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  Essentials of Music - Composers
Musically, this was reflected in the idea of the Leitmotif, a musical theme that stands for a person, thing or idea.
Wagner's music dramas are seamless webs of these musical ideas, with the music itself telling as much of the story as the action on the stage.
Perhaps due to the uncompromising nature of Wagner's musical ideals, or perhaps due to the difficulty of his politics and personality, he served (and still serves) as a polarizing figure in music.
www.essentialsofmusic.com /composer/wagner.html   (723 words)

 What's American About American Music?
The choral music of Billings has continued to be sung in the South and Appalachia as part of the rural tradition of shaped-note singing.
Music, so the philosophy went, should derive from the vernacular music of the people, and by the late 1970s, most people's vernacular music was rock.
Its music should be drawn from the local enviornment, the sounds of home; its forms should be relevant to American society, not to a 19th-century European aristocracy that no longer exists.
musicmavericks.publicradio.org /features/essay_gann02.html   (3362 words)

 1882 in music -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
January - (German composer of operas and inventor of the music drama in which drama and spectacle and music are fused (1813-1883)) Richard Wagner completes Parsifal
(Traditional genre of music conforming to an established form and appealing to critical interest and developed musical taste) Classical music
(A drama set to music; consists of singing with orchestral accompaniment and an orchestral overture and interludes) Opera
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/1/18/1882_in_music.htm   (531 words)

 January, 2000 Edition Featured Covers
Popular music, indeed all musical development can be viewed in some ways as a continuum of change that generally matches and reflects social development.
After Foster's death, music took a turn for the worse and the style that was emerging virtually dissappeared from the scene for over twenty years.
Musically this song is pretty reflective of the era, not very original, not very inspiring or exciting.
parlorsongs.com /issues/2000-1/2000-1.asp   (2645 words)

 OSBORN FILES: Osborn Music MS
Musical commonplace book consisting of words and music to songs, the only identifiable is "A Dialogue between Corridon & Mopsa in ye Fairy Queen," by Henry Purcell ([1658-9]-1695).
Musical notation for treble, tenor, bass, and psalterer opposite each psalm.
Consisting of a 4 part canon for 2 tenors and 2 bassi, set to the text "To Father Son & Holy Ghost All Glory be therefore." Written in the shape of a square to be read from four sides of the paper.
webtext.library.yale.edu /beinflat/osborn.music.HTM   (3225 words)

 The Classical Music Pages Quarterly
Musical training composed the majority of studies for the boys in the monastery--singing, piano, chamber and orchestral rehearsals, and figured-bass theory.
The gates of music are opening and its tones are not restricted to the field of instruments.
The laws of music exist in all living beings, in rhythm and in melody and by these rhythms we measure ourselves and the universe....
w3.rz-berlin.mpg.de /cmp/janacek_teacher.html   (3610 words)

 Quotations: Music and the Arts 1
"Music may achieve the highest of all missions: she may be a bond between nations, races and states, who are strangers to one another in many ways; she may unite what is disunited, and bring peace to what is hostile."
"Music is at once the product of feeling and knowledge, for it requires from its disciples, composers and performers alike, not only talent and enthusiasm, but also that knowledge and perception which are the result of protracted study and reflection."
"Music is well said to be the speech of angels; in fact, nothing among the utterances allowed to man is felt to be so divine.
www.janeellen.com /quotes/musicquotes1.html   (1698 words)

 Music Approved of by the Third Reich
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   (1185 words)

 A 184th GARLAND OF BRITISH LIGHT MUSIC COMPOSERS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
He is credited with religious music, chamber music and other songs, but I have not encountered any.
Harry Ball (1841-88) was a music hall man, father of Vesta Tilley, for whom he composed The Newmarket Coat in 1882.
Unsurprisingly, his oeuvre included church and organ music; on the lighter side he composed two comic operas, San Marino and King Asteroid (1926) and the ballads A Hunting Morning (1908), The Cavalier's Song and Growing in the Vale (1916).
www.musicweb-international.com /garlands/184.htm   (491 words)

 Royal Academy of Music, Awards, 1882   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The distribution of prizes to students of the Royal Academy of Music took place, in the concert-room of the institution, last Saturday afternoon.
The awards were distributed by Lady Goldsmid, and included the Parepa-Rosy gold medal (to Hilda Wilson) the Llewelyn Thomas gold medal (to Kate Hardy), and purses of ten guineas, silver and bronze medals, commendations, andc., to many other students—the certificate of merit (the highest award of the Academy) having been bestowed on Annie Cantelo.
A short selection of music was performed, under the direction of Mr.
www.londonancestor.com /newspaper/1882/0729/academy-music.htm   (126 words)

