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 UTC Graduate School | Music
Major Ensemble Conducting Assistant (Music 500r) - usually during the second year of study, graduate conducting students are assigned as conducting assistant to a large ensemble, enroll in that large ensemble for credit, and serve as conducting assistant for that ensemble.
Graduates of the music education concentration are music specialists in local and regional public schools or are pursuing doctoral studies at major institutions, such as The University of South Carolina and the University of North Carolina - Greensboro.
The SIEM was established in 1988 as the nation's only professional development institute in discipline-based music education and was host to the first national invitational conference on discipline-based music education funded by the Getty Center for Education in the Arts.
www.utc.edu /Administration/GraduateSchool/programs/music.php   (910 words)

Traditional Art Music developed between the Anatolian Seljuk and the Ottoman periods and was performed at court.
Traditional Art Music began to be performed on the State radio and television under the title Turkish Art Music in the second half of the 20th century.
Another characteristic of Traditional Art Music is the use of the "usul" or rhythmic pattern which regulates the structure of a composition.
members.tripod.com /ovh/music/traditional.html   (1079 words)

 Polish Music Journal 4.1.01 - Paderewski: Tempo Rubato
Prior to his arguments, English-speaking music writers believed that performing in tempo rubato necessarily involves the use of "compensation" in the form of accelerating the second part of a given measure if the first part is slowed down, so that the whole measure remains of the same duration.
It is interesting to note the similarity of Paderewski's views on rhythm in music as necessarily "organic" and irregular to the ideas expressed by French composers, Claude Debussy and Olivier Messiaen, both of whom emphasized the unpredictable irregularity of natural rhythms and their importance for composition.
In the course of the dramatic developments of a musical composition, the initial themes change their character, consequently rhythm changes also, and, in conformity with that character, it has to be energetic or languishing, crisp or elastic, steady or capricious.
www.usc.edu /dept/polish_music/PMJ/issue/4.1.01/paderewskirubato.html   (3754 words)

 Classical to Romantic period music: composers biography
Homophonic, or unisonic, music was simple, with accompaniments often consisting of broken chords that were played as single notes.
Antonio Vivaldi was born in 1678 in Venice.
Johann Strauss the Younger was born in 1825 in Vienna, a composer well known for his operettas.
wv.essortment.com /classicalcompos_riyh.htm   (784 words)

 Franz Schubert
The son of a schoolmaster, he showed an extraordinary childhood aptitude for music, studying the piano, violin, organ, singing and harmony and, while a chorister in the imperial court chapel, composition with Salieri (1808-13).
Frequently gathering for domestic evenings of Schubert's music (later called 'Schubertiads'), this group more than represented the new phenomenon of an educated, musically aware middle class: it gave him an appreciative audience and influential contacts (notably the Sonnleithners and the baritone J.M. Vogl), as well as the confidence, in 1818, to break with schoolteaching.
Much of the music is of high quality (especially in Alfonso und Estrella, Fierabras and the attractive Easter oratorio Lazarus, closely related to the operas), showing individuality of style in both accompanied recitative and orchestral colour if little sense of dramatic progress.
w3.rz-berlin.mpg.de /cmp/schubert.html   (1046 words)

 98.7WFMT Radio Network | Music Mountain   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
One of the finest chamber music halls in the United States, Gordon Hall is lush and rich with splendid acoustics, providing resonant sound to every seat and on the lawn, where listeners can savor the music and nature at the same time.
Music Mountain has brought quartets from many different nations around the world and this year, in addition to the American quartets, we will have quartets from Spain, Denmark, Japan, and Singapore.
Music Mountain is the oldest continuing summer chamber music festival in the United States.
www.wfmt.com /radionetwork/MM.html   (913 words)

 Anglicans Online | Music Resources
The oldest church music conference in America welcomes clergy and musicians for a two-track workshop on music for the small-to-medium church and music for medium-to-large church.
LPM is a joint effort of The Division for Congregational Ministries Worship Staff of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, The Standing Commission on Liturgy and Music of the Episcopal Church and the Virginia Theological Seminary.
His vision was for the RSCM to help all engaged in church music to: appreciate the spiritual basis of music in worship; achieve higher standards in music making; and discover the glories of church music.
www.anglicansonline.org /resources/music.html   (3492 words)

 history of cuban music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
The cultural tradition of European music was at first fostered in traditional songs from Spain and the Canary Islands, even today this is a very strong influence in Cuban popular music.
In the 19th century European music again exerted a defining influence on the musical landscape.
In the realm of guitar music Cuba's ambassador is Leo Brouwer who deliberately incorporates Afro-Cuban elements, mostly rhythmic in nature, in his work.
www.uni-lueneburg.de /fb3/musik/kuba/folge/english/music/history.html   (542 words)

 Resources of Scholarly Societies - Music
American Music Conference [In spite of its name, this is a society website, not simply a website about a conference.
Music Educators National Conference [In spite of its name, this is a society website, not simply a website about a conference.]
Musical Organizations and Professional Societies [Maintained by the William and Gayle Cook Music Library at the Indiana University School of Music.]
www.lib.uwaterloo.ca /society/music_soc.html   (752 words)

