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  Music of 1958 - The Fifties Oldies
Presley served with the 3rd (Spearhead) Armored Division in West Germany from March of 1958 to March of 1960.
He could have opted for a softer, USO type of duty, but Col. Parker, his manager, and he felt that the critics would be harsh if he received preferential treatment.
1958 was the year of the novelty song.
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 The Music of the Fifties - Oldies Music
The Music of the Fifties - Oldies Music
Some of the music you associate with the Fifties was actually recorded in the Sixties.
The Day the Music Died gives an account of the plane crash that killed Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and the Bopper, plus an annotated American Pie.
www.fiftiesweb.com /music.htm   (412 words)

 Requiem - Arts & Opinions Archive - MSNBC.com
Musical tones helped explain mathematics and scientific principles, and certain combinations of notes were thought to have profound effects on the emotions.
Musical forms such as the fugue and sonata-allegro influenced and informed generations of Western writers and playwrights—James Joyce (particularly “Ulysses”), Thomas Mann, T.S. Eliot, Ezra Pound—and great symphonies such as Beethoven’s Ninth were embraced as the best of human creativity.
But the main reason classical music is no longer on the menu of cultural literacy is that somehow it lost the critical mass of a critical community that listens/talks/writes about music as though it matters and where there are frequent debates, multiple judgments and competing ideas to keep things energized.
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 Essentials of Music - Composers
His conducting career progressed rapidly, and he was closely associated with the New York Philharmonic (where he served as music director from 1958 to 1969), the Israel Philharmonic and the Boston Symphony Orchestra.
Through most of his career he was a passionate supporter of contemporary music, though in his later years he also turned back to older styles, especially the late romantics such as Mahler.
Bernstein also wrote a great deal of concert music, some of which was popularly influenced and some of which was more clearly oriented toward the mainstream classical style of the twentieth century.
www.essentialsofmusic.com /composer/bernstein.html   (650 words)

 May 1997 - Sweet Music
Berkeley's Music Department, ranked among the top three in the country, has been nurturing and producing music scholars, composers, performers, and musically informed citizenry for almost a century.
Encouraged by music professors and intrigued by the formal study of music theory and composition, Wilson decided that composing was for him.
But after considering a double major in music and molecular and cell biology, and enjoying courses in sociology and Chinese, she decided, with some trepidation, to go for a career as a musician.
www.berkeley.edu /news/magazine/may_97/features/music_text.html   (2056 words)

 1958 in music - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
See also: 1957 in music, other events of 1958, 1959 in music, 1950s in music and the list of 'years in music'
February 14 - The Iranian government bans rock and roll because they claim that the form of music is against the concepts of Islam and also a health hazard.
Otis Williams and the Distants begin their musical career.
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 Foothill College Music Department
The Music Department at Foothill is one of the most storied and successful at the College.
Since Foothill's beginnings in 1958, the Music Department has been regarded as one of the best music programs at any Community College in the U.S. Today, the Music Department is on the cutting edge of music education, with state of the art curriculum and facilities.
We can proudly say that we have finest music education facility in Northern California, and one of the best in the U.S. We invite you to click on any of the links to see what we have to offer, contact us via Email or phone at (650) 949-7141.
www.foothill.edu /music   (276 words)

 The Music barn 1950-1958, by Phil and Stephanie Barber
We have a deep feeling about symphony music, about Mozart, Beethoven, and Copeland, for instance, but Tanglewood already magnificently fills the summer with classics and it is just a walk away.
But we like other music, too - music that makes us tap our foot, music with humour, music that's new and different, music that's old, dance music, folk songs...and jazz.
Back in the late summer of 1950 in the very first year of Music Inn, we started what was probably the first jazz (and folk) festival that had ever been held.
www.newberkshire.com /archive/music/barn58_barbers.html   (530 words)

 MUSIC at MANOA - FM-AM Newsletter 1998
The ethnomusicology program of the UHM Music Department was well represented at the annual meeting of the Society for Ethnomusicology and affiliate meetings (the U. chapter of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music, and the Association for Research in Chinese Music) in Pittsburgh in October, 1997.
In 1993, she was appointed by the Okinawan prefectural government as the principal researcher for a 5-year project to restore uzagaku, the Chinese music performed at the court of the Ryukyuan Kingdom, which had died out.
He was on the faculty of the Boston Conservatory of Music 1977-81 and at New England Conservatory of Music 1980-81 as a vocal coach for opera classes.
www.hawaii.edu /uhmmusic/FM-AM/fmam1998.htm   (5960 words)

