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  Rochester Music Coalition
Rochester Sun is looking for artists to interview and music video (all genres of music accept heavy/metal rock or hardcore rap) for their weekly entertainment TV show airing every Thursday night at 11:00 PM on Time Warner Cable Channel 98.
She needs a mix of different music genres and people to talk to about Rochester and where they think the local music scene is going.
Music Business Radio is back in production for 2006 and wants to feature your music their "demo derby" segment.
rochestermusiccoalition.org   (3060 words)

  Course Descriptions
Music of the early modern period from 1400 to 1600 is the focus of the course.
This course examines the music and culture of the so-called baroque period in music, from the birth of monody and opera to the deaths of Bach and Handel.
The relation of musical style to genre, performance venue, and audience is considered alongside changes in systems of patronage, dissemination of music as a commodity, private and public concert traditions, and performance practices documented in contemporary treatises.
www.esm.rochester.edu /registrar/courses/?c=Music_History   (903 words)

 Music Quotes - The Quotations Page
Music with dinner is an insult both to the cook and the violinist.
Music like religion, unconditionally brings in its train all the moral virtues to the heart it enters, even though that heart is not in the least worthy.
Music is a discipline, and a mistress of order and good manners, she makes the people milder and gentler, more moral and more reasonable.
www.quotationspage.com /subjects/music   (636 words)

 Presenters University - Courses - Main Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The result was a music with clarity of form and finely chiseled features that is both moving and intellectual, appealing to the brain emotionally and logically.
Although this music is exciting and enjoyable, it does not have the steadiness that defines Baroque music, and as a result, is more difficult to use in training.
Regardless of the kind of music you choose to use, the goal should be to enhance the learning environment, not to distract trainees with music.
www.presentersuniversity.com /courses_Content_music.php   (1437 words)

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It is the intent of the writer to present a "panoramic view" of the history of music education and culture in the city of Winfield, Kansas from the founding of the town in 1873 to the end of the twentieth century.
Music found its way into many aspects of life in Winfield, due largely to the inspiration of its early leaders and the determination of many subsequent leaders to "carry on" the tradition.
She received a Bachelor of Music degree from the Winfield College of Music in 1922, a Bachelor of Music degree from Southwestern College with a major in organ in 1929, and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Southwestern College in 1932.
www.ausbcomp.com /~bbott/music/MUSICHIST.HTM   (12159 words)

 Uptown/Downtown: American Music 1880-1930
These compositions demonstrate the trials and triumphs experienced by American musicians who were committed to the enterprise of fashioning an American musical culture which could hold its own without apology against the daunting legacy of Europe–particularly German-speaking Europe, where all of the composers in tonight’s program pursued their musical education.
It is a paradox in the evolution of an American music that what we now consider quintessentially American in spirit was developed by those who had every reason to consider themselves outsiders.
MacDowell, a pivotal force in the music department of Columbia University, was lionized by New York society.
www.americansymphony.org /dialogues_extensions/97_98season/1st_concert/leon.cfm   (1858 words)

 MUSIC Doctoral Program at the CUNY Graduate Center
Scores will be studied in the light of how the composer has solved both the musical and dramatic problems at hand, and we will discuss the ways in which varying musical styles, from romantic to avant-garde, have been deployed in the cinematic context.
The movement of film music into non-classical areas, in particular pop and jazz, will also be examined, as will the recent shift towards electronics (synthesizers, sampling, etc.) and new tendencies in film/music interactions, such as the breakdown of the distinction between source (diegetic) and nondiegetic music.
Music in America during the late-nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries was an important part of our culture.
web.gc.cuny.edu /Music/classes/spring2006.html   (1218 words)

In Europe, Romantic music was popular at this time, although it was more during the end of this period.
He was the director of the Marine band from 1880 to 1892.
Music was a big part of life in 1880, like it is today.
www.pkwy.k12.mo.us /northeast/tapp/music1880s.html   (358 words)

 Music and Emotion - The Problem of Negative Emotions
He differentiates the expression of emotion in music from the evocation of emotion by music and sets out to explain why people like the negative feelings that are the produced by listening to music.
Moreover, "our reactions to music do not all consist of memory images of prior experiences, since it appears that music (some music) has the power to make us feel in ways that we simply have not felt before." Finally, the question of the pleasurable-sad paradox remains unanswered by Hindemith's view.
Levinson states that when the three conditions of being familiar with a musical piece, attention to the music, and "emotional openness to the content of the music," are present, an emotional response that is similar to a real emotional experience is produced through a kind of mirroring or empathetic process.
www.music-cog.ohio-state.edu /Music829D/Notes/Negative.emotions.html   (740 words)

