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  Encyclopedia: 1921 in music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
See also: 1920 in music, other events of 1921, 1922 in music and the list of 'years in music'.
See also: 1919 in music, other events of 1920, 1921 in music and the list of years in music.
See also: 1921 in music, other events of 1922, 1923 in music and the list of years in music.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/1921-in-music   (259 words)

 JAGS music curriculum
We are particularly proud that our first music teacher was Ralph Vaughan Williams, who was succeeded by Gustav Holst as Director of Music when he came to the school on Vaughan Williams's recommendation in 1904.
Music is compulsory in Years 7 to 9 and the curriculum is based on the National Curriculum with an emphasis on listening, composing and performing.
We believe that every pupil has latent musical talent and girls are most welcome to participate in weekly music activities, whether or not they have music lessons at school.
www.jags.org.uk /jags/curriculum/music.htm   (332 words)

 Polish Music Journal 5.2.02 - Piduch: The Soul of Poland in Music
Music belongs to the most subtle and most sensitive organs of the soul, and as such, it is necessarily controlled by the most subtle and tender activity of the human intellect.
In Polish music, to speak in plain terminology, when we hear one melody, we love it, when we hear another, we love that too, when we hear another, we love it also, and so on, until - until our brains seem to be awhirl with that certain, unexplainable feeling of - pleasurable pain.
Thus Poland, baptized in fire and surrounded with the sweet melancholy of Nature, gave birth to a music of "a strange philosophy." She gave birth to a music that is simple and grand.
www.usc.edu /dept/polish_music/PMJ/issue/5.2.02/polandpiduch.html   (2869 words)

 The Nation, 01/05/1921 - Music. Radicalism in Music by Straus, Henrietta
It has served to remind musicians that this musical Titan, too, had to struggle, not only against his own deafness, but against the still greater deafness of eighteenth-century conservatism.
Apparently then, as now, the musical mind was well plastered with traditions, while those, who cherished them probably did so with the same dreary reverence and for the same misguided purpose that clogs their progress today.
...Music Radicalism in Music ^P HE somewhat lengthy Beethoven celebration just ended -has 1 had, in spite of its -withering dulness, at least one salutary effect...
www.nationarchive.com /Summaries/v112i2896_19.htm   (947 words)

 Naxos.com, Your World of Classical Music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
There was music in the family, both from his father and from his mother, a descendant of a former Master of the Chapel Royal.
His chamber music is equally varied and there is a set of works for solo wind and other instruments, aptly meeting the demands of competitive as of solo recital performance.
He is, in fact, a composer of considerable stature, technically assured, fluent and prolific, providing music that gives pleasure, but also music that may have a more sombre side, work that may be lyrical and tuneful, or even astringent and harsh in its revelations.
www.naxos.com /mainsite?pn=Composers&char=A&ComposerID=38   (601 words)

 The Nation, 06/08/1921 - Music by Straus, Henrietta
The musical melodrama, that anachronism of eighteenth-century romanticism which has dominated Italy for nearly two hundred years, has at last fallen a victim to its own absurdities.
In bitter reaction against the degradation and disrepute into which Italian music has been brought, there has sprung up in Italy a revolt and an ideal, a revolt against that slipshod and irregular relationship between the text and the score in which the voice alone is supreme.
...Music Italy's New Music-Drama THE musical melodrama, that anachronism of eighteenth-century romanticism which has dominated Italy for nearly two hundred years, has at last fallen a victim to its own absurdities...
www.nationarchive.com /Summaries/v112i2918_13.htm   (888 words)

 Internet Broadway Database: Music Box Theatre Details
Music by Arthur Schwartz; Lyrics by Howard Dietz.
Music by Noël Coward; Lyrics by Noël Coward; Sketches by Noël Coward.
Music by Michel Legrand; French Libretto by Didier van Cauwelaert.
www.ibdb.com /venue.asp?id=1283   (465 words)

 Music biz in 1921: same crap, different century - Stormfront White Nationalist Community   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The defendants, it was alleged, controlled 80 percent of the available copyrighted songs used by manufacturers of phonographs, player piano rolls and other musical reproducing instruments, and fixed prices at which the records or rolls were to be sold to the public.
The deadly anxiety of "keeping up with the times" drives the army of piano-owners to the music stores to see what is "going" now, and of course it is the Yiddish moron music that is going, and so another home and eventually another neighborhood is inoculated.
Take any moron music addict you know and ask him what was the "popular" song three weeks ago, and he will not be able to tell.
www.stormfront.org /forum/showthread.php?t=76836   (621 words)

 UNCG School of Music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The UNCG School of Music has been recognized for years as one of the top music institutions in the United States and one of the foremost schools in the South.
Music has been a central discipline at UNCG since the university's founding over a century ago.
Progressing from a department to a professional School of Music by 1921, the School was the first institution in the South to offer an undergraduate music education degree (1912).
www.uncg.edu /mus   (456 words)

