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  Music hall - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
British music hall was similar to American vaudeville, featuring rousing songs and comic acts, while in the United Kingdom the term vaudeville referred to more lowbrow entertainment that would have been termed burlesque in the United States.
Music halls were originally bar rooms which provided entertainment, in the form of music and speciality acts, for their patrons.
Typically a music hall song consists of a series of verses sung by the performer alone, and a repeated chorus which carries the principal melody, and in which the audience is encouraged to join.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Music_hall   (2509 words)

 2003 In British Music Encyclopedia Article @   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-30)
This is a summary of 2003 in music in the United Kingdom, including the official charts from that year.
Despite the fact that Blur scored a 5th #1 album with their latest release, Think Tank, Justified was not kept from the top for long, returning to the top after a week, for what became its longest consecutive run at the top, ending at 3 weeks.
She was praised all over for trying a different style and making it just as good as her other music, however it did join record with Iron Maiden's "Bring Your Daughter To The Slaughter" in becoming the lowest selling number one single of all time. /encyclopedia/2003_in_British_music   (2718 words)

 British Music Workshops - Welcome to British Music Workshops   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-30)
BRITISH MUSIC WORKSHOPS run unique two day workshops for children between the ages of 7 and 16, one day adult workshops for the ‘used to play’ musician, and also run music workshops for corporate clients.
BRITISH MUSIC WORKSHOPS are recognized by Music for Youth as providing and extending the platform for the development of music talent in children and young adults through the delivery of expert and professional music workshops.
BRITISH MUSIC WORKSHOPS prides itself on the ability to create each workshop programme around the mixed abilities and ages of the individual pupil and of the group as a whole.
www.britishmusicworkshops.co.uk   (270 words)

 BRITISH LIGHT MUSIC - part one: British Classical Music .COM - dedicated to British Classical Music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-30)
His musical output, as we shall see, looked in several directions, but he certainly falls within our chosen field of light music, not least because his best remembered work, the Cornish Rhapsody, for piano and orchestra written for the film Love Story, was so popular with light orchestras for so long.
His published instrumental music comprises short pieces such as the Elegiac Poem of 1922 for string quartet, a Mood Phantasy for violin and piano, a Legend in D Minor for trombone and piano and a Serenata in G Minor for B flat baritone and piano, the latter two also from 1922.
His choral music is similarly varied, including the Hymn of Apollo and Ode on a Grecian Urn, both with orchestra, unison songs for children, The Dream Maker, for female voices, sometimes used as a test piece, and the cowboy song Home on the Range, for four-part male voice choir.
www.britishclassicalmusic.com /garland1.html   (8068 words)

 British Music week - British Council Germany
The British Ambassador to Germany, Sir Peter Torry, KCMG said: “ I am delighted to hear that Berlin will be the host city for the Premiere of British Music Week in May. I look forward to hearing and seeing the cream of British and German talent at the various events being planned for this week.
As initiator of the “British Music Week In…” concept, BPI will coordinate the participation of the various partners and work with labels, artists and media to maximise its visibility and effectiveness.
It is a natural choice for the first British Music Week in Europe and we are excited to have such strong and committed partners on board.
www.britishcouncil.de /e/arts/bmw06.htm   (843 words)

 British Music Hall
Most music hall songs were sentimental and/or comic takes on everyday life, as well as spoofs of the rich and famous.
Music hall performers found their comedy in the kind of characters and situations that audiences encountered as part of their everyday lives.
Music halls went into a gradual decline after the introduction of talking films, but the British never did let a good habit die easily.
www.musicals101.com /musichall.htm   (1022 words)

 Music - British Council - Arts
Mohamed ‘Momo’ Merhari from Morocco was recently announced as the winner of the inaugural British Council International Young Music Entrepreneur of the Year (IYMEY) award.
Momo is the co-founder of the 'Boulevard des Jeunes Musiciens', the first event dedicated to urban, contemporary and underground music in Morocco, and now the largest contemporary music festival in North Africa.
We work across all musical genres including electronic and club-based music, soul, hip hop and UK garage, classical, opera, music theatre and vocal, jazz, alternative music (guitar-based), roots (incorporating asian fusion and reggae) and traditional and folk music.
www.britishcouncil.org /arts-music.htm   (550 words)

 British Culture, British Customs and British Traditions - British pop music
Glam rock was a peculiarly British phenomenon, a style of rock music popularised in the 1970s, which approached music with a get dressed up and be freaky attitude, distinguished by the wild costumes and otherworldly stage acts of the performers rather than any particular aspect of their music.
The emphasis was on superficiality and an antethesis to the music of Genesis and Pink Floyd whose music was often referred to by critics as art rock.
Another Mancunian with a musical bent his music career started with the Smiths but since then Morrissey's soul-searching lyrics, powerful persona and general news worthiness have made him a pop figure whose articulacy was unmatched by any of his contemporaries.
www.learnenglish.de /culture/britishmusic.htm   (2491 words)

