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  Polish Music Journal 5.2.02 - Labunski: Poland's Contribution to Music
The first half of the 18th century was characterized in Poland by the growth of secular music, the further development of instrumental music and the shifting of art patronage from the court to the wealthy magnates and landlords.
This period was marked by the development of symphonic music and produced several distinguished composers: W³adys³aw ¯eleñski (1839-1920) chiefly known as the author of the opera "Goplana," and of symphonic and chamber music.
[12] Their music is remarkable for its model character and unusual scales, derived from Polish folk music; by its fresh and vigorous rhythm; by its humor and healthy objectivism, all in keeping with the spirit of the new Poland, a spirit of action, optimism and self-reliance.
www.usc.edu /dept/polish_music/PMJ/issue/5.2.02/polandlabunski.html   (2709 words)

 The Nation, 05/25/1927 - Music by Haggin, B. H.
In "Music and Common Sense" the author discussed the inability of a purely verbal explanation or definition of musical facts to make them intelligible to one who has had no direct contact with them.
...Music Criticism by Radio T N Music and Common Sense 1 I discussed the inability of a * purely verbal explanation or definition of musical facts to make them intelligible to one who has had no direct contact with them...
...What sort of music the educator starts with depends on what sort of person he is educating (the education is, then, one of individuals), but he will allow a piece of music to present an example of material and its use, of which he will make the listener aware...
www.nationarchive.com /Summaries/v124i3229_21.htm   (1060 words)

 The Origins Of Big Band Music
European music through the nineteenth century was melodically based, much of it with a square or waltz rhythmic structure.
Much African music has an organization which is based around rhythm and accent, rhythms and accents that may actually shift and move in relation to each other as the music progresses.
From 1927 until the late 1930's things were so busy in From 1927 until the late 1930's things were so busy in Harlem that good musicians could play every night of the year, sometimes in many different bands, due to constant personnel changes in most of them.
www.redhotjazz.com /bigband.html   (2091 words)

 Birthplace of Country Music Alliance - 1927 Sessions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Rodgers is considered the "Father of Country Music" and was the first artist to be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame, and the Carter Family has been recognized as Country Music's "First Family" due to the influence of their works on succeeding generations of country music artists.
The Birthplace of Country Music Alliance (BCMA) was formed to bring national and international recognition to the people of the Southern Appalachian region, the musical and cultural heritage of the region, the region's role in the development of country music, and the region's influence on music around the world.
To recognize and promote this tradition, the Birthplace of Country Music Alliance is dedicated to calling attention to the crucial role played by artists from East Tennessee, Southwest Virginia and the Southern Appalachian region in traditional old-time, country and bluegrass music, as well as other musical avenues which have been nurtured by this region.
www.birthplaceofcountrymusic.org /?BISKIT=654318658&CONTEXT=cat&cat=10041   (649 words)

 The Nation, 12/07/1927 - Music by Adler, Lawrence
In these days of cerebral outpourings, when music has to a certain degree become the handmaid of an over-neurotic age, it is quite refreshing to find a young composer of opera who boldly chooses melodrama as his libretto and attempts to gild its creaking hinges with the glamour of his muse.
...Music Korngold's "Violanta" IN these days of cerebral outpourings, when music has to a certain degree become the handmaid of an over-neurotic age, it is quite refreshing to find a young composer of opera -who boldly chooses melodrama as his libretto and attempts to gild its creaking hinges with the glamor of his muse...
...unfortunately, however, Korngold was not a musical entity when he wrote "Violanta," and consequently he falls violently on to the horns of a dilemma...
www.nationarchive.com /Summaries/v125i3257_36.htm   (615 words)

 Birthplace of Country Music
Although shielded by geography from outside influences during the 18th and early 19th centuries, the area's music began to evolve rapidly during the Civil War period when the region was opened by the railroads.
The report follows the growth of popularity of country music during the "barn dance" shows of the radio era and bluegrass festivals of the 60s and 70s.
In the mid-1990s, the Birthplace of Country Music Alliance (BCMA) was founded in Bristol to call attention to and support the musical traditions of the area.
www.loc.gov /bicentennial/propage/TN/tn_s_frist3.html   (335 words)

 Texas Governor Rick Perry - Texas Music Pioneers (A-M) / Texas Music History Tour   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
One of the earliest references to musical instruments among Texas German immigrants, Heinrich Backofen, son of a prominent Darmstadt clarinet maker, brought "a whole chest" of instruments with him to Bettina in 1847.
Louis Armstrong's 1927 recording of Bowman's "Twelfth Street Rag," was a precursor to the trumpeter's phrasing.
A good singer and great lover of music, Fuchs wrote settings to many outstanding German poems and both the text and music of other songs; at his home he and his family and friends frequently gathered for sing-songs around his piano, one of the first west of the Colorado.
www.governor.state.tx.us /divisions/music/tour/pioneers.htm   (9585 words)