 A Descriptive Catalogue of The Music of Charles Ives.
Arranged in 1921 from music composed probably in Jan 1918.
This is an electronic version of A Descriptive Catalogue of The Music of Charles Ives by James B. Sinclair, published in book form by the Yale University Press in 1999.
This catalogue serves to describe the music manuscripts in the Charles Ives Papers, MSS 14, in the Irving S. Gilmore Music Library of Yale University.
webtext.library.yale.edu /xml2html/music/ci-s8p.htm   (1204 words)

 Music Program Notes - Q to R
The music is based on a series of chord progressions common to countless generations of Spanish flamenco guitarists, whose fiery style and brilliant playing have captivated millions of music lovers throughout the world.
The first section of the music is based upon the dance form known as the Jota, while the second, contrasting section is derived from the Fandango, here altered considerably in both time and tempo from its usual form.
She received her BS in Music Education from Bob Jones University, where she studied with Dwight Gustafson, and has completed her coursework for her Masters of Music Education from the University of Northern Iowa.
www.windband.org /foothill/pgm_note/notes_qr.htm   (4478 words)

 Het Geheugen van Nederland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Diepenbrock's oeuvre is among the highlights of Dutch music history.
He aimed for the complete coinciding of the sound of the word as it was spoken and sung.
Diepenbrock used the term 'tempo per vocali' to indicate that the rhythm of his vocal music was determined by the spoken language.
www.geheugenvannederland.nl /gvnNL/handler.cfm/event/onpage/pageID/E5893104-F8B8-42D8-AAEF-5B301AB30C07/collectionid/8F268B9A-F860-41DD-AB89-C96E5A6FF5C4   (208 words)

 Leonard Salzedo, 1921-2000
If one had to find a way of describing Leonard Salzedo's music, it would be difficult to find words more ideally suited to the syncopated rhythms and feeling for movement and dance which permeate all of Leonard Salzedo's oeuvre.
His music invades one's memory by all of these qualities, by haunting melody and imaginative colourings; but most of all, because it is so good.
His music seemed as full of inner tension and explosions as he appeared collected and calm.
www.mvdaily.com /articles/2002/05/salzedo.htm   (389 words)

 Playbill News: Today in Theatre History: SEPTEMBER 22   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
1921 The Music Box Revue of 1921 is the premiere performance at the new Music Box Theatre, which opened on 45th Street today.
This is the first edition of the Revue, itself the first to exhibit the work of one composer.
Mostel would become a star after this run, even though he was not the first choice for the role.
www.playbill.com /news/article/72239.html   (623 words)

 Fuzzy Izzy's Collectibles Music and Musical Instruments Directory   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Published by A. Stasny Music Co. In Fair condition, has light staining, light creasing and the bottom half of the spine is split.
This 1925 song was published by Harms Inc. and was performed in the romantic Musical Comedy "Captain Jinks" at the Martin Beck Theatre in New York.
The cover of this 1936 Empty Saddles sheet music from the Paramount Picture Rhythm On The Range, has a photo of Bing Crosby.
www.trocadero.com /fuzzyizzy/catalog/Music_and_Musical_Instruments30.html   (397 words)

 Artforum International: Shock value: Damon Krukowski on Electronic Musi... @ HighBeam Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Otherwise, noise and electronic music seem to have little to do with each other, and more often than not practitioners of one might take umbrage at the suggestion that they produce the other.
Music is always a sensual art, and the pleasure of Ohm offers insight into the central mystery of electronic music for many listeners: why some musicians would trade the warmth of voices and instruments for the chill of tape and electronics.
Because even in experimental music, it might not mean a thing if it ain't got that swing.
static.elibrary.com /a/artforuminternational/january012003/shockvaluedamonkrukowskionelectronicmusicmusicanan/index.html   (875 words)

 MP3 Downloads - Music Downloads - Music Videos
To draw a comparison to the old style of music listening, a download is like buying a single, and a stream is like hearing the song on the radio.
Downloaded music lives on your computer, and can be transferred to any compatible portable device.
Several online music services wrap their song files in DRM in order to have control over what you do with the files.
mp3.cnet.com /albums/538485/downloads.html   (557 words)

 Music Box Theatre
The Music Box is located on the north side of 45th Street between Broadway and Eighth Avenue.
The interior is charming and tastefully decorated, and the theater's box seats are notable for being unusally large and round (recent Music Box Theatre resident Dame Edna referred to them lovingly as "ashtrays").
The musicals have been sporadic, but among them are the classics Of Thee I Sing, As Thousands Cheer, and Lost in the Stars.
www.nytix.com /Links/Broadway/Theaters/musicbox.html   (551 words)

 Harlem Stride Piano 1921-1929 :: Music
Comment: I've been learning about Jazz mostly by listening to a lot of Fats Waller (and loving it!) so I decided to hear the music that influenced his style by the stride piano master and mentor to Fats.
Different from Fats, as James P. Johnson's style is a bit less lighthearted and more rigid, but at the same time, some of the tracks posess an astonishing beauty.
Much of this music reminds me of the kind used in old cartoons from the 1930's.
www.beautysalon.com.au /product-detail/67/music/B000000GCS   (333 words)

