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  The Nation, 06/12/1929 - Music: The Bach Festival by Ascher, Charles S.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
It is still possible for the musical pilgrim to sense the community out of which this remarkable folk expression has burgeoned.
...Music The Bach Festival THE Bach Choir of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, on May 10 and 11 gave its twenty-third festival under the direction of Dr...
...the] present state of decay" of Leipzig church music: of the fifty-five endowed scholars at Bach's command for the musical services in four churches, seventeen are "useless...
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 Dreams and Realities: Reinventing American Music 1929-42
We are given to understand that many pieces of music are written and even well-received when first played, but few stand the proverbial "test of time." Somehow, certain works are able to transcend their context and speak to succeeding generations and are played over and over again.
The music which is revived which has not remained consistently on concert programs is understood to be- however well intentioned-simply not great music.
Insofar as music is both a mirror and catalyst of cultural movements, it is particularly apt to listen once again to the music of the 1930s written by composers who struggled with comparable issues of identity and purpose.
www.americansymphony.org /dialogues_extensions/96_97season/4th_concert/leon.cfm   (2198 words)

 Ralph Rainger - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ralph Rainger (October 7, 1901 - October 23, 1942) was an American composer of popular music principally for films.
Born Ralph Reichenthal in New York City, Rainger embarked on a legal career before escaping to Broadway where he became Clifton Webb's accompanist.
His first hit, "Moanin' Low" with lyrics by Howard Dietz was written for Webb's co-star Libby Holman in the 1929 revue The Little Show.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ralph_Rainger   (180 words)

 Harlem Stride Piano 1921-1929 :: Zhen Beauty|beauty|11058281 :: Music
James P. Johnson was a key musician among those synthesizing a jazz piano style out of the elements of ragtime in the early decades of the century; he also played a part in the rise of the Charleston dance craze.
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.
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 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.
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 Brief Timeline of American Literature and Popular Music:1920-1929
This page provides a sample of the music and films available during the period 1920-1929.
The music links here appear courtesy of the sites listed at the bottom of the page; please visit them for more information about the music of this era.
Because they reflect the attitudes, beliefs, and prejudices of their times, some materials of this era may be offensive to listeners.
guweb2.gonzaga.edu /faculty/campbell/enl311/1920m.html   (917 words)

 aworks :: "new" american classical music: 1929-1946 great depression/ww ii
Partly, I've been listening lately to so much modernist/ultra-modernist piano music from the 1920s/30s and I finally made the connection between all that dissonance and provocation and the vernacular Aaron Copland (ignoring the early austere Copland or the late experimenter Copland).
To elaborate on my thinking, it is my intention to understand American classical music via periods in American history by exploring the context of the time in which the music was written.
For historical periods, I have adopted the ideas of William Strauss and Neil Howe in their book, The Fourth Turning, where American history follows the "saeculum." Each saecular (or generational) cycle is maybe 80 years and consists of a sequential pattern of 20-year periods: a high, an awakening, an unraveling, and a crisis.
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 'Prokofiev - Symphony No 4 (rev vers); Prodigal Son - Suite' by Sergey Prokofiev from The Portsmouth Chorus.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Prokofiev's Symphony No. 4, premièred in November 1930 by the Boston Symphony under Serge Koussevitzky but revised in 1947, is coupled with the music that spawned it, the 1929 ballet music for 'The Prodigal Son,' the last of four ballets Prokofiev wrote for Diaghilev.
The music is filled with Prokofiev's motoric impetus but also has quite a goodly number of his sweet/tart melodies as well.
Both performances here are quite nice, with rhythmic verve, alert and nuanced shaping of the material, and quite good playing from the National Symphony of Ukraine under their regular conductor, the American Theodore Kuchar, who has been associated with the orchestra for many years.
www.theportsmouthchorus.com /music-cd/B00000IMFT   (399 words)