 Béla Bartók
There he deepened his acquaintance with Wagner, though it was the music of Strauss, which he met at the Budapest premiere of Also sprach Zarathustra in 1902, that had most influence.
Meanwhile his music was beginning to be influenced by this activity and by the music of Debussy that Kodály had brought back from Paris: both opened the way to new, modal kinds of harmony and irregular metre.
The move from inward chromaticism to a glowing major (though modally tinged) tonality is basic to the Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta (1936) and the Sonata for Two Pianos and Percussion (1937), both written for performance in Switzerland at a time when the political situation in Hungary was growing unsympathetic.
w3.rz-berlin.mpg.de /cmp/bartok.html   (856 words)

 Medialunchbox - Music : Music From The Lost Provinces: Old-Time Stringbands From Ashe County, North Carolina & ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Music : Music From The Lost Provinces: Old-Time Stringbands From Ashe County, North Carolina and Vicinity 1927-1931
Maybe it was the isolated and tough nature of the region that inspired folks to turn to music.
If you like your music produced in such a way so that all the life, soul, and passion is drowned out in a slick, radio friendly sound, that makes it sound like everything else on the radio you need to steer very clear of this one.
www.medialunchbox.com /ItemId/B00000I9NA   (651 words)

 An Assortment of Collectible Sheet Music
The cover of a piece of sheet music containing the lyrics and music of great and not so great composers could be as plain as straight text or artistic in its own right.
We are offering a selection of sheet music that spans the first half of the 20th century.
Music by J. Morris Ward and Clinton Standish.
www.the-forum.com /EPHEMERA/music001.htm   (4496 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)

 Dick Stone's Music
The famous Capital steamboat was segregated until 1927 but quickly changed their policy when the all-white big band went on strike for more money early in the 1927 season.
Their music wasn’t what I would call dance music but people liked the sound as evidenced by the many records they sold.
Brothers Jimmy and Tommy Dorsey were taught music when they were very young by their father who was a music teacher and had a small band.
dickstonesmusic.blogspot.com   (21977 words)

 It - 1927 Actors and Music Sites
If you have anmovie actor or music question you can contact one of the sites below for additional It - 1927 information.
These resources contain extensive film information, however, please let us or these sites know if you still have music and actor questions.
(dmoz.com movie actor and music links may have been altered for space and content)
www.gocount.com /movies/It_-_1927.html   (121 words)

 1927 in music - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
See also: 1926 in music, other events of 1927, 1928 in music and the list of 'years in music'.
March 18 - John Kander, composer of musicals
December 26 - Denis Quilley, musical theatre actor
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/1927_in_music   (650 words)

 Stylistic Timeline of Music History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
The timeline below may be of assistance in focusing on the study of music history.
Monophonic music was a vital part of the cultures of the ancient Chinese, Hebrews, and Greeks.
Christian chant, based on Jewish cantorial traditions and Greek music theory, developed during the decline of Rome.
www.stevenestrella.com /composers/styletimeline.html   (1392 words)

 Dewey Balfa
Dewey was born in 1927 to a large musical family from Bayou Grand Louis near Mamou, Louisiana.
Dewey returned to Louisiana convinced of the value of his culture and its music; for the rest of his life he worked tirelessly to bring that conviction to his own people and Cajun music to audiences throughout North America, Europe and Japan.
He and his brothers recorded several classic albums of traditional Cajun music for the Swallow and Rounder labels.
www.cajunfrenchmusic.org /biographies/balfa-d.htm   (755 words)

 1927 Music and Discussion
Music From The Lost Provinces: Old-Time Stringbands From Ashe County, North Carolina & Vicinity 1927-1931
To access all functionality, you can log in via Flork.
Flork is a worldwide community of people who are interested in music, movies and books.
www.gnoosic.com /discussion/1927.html   (90 words)

 Swarthmore College Library: World Music - Far East
Contains one or more pieces from China (old melodies, inst'l and dramatic music, opera), Tibet, Cambodia, Laos, Bali, Tahiti, Japan, India (folk music, classical music), Jewish music, music of Islam (near east, Iraq, and Maghrib).
H MCD 2173 Music for koto and flute.
Orchestra of the Nat'l Music Institute, Seoul, Kim Ki-su, cond.
www.swarthmore.edu /Library/underhill/Music/fareast.html   (616 words)

 Roughstock's History of Country Music - The Beginnings
Known as the "Father of Country Music," James Charles Rodgers was born in Meridian, Mississippi on September 8, 1897.
Always in ill health, he became a railroad hand, until ill health caught up with him and he was forced to seek a less strenuous occupation.
But he, Fred Rose, and Hank Williams were the first persons to be elected to the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1961, which is indicative of his importance in the history of Country Music.
www.roughstock.com /history/begin.html   (560 words)

