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  Consulate General of Brazil - Brazilian Music
Music accompanied the sacramental ceremonies which were performed in village and church plazas.
African music was introduced during the colony's first century and was enriched by its contact with Iberian music.
Schools of music existed in Bahia in the early 17th century and religious music was played in churches throughout the colony.
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 American music
A high level of musical creativity was reached in the 18th century by the Moravians in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and North Carolina.
Music spread westward before the middle of the 19th century, mainly to cities that had a large European-born population.
The emergence of native musicians and the rise of music schools went hand in hand: the former needed the latter as places to study in their youth and to teach in their maturity.
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 Music publishing in Baroque Europe
It is generally accepted that baroque music "began" — if one can use such a term — in Italy, pointing particularly at Corelli as the originator of much that was to become commonplace in baroque musical forms.
Though Italy had pioneered the printing of lined music manuscript paper, actual scores were still printed using movable type, which was expensive, cumbersome, and too inflexible to reproduce clearly all the ties and other markings which are essential if the composer is to convey his intentions to performers with any degree of accuracy.
It was not until the beginning of the following century that Germany and Italy would enter the music publishing scene in a substantial way, with the founding of such names as C F Peters in Leipzig (1800) and Ricordi in Italy (1808).
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 Romantic Period Music [M.Tevfik DORAK]
Thus, a fertilization of music by poetry, fiction, philosophy and painting took place, and with it was associated a further fertilization by the spirit of nationalism.
In Romantic music, long sections -even an entire movement- may continue as one unbroken rhythmic pattern, with the monotony and the cumulative effect of an incantation.
The emotional range of music was considerably widened, as was its harmonic vocabulary and the range and number of instruments.
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 Dovesong.com -- About Positive Music (Musical Scales)
One of the factors that determines the effect of music is the particular musical scale from which the melody and harmonies are built.
The scales on which music is based are not an arbitrary creation of man; they are formed on very definite patterns that are the intrinsic to all nature.
The musical triad also corresponds to the three primary colors of the color spectrum that can be seen when light is passed through a prism.
www.dovesong.com /positive_music/musical_scales.asp   (642 words)

  
 Music - FUN Books
Music in Minutes Video is a professionally videotaped and edited presentation of Mrs.
Making Musical Kids: A Complete Musical Program That Any Parent Can Teach by Dawn Hoebee is a fun, easy-to-use book that comes complete with a CD of all the songs, rhymes and fingerplays that are in the book.
It also explains why regardless of the instrument they play or musical style they hope to perform, their travel agenda, practicing, will be the same.
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 Hollywood's Musical Movie Magic By MoonHunter
Without the music in the background of the movie, I was not experiencing the same emotions (or they were muted) that I normally felt when watching a given film.
Music can be used to set and reinforce a mood or a setting in a game.
My rules for music in my campaign are fairly simple in the end: Keep it soft, Keep it organized, Choose appropriately, Get Help often, and the big one --Never let it distract you from the game, but only use it to enhance the game or not at all.
www.strolen.com /content.php?node=1808   (2262 words)

  
 Chicago Symphony Orchestra - Glossary - Program Music
Program music is instrumental music that attempts to tell a story, render a scene or picture in a realistic way, or convey impressions of a character, place, or event.
The nineteenth century, however — the period of Romanticism in music — is the period during which program music achieved the height of its popularity and prestige, as many composers sought an intimate connection between music and the other arts, including literature and painting.
Music can only evoke feelings and stimulate associations, and the same piece of music will inevitably evoke different feelings and associations for each listener.
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 Polish National Anthems: Dabrowski Mazurka
Half a year later, the Directory of the Ministry of Interior Affairs (26 February 1927) officialy approved the anthem's text; on 2 April 1927 the Ministry of Religious Faith and the Public Enlightenment approved the piano arrangement of the Mazurka and published the score.
The title of the anthem was listed the first time in the Constitution of the Polish People's Republic in 1976: the Sejm approved the official text and music of the anthem in 1980.
The "1808 version" of the score is from Jeszcze Polska nie zginela.
www.usc.edu /dept/polish_music/repertoi/dabrowski.html   (876 words)

  
 Larsen School of Music
The curriculum at Larsen School of Music is varied and flexible for either the adult or young student musician.
If you are interested in examinations from the Royal Conservatory of Music, Conservatory Canada or another institution, we have faculty members on staff that are capable of guiding you with violin, clarinet, saxophone, piano, theory, history, and harmony.
Whether you are seeking to begin learning a musical instrument, expand the skills you already have on your instrument or, explore particular song styles/techniques, our faculty and curriculum offer you an enjoyable musical education.
www.larsenmusic.ca /t-lessons.aspx   (701 words)