 Essentials of Music - Composers
His early music showed a strong affinity with the music of Béla Bartók, and was generally conservative in nature.
In the mid to late 1940s, his compositional output was slowed by the tight restrictions put on music by the Stalinist-controlled Polish regime.
He resumed composing orchestral and chamber music in the 1950s, and with the gradual loosening of artistic controls in the Soviet Bloc (especially in Eastern European countries), he began to explore more modern techniques.
www.essentialsofmusic.com /composer/lutoslawski.html   (301 words)

 Amazon.ca: 1958 : Soul-Junk: Music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
New beats and sonic places in which to play, it was a fork in the musical road map and they set off with reckless abandon.
1958 seems to push each element of their stitched together sound to the absolute limit.
The vocals/M.C.'ing are easily comparable to the best of underground hip-hop (Anticon, Def Jux, Project Blowed, etc.) and the music really seems to have no parallel in the the hip-hop underground (more like Warp meets Schematic meets Thirsty Ear's Blue Series).
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 1958 in music tips here!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Duke Ellington is considered to be one of the greatest figures in the history of American music.
What happens when you put out music that distribution companies won't touch, radio won't play, and only a small percentage of the population is intere...
The main goal in creating a press kit is to generate interest in an artist and the music they play.
www.northtexasjazz.com /1958_in_music.htm   (224 words)

 Music Timeline
Western music begins to move from monophony to polyphony with the vocal parts in church music moving in parallel intervals.
Josquin Desprez, often called the Prince of Music, is a leading composer of the Renaissance.
The harmony and tonality characteristic of classical music are replaced by dissonance, creating what many listeners consider to be noise.
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 Spectrum Press : Alejandro Planchart
“Music for the Papal Chapel in the Early Fifteenth Century,” Papal music and Musicians in Late Medieval and Renaissance Rome, ed.
“Music and Ceremony at Notre Dame of Paris, 500-1500 by Craig Wright,” Journal of Musicology 10 (1992), 522-536.
Microsonatas 1-3, for piano, in Triad 2 (1958), n,p.
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 TV Musicals 1958-1959
None of the tuneful (and often silly) songs have much connection to the plot, but it is fun to hear this line up of musical veterans fly through it.
A blind veteran develops an obsessive love for the wealthy but lonely Maria, and becomes convinced his only remedy is to shoot her.
The classic 1944 MGM musical was remade for the small screen with a star-studded cast.
www.musicals101.com /tv2c.htm   (754 words)

 aworks :: "new" american classical music: ******** (1958-60). ****** *****
Ok, classical music memes complete with simple html markup don't happen very often so I better jump on this one while I have the chance.
I agree Copland's music was not cliche when he wrote it but through influence and over-exposure, it has become that.
But except for Peter Illych's songs and piano music, I have never been able to sit thru his symphonies, except maybe the "Little Russian" (is that #2?).
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 American Mavericks: Harry Partch's Instruments
But, more than this, he designed the instruments to be "corporeal." To Partch, corporeal meant to involve the whole body, the whole person in the art.
Additional sounds recorded at the Harry Partch Institute, under the direction of Dean Drummond.
"The Bewitched" recording and motion picture frames from Music Studio provided by Innova Recordings of The American Composers Forum.
musicmavericks.publicradio.org /features/feature_partch.html   (201 words)

 Johnny Cash: The Complete Sun Recordings 1955 - 1958 - PopMatters Music Review
Singer, songwriter, country music legend, iconic figure, the Man in Black enjoyed a career nearly 50 years in duration.
Until his death in 2003, Cash remained an integral figure in popular music, having transcended the country genre like no other artist before or after him.
More than a treasure trove of pre-fame songs however, the box set also serves as a fascinating time portal into the Memphis music scene, and the inner workings of Sam Phillips' upstart Sun Studios.
www.popmatters.com /music/reviews/c/cashjohnny-completesunset.shtml   (822 words)

