from downloads and subscriptions won't be more than $80 million this year, states senior analyst Lee Black.
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1783 1784 1785 - 1786 - 1787 1788
May 21 - Trial of the Necklace affair ends in Paris
Muttuswami Dikshitar and introducer of the violin into Carnatic music
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 Fiddle Tunes of the Old Frontier: Related Publications   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Music and Steps of the Round and Square Dances for the Violin.
This selected discography includes those recordings and liner notes cited in "Henry Reed: His Life, Influence, and Art," by Alan Jabbour, and in the "Notes" paragraphs accompanying each tune.
Folk Music of the United States from the Archive of Folk Song.
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 dmusic.com | Your Digital Music Oasis
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The Internet record label and store Magnatune has announced a new policy whereby uncompressed, CD-quality music purchased from its site can be legally copied and shared up to three times.
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 KURSK
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Due to the amazing Buzz surrounding Spectrum in Los Angeles, London and Moscow it has been decided to move forward on the new CD with 2 outstanding Producer/Musicians joining the official KURSK lineup.
The new music CD is expected to have an enormous professional sound and will be recorded in both California and London.
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 270 Multi-media Resources
In your listening this week, you are to explore the world of your own music and its most immediate roots.
Your listening for this week should be a mixture of what you typically listen to and selctions from this material.
If you see a CASS number followed by a PHONO number, be sure you ask for both the cassette and the record, so you can read the documentation on the recordings.
www.sonoma.edu /users/j/johnsonw/music_270/270_multimedia_resources.html   (1405 words)

  
 Classical Music CD and Concert Reviews - MusicWeb International
We have been advised that the Miaskovsky cycle on Olympia is now available from Amazon France.
The concert also sees the launch by the Naxos label of the first volume of two discs devoted to Alwyn's piano music.
Zdenek LUKAS Concerto for viola and orchestra, Divertimento for violin and viola Jiri JAROCH Fantasy for viola and orchestra
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1783 1784 1785 - 1786 - 1787 1788 1789
Balusvami Dikshitar, brother of composer Muttuswami Dikshitar and introducer of the violin into Carnatic music
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 Heilig Sheet Music!   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Composers, music, lyricist, arrangers: Mitrea-Celarianu M. Classical, Heiligenstädtermusik (1986) Sheet Music by Hal Leonard.
Composers, music, lyricist, arrangers: Harald Genzmer, Harald Genzmer.
Classical, O Heiligste Dreifaltigkeit (Choral Fantasy for Organ) Sheet Music by Peters.
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 List of musical events   (Site not responding. Last check: )
1905 in music - Franz Lehar The Merry Widow permiers
1879 in music - Gilbert & Sullivan's The Pirates of Penzance debuts
1876 in music - Ricard Wagner's Siegfried debuts
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 UTSA presents Mozart's opera 'Marriage of Figaro' March 26 and 28 > UTSA Today > University of Texas at San ...
(March 24, 2004)--The UTSA Deparment of Music Lyric Theatre and Orchestra present Mozart's opera "The Marriage of Figaro" at 7:30 p.m., Friday, March 26 and 3 p.m., Sunday, March 28 in the Arts Building Recital Hall on the 1604 Campus.
Pictured in the UTSA production are (top photo) Mariam Huizar as the Countess and (lower photo from left) Jourdan Burger as Susanna, Charles Barksdale as Figaro, Adley Vahue as Antonio and Stanley Moody as the Count.
"The Marriage of Figaro" was first performed in 1786 with music by Wolfgang Mozart and libretto by Lorenzo di Ponte.
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 Schiller Institute LISTING OF Online MUSIC ARTICLES
LaRouche, Lyndon —The Science of Music: Solution to Plato's Paradox of the "One and the Many"
Tennenbaum, Jonathan —The Foundations of Scientific Musical Tuning
Your membership and contributions enable us to publish FIDELIO Magazine, and to sponsor concerts, conferences, and other activities which represent critical interventions into the policy making and cultural life of the nation and the world.
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