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  Music - LoveToKnow 1911   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
This contrast between music and plastic art may be partly explained by the mental work undergone, during the earliest infancy both of the race and of the individual, in interpreting sensations of space.
Theorist and systematizer of musical notation and solmization.
As principal of the Royal Academy of Music (he succeeded Macfarren in 1888) he revived the former glories of the school, and the excellent plan by which it and the Royal College unite their forces in the examinations of the Associated Board is largely due to his initiative.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /Music   (12414 words)

 American Music Conference
American music education is at a turning point in its history, and poised for a modern renaissance.
After decades of budgetary neglect as an “elective,” music is reasserting itself thanks to a growing body of scientific data that shows how vital it is to a student’s success in all academic areas.
In the end, the curricular role of music education is a question of priorities — of community decision-making.
www.amc-music.com /musicmaking/history/america.htm   (1025 words)

 Timeline: School of Music: Indiana University
In 1907, Campbell arranged for a recital of the Schellschmidt Quartet of Indianapolis, the proceeds of which established a music fund, “to lead ultimately to the equipment of a school of music in the university.” In 1909, he offered a series of noncredit lectures on the history of music.
Though Dean Merrill oversaw the remodeling of the school's resident music building, Mitchell Hall, enough problems remained (noise carried from performance rooms to classrooms, the building was too hot in the summer, and noise from barking dogs outside the building was unbearable) that a new building became a necessity.
One of his goals was to ensure that music students received a comprehensive, well-rounded education that included a broad base of knowledge of traditional liberal studies (arts, sciences, humanities) and trained students to think critically.
www.music.indiana.edu /flash/timeline/noflash   (2405 words)

 Essentials of Music - Composers
The folk music of Hungary was central to the music of Béla Bartók.
He was not the first composer to make use of this music (we can see it as far back as Haydn), but he was one of the first to take it at face value, and to exploit its idiosyncrasies.
In 1907 Bartók was appointed professor of piano at the Budapest Academy and he continued his compositional activity, creating works of greater complexity.
www.essentialsofmusic.com /composer/bartok.html   (694 words)

 "Music School," 1907   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The Music School is designed to give a thorough musical instruction to a limited number of children.
Some of the earlier pupils in the Music School are now professional musicians, and the group as a whole has contributed much to the understanding and appreciation of music in the neighborhood.
A suite of six rooms, one of them containing a musical library, is in the process of erection for the Music School largely as an appreciation of their successful study.
womhist.binghamton.edu /other/hullhouse/doc029.htm   (227 words)

 1907 in music - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
See also: 1906 in music, other events of 1907, 1908 in music and the list of 'years in music'.
General Porfirio Díaz legendarily orders a mariachi band to wear upper-class clothing (a charro suit) when they played for the visiting United States Secretary of State Elihu Root; this is the beginning of modern mariachi, as well as the traditional dress of future mariachi stars.
Publication of Sketch of a New Aesthetic of Music by Ferruccio Busoni
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/1907_in_music   (792 words)

 Plano Music Department   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Music is continuing to grow in Plano schools.
Students who do well in music often have a higher cumulative grade point average throughout their schooling.
Those students who ignore criticism are "at risk" for a creative life because in the performing arts everyone must believe and feel comfortable knowing they are a major contributing factor to the success of the group.
mail.plano88.kendall.k12.il.us /music/index.html   (171 words)

 Wisconsin Music Archives--Papers and Manuscripts--Jerzy Bojanowski Collection
The Wisconsin Music Archives (WMA) in the Mills Music Library holds the collection of Jerzy Bojanowski (1893-1983), a Polish conductor who began his American career in Chicago in 1932 and relocated to Milwaukee in the early 1940s.
Bojanowski was born in Kamienskoie, Poland in 1893 and studied music at the Musical College in Warsaw (1907-12), the Music Academy of Vienna (1913-14), Vienna University (1913-14), and Kharkoff University (1915-16).
By 1949 attendance at the Music Under the Stars concerts was declining and talk of canceling the program surfaced in order to cut the city's losses.
music.library.wisc.edu /wma/papers/bojanowski/jbhome.htm   (798 words)

 Welcome to Shenandoah Conservatory Music Educators National Conference!
To advance music education as a profession and to ensure that every child in America has access to a balanced, sequential, high-quality education that includes music as a core subject of study.
Membership in the national and state music educators associations is reciprocal; therefore, membership in MENC automatically entitles one to membership at the state level.
The National Standards for Music Education were developed in 1994 as part of the National Standards for Arts Education under a $1 million federal grant.
www.su.edu /stu-org/menc/about.html   (523 words)