 Latin American Music Review: University of Texas Press
Ethnographic Transcription and Music Ideology in Haiti: The Music of Werner A. Jaegerhuber
Musical examples should be copied on a separate sheet of music manuscript paper with indication of the location in the main body of the paper.
Articles, communications, and books and records for review should be sent to the editor, Robin Moore, School of Music, 1 University Station E3100, University of Texas, Austin, TX 78712-0435.
www.utexas.edu /utpress/journals/jlamr.html   (584 words)

 Amazon.com: 1958: Music: Soul-Junk   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
OK, perhaps I'm in the minority here, but I'm one of those Soul Junkies that digs the lo-fi rock and roll stuff but doesnt really care for the hip hop beats.
1958 is just a jumbled mess of noise and nonsense.
The music is so richly layered you absolutly MUST listen to the CD about ten times before it really hits you.
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 GreenCine | product main - The Music Room [Jalsaghar] (1958)
On his terrace, smoking a hookah, the zamindar has his memory stirred by the sound of some music from the coming of age ceremony of his neighbor's son.
He recalls his own son's initiation and the recitals in his salon to which he invited the finest musicians, the most beautiful singers, the greatest dancers.
Goaded by his neighbor, an arrogant pretender who boasts of his taste in music, the zamindar opens his salon once again and ruins himself with a final recital.
www.greencine.com /webCatalog?id=106779   (201 words)

 Amazon.ca: 1958 Sofia Recital: Music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Moment musical for piano in C major, D. 780/1 (Op.
This recording was made in 1958, a time when live performances were recorded more frequently than is the case today.
This is an unfortunate oversight, especially when Philips could have justifiably used this as a stunning example of their newest remastering techniques.
www.amazon.ca /exec/obidos/ASIN/B0000523QI   (1111 words)

 Music :
This is a #763 Farmer in the Dell Music Box that is shaped like a tall thin yellow barn with a green shingled sloped roof.
The title of this piece of music is "Remembering" and it the copyright date is 1923, and could possibly have been a musical play based on the book by Catherine C. Cushing, Topsy and Eva.
Glistening fl lacquer music box with room for jewels has a Japanese inspired scene of cranes in flight on the front,an interior lined in red velvet and a mirror on the inside top lid.
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 Lambertville Music Circus - The 1958 Season
In 1958, St. John Terrell was operating three Music Circuses, in Lambertville, NJ; Neptune, NJ; and the Brandywine Music Circus in Concordville, PA. These three venues formed his "theater circuit".
Each theater would mount a production and then after performing for a week or two, would move on to another theater in the circuit.
That is the reason for several "resident companies" listed at the bottom of the page.
www.lambertville-music-circus.org /seasons/1958.html   (171 words)

 Amazon.co.uk: 1958 [Single]: Music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Only 1 left in stock but more will be available--order now.
Music Special Offers: get 3 CDs for £10, and more great deals.
Great prices on music at Kelkoo, the shopping search engine that saves you time and money.
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 eBay - music 1958, Records, CDs items on eBay.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Wanda Jackson Mean Mean Man 1958 7" CL 15176
Rare 1958 ROCKABILLY 45 KAY CEE JONES on DOT 15694 Mint
Lobby Cards 1958 Country Music Holiday Husky Graziano
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 Wisconsin Music Archives--Papers and Manuscripts--Annetta Rosser Collection
She received a bachelor of music degree from Florida State University (1932) and then taught in the Florida public schools.
Music for the Holidays, Iowa State University; December 14, 1992; A Song of the Virgin Mother
See also Mills Music Library's Preservation Master number PM 279 for additional recordings of Rosser's music.
music.library.wisc.edu /wma/papers/rosser/rosser.htm   (7638 words)

 Robin Luke Music - Favorite Songs - Lyrics From   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Music is the best source of information about Robin Luke, including ringtones, bio, discography, similar artists, reviews, groups, fans, and more...
Introduced by Helen Forrest with Harry James and his Music in the film Springtime in the Rockies...
roll because they claim that the form of music is against the concepts of Islam and also a...
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 1957 in music - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
See also: 1956 in music, other events of 1957, 1958 in music, 1950s in music and the list of 'years in music'
Pat Boone stars in his first two Hollywood motion pictures: Bernadine and April Love
The Music Man (Meredith Willson) opened at the Majestic Theater on Broadway on December 19, 1957 and ran for 1375 performances.
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