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  Music Domain Names at BuyDomains.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The growth on online music sites continues, and entrepreneurs are finding ways to cash in on the demand for online music downloads, news and community.
The network is a hub for community news, sharing of common music interests and a central listing place for thousands of bands.
There is still room for savvy entrepreneurs to capture audience, and associated revenues, with new twists on current music sites, as there is strong growth predicted in music downloads for the foreseeable future.
www.buydomains.com /music   (527 words)

  Phrase - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A phrase (Greek φράση, sentence, expression, see also strophe) is a group of words that functions as a single unit in the syntax of a sentence.
A phrase is a syntactic structure which has syntactic properties derived from its head.
For example prepositional phrases express a figure-ground relation in which the prepositional complement is the ground, the preposition itself specifies the relation, and the precedent element is the figure.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Phrase   (588 words)

 Phrase (music) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A rough analogy between musical phrases and the linguistic phrase is often made, comparing the lowest phrase level to clauses and the highest to a complete sentence.
Metrically, Edward Cone analyses the "typical musical phrase" as consisting of a "initial downbeat, a period of motion, and a point of arrival marked by a cadential downbeat," while Cooper and Meyer use only two or three pulse groups (strong-weak or strong-weak-weak) (DeLone et.
Phrase rhythm is the rhythmic aspect of phrase construction and the relationships between phrases, and "is not at all a cut-and-dried affair, but the very lifeblood of music and capable of infinite variety.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Phrase_(music)   (706 words)

 Phrase (music) -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Thus a phrase will end with a weaker or stronger (The close of a musical section) cadence depending if it is an (The referent of an anaphor; a phrase or clause that is referred to by an anaphoric pronoun) antecedent or (Click link for more info and facts about consequent) consequent phrase, respectively.
Phrases combine to form (A unit of geological time during which a system of rocks formed) periods and larger sections of music.
Phrase rhythm is the (The basic rhythmic unit in a piece of music) rhythmic aspect of phrase construction and the relationships between phrases, and "is not at all a cut-and-dried affair, but the very lifeblood of music and capable of infinite variety.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/p/ph/phrase_(music).htm   (730 words)

 RUBINGHSCIENCE.ORG / Rhythm in Baroque music
It is the music of one of the greatest periods of renewal, growth and expansion of European culture and science.
In vocal music, the words of the music are most often placed in such a way into the music by the composer that the sentences of the text coincide with the phrases of the music; and in vocal music, singers inhale breath between phrases of the music.
The phrasing structure of a piece of music is another part of the rhythmical side of the piece, hence it is logical that the phrasing of a piece and its rhythmical patterns are important to each other.
www.rubinghscience.org /music/baroquerhythm1.html   (4499 words)

 The Happiest Music On Earth by Dr. Ron Bopp   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The phrase was coined in 1983 by Ken Smith and was adopted quickly by the Mid-America Chapter of the Musical Box Society International to illustrate the quality of its fast-growing band organ rallies (15).
The phrase HME may have had benign beginnings, used to illustrate and explain the mood of the organ rally scene but, in fact, the phrase has meaning beyond that for many of the organ and calliope community.
He felt that "music videos seem to 'euphorize' the recipient." Ron Smuck noted that effect in his response to me: "I know the music made by these amazing instruments is definitely the happiest music known to man or woman simply by watching their faces as they approach a band organ.
doyleintl.com /TheHappiestMusicOnEarth.htm   (3882 words)

 IFA Aerobics Choreography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The definition of a 32-count phrase refers to the numbers of beats or pulses that go by in one "phrase" of music and is therefore a 32-count phrase.
Music is naturally divided into phrases, which can be broken into smaller parts called measures, which normally consist of 4 beats of music.
Music that is phrased in 32 counts makes it possible for instructors to choreograph combinations and routines that end up "on the right beat".
www.ifafitness.com /book1/choreog.htm   (297 words)