 Secular Music at the American Antiquarian Society
Clearly, the published works reflect the musical taste of Americans in the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, and at the same time they provide social, historical, and moral insights.
While instructional works of music were published in America as early as 1721, they continued to have a decidedly sacred flavor throughout the century.
The growing importance of secular music in the nineteenth century is manifested in the collection.
www.americanantiquarian.org /secmusic.htm   (424 words)

 Starr Sheet Music Collection IU Lilly Library
The many interests, attitudes, and musical tastes of the common man and woman in America are well-documented in the medium of the song sheet.
For instance, French piano music is to be found under it composer in Section I or under "Piano" in Section II rather than under "France" in Section II.
The second is music from 1825 through 1879 further divided into illustrated sheets and non-illustrated sheets.
www.indiana.edu /~liblilly/starr.shtml   (1130 words)

 Sheet Music Digital - Romantic Period: 1825 - 1900
Music began to be used to tell stories, or to imply meaning beyond the purely musical.
Composers took an interest in the music of various ethnic groups and incorporated it into their own music.
Music was seen less as an occupation and more as a calling.
www.dalymusic.com /romanticmusic.asp   (525 words)

 Classical Music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
Music of this period is characterized by clarity, balance, and restraint.
The principle genres were the symphony, sonata, solo concerto, chamber music, and opera.
Compose music devoid of superfluous ornamentation, expressive of the text, and appropriate to the circumstances in the drama
www.mnsu.edu /emuseum/cultural/music/classical.html   (301 words)

 The Contemplator's Folk Music Microencyclopedia
Webster defines folk music as the "traditional and typically anonymous music that is an expression of the life of the people in a community." It is an excellent "quick and dirty" definition.
Musical genre is much more fluid now than it has been in the past, so the lines between folk, country, celtic and others are often blurred and crossed.
I retain folk for several reasons: "folk" encompasses most of the music here (though there are now many with known authors), it is the term I grew up with and I don't believe most people are yet familiar with the difference between folk/traditional/celtic, etc. music.
www.contemplator.com /history/epedia.html   (1302 words)

 CHAPTER 14 -- THE ROMANTIC PERIOD (1825 - 1900)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
Romantic music represents a much more personal approach to music, writing for the common man. Where Baroque music seems to be relating to a specific few and Classical music seems to be relating to Everyman, Romantic music is often a very personal journey into the private thoughts and feelings of the composer.
A major musical contribution, albeit an indirect one, was his almost single-handed revival of the music of J. Bach, bringing it to the public after a century of obscurity.
His compositions (mostly symphonies of gigantic musical proportions that are bursting at the seams with musical and literary ideas) reflect his personal tragedies, his restless pessimism, and the social frustration, decadence, and artistic upheaval of the the time.
www.gprep.org /~music/musikbok/chap14.html   (6041 words)

 Medieval and Renaissance Music - Early Music Resources
Music Theory in the Middle Ages and Renaissance
This site covers classical music in general, but has a fair amount of information about Medieval and Renaissance composers and music styles.
An archive of Latin Texts on Music Theory from the Middle Ages and Renaissance.
www.angelfire.com /mi/spanogle/emusic.html   (1394 words)

 David Rowland, Music Department, The Open University
He studied music at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, where he was organ scholar, and at the same time assisted the organists at services in King's College chapel.
He lectured in the Music Department at Glasgow University for the academic year 1981-2 and then returned to Cambridge where, in 1984, he became Director of Music at Christ's College.
He was appointed Lecturer in the Music Department at the Open University in1989 and in 1998 became a Senior Lecturer.
www.open.ac.uk /Arts/music/drowland.htm   (457 words)

 Felix Mendelssohn
But as a conductor and music organizer his most significant achievement was in Leipzig (1835-47), where to great acclaim he conducted the Gewandhaus Orchestra, championing both historical and modern works Bach, Beethoven, Weber, Schumann, Berlioz), and founded and directed the Leipzig Conservatory (1843).
Always a warm friend and valued colleague, he was devoted to his family; his death at the age of 38, after a series of strokes, was mourned internationally.
Less dependent on programmatic elements and at the same time formally innovatory, the concertos, notably that for violin, and the chamber music, especially some of the string quartets, the Octet and the two late piano trios, beautifully reconcile classical principles with personal feeling; these are among his most striking compositions.
w3.rz-berlin.mpg.de /cmp/mendelssohn.html   (585 words)

 A Short-Title Catalogue of Music Printed before 1825 in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge - Cambridge University Press
The collection of pre-1825 printed music in the Fitzwilliam Museum is one of the most important in the British Isles after the British Library and the Bodleian Library, particularly for its holdings of late seventeenth- and eighteenth-century music, areas in which the collection is noticeably strong.
Many of the books are from the library of the Museum’s founder, Richard Fitzwilliam, 7th Viscount Fitzwilliam of Merrion and of Thorncastle (1745—1816), one of the finest collections of the later eighteenth century that not only continued to grow in the early nineteenth but also survived intact.
Italian music loom large, but his interests were also broad enough to include French music by then unfashionable composers such as Lalande, Lully and Rameau, as well as the works of English seventeenth-century composers.
www.cup.cam.ac.uk /catalogue/print.asp?isbn=0521415357&print=y   (286 words)