 Busoni The Visionary
Yet it is as a composer of music for piano that he produced his most important work.
The Seven Elegies (1907) were completed the same year as the Outline of a New Aesthetic of Music.
Her plans are to record Busoni's music in its entirety over the next ten years or so.
www.classical-music-review.org /reviews/Busoni.html   (713 words)

 Essentials of Music - Composers
In 1919 he founded a society for performance of new music, and in 1925 returned to Berlin to teach.
Schoenberg's early music was clearly marked by the style of the late nineteenth century, and influences of Brahms, Mahler and others can be seen in pieces such as his Verklärte Nacht.
The music of this period is also marked by a style that is referred to as expressionist, and Schoenberg had contact with, and a great deal of admiration for, the expressionist painters and writers (Schoenberg himself painted in an expressionist style).
www.essentialsofmusic.com /composer/schoenberg.html   (676 words)

 Music of Irving Berlin, Page 1
Whether for Broadway musicals or films, for humorous songs or romantic ballads, his compositions are celebrated for their appealing melodies and memorable lyrics.
The music is OK, but a little disjointed and the lyrics, though nice, suffer from the tune's deficiencies and the two never really come together in the way that a hit song manages to do.
Regardless, from 1907 till 1911, Berlin mostly wrote only lyrics, selling them to publisher and composers such as Ted Snyder, with whom he enjoyed a long association both as a songwriter and publisher later with the house of Waterson, Berlin and Snyder.
www.parlorsongs.com /issues/1998-11/nov98feature.asp   (2748 words)

 Music Pier   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
In 1905 a new 2-mile stretch was completed with a new Municipal Music Pavilion, opening in August of that year.
It served as an attractive venue for musical performances or a great place to just relax and enjoy the view.
When the fire of October, 1927 burned most of the boardwalk, but spared the pavilion, it was moved to around 6th street.
www.moorlyn.com /music_pier.htm   (183 words)

 Jean Langlais (1907-1991) - famous Jean Langlais (1907-1991) Classics hit collection and Jean Langlais (1907-1991) ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The organ music of Jean Langlais reflects his profound religious faith and makes frequent use of Gregorian chant as its basis.
Church music by Langlais includes settings of the Mass, notably the Mass Salve Regina and the Mass Orbis Factor.
The choral music of Langlais is principally religious in form, including a Messe solennelle, Missa in simplicitate, and a Solemn Mass 'Orbis Factor', as well as Psalms for four voices, chorus, organ, brass and timpani.
www.naxos.com /composerinfo/595.htm   (231 words)

 Great American Music Hall
She called it the Music Box, and swanky city dwellers would dance the night away there for the next decade.
But it was not until 1972, when the Great American Music Hall opened, that happy music lovers filled the hall once more.
The past three decades at the Great American Music Hall have been full of music, with artists ranging from Duke Ellington, Sarah Vaughan and Count Basie to Van Morrison, the Grateful Dead and Bobby McFerrin.
www.musichallsf.com /history   (388 words)

 Home Page for the Mechanical Music Press
The fascinating history of automatic instruments and their music, in 158,000 words and hundreds of brilliant color photographs.
For each instrument, a detail box includes specifications such as the number of teeth on a music box comb, a description of the pipework in orchestrions and organs, dimensions, type of disc or roll used, and when known, the year manufactured, serial number, original cost, and history of previous ownership.
Its intricate mechanisms reproduce the music of three violins and piano, with near-human expression.
www.mechanicalmusicpress.com   (1086 words)

 Collectible and Antique Music and Musical Instruments on CYBERATTIC.
All original and in very good condition for music from the 1890s or earlier era.Corners are scuffed, thick paper.
Music is oversized and would be great framed.
The H. Gray Company, Inc. of New York published the music.   The cover notes the music is for high or medium in Ab - Low in F. The musi...
www.cyberattic.com /directory/Music_and_Musical_Instruments280.html   (796 words)

 The Cartoon Pop Music Page
In truth, the tunes of these old cartoons are memorable because they were the popular music of the 1920s and before: the drinking songs, the minstrel reels, the cultural memories that filled animators' lives behind the screen.
In 1907, though, Boot Hill was not far in the past.
And as early as 1907, cartoons reflected the general trend: J. Stuart Blackton's short Lightning Sketches concludes with the animator's hand drawing unflattering images of a "Cohen" (Jew) and "coon" (offensive term for a Black man).
www.cartoonresearch.com /gerstein/cartoonmusic   (2460 words)