  
 Ararat - Music from the Movies
Mychael Danna has composed a venerable tapestry of music for Atom Egoyan's film of the Armenian genocide of 1915.
The huge orchestra, under the baton of Nicholas Dodd, is not only joined by a number of soloists (Duduk, Saz, etc), but a plethora of authentic folk musicians from the region, and an Armenian choir.
The booklet has notes explaining the Armenian musical heritage of the score, as well as notes from the composer and director.
www.musicfromthemovies.com /review.asp?ID=1808   (365 words)

  
 Parisian Music
The music on this CD was all published in Paris.
The Concerto No. 5 represents his "cor mixte" style of playing keeping to the middle register of the F horn.
Antonin Reicha (1770 - 1836) left his native Prague to live in Vienna in 1802 and in 1808 settled in Paris where is composition students included Berlioz, Gounod, Franck and Liszt.
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 The Toy Trumpet   (Site not responding. Last check: )
People entering a music store to purchase a Columbia record in 1900 would leave not with a flat disc, but a cylinder.
One of the most innovative, unique figures in the first half-century of popular music, Raymond Scott delighted in conjuring up bizarre titles for his compositions, and penning complex arrangements which demanded musicianship of the highest order.
Scott's quintet performed on the CBS Radio Network's Saturday Night Swing Club, which, in turn, led to appearances in films, and when his popularity declined in the 1940s, he began a new career as a designer of electronic instruments.
www.sonymusic.com /artists/SoundtrackForACentury/ie/track/1808.html   (187 words)

  
 University of Kentucky School of Music
If you are not a Music major or minor and you just want to perform in one of our ensembles, we encourage you to audition.
Signup sheets are posted beginning the week before classes each semester on the bulletin boards in the hallways on the lower level of the Fine Arts Building.
You should receive official notification by mail from the School of Music within about two weeks after your audition.
www.uky.edu /FineArts/Music/admission/auditions/auditionfaq.php   (822 words)

  
 SantaFe.com - Music
The Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival celebrates the art of chamber music from Bach and Mozart to living composers in residence with concerts from four centuries of classical music to jazz and world music performed in the spring and summer by world-class musicians.
Often, the group performs without a conductor in order to establish the spontaneous quality of the music that was typical during that period.
The Santa Fe Jazz and International Music Festival is produced and presented by the nonprofit Open Arts Foundation in partnership with the Lensic Performing Arts Center.
www.santafe.com /arts/music.html   (508 words)

  
 Cal Smith - Biography - AOL Music
He was paid a dollar and 50 cents a night plus dinner, and his listeners were mostly migrant California vineyard workers.
It was a long time before Smith could make a living playing music, however, and he did jobs ranging from truck driver to bronco buster during the 1950s.
He was briefly married, but when his wife made him choose between music and her, Smith chose the former.
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 LESSON PLANS: 1063 Art and Music Lessons reviewed by Teachers
Music Makers - Students explore distinct styles that have characterized famous musicians and conductors.
By studying one musician or conductor in-depth, students become experts on this person's musical style and are given the opportunity to share.
A Musical Holiday Gift - Students display their musical talents on a recording that are packaged as a holiday gift for student gift-giving
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 Free Mp3 Hosting, Artist Pages, Dj Sets, Free Music Downloads
We bring musicians, dj's and fans together in one place to share their love of music.
Music, videos, photos, and blogs all bring you closer to your favorite musicians then ever before.
Likewise as a musician your fans are at your fingertips giving you the power to build real relationships with the people who make it all worthwhile.
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 CLASSICAL MUSIC ARCHIVES: Biography of Carl Maria von Weber
Find the music of Carl Maria von Weber in the Archives.
CHURCH MUSIC: Mass in Eb (Grosse Jugendmesse) (1802); Mass in Eb (1818); Mass in G (1819).
(1808); Kampf und Sieg, SATB soloists, ch., orch.
www.classicalarchives.com /bios/codm/weber.html   (839 words)

  
 Pennsylvania Pipe Organ on Exhibit at the National Music Museum
Pipe organ by Christian Dieffenbach, Bethel Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania, 1808.
Standing 11'9" (3.48 m.) tall, the instrument is a monument of early American craftsmanship and musical culture.
While a number of late 18th-and early-19th-century Pennsylvania-German organs have survived in churches and local historical museums, the Dieffenbach organ at the National Music Museum is the only example from this important tradition to be seen in a major public collection of musical instruments.
www.usd.edu /smm/abell3.html   (227 words)

