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 BBC - Classical TV - Eroica/Beethoven's Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
He seems to have been seriously depressed, by his deafness and the resulting isolation, by the failure of his marital hopes and (from 1815) by anxieties over the custodianship of the son of his late brother, which involved him in legal actions.
The traditional four-movement scheme and conventional forms are discarded in favour of designs of six or seven movements, some fugal, some akin to variations (these forms especially attracted him in his late years), some song-like, some martial, one even like a chorale prelude.
Musical taste in Vienna had changed during the first decades of the 19th century; the public were chiefly interested in light Italian opera (especially Rossini) and easygoing chamber music and songs, to suit the prevalent bourgeois taste.
www.bbc.co.uk /music/classicaltv/eroica/beethoven   (1101 words)

  
 Music Manuscripts
Much of the music is written for instrumental groups: it is simple to transcribe and will be invaluable for performing groups wishing to extend their repertoire.
Church music and oratorio composers include Benevoli, Carissimi, Colonna, Grandi, Steffani, Lotti, and Samuel Wesley; instrumental music is represented by passacaglias, organ toccatas by M.A. Rossi, a keyboard collection of 1679 and autograph collection of keyboard music by Piscine, string music by D'Eve and organ music by Frescobaldi.
Choral music by G. Porta, Porpora, Hasse, and Galuppi and a mass setting by Porta; arias and opera extracts by Galuppi, and 30 manuscripts by Porpora, 20 of them in autograph–including his operas Siface, Didone, and Trionfo di Camilla and many cantatas and motets.
www.nd.edu /~colldev/subjects/music/manuscripts.shtml   (5141 words)

  
 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
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1786 in music - Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro
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 1793 in music - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
1793 in music - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
This encyclopedia, history, geography and biography article about 1793 in music contains research on
1793 in music, Events, Popular Music, Classical Music, Opera, Births and Deaths.
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 HSP Manuscript Guide: 1900-1999
He was a frequent author of articles on law and other subjects of personal interest, and among the papers are typescripts of articles on Anthony Trollope and a history of his law firm.
Drinker's musical interests and activities are represented by some miscellaneous articles, speeches, clippings, and other materials.
Music notebook of William Wister McKean consisting mainly of waltzes.
www2.hsp.org /collections/manuscripts/1900.htm   (12393 words)

  
 Dolmetsch Online - Music Dictionary A - Ad
the music of the indigenous peoples of Australia is diverse and complex, and depending on the region, may or may not include vocalization (hissing, grunting, shouting, shrieking, falsettos, growlings as well as enunciated syllabic and melismatic singing of words), nonsense syllables, chanting, vibrato, tremelo, continuous singing and bitonality.
Its role was to produce light entertainment in French for the Court, to arouse public interest in music and to ensure a high standard of music teaching.
a portable, box-shaped musical instrument, developed in Saxony (Germany) and Bohemia (Czech Republic), with metal reeds set in motion by air from a bellows operated by the player; the notes are operated either by playing on a piano-like keyboard or buttons, or a combination of the two.
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 dmusic.com | Your Digital Music Oasis
The music and movie industries are giving people who have swapped songs and other copyrighted material over the Internet a new way to repent for their illicit ways.
Fermin, as well many artists worldwide, have offered their music as a way of generating funds for the folks that have suffered from the devastating effects of hurricane Katrina.
The Elf in Music News on Sep 20, 2005 at 7:25pm
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 Malaspina Great Books - Domenico Cimarosa (1749-1801)
Italian musical composer, was born at Aversa, in.
His parents were poor, but anxious to give their son a good education; and after removing to Naples they sent him to a free school connected with one of the monasteries of that city.
The organist of the monastery, Padre Polcano, was struck with the boy's intellect, and voluntarily instructed him in the elements of music, as also in the ancient and modern Literature of his country.
www.malaspina.org /home.asp?topic=./search/details&lastpage=./search/results&ID=895   (785 words)

  
 Classic Christian Hymns
Music is a very important part of every type of ministry.
Today's youth leaders are not only looking for music to sing but also to use as background music for dramas, plays, web pages, and amateur movies.
I understand that this is a great inconvenience but it establishes the history of the music, honors its creators and protects both of us.
applesaucekids.com /Music/MuHymns/Index.html   (796 words)

  
 Chapter 22 - Church Music - Congregation Versus Choir 1793
Hence, should a society, ever so large, and understanding the rules of music ever so well, render the service of song without the spirit, it could only please the ear of men, and not the great heart-searching God, who requireth truth in the inward parts.
Randall did not object to the regulation of church music by rule, but to monopoly of it by the unconverted.
Spurgeon had simply a musical director to lead his three or four thousand hearty English ;and Welsh worshipers in sacred song.
www.generalbaptist.net /resources/biography/randall/chapter22.htm   (634 words)

