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  Reminiscing 1957: The Music
I have come to the conclusion that it is impossible to describe, we just have to "go with the flow" so to speak and enjoy the feelings if they are indeed good memories.
It will be a song that will transport someone back to 1957 and a certain kiss, a certain boy or girl, or even a fleeting memory that you can't quite put a finger on.
Or better yet, write the letter to a child or grandchild and share 1957 with someone who means the world to you.
www.loti.com /1957_music.htm   (532 words)

  1957 The Everly Brothers
With 24 of G and T’s Top 40, 11 of the 16 #1 songs of 1957, and 18 of Billboard’s Top 30 being classified as rock and roll, the “new” music was clearly increasing in popularity in 1957.
The practice continued into 1957 with “Young Love,”; one of the best examples of a cover success and the most heated contest of two versions of the same song for the “Elvis Era.” Sonny James took the song to #2 with a country version that had a distinct rock and roll flavor.
In 1957 popular music came in four basic media: the 78 rpm 12” disk, the 45 rpm 7” disk, the LP -- 33 1/3 rpm 12” disk, and the EP -- 33 1/3 7” disk.
homepage.mac.com /deaconjoe/ElvisEra/1957/1957music.html   (1688 words)

 Computer Music: MUSIC I-V   (Site not responding. Last check: )
MUSIC 1, which was quickly replaced by MUSIC II running on an IBM 704 and written in assembler code was the first real computer synthesis programme, developed by Max Mathews of Bell Laboratories in 1957.
MUSIC III was written in 1959 for the new generation of IBM transistorised 7094 machines which were much faster and easier to use than the older models.
MUSIC V was picked up and developed by various other programmers such as Barry vercoe at MIT who designed MUSIC 360 and MUSIC 10 by John Chowning and James Moorer at Stanford University.
www.obsolete.com /120_years/machines/software   (400 words)

 Polish Music Journal 4.1.01 - Notes about Authors
In 1985 she was awarded a French Government grant which enabled her to study music analysis and aesthetics at the Sorbonne University in Paris; at that time she began her research into the life and oeuvre of Aleksander Tansman.
James Wierzbicki, a member of the music faculty at the University of California-Irvine, is a musicologist who specializes in critical theory, 18th-century opera, and film music.
The musical sociology of Max Weber and intertextual relationships in opera, film, and novels are among his current topics of study.
www.usc.edu /dept/polish_music/PMJ/issue/4.1.01/authors4_1.html   (922 words)

 Original Abu-Gosh Music Festival - History 1957-1972
The programme was mostly drawn from Christian liturgical music, the performers were mainly Jewish and the audience was a mixed one - Jews, Christians and Moslems.
That year, 1957, also saw the formation of the "Association of the Abu Gosh-Kiryath Yearim Music Festival" for the purpose of operating this musical venture.
It might be assumed that the audience at the Festival was drawn mainly from the older generation of Israelis originating from Europe who still recalled brilliant performances of church music in their countries of origin and who attend the Abu Gosh concerts for nostalgic reasons.
www.bach-cantatas.com /AG/History.htm   (607 words)

 Writing about Music
Writing about music is much like writing about (say) painting, in that we take as our objective (a) introducing a performance and (b) sharing our insight into the artfulness of that performance, in language that is as direct and as concrete as we can make it.
The surprising thing (he adds) is that many people who consider themselves qualified music lovers listen at this level only; they go to concerts in order to lose themselves; they use music as a consolation or as an escape.
Copland argues that all music conveys meaning behind the notes and that the meaning behind the notes constitutes what the piece says, what the piece is about.
www.ucalgary.ca /~rseiler/music.htm   (1862 words)

 Eric Coates (1886-1957) - famous Eric Coates (1886-1957) Classics hit collection and Eric Coates (1886-1957) Music ...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Yet it was to be in the field of light music that he was to become famous.
He produced one major success after another, his music in the war years valuable to the morale of the nation, and included the stirring march for the Eighth Army to mark their Alamein victory in 1942 under General Montgomery.
He had so many successes, and his music became known to just about everyone in the UK, that it was thought he had a considerable output, but apart from his songs, it numbered less than fifty.
www.naxos.com /composerinfo/216.htm   (842 words)

 1957: Music - Archive Article - MSN Encarta
1957: Music - Archive Article - MSN Encarta
The most prominent musical birthday of 1957 was that of a composer of today, Igor Stravinsky, who was 75 years old on June 17.
The general recognition of this occasion in the musical world at large was a tribute to Mr.
encarta.msn.com /sidebar_461509914/1957_Music.html   (142 words)

 Music of 1957 - Fifties Oldies
The music establishment, never comfortable with Black Rhythm and Blues - even if it was now called Rock and Roll - was making some headway at homogenizing popular music.
Berry's music was a combination of Blues, Country and Rock.
1957 was the last year in the history of Rock in which all of the year end Top Ten artists were American.
www.fiftiesweb.com /57tunes.htm   (712 words)

 MapleMusic.com - Promoting Canadian Music, Bands and Artists
All four tracks, along with three music videos are now available on one disc for Tokyo Police Club fans to add to their growing collection.
Ball is a collection of songs that musically reflect the kaleidoscopic live show full of ideas and textures, that Spiral Beach translates to the stage with expertise.
The music is impassioned and reflective, emotive and provoking: a powerful companion to the Waterkeeper movement.
www.maplemusic.com   (903 words)

 Denver - Music
Making music has long served as therapy for Evanescence frontwoman Amy...
Ketch Secor and company's old-timey music invokes a simpler time.
Putting together a music conference is hard enough.
music.westword.com   (819 words)

 Sony Music USA
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Copyright © 2004 Sony Music Entertainment Inc. All rights reserved.
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 Music of 1957
The Everly Brothers had a good year with two huge hits, while Buddy Holly scored big with and without the Crickets.
At the height of his career, Little Richard left the music business in 1957 to study at a Bible college in Alabama and to "make his peace with Jesus." Fortunately for his fans, his ministry has never completely dominated Little Richard's life.
Although he had been the leader of a popular Blues band in St. Louis for many years, fame arrived when Berry was 29, older than his contemporaries.
members.tripod.com /oldies3/history57.html   (613 words)

 1957 Hits: Pop Music Charts - The Most Requested Popular Music of All time!
1957 Hits: Pop Music Charts - The Most Requested Popular Music of All time!
December 29, 1956 - February 8, 1957: Singing The Blues - Guy Mitchell
December 30, 1957 - January 3, 1958: April Love - Pat Boone
www.popculturemadness.com /Music/Pop-Modern/1957.html   (475 words)

 Music VF
The goal of Music VF is to propose a database of US and UK music hits since 1952...ie 3 years before the beginning of the rock era.
You can browse the site by artist name, by year, or by decade...
Music VF  © 2007 Howard Drake Visit also Comics VF, the comics encyclopedia
www.musicvf.com   (189 words)

Based on the uplifting true story of the Von Trapp family, The Sound of Music marked the final collaboration of the legendary songwriting duo.
A huge success on stage from its debut in 1957, The Sound of Music went on to become one of the most successful Oscar-winning film musicals ever.
She has a degree in musical theatre from London’s Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts.
www.theatre.com /show/id/3002416/TheSoundofMusic   (353 words)

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