 Amazon.com: Music of Puerto Rico 1929-1947: Music: Various Artists   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
This item is not eligible for Amazon Prime, but over a million other items are.
Music > International > Compilations > Caribbean & Cuba
A must have for anyone wanting to pass down the tradition of "Jibaro" music or wanting to discover it.
www.amazon.com /Music-Puerto-1929-1947-Various-Artists/dp/B000001XYE   (367 words)

 Turn-of-the-Century Child: Music 1900-1929
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, including folk music recorded in twelve languages representing numerous ethnic groups and musicians.
These recordings represent a broad spectrum of musical styles many of which would have been familiar to children earlier in the century: ballads (e.g.
Read and hear about the birth and growth of the blues by searching the archive of "This Day in History" for September 28 (scroll down or use "find in page" to locate the keyword "Handy") at the Library of Congress.
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 The Nation, 03/20/1929 - Music by Adler, Lawrence   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The Nation, 03/20/1929 - Music by Adler, Lawrence
Volume: 128 • Issue #: 3324 • Date: March 20, 1929
...Music Among the Recitalists I IN a season thus far rather gray, vocally speaking, the recent recitals of Heinrich Schlusnuss and Elizabeth Rethberg stand out in luminous contrast...
www.nationarchive.com /Summaries/v128i3324_18.htm   (708 words)

 Brief Timeline of American Literature and Popular Music:1920-1929
Music files on this page are in RealAudio unless otherwise noted.
Laughing Record (Henry's Music Lesson), performed by Miss Sally Stembler and Edward Meeker (comedy routine)
Except as noted, sheet music covers have been scanned from my collection.
www.gonzaga.edu /faculty/campbell/enl311/1920m.html   (917 words)

 music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The 1920's brought on a new style of music.
In the early 1920's these places were considered very uncivilized and vulgar, however, as jazz grew in popularity, so did the cabarets and dance halls.
- riff - a musical patter or phrase that is repeated over and over again by a voice or instrument
www.olpillar.com /8_2003/1920_1929/music.html   (172 words)

 America on the Move | Menu from S.S. Leviathan
This combined Dinner Menu and Music Program was given to the First Class passengers who were traveling aboard the Leviathan on Sunday, December 22, 1929.
The cover artwork on this First Class Dinner Menu and Music Program from December 22, 1929, depicts the ship Leviathan as seen from the banks of a woodland stream ashore.
In addition to the music program and dinner menu there is a space for autoographs.
www.americanhistory.si.edu /onthemove/collection/object_118.html   (206 words)

 evangeline (1929) music albums, rare cds, vinyl records, cd singles and lps
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 The 1929 Depression : Music Reviews : Rolling Stone
Home : artists : The 1929 Depression : Album Reviews
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 Hits Of 1929: Pop Music: The Top Requested Songs -   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Hits Of 1929: Pop Music: The Top Requested Songs -
The song opens with the wedding March, and Eddie refers to the fact that he's never been married, but just refers to the institution as "just another reason" for makin' whoopee.
If we made an error, we will do whatever is reasonable to fix it.
www.popculturemadness.com /Music/Top54-Back/1929.html   (524 words)