  
 All Dat Jazz 'n' More!
I had posed to them the question of whether Salsa and Celtic music are polls apart like water and oil and it seemed to have generated a lot of buzz which saw them talking excitingly.
Dougie and Lino started with salsa music and there was a big climate of fusion music and a lot of bands were doing a lot of fusion.
A lot the music you listen to now and treat as absolutely normal, were shocking when it first happened.
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 Ailing music biz worried about glut of new albums
Another retail concern is the competition that music sales face come the holiday season.
So while traffic is balanced all year with music getting its fair share, in the fourth quarter, store traffic switches heavily in favor of DVD and video games.
According to one senior distribution executive, this year's slate is heftier than usual because, for the first time since 2004, Sony BMG will be able to match Universal Music Group in bringing big sellers to market.
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 Herbert Howells
Composer, organist, teacher, writer and broadcaster, Herbert Howells (1892-1983) is a major figure in English music.
His three choral masterpieces, Hymnus Paradisi, the Stabat Mater and Missa Sabrinensis, are classics, while his ecclesiastical music - quite possiblly sung daily in Britain - is the greatest contribution to Anglican Church music of the twentieth century.
He was taught by Brewer, Stanford and Parry; a fellow student of Gurney and Bliss; a friend of the poet de la Mare and of composers such as Vaughan Williams and Finzi.
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Before moving to America in 1849, Crouch was a well-known English songwriter who often chose Irish themes.
Marion Crawford, appeared in Metropolitan Magazine, and was immediately set to music by Crouch.
It is uncertain, from the lyrics, if the singer is separated from family or is calling from the “great beyond.” A typically morbid bit of Victorian sentiment set to a lively tune.
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 KFAI Radio Without Boundaries | 90.3 Minneapolis | 106.7 St. Paul
Throughout the week you can hear everything from World music to jazz, classic blues and folk recordings to the latest local hip hop and more.
If you would like to submit music for air play, click here.
KFAI, 1808 Riverside Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55454 Tel: 612-341-3144
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 - Classical Music Dictionary - Free MP3
In 1803 Spohr heard him in Brunswick and was captivated by his playing.
From 1804 to 1808 Rode was solo violinist to the tsar in St. Petersburg and enjoyed extraordinary popularity.
He resumed his European travels in 1811 and reached Vienna in 1812, where he gave the first performance of Beethoven's Violin Sonata op.96 (n.
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 MUSIClassical.com™
1808 Birth of Irish singer, violinist and composer of light operas Michael William BALFE in Dublin.
Ruben Vartanyan, an orchestra conductor who defected from the Soviet Union in 1988 and spent the past 20 years in Northern Virginia, leading the Arlington Philharmonic and other ensembles, died May 7 of a cerebral hemorrhage at his home in Arlington County.
All Things Considered, May 10, 2008 - In the 1940s, William Kapell was classical music's next great pianist.
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 Atwater-Donnelly Music and Poetry
In their ongoing quest as gatekeepers of traditional folk music and dance, Aubrey and Elwood treat their life's work as a rescue mission: finding old songs, writing new songs, and as always, giving voice to the quiet.
Their ease, warmth, and humor are well-conveyed on this, their seventh recording, as they present American and Celtic folk music, stories, and poems, unearthed through many years of research and performing.
This ballad is based on the murder of Naomi Wise in Randolph County, NC in 1808.
www.atwater-donnelly.com /music-poetry.htm   (1267 words)

  
 World Folk Music Company    1909 West 103rd Street Chicago
World Folk Music Company is now known as World Music Company.
Folk music will remain a big part of our lives as will World Music, Blues, Jazz, Rock and any of the other forms of music the great musicians who walk through our doors come up with.
We started as a small storefront on 99th and Wood Street when John and Julia Devens thought it would be a good thing to put an eclectic little music shop in the neighborhood.
www.worldfolkmusiccompany.com /main.htm   (159 words)

  
 allmusic ((( Symphony No. 6 in F major ("Pastoral"), Op. 68 > Overview )))
You know your music - so do we.
For roughly 175 years, the music appreciation racket has told us that Beethoven composed symphonies in contrasting odd-even pairs after 1803, none more startling than the heaven-storming Fifth and bucolic Sixth.
Originally, however, he assigned the designation of "No. 5" to the Pastoral for their shared debut on surely the most historic night in Western music, December 22, 1808.
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