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  Sounds of Reform: Progressivism and Music in Chicago, 1873-1935, by Derek Vaillant. Introduction.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Musical progressives aspired to promote social and cultural linkages and "American" ideals in order to invigorate public culture and promote civic engagement.[2] Musical progressives focused their energies on public space as a propitious realm of democratic encounter, particularly among ethnic and immigrant laborers.
Rather than casting musical progressives as obstructionists to the rise of commercial musical culture and its links to expressive freedom and Americanism, it is better to see these activists as innovative forerunners of the ideology of musical expression as a democratic civic act.
Musical publics had long coalesced in order to shape social and cultural space, constitute individual and group identity, and declare their values and civic aspirations in visible and audible ways.
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 1873 in music - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
See also: 1872 in music, other events of 1873, 1874 in music and the list of 'years in music'.
Giuseppe Verdi - String Quartet in E minor
October 6 - Friedrich Wieck, music teacher and father of Clara Schumann
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 Vetta Chamber Music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Born in 1810, Robert Schumann was the music's Byronic persona: a courageous madman who destroyed his own concert career with a self-made machine meant to strengthen a pianist's fingers.
Chamber music is a democratic affair and can suffer from too much discretion, but that was not a problem.
He never married, but was surrounded by supporters who believed his music to be the correct path for German music, as opposed to music dramas of Wagner.
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 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.
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 History of the Patriotic Songs of the War
Music passed the time; it entertained and comforted; it brought back memories of home and family; it strengthened the bonds between comrades and helped to forge new ones.
Stephen Currie, in Music in the Civil War, reports that one of Macarthy's traveling companions during the war years was a cockatoo who had been trained to squawk "Three cheers for Jeff Davis!" on stage.
When the sheet music was published that fall, fourteen printing presses working round the clock were unable to keep up with the demand for copies.
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 Clara Schumann Biography, Quick Facts, Introduction to Op. 37/12
Instead, their music should be allowed to stand on its own, freely mingled with music of men composers, especially their colleagues: those with whom they interact and share influence.
Though Clara's ambitions as a concert pianist and composer were hindered by the responsibilities of family life, Robert encouraged her to compose.
Their musical interaction was intense, as they studied symphony scores together, shared reactions to performances, and read similar literature.
www.geneva.edu /~dksmith/clara/bio.html   (804 words)

 ArtLex's Mol-Mz page
It was preceded by the Kamakura period (1185-1333) and followed by the Sengoku Jidai period (1490-1573) and the Momoyama period (1573-1615).
They are led by Apollo as god of music and poetry, and Mt. Parnassus is their home.
From the word "muse" the words music, museum, and mosaic were derived.
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 1874 in music - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Performed by Eliza Weathersby in the burlesque musical Evangeline
Evangeline a US burlesque musical based upon a poem by Longfellow opened at Niblo's Gardens on July 27 and ran for only 16 performances before moving to Boston.
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 Sergei Rachmaninov   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
He studied at the Moscow Conservatory (1885-92) under Zverev (where Skryabin was a fellow pupil) and his cousin Ziloti for piano and Taneyev and Arensky for composition, graduating with distinction as both pianist and composer (the opera Aleko, given at the Bol'shoy in 1893, was his diploma piece).
These things were not to change, and during the remaining years to the Revolution they provided him with the matenals for a sizable output of operas, liturgical music, orchestral works, piano pieces and songs, even though composition was generally restricted to periods of seclusion between concert engagements.
As a pianist he was famous for his precision, rhythmic drive, legato and clarity of texture and for the broad design of his performances.
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 - Classical Music Dictionary - Free MP3   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Clara was born in Leipzig in 1819; she died in Frankfurt in 1896.
Clara's parents were Friedrich Wieck (1785-1873), a music teacher, and Marianne Tromlitz Wieck Bargiel (1797-1872), a soprano and student of Wieck; Clara's father had resolved before her birth that she would be a great musician and child prodigy.
She was known as a champion and interpreter of the music of Schumann and Brahms, and was a direct influence on their music.
www.karadar.it /Dictionary/wieck.html   (402 words)

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 1873 in music -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
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November 16 - (United States blues musician who transcribed and published traditional blues music (1873-1958)) W.
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 African American Registry for Wednesday November 16th 2005
Jazz is music and an African American artform.
*On this date we focus on Jazz Music in America and Black cultures’ role in creating and influence its existence.
*Tom Turpin’s birth in 1873 is celebrated on this date.
www.aaregistry.com /african_american_history/category/5/music   (2097 words)

 Find in a Library: Sounds of reform progressivism and music in Chicago, 1873-1935
Sounds of reform progressivism and music in Chicago, 1873-1935
Subjects: Music -- Political aspects -- Illinois -- Chicago.
WorldCat is provided by OCLC Online Computer Library Center, Inc. on behalf of its member libraries.
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 Alibris: Derek Vaillant
Puts music at the center of Chicago's progressive reform movement.
Between 1873 and 1935, reformers in Chicago used the power of music to unify the diverse peoples of the metropolis.
These musical progressives emphasized the capacity of music to transcend differences among various groups.
www.alibris.com /search/books/author/Derek_Vaillant   (139 words)

 Symphony Sheet Music!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Classical, Symphony No.3 (Diptych)(revised 1980) Sheet Music by Peters.
Classical, Symphony No.3 (First Version of 1873) Sheet Music by Peters.
Composers, music, lyricist, arrangers: Alexander Glazounov, Glazunov, Glazunoff.
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 Amazon.co.uk: Mario Sammarco (1873-1930): Music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
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 Sheet Music Plus - Search For Sheet Music
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 Shawnee Press, Inc. - Products
Words by George Bennard (1873-1958); Music by Jimbo Steven
Print on demand (POD) item prices are subject to change - prices listed are estimates.
© 2003-2005 Music Sales Corporation / Shawnee Press, Inc.
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