  
 Reichardt Erwin und Elmire CPO 999 860-2 [JV]: Classical CD Reviews- September 2004 MusicWeb(UK)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
In the 1780s he started to set some of his poems to music and in 1793 he put together the first of a planned series of six volumes with music on texts by Goethe, part of which was the 'Singspiel' Erwin und Elmire.
For Goethe the perspective of his texts to be set to music by a composer of Reichardt's standing was too tempting.
It was in 1793 that Reichardt finished his composition of Erwin und Elmire.
www.musicweb-international.com /classrev/2004/Sept04/Reichardt_Erwin_Spering.htm   (963 words)

  
 Metroactive Stage | Les Visitandines
THERE WAS quite a stir Saturday night at UC­Santa Cruz's recently inaugurated Music Center Recital Hall, where a large segment of the region's classical-music cognoscenti turned out for the American premiere of François Devienne's newly restored 1792 comic opera Les Visitandines.
It seemed appropriate that a significant bit of musical archaeology was receiving its premiere in the area's newest performance space.
The additional music was never published, however, and remained unknown until Dudley found a manuscript copy in Lille, France.
www.metroactive.com /papers/metro/06.05.97/opera-9723.html   (787 words)

  
 Berkshires Week
Music Mountain 2004The Kent Singers, directed by Marguerite Mullee, will perform spirituals, folk music, hymns and settings of American poems at 8, Music Mountain Road, Falls Village, Conn., 860-824-7126.
Music Mountain 2004The Shanghai String Quartet will perform in an all-Beethoven program at 3; The Spirit of Drumming will perform in a pre-concert celebration at 2, Music Mountain Road, Falls Village, Conn., 860-824-7126.
Music Mountain 2004The Johnson Girls, a five-woman vocal group, will perform folk and maritime songs and chanteys, at 7, Music Mountain Road, Falls Village, Conn., 860-824-7126.
www.berkshiresweek.com /061704?id=article21   (3153 words)

  
 EARLY MUSIC Part 2: Music Manuscripts, 1500-1793, from the National Library of Scotland
It has nearly 200,000 music scores, and its holdings of books about music and music periodicals have been enhanced by the library’s status as a copyright depository library.
Music manuscripts are also a strength and the National Library of Scotland holds a high proportion of the surviving sources for early Scottish music.
It offers authentic sources of celtic music, including works for dances and social occasions, and shows how local traditions were fused with mainstream European music.
www.ampltd.co.uk /collections_az/EarlyMus-2/description.aspx   (314 words)

  
 1793 in music -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
1793 in music -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article
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(Italian violinist and composer of musice for the violin (1782-1840)) Niccolò Paganini debuts as a violin virtuoso at age 11
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/1/17/1793_in_music.htm   (192 words)

  
 EARLY AMERICAN SOCIAL DANCE: A Bibliography of Sources to 1820   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Letters sent to England requested household servants who were also accomplished on musical instruments and orders for music of current fashion and harpsichords “of the latest construction.” Teachers claimed to teach “in the newest and most approved method from London and Paris” and obtained much of their repertory from the same sources.
In 1945 this sheet music was in the private collection of Josephine A. McDevitt and Edith A. Wright of Washington, DC.
The music composed and selected and the whole arranged as lessons for the piano forte by Mr.
www.colonialmusic.org /Resource/DancBibl.htm   (6004 words)

  
 MLA/SCC Newsletter, February 1996, no. 63
MLA'ers attended SEM sessions ranging from issues in Balinese music to crisscross and crossover in African American music to a discussion of the Aleksander Kulisiewicz Archive at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Leslie Bennett, Music Librarian at the University of Oregon and MLA's Publicity Officer, had asked for volunteers to staff the Music Library Association's table in the exhibit area when the Society for Ethnomusicology came to Los Angeles October 17-22 for their annual conference.
She was the hard- working and never-rattled member of the local arrangements team which helped bring a smooth and seamless atmosphere and friendly spirit to the conference.
www.bol.ucla.edu /~louisxiv/mla-scc/newsletters/63.html   (2146 words)

  
 90's Music Louisville, KY - Pottawatomie, Kentucky 90's Bands, Louisville 90's Bands   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
With drums, bass, lead and rhythm guitars and keyboards wrapped up in a 4 piece band, they are a very tight group musically.
Stretta will keep your party alive by sounding like the artists whose songs they are performing, while featuring the incredible vocal talents of Jon and Tammy Myers and the multi talented musicians in the band.
Moving Parts is a live, musical entertainment powerhouse in Asheville N.C. with a mission to get butts out of their seats and on to the dance floor.
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 More info about the poet: Henry Francis Lyte - references bibliography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Henry Francis Lyte was born on June 1, 1793, at Ednam, Scotland, and educated at Portora Royal School,...
Henry Francis Lyte was born in the village of Ednam, near Kelso, in Scotland,...
He was born on 01 June 1793 at Ednam in Roxburghshire.
www.poemhunter.com /henry-francis-lyte/resources/poet-6622/page-1   (662 words)

