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  Encyclopedia: 1860 in music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Musical theater (or theatre) is a form of theatre combining music, songs, dance, and spoken dialogue.
Music is a discipline, and a mistress of order and good manners, she makes the people milder and gentler, more moral and more reasonable.
The father of public music education in the United States, Lowell Mason, was known to many Canadians as a prolific composer of hymn tunes, religious anthems and as a popularizer of serious classical and romantic composers.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/1860-in-music   (1097 words)

 Encyclopedia: 1860   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Charles Curtis Charles Curtis (January 25, 1860 – February 8, 1936) was a Representative and a Senator from Kansas as well as the 31st Vice President of the United States.
Andrew John Volstead (October 31, 1860 _ January 20, 1947) was a member of the United States House of Representatives from Minnesota from 1903 to 1923.
János Bolyai (December 15, 1802–January 27, 1860) was a Hungarian mathematician.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/1860   (7962 words)

 Music Quotes - The Quotations Page
Music is essentially useless, as life is: but both have an ideal extension which lends utility to its conditions.
Music is the only language in which you cannot say a mean or sarcastic thing.
Take a music bath once or twice a week for a few seasons, and you will find that it is to the soul what the water bath is to the body.
www.quotationspage.com /subjects/music   (636 words)

 1860 in music - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
See also: 1859 in music, other events of 1860, 1861 in music and the list of 'years in music'.
First official modern Welsh Eisteddfod is held at Denbigh
December 20 - Dan Leno, English music hall comedian, dancer and singer
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/1860_in_music   (109 words)

 Gustav Mahler
His propagation of his own music, however, aroused opposition from a section of the Viennese musical establishment, and when the campaign against him, led by an anti-semitic press, gained momentum he was again forced to look elsewhere.
Even in the early Das klagende Lied, there are stylistic features to be found in his mature music, for example the combining of onstage and offstage orchestras, the association of high tragedy and the mundane, the drawing on folksong ideas and the dramatic-symbolic use of tonality.
Mahler's extension of symphonic form, of the symphony's expressive scope and the use of the orchestra (especially the agonized timbres he obtained by using instruments, particularly wind, at the top of their compass) represent a pained farewell to Romanticism; different aspects were followed up by the Second Viennese School, Shostakovich and Britten.
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 Hugo Wolf   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
For three years (1884-6), he wrote trenchant musical criticism for the Wiener Salonblatt, siding with Wagner and against Brahms, meanwhile working on Penthesilea (1883-5) and the d Minor Quartet (1878-84) and beginning a secret love affair with Melanie Köchert.
Yet he was original in his conception of the songbook as the larger dramatic form; each one seems to have been planned in advance to represent a poet or source.
Folk music, nature studies, humorous songs and ballads peopled by soldiers, sailors, students or musicians recur in the German settings, while religious or erotic themes dominate the Spanish and Italian songbooks.
w3.rz-berlin.mpg.de /cmp/wolf.html   (421 words)

 Music Cemetery   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The Music Cemetery may well be the first burial ground to serve the early settlers in and around Summitville.
The earliest legible stones in the Music are incised 1840, one for a son of Zachariah Robertson and another for Ellen Stanley who died March 2 of that year.
This indicates the very small number of families living near the Music Cemetery in the early 19th century as compared to the number in the early 21st.
www.cemeteries-madison-co-in.com /music_cemetery.htm   (736 words)

 UKAuthors - Periods Of Classical Music
The periods or eras in classical music denote not only changes in musical style and its progression as an art form, but it also supplies us with a linear timeline that provides a historical backdrop against which we can understand and measure society´s influence.
Early Music is a term used to describe music written before the 17th century.
It is characterized by sacred music such as Gregorian chants and by the music of Hildegard von Bingen.
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 Chicago Symphony Orchestra - Romanticism
Musical labeling is a notoriously sticky business, and any label that's supposed to apply to almost a century of music and to dozens of different composers —; composers as diverse as Schubert and Sibelius, Berlioz and Puccini, Wagner and Tchaikovsky — is bound to be exceedingly broad, if not completely arbitrary.
There are certain important elements and ideals, nonetheless, that form the foundation of Romanticism in music, and that provide common ground for composers whose styles don't seem, on the surface, particularly similar.
Among the musical forms developed in the nineteenth century as direct offspring of Romantic ideals and principles are the character piece for piano, the symphonic poem, and the song cycle.
www.cso.org /main.taf?p=1,1,4,15   (783 words)

 Carolina Music Ways: History 1860-1940
In the early 20th century, there was a movement from a collaborative approach to music between fls and whites, as seen in the stringband tradition, to a more distinctively African American approach and sound, as seen in the blues.
Fulp, born in Stokes County in 1915, did not start his musical life as a blues musician.
Fulp's musical horizons began to broaden when he became part of a pool of street musicians who played for clientele of tobacco warehouses in Winston-Salem.
www.carolinamusicways.com /history_1860.html   (522 words)