 Through the Ages
It is a language native to exiles returning to their native land, the best medium for expressing gratitude so intense as to explode in glorias.
"Music has the power of producing a certain effect on the moral character of the soul, and if it has the power to do this, it is clear that the young must be directed to music and must be educated in it,"
Hear the literal music and the metaphors of life.
www.musicofthesoul.com /through_the_ages.htm   (722 words)

 Articles on Music and Literacy. An assortment of articles taken from MENC's State Music Educators Association Journals.
As music educators we ought to be grateful for, and knowledgeable about, three major developments in recent years that have strengthened our position in promoting music as a significant and research supported discipline that ought to be at the core of the curriculum.
Sometimes music teachers unwittingly limit their students to discrimination responses ("tell me which notes are higher-lower, louder-softer, longer-shorter," etc.) when they are equally adept at considering the more musical question of what sounds express, and using a variety of learning processes (singing, playing, dramatizing, illustrating) to demonstrate this sensitivity.
The study, developed by Powderhorn music instructor Elizabeth Olson as part of her master's thesis, suggests that it's not only students' test scores that can benefit from extra time spent in the music classroom: students' behavior and self-esteem may improve as well, with as little as 30 additional minutes of Kodály music instruction a week.
www.menc.org /networks/genmus/litarticles.html   (8511 words)

 Music Boxes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
This Stella mahogany case music box with external crank has a first British patent date of 9/22/1885, and the last one is 8/14/1900.
We attribute this music box by the serial numbers to Nicole Frere, made in Geneva, Switzerland (the French speaking part of Switzerland) between 1880 and 1882.
More music boxes of a consistently good quality were made by Nicole Frere than any other company of the Victorian period, and on.
www.worldofgramophones.com /musicboxes.html   (438 words)

 Music Department Records Finding Aid   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The music program at this time was limited to vocal instruction, although a piano was available for the students to use on their own.
The Music Department was established for the 1891/1892 academic year, and was devoted to the study of music as an art and a science.
In the 1935/1936 academic year, a major in Music was first offerred, and the Class of 1939 was the first to include Music majors.
www.mtholyoke.edu /lits/library/arch/col/rg18xi.htm   (486 words)

 Quotations: Music and the Arts 3
Music needs air, sunlight and liberty to be alive.
Music and art and poetry attune the soul to God because they induce a kind of contact with the Creator and Ruler of the Universe."
"Musical training is a more potent instrument than any other, because rhythm and harmony find their way into the inward places of the soul, on which they mightily fasten, imparting
www.janeellen.com /quotes/musicquotes3.html   (1491 words)

 Robert M. Stevenson: A Selected Bibliography.
Also published in Revista Musical Chilena, XVI/81-82 (Julio-Diciembre 1962), 153- 171; translated by Andrés Pardo Tovar, published separately in Colombia as La música colonial colombiana (Cali: Instituto Popular de Cultura de Cali, Departamento de Investigaciones Folklóricas, 1964), 62 p.; reprinted by the Academy of American Franciscan History (Washington, D.C.), 1962.
English, "American Awareness of the Other Americas to 1900," Essays on Music for Charles Warren Fox (Rochester: Eastman School of Music Press, 1979), 181-205.
"Music in the San Juan, Puerto Rico Cathedral to 1900," Revista/Review Interamericana, VIII (1978), 546-569.
www.dartmouth.edu /~hispanic/stevbib.html   (1707 words)

 Scott Joplin biography - 8notes.com
Showing musical ability at an early age, the young Joplin received piano lessons for free from a German music teacher, who gave him a well-rounded knowledge of classical music form.
Joplin's musical papers, including unpublished manuscripts, were willed to Joplin's friend and the executor of his will, musician and composer Wilber Sweatman.
Marvin Hamlisch's adaptation of the Joplin song 'The Entertainer' reached number 3 on the Billboard magazine Hot 100 music chart in 1974, and a much wider and deeper interest in ragtime in general and Joplin in particular was created.
www.8notes.com /biographies/joplin.asp   (1350 words)

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.
A multi-format ethnographic field collection documenting religious and secular music of Spanish-speaking residents of rural Northern New Mexico and Southern Colorado recorded in 1940 by Juan Bautista Rael of Stanford University to document alabados (hymns), folk drama, wedding songs, and dance tunes.
library.albany.edu /subject/music.html   (5175 words)