  
 dmusic.com - Playlouder launches first 'music ISP'
The new venture, called Playlouder MSP ('music service provider'), will create a 'walled garden' where users can swap tracks by artists such as the White Stripes, Interpol, Pixies, Basement Jaxx and Dizzee Rascal, but not share these files outside of the Playlouder network.
Playlouder MSP will also provide access to music news, information, offers and more rich content, including exclusive webcasts, radio streaming and a video jukebox.
Playlouder MSP has also secured the backing of MCPS-PRS, the licensing body responsible for collecting royalties on behalf of music publishers and songwriters, but as yet, the majors have yet to become a part of the new service.
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 Herndon Virginia Business Directory
In Home Music Lessons will save you time and headaches.
MCG Music -- 805 W. Redwood Rd., Sterling, 703-234-3950 ext.
Music by Anthem -- 1793 Ivy Oak Sq, Reston, 703-471-1968
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 EARLY MUSIC Part 2: Music Manuscripts, 1500-1793, from the National Library of Scotland
As such, this is an important source of fiddle and pipe music.
Scottish musical traditions are traced from the Scone Choir Book - dating from the first half of the 16th century and containing masses and motets composed by Robert Carver and others - through to the 18th century Cuming Music Ms and MacArthur Ms - containing works for the violin and pipes.
The Library is also a significant source of early French music, particularly in the Panmure Music Books collected by James and Harie Maule between 1678 and 1683, when in exile.
www.adam-matthew-publications.co.uk /collections_az/EarlyMus-2/highlights.aspx   (262 words)

  
 - Classical Music Dictionary - Free MP3   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Méhul made his name as a composer in Paris on the eve of the Revolution and later provided music for the new régime and in celebration of Napoleon.
His comic opera "Euphrosine" was produced in 1790 and immediately gained popularity throughout Europe.
Méhul was appointed inspector of music in 1793 and was elected a member of the Academy in 1795.
www.karadar.it /Dictionary/mehul.html   (139 words)

  
 WVA-Concordance-Line Index
1793 An Evening Walk Where peace to Grasmere's lonely island leads, 1793 An Evening Walk Bright beams the lonely mountain horse illume 1793 An Evening Walk Till, but the lonely beacon all is fled, 1793 An Evening Walk Or yell in the deep woods of lonely hound.
1793 An Evening Walk Long rails into the shallow lake extend; 1793 An Evening Walk And long, with wistful gaze, his walk survey'd, 1793 An Evening Walk Shall hide me wooing long thy wildwood strain; 1793 An Evening Walk And desert stone-chat, all day long, is heard.
1793 An Evening Walk In these lone vales, if aught of faith may claim, 1793 An Evening Walk Long may ye roam these hermit waves that sleep, 1793 An Evening Walk Nought but the char that for the may-fly leaps, 1793 An Evening Walk its veracity, that may amuse the reader.
www.calstatela.edu /faculty/jgarret/wva/ew/c-lin005.htm   (2622 words)

  
 Music in Fleurimont QUEBEC Canada - Pagelite Search The Canadian Web Directory
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Certified Piano Tuners, Registered Piano Technicians, piano teachers, piano stores, piano movers, piano sheet music and digital pianos can all be found here.
Area : Eastern.....street music, refined chamber music and glorious church music..
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 1792 in music - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
See also: 1791 in music, other events of 1792, 1793 in music and the list of 'years in music'.
This encyclopedia, history, geography and biography article about 1792 in music contains research on
1792 in music, Events, Popular Music, Classical Music, Opera, Births and Deaths.
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 The Domenico Cimarosa Biography Page on Classic Cat   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Domenico Cimarosa (December 17, 1749 - January 11, 1801), Italian classical composer, was born at Aversa, in the kingdom of Naples.
Because of his influence, Cimarosa obtained a scholarship at the musical institute of Santa Maria di Loreto, where he remained for eleven years, chiefly studying the great masters of the old Italian school.
In 1793 Cimarosa returned to Naples, where Il Matrimonio segreto and other works were received with great acclaim.
www.classicaldirectory.com /cimarosa_d/biography.htm   (1289 words)

  
 Music in Bromptonville QUEBEC Canada - Pagelite Search The Canadian Web Directory
Quebec's unique culture, its status as a founding member of this nation, along with its geography have contributed to the wide range of unique destinations there are to explore.
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 Sing Out! The Folk Song Magazine: Publication noted: an anotated listing of new folk recordings, videos & books   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Blend of klezmer, Arab-influenced dance music and the haunting mystic ballads of the Hasidim from Britain's leading trad Jewish music ensemble.
Russian Gypsy music laced with jazz, flamenco and other influences from trio on bayan (Russian button accordion), violin and vocals/guitar.
Using trad instruments, Hawaiian music and dance ensemble offers a selection of the musical accompaniment associated with this ancient dance.
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