 Music for the Nation: American Sheet Music, ca. 1820-1860
This collection complements an earlier American Memory project, Music for the Nation: American Sheet Music 1870-1885 as well as the Band Music from the Civil War Era and Sheet Music from the Civil War Era.
Included are popular songs, operatic arias, piano music, sacred and secular vocal music, solo instrumental music, method books and instructional materials, and some music for band and orchestra.
The mission of the Library of Congress is to make its resources available and useful to Congress and the American people and to sustain and preserve a universal collection of knowledge and creativity for future generations.
lcweb2.loc.gov /ammem/sm2html   (238 words)

 History, Theory and Practice of the Electric Telegraph (1860) -- Music extract
It is an amusing fact, that music has actually been transmitted by the Morse telegraph, by means of its rhythm; in fact, it is of very frequent occurrence upon all lines.
It is well known that the pitch of any musical note is the consequence of the rate of vibration of the string by which it is produced, and that the more rapid the vibration the higher the note will be in the musical scale, and the slower the vibration the lower it will be.
The adaptation of this power to the production of music upon telegraphic piano-fortes at any distance which may be desired, is a matter of the utmost simplicity, capable of being successfully carried into practice by any one who has the money and taste for the experiment.
earlyradiohistory.us /1860mus.htm   (737 words)

 Free sheet music : Albeniz, Isaak (1860-1909) - Tango
If you praticed this sheet music, please contribute by writting a comment concerning skill level, quality of this sheet music.
We are proud to participate to the transmission of free sheet music.
Free-scores.com is composed of two free sheet music sections : the Direct free sheet music download section and the Directory of free sheet music.
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 Music Quotes - The Quotations Page
Music is the wine that fills the cup of silence.
Of all noises, I think music is the least disagreeable.
A musicologist is a man who can read music but can't hear it.
www.quotationspage.com /subjects/music/11.html   (590 words)

 GMCD 7243 O Crux - Spanish Choral Music
Finally, in 1851 the Church and State signed a Concordat, which reduced the size of music chapels, abolished schools for child choristers and banned anyone who was not a clergyman from performing music in churches.
It is not surprising, therefore, that it is impossible to find one main trend in Spanish sacred music of the time, and there was a general retrospection in all its forms.
century Spanish music incorporated a multiplicity of styles, which was reflected in the sacred music of the time; a type of music for which there was a great demand.
www.guildmusic.com /catalog/gui7243z.htm   (630 words)

 UCSB Libraries - Internet Resources in Music
Formerly known as the Sonneck Society in honor of Oscar Sonneck (1873-1928), pioneering scholar and bibliographer of American music and head of the Music Division of the Library of Congress from 1902 to 1917.
Explores the full breadth of Puerto Rican music, with descriptions of native music genres including danza, folk music, plena, bomba, and salsa, as well as related genres such as the Cuban son, merengue, bolero, and jazz.
There are descriptions and photos of native musical instruments and an extensive collection of artist biographies (mostly Puerto Ricans) from all genres, each with a discography, photo, and sample audio clips of their music.
www.library.ucsb.edu /subjects/music/music.html   (5558 words)

 1860   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Americans in Paris 1860 - 1900 will be on exhibition at the National Gallery through May 21st.
They are 10th on the table and -eventhough 5 points away from 3rd spot- they have no immediate interest -it seems- in getting promoted.
By 1880, Milwaukee’s population was approaching 200,000 people, a significant jump from the 50,000 in 1860.
1860.wikiverse.org   (575 words)

 Rykodisc Catalog - Singing Trombone - Bosch, Jimmy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
That’s a remark made to an 1860’s British music hall audience by a clown whose performance of the trombone theme from Richard Wagner’s “Pilgrim Chorus” was an aural equivalent of a drunk trying to walk a straight line; the person who recalled this performance and the wisecrack that followed it was writer George Bernard Shaw.
Presumably the clown’s intention was to work the notorious modernist Wagner for some cheap laughs by “playing” his music on an instrument caught in the popular consciousness between church pieties on the one hand and barnyard hokum on the other.
The early twentieth century improvised musical styles that evolved into jazz afforded its practitioners unprecedented freedom of expression; by definition, an improvising musician is freer to creatively use the natural sound and resources of an instrument compared with a re-creative musician who is committed to performing composed music as an act of perpetuating the past.
www.rykodisc.com /catalog/CatalogAlbum_01.asp?Action=Get&Album_ID=767   (1079 words)

 Naxos.com, Your World of Classical Music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
His principal musical training was at the Vienna Conservatory, after which he embarked on a career as a conductor which took him to important positions in Budapest, Hamburg and finally at the Vienna State Opera, where he made a number of major reforms.
As a composer Mahler wrote symphonies that absorbed into their texture and form the tradition of German song in music that reflected in many ways the spirit of the time in which he lived, in all its variety.
The symphonies, in their variety of mood, offer a reflection of the world, with music that may occasionally be garish and yet often reaches unsurpassable heights.
www.naxos.com /mainsite/default.asp?pn=Composers&char=M&ComposerID=653   (485 words)