 Miracle of Music
Curtis High School music director, Ray Scro, instructs Miracle of Music students at the CYO in Port Richmond.
Originally, Miracle of Music worked only with foster kids, but the group has now expanded its program to include children with special and financial needs and those that would not otherwise have access to music.
Musical instructions are in group settings - taught at the site of a particular organization, school, or community center.
www.miracleofmusic.org   (206 words)

 All Shop's musi* or singe* or compos* : Collect at Curioshop
Henze was musical director of the German Theater in Konstanz (1948-1950) and composer and adviser on ballet for the Wiesbaden State Theater...
Joe Cocker is one of rock and roll's enduring performers who has survived the sixties, a low period in the seventies, made a comeback in the eighties, and continues to be a solid and consistent performer in the nineties.
Like most great composers his musical talents were discovered early and he was already composing at the age of eleven.
www.rubylane.com /shops/curioshop/ilist?ss=musi*+or+singe*+or+compos*&samedb=1&sb=Search   (1859 words)

 1825 in music - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
1825 in music - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
This encyclopedia, history, geography and biography article about 1825 in music contains research on
1825 in music, Events, Classical music, Opera, Popular Music, Births and Deaths.
www.arikah.net /encyclopedia/1825_in_music   (237 words)

 1826 in music - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
See also: 1825 in music, other events of 1826, 1827 in music and the list of 'years in music'.
Music by Carl Maria von Weber and libretto by James Robinson Planche.
August 27 - Hermann Kipper, music teacher and critic
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/1826_in_music   (134 words)

 1825 in music -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
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First performance of (German composer of instrumental music (especially symphonic and chamber music); continued to compose after he lost his hearing (1770-1827)) Ludwig van Beethoven's Ninth Symphony in England
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/1/18/1825_in_music.htm   (418 words)

 Classical Music and Romantic Music - Page 264
Polish composer, great master of the piano and music for the piano.
German early Romantic composer, especially of piano music and Lieder.
Wagner, Richard (1813-1883); Wagner MIDI Archive under "W" German composer of operas (Music Dramas).
trumpet.sdsu.edu /M151/Romantic_Music4g.html   (217 words)

 Keyboard Instruments at the National Music Museum
André P. Larson, Beethoven and Berlioz, Paris and Vienna: Musical Treasures from the Age of Revolution and Romance 1789-1848, with essay by John Koster, exhibition catalog, Washington Pavilion, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, September 12-November 2, 2003 (Vermillion: National Music Museum 2003), pp.
André P. Larson, Beethoven and Berlioz, Paris and Vienna: Musical Treasures from the Age of Revolution and Romance 1789-1848, with essay by John Koster, exhibition catalog, Washington Pavilion, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, September 12-November 2, 2003 (Vermillion: National Music Museum 2003), p.
Lit.: André P. Larson, Beethoven and Berlioz, Paris and Vienna: Musical Treasures from the Age of Revolution and Romance 1789-1848, with essay by John Koster, exhibition catalog, Washington Pavilion, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, September 12-November 2, 2003 (Vermillion: National Music Museum 2003), p.
www.usd.edu /smm/KEYBOARD.HTM   (7052 words)

 Austin Academy of Music
The Academy of Music is comprised of two music schools in the North Austin area—Pfluger-Rock School of Music and Northwest School of Music.
Both schools are private music instruction facilities with clean, spacious individual studios.
Northwest School of Music is located in northwest Austin at 8863 Anderson Mill Road, Suite 114 in front of Live Oak Elementary and Deer Park Middle School.
www.pfluger-rock.com   (185 words)

 Greg Bartholomew's Choral Music
The piece was selected as a Finalist in the 2003 Briar Cliff University New Choral Music Competition, where it was performed in concert on May 2, 2003, by the Briar Cliff University Chamber Choir under the direction of Dr. Mark Simmons.
The Oregon Repertory Singers presented the premiere performance at the Oregon Bach Festival on Saturday, July 6, 2002.
The text for this meditation on the rocks and the waves was written during a weekend stay there in 1978.
members.aol.com /GBartWeb/choral.html   (657 words)

 Virtual Tours of the National Music Museum
The Museum's eight galleries, which feature more than 750 musical instruments, are designed to help visitors discover the wonder of musical instruments as examples of inventive workmanship, objects of refined beauty, and artifacts representative of the central position that music has played in all of the world's cultures.
The grace and charm of the sculpture are accompanied by the peaceful music of the fountain's cascading water.
The Graese Gallery is devoted to American music and musical instruments exhibited within the context of American social and cultural life, ranging from the instruments of the Indian peoples of North and South America to those played by Civil War bandsmen.
www.usd.edu /smm/galleries.html   (2720 words)

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