 Music stands and music stand lights from RAT Music Stands
If you are looking for a music stand light the Opera stand is probably the only stand in the world designed from the ground up as an illuminated and stackable music stand.
If what you want is a modern wooden music stand design, then the Concert stand with its beautifully formed wood tray may be the answer.
The Jazz stand is the world's only folding music stand with a full size, solid tray which does not have to be dismantled before folding.
www.ratstands.com   (288 words)

 British Music Rights   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-30)
British Music Rights is an umbrella organisation which represents the interests of composers, songwriters and music publishers.
The British music industry is one of the most innovative, creative and dynamic in the world.
British Music Rights is a member of a unique coalition of representative organisations from the music, audio-visual, games, retail and branded goods industries who share a common interest in preventing counterfeiting and piracy in the UK.
www.bmr.org /html/about.html   (623 words)

 The British Music Society Home Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-30)
The British Music Society was founded in 1979 by enthusiasts who believed an organisation was needed to stem the indifferent attitude generally displayed towards the music of many British composers.
The very first was a recording of piano music by Lennox Berkeley which was very well received and accorded a Gramophone Magazine Critics' Choice Award in 1994.
In 1995 the BMS was granted charitable status and this is helping the Society to develop and expand in its principal areas of activity.
www.musicweb.uk.net /BMS/index.htm   (489 words)

 British Music Week - The European Music Market
The 2006 Music convention on Friday the 8th and 9th of September  will establish itself worldwide as one of the premiere entertainment industry events in the UK and the one that the business's top movers and shakers cannot afford to miss!!
The thing that stood out most at this year's first ever British Music Week, held in London, on the 11th and 12th of November was the quality of it's panellists and keynote speakers.
This was by far one of the most important seminars at the British Music Week as the future of the music industry was discussed in immense detail.
www.britishmusicweek.com   (1300 words)

This Journal was begun in 1987 by a group of music therapists from the Association of Professional Music Therapists (APMT) and British Society for Music Therapy.
Between 1987 and 1994 the Journal was known as the Journal of British Music Therapy.
All music therapists who are members of the APMT automatically receive the Journal within their membership.
www.bsmt.org /journal.htm   (477 words)

 Label:Life   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-30)
The ‘future of music is online and online is the future’ would be the theme of the 2nd annual British Music Week event.
British Music Week pays homage to the legacy of the UK music industry and is an event with a long term strategy to promote and safeguard the future of British Music.
This event aims to champion British music bringing the component parts of industry together through a series of seminars, workshops and showcase events that will take place on the 1st week of September 2006.
www.labellife.com /2006/04/27/british_music_w.html   (537 words)

 British Music Keyboards
British Musical Instruments > British Music Keyboards > CTK230 Keyboard.
British Musical Instruments > British Music Keyboards > LK70 Keyboard.
British Musical Instruments > British Music Keyboards > LK90 Keyboard.
neegu.co.uk /British-products.asp?sc=British+Music+Keyboards   (328 words)

 British Music Industry   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-30)
Simply that the music industry is restricting any band that is willing to put B-sides and live tracks on a single.
The music industry is not just trying to sell you less for the same amount of money, they are actually going to make rules about selling less for the same amount of money.
Big music directory jerk, and I will take money away and give you as little in return as humanly possible.
www.mathnews.uwaterloo.ca /Issues/mn7705/music.html   (357 words)

He was a predecessor of other comedians and groups (like the Goons) who turned to music to further their popularity; remarkably (or perhaps not so), he was one of several singers to reach the charts ahead of established balladeers like Dickie Valentine of the early fifties.
In British pop he was something of an anomaly, since trumpeters were not big in pop music at all.
He adapted his band to the fads of the moment (the "cha cha" craze and even the British Beat bands not being sacrosanct) and was rumored to be among the favorite bands of the British royal family.
www.columbia.edu /~brennan/beatles/britpop.html   (14595 words)

 MP3.com - the source for digital music!
I am American but I prefer British music which do you prefer and what groups do you like?[/QUOTE] I used to be quite the anglophile, but not as much anymore.
I'm British, so I listen to a lot of British music, but American Music is good too.
It's sad that American and British music lovers don't get to hear any of these bands on their radio, but that does not mean that they do not exist.
mp3.com /general-discussion/.../topic/16-115050/msgs.html   (1226 words)