 Bibliography of books on Indian Carnatic and Hindustani Music
Tala sangraha : compendium of talas in Karnatak music
The music of India, foreword by Ravi Shankar.
Indian musical traditions; an aesthetic study of the gharanas in Hindustani music
tamilelibrary.org /teli/musbks2.html   (1533 words)

 African American Registry for Tuesday December 26th 2006
Jazz is music and an African American artform.
*Johnny Hodges was born on this date in 1907.
*On this date in 1907, Benny Carter was born.
www.aaregistry.com /african_american_history/category/5/music   (2079 words)

 Books on Indian Music (carnatic & hindustani) - A Bibliography
Musical notations of the Orient; notational systems of Continental, East, South and Central Asia.
The music of India, a popular handbook of Hindustani music.
Hindustani music with ancient musical theory and to propound an accurate and
www.geocities.com /Athens/5180/musbks2.html   (1532 words)

 Music from Antique Networking
Words by C. Francis Reisner and Benny Davis and Music by Billy Baskette.
Words and Music by Cliff Hess, Howard Johnson and Milton Ager.
Sheet music is in good condition, slight wear and...
www.antiqnet.com /category,music-126.html   (282 words)

 Amazon.com: Cronology Of A Voice (1907 - 1914): Music: John McCormack,Georges Bizet,Arrigo Boito,Leo Delibes,Gaetano ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
John Mccormack Music — Sheet music for John mccormack at Sheet Music Plus.
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 Arnold Schoenberg
The desire for a conscious control of the new means and forms will arise in every artist's mind; and he will wish to follow consciously the laws and rules that govern the forms he has conceived "as in a dream.""
Schoenberg began his musical studies on violin at age 8.
Along with this came a return to more classical means of formal organization and larger works such as his Variations for Orchestra (1928).
www.wwnorton.com /classical/composers/schnbrg.htm   (648 words)

 Music from GoAntiques
Lyric by Bartley Costello and Music by Robert Stolz.
Words by Alexis French and Music by Rollo de Freyne.
Words by Gus Kahn and Music by Grace Leboy.
www.goantiques.com /category,music-126.html   (282 words)

 Music Information Sources
User's Guide; Excellent for finding music education research.
Recent issues of journals, including several in music.
User's Guide; International bibliography of scholarly writings on music.
www.mtsu.edu /~library/subjects/music.html   (73 words)

 MENC Founders of 1907
The organization's approaching centennial makes this an especially appropriate time to look back at the founders.
Left: Philip C. Hayden, Founder of the 1907 Music Supervisors' Conference.
Picture from 'History of Public School Music in the United States', by Edward Bailey Birge.
www.public.asu.edu /~aajth/history   (85 words)

 Giacomo Puccini : My Voice - New York 1907, MP3 Album Music Download at eMusic
Explore music collections from fans of this album
Speech by Giacomo Puccini, New York, Februrary 1907
Speech by Elvira Puccini, New York, February 1907
www.emusic.com /album/10897/10897883.html   (215 words)

 Table of contents for The choral music of twentieth-century women composers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Table of contents for The choral music of twentieth-century women composers
Table of contents for The choral music of twentieth-century women composers : Elisabeth Lutyens, Elizabeth Maconchy, and Thea Musgrave / Catherine Roma.
Music by women composers -- Great Britain -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
www.loc.gov /catdir/toc/ecip0515/2005018758.html   (105 words)

 DECAPOLIS : The Silent League to appear on James Joyce Chamber Music Project
New York City's The Silent League will contribute a track to the upcoming Fire Records James Joyce Chamber Music Project.
The release includes 36 artists charting love in the 36 stages as written by James Joyce in his 1907 poem "Chamber Music".
Each artist is given one of 36 verses to set to music.
www.decapolis.com /music_/pages/TheSilentLeaguetoappearonJ.shtml   (228 words)

 1907 in music (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.cs.unc.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
1907 in music - Google News (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.cs.unc.edu)
the following stand out: Wenthworth Webster (1828-1907), the Anglican pastor of the English colony at Biarritz, and music scholar Rodney Gallop...
General Porfirio Díaz legendarily orders a mariachi band to wear upper-class clothing (a charro suit) when they played for the visiting United States Secretary of State; this is the beginning of modern mariachi, as well as the traditional dress of future mariachi stars.
publicliterature.org.cob-web.org:8888 /en/wikipedia/1/19/1907_in_music.html   (450 words)

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