 Ellan Vannin vol 1 no 3 p129 Music in the IoM (1860's/70's)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Church music was especially poor in Douglas—the only church which had anything like good music was St. Thomas’, where Mr.
Horace Callow, was a musical enthusiast, and he got together a small band, chiefly violins.
I cannot remember much about the other towns, but after the Music Competitions were started choral societies were formed in all the four towns, and their practices were well attended.
www.isle-of-man.com /manxnotebook/wma/v1p129.htm   (500 words)

 1860   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
But the first key event will be a year earlier - the 150th anniversary of the Democratic Convention of 1860 held in Charleston.
The recent match of the German cup vs. 1860 Munich was draw and it they could search for revenge now.
1860 Munich bad form is hard to explain.
www.wikiverse.org /1860   (602 words)

 CCH - Curriculum & Online Catalog: Music
This leaves singing and learning hymns, American folk and national songs, and classical music (along with the history of music) for the homeschool parent to teach, although a child taking instrument lessons will learn to play many of the traditional pieces.
Much of classical music was written for the church and to glorify God, and Kavanaugh brings that dimension back into the classical music equation.
Enriched by biographical detail, historical background, musical examples, and many finely nuanced observations, this volume is a treasury of insight and information on the most celebrated of musical forms.
www.classical-homeschooling.org /curriculum/music.html   (1193 words)

 Carolina Music Ways: History 1800-1860
In Wachovia, we have considerable evidence that African Americans participated in the rich religious music of the community.
The following reference to stringband music before the Civil War discovered by Bob Carlin describes a dance in the northwest corner of what is now Davie County around 1830.
The passage is short, but tells a lot about vernacular fiddle music in the region before the Civil War.
www.carolinamusicways.org /history_1800.html   (512 words)

 Archives, Instruments and Implements, Musical on Trocadero
This "antique music box" measures 11 and one half inches by 6 inches deep and 3 and 7 eighths inches high.
This "French music box" is in working order and has a fantastic sound and no damage to its combs.
Antique music boxes,"Symphonion" This Antique Victorian Symphonion disc music box is in excellent original condition and dates from the late 19th century.
www.trocadero.com /directory/Archives:Instruments_and_Implements:Musical.html   (883 words)

Post-Civil War music reflects the problems of Reconstruction and the beginnings of urbanization and the northern migration of African Americans.
Includes both printed and manuscript music (mostly in the form of "part books" for individual instruments) selected from the collections of the Music Division of the Library of Congress and the Walter Dignam Collection of the Manchester Historic Association (Manchester, New Hampshire).
The WPA California Folk Music Project is a multi-format ethnographic field collection that includes sound recordings, still photographs, drawings, and written documents from a variety of European ethnic and English- and Spanish-speaking communities in Northern California.
library.albany.edu /subject/music.html   (5175 words)

 Albeniz, Isaac at Musicroom.com - Sheet Music for Musicians - Search Results   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Eight pieces in one 'Spanish Suite' from Spanish pianist and composer, Isaac Albeniz who was born in 1860 and as a child prodigy, gave his first public concert on the piano at the tender age of 4.
This new collection of Isaac Albeniz's piano gems features brilliant keyboard music steeped in the lyric and rhythmic spirit of Spain.
Isaac Albeniz was a founder of contemporary Spanish music and created a distinctive style by using national rhythms and harmonies.
www.musicroom.com /search.aspx?contribid=15&category_id=store1&searchtype=artist   (272 words)

 PMC Sites: Ignacy Paderewski
His pedaling was also perfect and his musical renderings, no matter how different, were the fruit of profound and serious study.
Even though he was criticized by some for his excessive use of "tempo rubato," meaning taking too much liberty with regular, mechanical time, and also for "breaking of the hands when playing chords," this can easily be explained.
A memorable article in the LA Times stated: "Some of his Zinfandel was as coveted as his music." Each year in March the community sponsors a Paderewski Festival weekend with music concerts, lectures, tours of wineries and a Polish breakfast.
www.usc.edu /dept/polish_music/composer/paderewski.html   (3099 words)

 MUSIC - Online Reference - McGill University Libraries
All music in this Collection is from trade-friendly artists and is strictly noncommercial, both for access here and for any further distribution.
Searchable catalogue of French-language popular music recordings available in Canada published between 1962 and 1979.
Sheet music and recordings that date from jazz's beginnings in the early 1910's through Chicago Jazz's heyday in the 1920's up to the Great Depression.
www.library.mcgill.ca /refshelf/MUSIC.HTM   (174 words)

 BUBL LINK: Music libraries
Collection of traditional and folk music split into over 20 different songbooks or tune-books, each dedicated to a particular type of traditional folk or roots music.
Features musical scores with chords from which users can print sheet music and lyrics, and MIDI files to illustrate what the tunes sound like.
Includes collections of manuscript and printed music, books on a wide range of subjects, sound and video recordings, photographs, and archives of letters, ephemera and papers of organisations with which Britten and Pears were closely associated.
bubl.ac.uk /link/m/musiclibraries.htm   (851 words)

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