 ECS Publishing: Distributor: Randol Bass Music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
ECS Publishing is proud to distribute the complete catalog of Randol Bass Music.
The textural structure of the piece is paraphrased by the composer from the Holy Scriptures and outlines a narrative shape similar to the famous setting of the Christmas story by Heinrich Schütz.
This piece was written especially for the Baylor University Music Department and is suitable for use in either church or the concert hall.
www.ecspub.com /distribRBM.html   (857 words)

 A Descriptive Catalogue of The Music of Charles Ives.
Arranged in 1921 from music composed in 1914, according to Ives.
Music arranged from the chmbr orch The Rainbow [#045].
Adapted c1902-03 from music composed possibly in the same year; no date in the source, which is headed with the unidentified "Cronin 2422 Plaza." Forty Earlier Songs suggests ?1899.
webtext.library.yale.edu /xml2html/music/ci-s8r.htm   (3628 words)

 Arbel Chaya   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
See: Works by Chaya Arbel, published by I.M.C. Born in Germany, 1921.
Her music studies were stopped when she settled in Israel, 1936, and worked in agriculture.
She won a special price for her activities and achievements in Music Education, and the Acum prize for her work "Dialogue for Clarinet and Orchestra".
www.geocities.com /israelcomposers/arbel_chaya.htm   (63 words)

 News Release:
Earl R. Kruschke, professor emeritus of political science, and his wife, Marilyn Ann Kruschke, have presented the Department of Music at California State University, Chico with a $25,000 gift that will underwrite the cost of rebuilding a 1921 Steinway D concert grand piano long owned by the university.
The piano, sometimes called the Rachmaninoff piano because the famous composer is said to have performed on it, was trucked to New York City for rebuilding this spring and will be back for the Golden Sounds concert on March 25, 2005, at 7:30 p.m.
The $2,000 prize can be used however the student chooses for the enhancement of his or her education or career in classical piano music.
www.csuchico.edu /pa/news/fall2004/7.21.2004.html   (506 words)

 Classics Today.com - Your Online Guide to Classical Music
The bulk of this second volume of CPO's Hindemith orchestral cycle, repackaged from earlier individual releases, explores his concerted works--which turn out to be quite a few, even though he did not always identify them as such.
CD 1 offers the 1921 Film Music, which in the mocking grandiosity of its opening is curiously reminiscent of George Antheil.
Much calmer moods prevail in 1927's Five Pieces for String orchestra, to be followed by some not very interesting music composed in 1932 for the Plon Boarding School's music students.
www.classicstoday.com /review.asp?ReviewNum=3218   (503 words)

 Sherrys Antiques* Collectibles* & Frivolous Necessities Art Deco Directory
Music and Musical Instruments: Sheet Music: Pre 1920 stock# safn-1506
Neat old cover on this music from 1921.
Music and Musical Instruments: Sheet Music: Pre 1920 stock# safn-1505
www.cyberattic.com /~sherrysantiques/catalog/Art_Deco20.html   (358 words)

 SignOnSanDiego.com > News > Features -- Oldies that aren't so old for nostalgic hip-hop fans
XM – the dominant network with 4 million subscribers – does not release listenership figures for individual channels, but urban programming director Leo Pryor said the hip-hop oldies channel is among its most popular urban offerings.
Record labels, meanwhile, have in recent years reissued a slew of "classic" rap albums from those golden years of, say, the mid-1990s.
It's a format that could take off elsewhere in coming years as advertisers and radio executives recognize the buying power of aging hip-hop fans and the staying power of the music generally, said Dana Hall, urban and rhythmic editor for industry journal Radio and Records.
www.signonsandiego.com /news/features/20050607-1921-music-hip-hopoldies.html   (934 words)

 Luck's Music Library
Our commitment to service is well known in the orchestral community, and now we extend that commitment to you by way of the Internet.
It is the most extensive database of its kind for orchestral music on the web.
We will periodically highlight some of the most admired arrangers in educational music.
www.lucksmusic.net   (378 words)

 Piano Rentals   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Since 1921, Amro Music has had the Mid-South's largest selection of new and used pianos.
Amro Music offers the largest selection of commercial short term rentals in the area.
If you need a piano, Hammond organ, Allen organ, digital piano, or the world renowned Steinway and Sons Concert Grand Piano for your event, we will be happy to assist you.
www.amromusic.com /Pianos/renting.htm   (294 words)

 1921 in music - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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"Say It with Music" by Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra
Sally, London production opened at the Winter Garden Theatre on September 10 and ran for 387 performances
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/1921_in_music   (480 words)

 Bombo Rivera   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
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1917 in music 22: * "The Bombi -Shay" by Henry Creamer
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www.super8filmmaking.com /tail/41803-bombo-rivera.html   (565 words)

 African American Registry for Sunday January 1st 2006
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 1921, Jon Hendricks was born.
www.aaregistry.com /african_american_history/category/5/music   (2097 words)

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