 WU Libraries - Gaylord Music Library - Necrology - B
Baker, Buddy, Grammy- and Oscar-nominated composer of musical scores for almost 200 Disney films, television shows and theme-park attractions, d.
John H. Kendricks 1927 (not 1936 as sometimes given) in Detroit.
Bloch, Suzanne, musician and teacher, early music specialist, daughter of Ernest Bloch, d.
library.wustl.edu /~music/necro/necro-b.html   (2946 words)

 Lisabeth's Music Images
Also, if you happen to have any cool music images of your own and want to add them here, let me know.
Suggestions and ideas are always welcome, and can be left in my guestbook or sent to me by email.
These are some mp3 files with some of my original hymn arrangements from when I directed a choir, set for women's voices in three parts, except two parts when noted.
www.gymell.com /doc/musicimages.shtml   (618 words)

 Here I am Broken Hearted - 1927 (Sheet Music of the 1920's - Continued Group B) at Ladybugs Antiques & Collectibles
All of our sheet music is complete and playable in any condition/grade, unless otherwise noted.
1927 copyright by De Sylva, Brown & Henderson Inc. Cover art by Leff.
Good condition with PO repair of 2½” spine tear (inside invisible tape), and name on cover.
pages.tias.com /7042/PictPage/1922188093.html   (116 words)

 Birthplace of Country Music
Bristol is on the Tennessee and Virginia border, where Appalachian mountain folk music has been popular for generations.
By the early 1900s, the recording industry had begun, but most musicians had to travel to New York City to record their music.
Because Bristol is not usually thought of as the place where country music began, it was especially important that the U.S. Congress recognized Bristol's contribution to music history.
www.americaslibrary.gov /cgi-bin/page.cgi/es/tn/bristol_1   (219 words)

 Sound of Music Dinner Show   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
in Salzburg, where it all began in 1927, when Baron von Trapp and Maria were married at the Nonnberg Abbey.
Based on their story, the famous "Sound Of Music" was filmed in and around our beautiful city in 1964.
I am one of the the founders of the world renowned "Sound Of Music Dinner Show" and its musical director since 1991, when we staged our first show in Salzburg.
www.soundofmusicshow.com   (149 words)

 Welcome to Music Season: chennai music,carnatic music,music season,Madras music season,music festival dance,india dance ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
This culture was adopted by various other sabhas that hold art festivals in different parts of the city.
A unique feature of this art festival is the fact that up and coming artistes also get a chance to exhibit their talents to this city of music and dance lovers at large along with the well established artistes.
Art lovers from various parts of the world visit the city during this season and in nearly all of them there is always a rush for tickets.
www.webindia.com /mseason   (216 words)

 The Music World - 80s music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
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 nordic journal of music therapy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Clive Robbins, co-developer and pioneer of the improvisational music therapy approach known as Creative Music Therapy (or the Nordoff-Robbins approach) has made significant contributions to the development of music therapy throughout the world for nearly fifty years.
Through a series of qualitative interviews, a narrative was developed tracing Clive Robbins’ life from his birth in 1927 to the death of his wife, Carol Robbins, in 1996.
Relationships between major themes in his life and in Creative Music Therapy are discussed.
www.hisf.no /njmt/abstract121hadley.html   (121 words)

 Real Audio GUIOMAR NOVAËS - THE COMPLETE VICTOR 78s, 1919-1927 Music & Arts CD-4702   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
It was the utter naturalness, freshness and spontaneity of her playing which endeared her to audiences and critics alike.
In the New York Times, critic Harold C. Schonberg admirably summed up Novaës' contribution to the music world: "The sheer beauty of her playing managed to transcend any other considerations; it was its own reward.
There may have been more monumental pianists, more intellectual pianists, but it is hard to think of a pianist whose playing gave as much sheer pleasure as that of Guiomar Novaës...
musicandarts.com /CD4702hi.html   (246 words)

 Klezmer Review: Klezmer Music: Early Yiddish Instrumental Music, 1908 - 1927
The person who did the most to make old klezmer recordings and "neshama" (soul) accessible to people rediscovering the music on the West Coast, maybe anywhere, was Dr. Martin Schwartz, of the University of California at Berkeley.
The lilt of this 1909 recording called "Haneros Haluli" by H. Steiner is especially intriguing when you compare it to the Muzsikas version of the same, on their "Lost Jewish Music of Transylvania".
There are other excellent collections of early klezmer music, although not soooo many, and none that are better.
www.klezmershack.com /bands/schwartz/earlyklez/schwartz.earlyklez.html   (1291 words)

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