 Lamento Borincano
This is a superbly edited and remastered 2 CD collection of early Puerto Rican music, featuring 50 selections played by 20 different groups.
The striking music on the collection was a product of a great migration of Puerto Rican workers to this country....
Hearing these long-ago tunes, with their robust vocals, keening horns, and sprightly string ensembles, one can't help feeling refreshed and enchanted.
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 Louis Armstrong - Early Satch: 1923-1929 - Yahoo! Shopping   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
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 aworks :: "new" american classical music: Piano Percussion Music (1929). Marc Blitzstein
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Now we're just left with one real music reviewer, Josh Kosman, who only came to one of the 4 Other Minds Festival concerts and ignored the rest.
And I always thought Alan Ulrich's musical judgment was excellent so it was a treat to find his review in FT. http://del.icio.us/thestandingroom has the link to the FT review I had omitted:
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 Music Trades: Anthony "Tony" D'angelo: 1929-2004   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
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ANTHONY CARMINE D'ANGELO, The Music Trades account manager and director of circulation, died on April 16th after a valiant four-month struggle with lung cancer, he was 74 years old.
Although diagnosed in November, he continued to come to work until mid January when he was overwhelmed by the burden of chemo and radiation therapy
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 Wall Posters & Prints of Blues 1929   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Bessie Smith in the 1929 film St. Louis Blues.
The film was shot in June of 1929 in Astoria, Long...
Find this Blues 1929 print and other great prints at Art.com.
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 Broadway Musicals Show By Show 1917-1929 Sheet Music, Lyrics, Chords!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Digital Broadway Musicals Show By Show 1917-1929 Sheet Music is downloadable and printable now!
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To top of Broadway Musicals Show By Show 1917-1929 Sheet Music, Scores and Tabs
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 The Time Capsule: 1920s - Age Concern England
This was young for a May Queen, so it was a lovely gesture.
Nora didn't start going to school until she was 9, and started taking music lessons at 10 years old.
Her first degree was presented to her when she was 17, and at 19 years of age she received her second degree, from the London College of Music, enabling her to be a fully qualified music teacher.
www.ace.org.uk /TimeCapsule/1920s_7C2490BB0AD448759C4A61E55BCC9859.htm   (206 words)

 Ian McKinley, Biography : Australian Music Centre: (1929- ), Mackay, Australia. Picture, biography, and list of works ...
Ian McKinley, Biography : Australian Music Centre: (1929-), Mackay, Australia.
Picture, biography, and list of works and recordings, from the Australian Music Centre.
Sat, 21 Jan 2006 1:23:29 CST Music Stores
www.torontorecordingstudio.com /music/site/150699/m/mckinley-ian.html   (171 words)

 1930 in music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
See also: 1929 in music, other events of 1930, 1931 in music and the list of 'years in music'.
"Beyond the Blue Horizon" by George Olsen[?] & His Music
Failing that, queered that game by threatening to the sorcerer to practise apo.
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 NUTS OF MUSIC-HALL 1929, MUSIC-HALL   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
24 top sellers selected for those who are Music Hall lovers of the thirties.
I’m Afraid of You Ray Ventura and His Collegians • Vous n’avez que moi (My Blue Heaven) Robert Burnier • Allelujah !
Rates used by your bank may change slightly according to your bank policy regarding foreign orders.
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 Common Content: Catalog: Audio : Music : RAQUELA and the Confessions of the Disco Diva
Common Content: Catalog: Audio : Music : RAQUELA and the Confessions of the Disco Diva
Catalog : Audio : Music : RAQUELA and the Confessions of the Disco Diva
Her themes are written around a pathetically tragic and damaged Diva.
www.commoncontent.org /catalog/audio/music/1929   (171 words)

 Alfred Kunz Music: (1929 ), Neudorf, Saskatchewan. Canadian composer, choirmaster, conductor, arranger, and music ...
Canadian composer, choirmaster, conductor, arranger, and music publisher.
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 Words and Music (1929)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Trivia: When Fox Movietone Follies of 1929 (1929) was found to have too much footage, Lois Moran's numbers were cut and this film was fashioned around them.
I have seen this movie and would like to comment on it
Discuss this movie with other users on IMDb message board for Words and Music (1929)
www.imdb.com /title/tt0020604   (242 words)

 Marmalade MP3 Ragtime Dixieland 1890-1929 royalty free music: Flying Hands Royalty Free Music
Marmalade MP3 Ragtime Dixieland 1890-1929 royalty free music: Flying Hands Royalty Free Music
A lively barnstorming romp from the golden era of silent film.
MP3 files are encoded at 192k Bit, 44100 Hz, Stereo and enclosed in a zip file for delivery.
www.flyinghands.com /prod/500126   (120 words)

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