 Sheet Music at the American Antiquarian Society
The collection of sheet music at the American Antiquarian Society consists of about 60,000 pieces of instrumental, vocal, secular, and religious music by both American and foreign composers that were printed through 1880 (more than 4,100 compositions were printed in the United States before 1826).
Wolfe's bibliography Secular Music in America, 1801-1825 (New York, 1964) and A Bibliography of Early Secular Music [18th Century] (Washington, 1945) by Oscar G. Sonneck and William T. Upton, are annotated to reflect the AAS holdings and new acquisitions.
Consequently, this category of sheet music is in demand not only by scholars, but also by many publishers who wish to use the illustrations for current publications.
www.americanantiquarian.org /sheetmusic.htm   (899 words)

 Yale > Music > James Hepokoski   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Current methodologies in music history and theory; music analysis and critical hermeneutics applied to music from ca.
The enterprise is enriched further through a provocative dialogue with the interpretive challenges and insights of the newer methodologies of the past three decades.
At the undergraduate level he teaches two music history survey courses required of music majors (1600-1800 and 1800-present), along with specialized courses in sonata-form theory, Mozart, Beethoven, Mahler, American music, symphonic nationalism and cultural identity constructed through music, and other topics.
www.yale.edu /yalemus/faculty/hepokoski.htm   (526 words)

 FORTE! Hamline Music
Many students were excited about their musical opportunities at Hamline and returned year after year to contribute to the department.
Students believed music was a way to entertain themselves, add culture to the University, and advertise the talent at Hamline to the community as well as the campus.
The music department offered students the opportunity to hear lectures on musical topics, give public concerts and recitals, and study the works of various composers.
www.hamline.edu /personal/dbehr01/history/300/Minor2b.html   (401 words)

 Japanese Music - Foreign Music
The instrumental music is suggestive of one-finger exercises on the piano, or the tuning of an obstreperous fiddle, while in singing, the voice is trained to such an artificial pitch, both in the upper and lower registers, that a harsh rasping effect is produced.
Until 1880, the music of the West was known to the Japanese only through the foreign legations, the business and professional men of the open ports, the missionaries, and Japanese travelers returning from abroad.
Practically all the graduates of the normal schools read simple music at sight, and are thus competent to teach the rudiments of the art to the forty or fifty children who may come under their instruction.
www.tribalsmile.com /music/article_19.shtml   (1720 words)

 - History of DB Musical Restorations -
Antique music boxes date from the 1790’s when Antoine Favre in Geneva, Switzerland created a carillon without bells by inventing a tuned steel tooth, which was plucked by pins or projections.
As people became disenchanted with the 4 to 12 tunes that could be heard on a cylinder music box, the interchangeable box was devised.
By the early 1880’s, the disc music box was invented in Germany.
www.dbmusicalrestorations.com /history.html   (274 words)

 Scottish Rite Music Program Instructions
Music directors will also be ableto share with other musicians by email or by copying the disk.
If you have no organist or musical talent to assist in the ritual, there are audio CDs of the ritual music for the 4th, 14th, 18th, 30th and 32nd degrees.
The music is in the order of use for the degrees and is cued to the page and line of the ritual scripts (also included in the readme file).
www.scottishritemusic.org /instructions.htm   (638 words)

 In Search of the Woman Composer: Finding Music by Women:Music Division
Music scores make up the largest portion of the Music Division collections, and women's works are amply represented.
Music scores are cataloged and classified according to genre and medium of performance and the composer's name.
Copyright deposits are the reason the music collections are so strong in holdings of music from the United States and account for the extensive number of popular songs.
memory.loc.gov /ammem/awhhtml/awmusic8/search_composer.html   (575 words)

 Music Approved of by the Third Reich   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Under the Nazi regime, all music produced had to fit within certain standards defined as "good" German music.
Music historians have referred to Bruckner's Adagio of the Seventh Symphony as the Adagio of premonition.
Elly Ney (1882-1968), the daughter of a music teacher and an army sergeant, was a child prodigy.
fcit.coedu.usf.edu /holocaust/arts/musReich.htm   (1188 words)

 Music Zippos
Nashville first became known as "Music City USA" in the 1950's Grand Ole Opry radio program, said to be the longest running radio program in U.S. history.
Ernest Tubb, the Texas Troubadour, was born in 1914.
A barnstorming concert performer for more than four decades, he was one of country music's top-selling entertainers.
www.zippogallery.com /Music.htm   (106 words)

 Music resources on the World Wide Web
Music uniform titles are a device by which musical scores and recordings may be found more easily in a library's catalog.
The Music Library Association is the professionalorganization in the United States devoted to musiclibrarianship and to all aspects of music materials in libraries.
Music by Marcello and Telemann are slated for inclusion.
www.library.yale.edu /musiclib/webres.htm   (3799 words)