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Colgrave, D. (1990), 'A Historical Role for Music Education: the role of school and church in maintaining the musical life of Darwin, 1873-1980.', in Proceedings of the Australian Society for Music Education VII National Conference, pp.30-33, Australian Society for Music Education, Alice Springs.
Farrant, J. (1990), 'Music Education in Kalgoorlie/Boulder, 1893-1910: A reflection of a late Victorian bourgeois society.', in Proceedings of the Australian Society for Music Education VII National Conference, pp.33-36, Australian Society for Music Education, Alice Springs.
Ferris, J. (1993), 'Music On the Edge: A Historical Study of the Vunerability of Music in the Primary School Curriculum.', in Proceedings of theIXth Australian Society for Music Education National Conference, pp.91-96, Australian Society for Music Education, Perth.
education.deakin.edu.au /music_ed/history/bibliog.html   (3140 words)

 1882 article - 1882 1879 1880 1881 1883 1884 1885 Decades 1850s 1860s 1870s 1880s - What-Means.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
1882 article - 1882 1879 1880 1881 1883 1884 1885 Decades 1850s 1860s 1870s 1880s - What-Means.com
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www.what-means.com /encyclopedia/1882   (506 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)

 Royal College of Music Concert, 1882   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Viscountess Folkestone gave a concert yesterday week in aid of the funds of the Royal College of Music.
The picture gallery of Stafford House, where the concert was given by permission of the Duke and Duchess of Sutherland, presented a brilliant appearance, being lighted by electric light and thronged by a large audience, which included the Prince and Princess of Wales and other distinguished persons.
Upwards of 900 tickets at a guinea each were sold.
www.londonancestor.com /newspaper/1882/0708/music-college.htm   (84 words)

 John Culme's Footlight Notes - Celebrity of the Week: Ida Barr (1882-1967), English music hall comedienne and pantomime ...
She married the music hall comedian Gus Harris (billed as 'The Only Yiddisher Scotsman in the Irish Fusiliers'), but the union did not survive her increasing professional popularity and the couple were eventually divorced.
About this time, too, she made her first solo music hall appearance at the Middlesex, and shortly afterwards, in January 1908, she changed her name to Ida Barr for an engagement at the Bedford music hall, Camden Town.
She subsequently appeared in two further films: a musical entitled Laugh it Off (1940) with Tommy Trinder, and the comedy Let the People Sing with Alistair Sim, Fred Emney (junior) and Patricia Roc.
www.gabrielleray.150m.com /ArchiveTextB/IdaBarr.html   (665 words)

 Lyrics and Music
In addition to those changes in the words, it is notable that the poem was not always sung to the tune presented on this website ("Materna," composed by Samuel A. Ward in 1882, nearly a decade before the poem was written).
In fact, for two years after it was written it was sung to just about any popular or folk tune that would fit with the lyrics, with "Auld Lang Syne" being the most notable of those.
For example, in 1926 the National Federation of Music Clubs held a contest to put the poem to new, reportedly "less somber," music, but no other entry was determined to be more acceptable.
www.niehs.nih.gov /kids/lyrics/america.htm   (411 words)

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American Music - articles Anderson, Gillian B. "Putting the Experience of the World at the Nation's Command: Music at the Library of Congress, 1800-1917." JAMS 42 (1989): 108-49.
Philip Hale's comment "to cover mediocrity with a cloak of patriotism" is referred to in this article, but I'm not sure that he gives its source.
Arthur Farwell, in turn refers to Gilman's quoting of it in "Toward American Music." Hamm, Charles.
www.uncg.edu /mus/courses/flmccart/amr/contents/amuarl.txt   (365 words)

 African American Registry for Monday November 14th 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.
*On this date in 1882, Robert Dett was born.
www.aaregistry.com /african_american_history/category/5/music   (2097 words)

 The Church of Saint Mary the Virgin - Music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The choir of the Church of Saint Mary the Virgin is a professional ensemble that sings music for the liturgy.
This music is heard in a liturgical context and in a spectacular acoustic, which is not unlike many of the great churches of Europe for which much of this music was written.
The liturgical life at Saint Mary’s also provides substantial opportunities for congregational singing of hymns, psalms and canticles, in addition to other great music of the Western tradition.
www.stmvirgin.org /MusicatSaintMarys   (713 words)

 Untitled Document   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Describe the vocal style used in the first four lines of the verses;
For the second group of four lines the music changes to the minor mode - what is the effect of this change?;
At the word "No!" the music again changes, this time to a highly chromatic melody line.
hctv.humnet.ucla.edu /music8/week1/anti-monopoly.html   (90 words)

 Lesson Exchange: Music Building Blocks (Elementary, Music)
Concepts Taught: Music is taught as a foundation for pre-school and elem.
Goal to reinforce practical academics using the elements of music for the purpose of reinforcing regular classroom curriculi.
Reinforce: social interaction, motor skill, eye hand, cognative problem solving.
www.teachers.net /lessons/posts/1882.html   (149 words)

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