 Almondnet - The definitive resource for Eighties Music
Almondnet has been designed to be a combination of websearch and music information.
Here you can find data on perhaps the greatest and most original music era of pop and rock, including a selection of Top 10's and info on definitive artistes and their lyrics.
Whatever your thought's of the 80's, they shaped the music world into what it is today.
www.britishrock.co.uk   (428 words)

 BUBL LINK: Music libraries
Features musical scores with chords from which users can print sheet music and lyrics, and MIDI files to illustrate what the tunes sound like.
Includes collections of manuscript and printed music, books on a wide range of subjects, sound and video recordings, photographs, and archives of letters, ephemera and papers of organisations with which Britten and Pears were closely associated.
As well as providing historical sheet music, the collection aims to document social and political attitudes of a bygone era with music of many varieties and sources, and provides numerous exhibitions and commentaries.
bubl.ac.uk /link/m/musiclibraries.htm   (851 words)

 British pop music : uk charts, rock stars
This section gives practical information about how to enjoy pop music while in the UK, and introduces some of the best British music from the 1960s to the present day.
Listening to pop music can be a good way to learn English and to study new vocabulary.
You can buy some albums of British pop music and study the words of the songs (but note than most CDs bought in the UK do not include the words to the songs - you may need to look online to find them).
www.ukstudentlife.com /Britain/Music/Pop.htm   (1603 words)

 British Music Hall   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-30)
Music Hall was a form of theatrical life whose mummy, embalmed by memory, is still livelier than anything that has appeared since to take its place.
Music Hall began in the pubs when the gaffers started hiring entertainers to attract customers.
Music Hall on the Web: I shall add links as I find them, if you know any good ones please email me. Some I found are on my exit page.
www.londonbobby.ca /muschall.htm   (200 words)

 BMS Recordings   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-30)
The British Music Society is proud to announce the re-release on its own label - as a BMS Twenty-fifth Anniversay Special Edition - of pianist Michael Habermann's renowned recordings of the piano works of Kaikhosru SORABJI (1892-1988), originlly recorded over the period 1980-1995.
Habermann performs extraordinary technical and musical feats: these discs are a must for anyone interested in post-Romantic piano music.
Choral and Organ Music by Benjamin Burrows £5.00
www.musicweb.uk.net /BMS/recordings.html   (2351 words)

 Home Page: British Song Fa La La   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-30)
Fitch, D. Blake Set to Music: a bibliography of musical settings of the poems and prose of William Blake.
Ridout, A. The Music of Howard Ferguson: a symposium.
The British Music Information Centre is one of musical England's great resources, housing thousands of 20th century British works, both vocal and instrumental.
cfaonline.cfa.asu.edu /hoffer   (3306 words)

 British Country Music Internet Organisation
If you are interested in Country Music, there will be something on this site for you.
Lincs FM, an established station currently serving mainly the Lincolnshire area are making an application for a Regional licence for the whole of the East Midlands, the intention being to broadcast Country Music for 24 hours every day to Linclonshire, Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire, and surrounding areas.
The more letters they receive between now and the end of May, the better are their chances.
www.countrymusic.org.uk   (373 words)

 Making Time- 1960s British Music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-30)
This CD brings together two distinct sides of Manfred Mann's career, from the hit singles in the 1960s to the Earthband of the 1970s.
Many British groups went over the Germany, in particular Hamburg, to become "professional" musicians.
Check the current British album top ten or e-mail your vote for album or single
www.makingtime.co.uk   (113 words)

 British Music Rights promotes the interests of Britain's composers, songwriters and music publishers
If the British Music Rights logo above is animated then you already have the necessary plug-in.
British Music Rights accepts no responsibility or liability regarding material on this site.
British Music Rights disclaims all liability in respect of such material.
www.bmr.org   (126 words)

 British & International Music Yearbook - directory of the classical music industry
The most comprehensive and accurate directory of the classical music industry - essential for all music professionals.
The British & International Music Yearbook now comes in two volumes and contains details of over 18,000 organisations and performers from every sector of the music industry both in the UK and, increasingly, abroad.
Volume 2 Marketing; music publishers; book publishers; education; youth orchestras; summer schools; instrument manufacturers; music journalism; record companies; musician services; music & disability; regional arts councils; libraries & museums; associations.
www.rhinegold.co.uk /yearbooks/bimyb/index.cfm   (112 words)

 The British Music, TV & Film Industry Directory
The British Music Industry Directory: Whatever you're looking for if it's in here.
This comprehensive music trade orientated on-line directory gives you an easy search facility, maps of how to find the music supplier and links to e-mail and web sites whenever available.
This comprehensive music, tv & film trade orientated on-line directory gives you an easy search facility, maps of how to find the supplier and links to e-mail and web sites whenever available.
www.music-directory.co.uk   (149 words)

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