 South Dakota's Original 1889 Town
The 1880 town began as a movie set, though it was never used for filming by the movie company that constructed it.
Considerable history of the old west is represented by the authentic buildings in the 1880 town and the original relics.
Stop by the saloon and enjoy the music of the times as you dream about life on the prairie.
www.1880town.com /town.htm   (181 words)

 Oberlin College Archives | Published Resources | Photographic Building Guide | 12. Music Hall (1842-1880)
Music Hall was built through the efforts of Professor George N. Allen, the choir of the first Congregational Church, and the literary societies.
It was used by the choir and literary societies, and received its name from the fact that for a number of years choir rehearsals were held there.
It was destroyed by fire in April, 1880.
www.oberlin.edu /archive/resources/photoguide/music_hall.html   (108 words)

 Course Catalog: Music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
It is an in-depth overview of the history of music.
Students in Chorus are eligible to participate in Solo and Ensemble Festival, and may audition for P.G. County Honors Chorus and All-State Chorus with permission of the instructor.
Reading musical notation will be taught in the course, as well as tone production, musical terms and symbols, instrument care, and good practice habits.
www.elizabeth-seton.pvt.k12.md.us /Academics/music_cat.htm   (866 words)

 The Ensemble Sospeso - Johannes Brahms
Brahms is audible as well in French music, for example in the rhythmic and textural aspects of Fauré.
He was cast in direct opposition to the Lisztians and Wagnerites; his preferred genres of chamber music, lieder and symphony were set against the more modern forms of music drama and symphonic poem.
According to this view, the intricate textures and continuous motivic variation were harbingers of 20th-century music, especially that of the Schoenberg school.
www.sospeso.com /contents/composers_artists/brahms.html   (855 words)

 American music collections
The strength of these collections is the music of the late nineteenth through the twentieth centuries including Big Band jazz, Gospel and African American sacred music, and folk music.
Among the largest of these collections are the Duke Ellington Collection, 1927-1988 spanning nearly the entire life and career of one of America's most recognized musicians and the Sam DeVincent Collection of Illustrated American Sheet Music containing images, music, and lyrics of American life and culture between 1790 and the 1980s.
Music's role in American advertising can be found in the N W Ayer Advertising Agency Collection, 1849-1996, Warshaw Collection of Business Americana, ca.
americanhistory.si.edu /archives/d-5.htm   (339 words)

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Decisively modern perhaps, were the introduction of the magnetic tape recorder as a musical instrument by Pierre Schaffer just after World War Two, and the development of a musical style, musique concrete, composed exclusively of recorded sounds.
Fifteen years ago, music made with computers was the exclusive domain of music and computer science departments at large research universities such as MIT and Stanford.
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 Classical CD Guide -- Start Your Classical Music Collection :: Finding Classical Music CDs by Era
The history of classical music is as rich and diverse as that of Western civilization.
Music historians usually divide the last five hundred years into six distinct eras.
Romantic (1820-1880): Music tends to be highly emotional, featuring large orchestras and lush sound.
www.classicalcdguide.com /eras   (298 words)

 1880   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
1877 1878 1879 - 1880 - 1881 1882 1883
October - terrible winter storm in North the " Blizzard of 1880".
October 15 - Mexican soldiers kill Victorio one of the Apache military strategists.
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 Music Notes - Glossary
expressionism: a term denoting a certain trend in music beginning during the second decade of the 20th century, particularly in Austria and Germany.
The 14th century madrigal is in a fixed form, consisting of two or three short stanzas with identical music an a final one with different music.
variations: an important musical form, the principal of which is to present a given melody, called the theme, in a number of modifications, each of which is a variation
library.thinkquest.org /15413/glossary/glossary.htm   (2123 words)

 Jacques Offenbach Biography - famous Jacques Offenbach Classical collection and Jacques Offenbach Music Reviews.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Jacques Offenbach Biography - famous Jacques Offenbach Classical collection and Jacques Offenbach Music Reviews.
He continued a successful career devoted largely to operetta and opéras comiques until his death in 1880.
Of nearly a hundred lighter pieces for the stage, Orphée aux enfers (Orpheus in the Underworld) is best known, in particular for its famous can-can.
www.naxos.com /composerinfo/761.htm   (249 words)

 Orin G. Libby Manuscript Collection: Music
Paolo Conte Papers: 1890-1966; Composer of music used on the radio and in the movies
North Dakota Hymn Collection: Sheet music for the official state hymn, composed by poet James Foley in 1926
Sigma Alpha Iota, Mu Chapter Records: International music society for women, active on the campus of the University of North Dakota since 1916
www.und.nodak.edu /dept/library/Collections/music.html   (172 words)

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