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The domain of Mariemont began in the 16 th century by Mary of Hongary, the regent then of the Nederlanden.
It came in the posession of the family Warocqué,a dynasty of industrials, in the 19th century.
In 1831 they ordered Tilman-François Suys to build a new neoclassistic castle somewhere else in the domain.The last one, Raoul Warocqué, collected an impressive amount of pieces of art, he gave them to the State in 1917, which converted it into a museum from 1921 on.
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  List of neoclassical pieces - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
List of pieces which use serialism (see Serialism)
More references to neoclassicist pieces can be found in the article Neoclassicism (music).
List of neoclassical pieces, Incomplete music lists, Lists of pieces and Neoclassicism.
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 WikiMiki.net - Symphony No. 1 (Prokofiev)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Prokofiev set about composing the piece with the thought, "If 'Papa' Haydn were alive to day, how might he write a symphony?" The idea was partly inspired by his conducting studies at the Conservatory, in which the instructor, Teneev, prepared his students to conduct Haydn.
Prokofiev wrote the symphony on holiday in the country, and he used this piece as an exercise in composing away from the piano (an accomplished pianist, it was understandable that he had developed a habit of composing at the keyboard); so this was another reason why he took Haydn as a model.
His last performance was the premiere of the Seventh Symphony in 1952, a piece of a somewhat bittersweet character, for which Prokofiev was asked to substitute a cheerful ending.
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 Neoclassicism sometimes rendered as Neo Classicism or Neo classicism is...
Igor Stravinsky Igor Stravinsky composed some of the best known neoclassical works— in his ballet "Pulcinella Pulcinella", for example, he used themes which he believed to be by Giovanni Pergolesi Giovanni Pergolesi (it later transpired that many of them were not, though they were by contemporaries).
Paul Hindemith Paul Hindemith was another neoclassicist, as was Bohuslav Martinu Bohuslav Martinu, who revived the Baroque concerto grosso concerto grosso form.
The arts do not always march in step, and "Neoclassicism" in English literature is associated with the "Augustan" writers of the early 18th century, all the heirs of John Dryden John Dryden and Milton Milton.
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 Neoclassicism information - Search.com
As for painting, Greek painting was utterly lost: neoclassicist painters imaginatively revived it, partly through bas-relief friezes, mosaics, and pottery painting and partly through the examples of painting and decoration of the High Renaissance of Raphael's generation, frescos in Nero's Domus Aurea, Pompeii and Herculaneum and through renewed admiration of Nicholas Poussin.
This literary neo-classical movement rejected the extreme romanticism of (for example) dada, in favour of restraint, religion (specifically Christianity) and a reactionary political programme.
Although the foundations for this movement in English literature were laid by T.E. Hulme, the most famous neoclassicists were T.S. Eliot and Wyndham Lewis.
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But the only way to be a 100% sure wether something is art or not, you should know everything about the artist, the situation he lives in, the situation in which he created the piece, what he felt, the ideas he tried to put in his work,...
My latest exercise is to play the same piece for three different people and watch them all give it different labels.
Of course, the rules are different for every style, and even for every piece of music, but this does not mean we can't say something is good art or less good art because we are all individuals and because we all like different music.
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 User:Hyacinth/List of articles created by me - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
List of famous gay, lesbian or bisexual composers
List of solo piano pieces by composer: Y
List of pieces which use the whole tone scale
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 Wikipedia:Pages needing attention/Social Sciences and Philosophy - Wikipedia
Coming of age - reads like a collection of trivia about different countries and cultures.
Needs someone to write a broad overview, of anthropological thinking on "coming of age", different types of approaches to "coming of age", particular cultures which can serve as exemplars of these different approaches, some comment on major cultures of the world (some are listed, others aren't -- e.g.
Australia and New Zealand are mentioned, but the US is not), etc. Unfortunately, I don't know much about this.
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 Shostakovitch Symphonies - Audio, equipment and music forums
If anybody has been reading the posts on this list for the past few days, you'll find some of the most egregious mud-slinging I've had the pleasure of reading in ages.
And, in the final analysis, this is what carries this performance to the head of the list.
I was impressed by this piece of music and I decided to collect his works.
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