 Brewer, E. Cobham. Dictionary of Phrase & Fable. Music.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The following men of genius were actually averse to music: Edmund Burke; Byron had no ear for music, and neither vocal nor instrumental music afforded him the slightest pleasure.
Charles Fox, Hume, Dr. Johnson, Daniel O’Connell, Robert Peel, William Pitt; Pope preferred a street organ to Handel’s oratorios; the poet Rogers felt actual discomfort at the sounds of music; Sir Walter Scott, the poet Southey, and Tennyson.
The Princess Mathilde (Demidoff), an excellent artist, with a veritable passion for art, may be added to those who have had a real antipathy to music.
www.bartleby.com /81/11813.html   (144 words)

 Alternative Press Review 16 - Unanswered questions about “rough music”
Significantly, rough music— at least as the term is used in folklore, ethnography, dictionaries of regional dialects and social histories of England in the 18th and 19th centuries—has nothing to do with music at all.
Coined in the late 17th century, the phrase is the British equivalent of the French charivari, the Italian scampanate and the German haberfeld-treiben, thierjagen and katzenmusik.
As Thompson notes, British performances of rough music didn’t involve the tuning, harmonization or even coordination of the instruments in the band, and the performers didn’t desire their ritualized gathering to be entertaining or amusing.
www.altpr.org /apr16/rough_music.html   (1231 words)

Use the term 'folk music' (or just the word 'music') as the first search term and the name of the country (or region) as the second term.
Some of the useful subject phrases might be jazz analysis, jazz dance, jazz discography, jazz history and criticism, jazz music, jazz musicians, or jazz vocals.
Gelman Library (as well as the music libraries at Catholic University and at American University) are rich in sheet music and musical scores.
www.gwu.edu /gelman/guides/arts/music.html   (2294 words)

 Music Markup Language: Specifications
With the identifier method the section of music that needs to be copied at other instances is marked with the span or div elements, or that of the parent element of the phrase.
In the body for a phrase: the tempo will be valid only for that phrase; when the phrase is complete, the tempo will revert back to the base tempo.
Esoteric music that cannot be described with a notational bar could conceptually be described with the bar element, as long as there is a rhythmic pattern.
www.oasis-open.org /cover/mml-spec19990610.html   (7153 words)

 Lesson Exchange: Classical Period: Understanding Four-bar sequences (Middle, Music)
This represents a four-bar phrase of music in repetition.
This exercise represents a four-bar phrase of music in sequence.
A sequence (in music) is the repetition of a pattern at a higher or lower pitch.
www.teachers.net /lessons/posts/1462.html   (546 words)

 A Sweet Lullaby For World Music
It was a friendly phrase, a less cumbersome alternative to ethnomusicology, the more strikingly academic term that emerged in the mid 1950s to refer to the study of [End Page 146] non-Western musics and musics of ethnic minorities.
The binary reproduced by the world music concept thus participated in reinscribing the separation of musicology, constructed as the historical and analytic study of Western European art musics, from ethnomusicology, constructed by default as the cultural and contextual study of musics of non-Europeans, European peasants, and marginalized ethnic or racial minorities.
The inability of pop music "royalty" to examine their privilege (Lipsitz 1994, 63), and their lack of reflexivity about how those being curated might see and hear it all quite differently, is a stunning act of narcissism for an industry so invested in a democratic image of collaboration.
www.deepforestmusic.com /dfpress_00-00-00sweetlullabyforworld.htm   (8359 words)

 Music 839C: Musical Stylistics - Robert Gjerdingen
The "population" of a musical schema forms of bell-shaped curve during the advance of the schema's history.
The foreground/back ground effect and the stepwise transposition of the second half of the phrase are additional characteristics of the style of the 1780s.
And he wants us to rethink the study of what types of schemata composers used in a specific musical period, and where their schemata came from and which schemata survived and transferred to the next period.
www.music-cog.ohio-state.edu /Music839C/Notes/Gjerdingen.html   (1443 words)

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Phrase c3Phr2 = new Phrase(24.0); int[] pitchArray3 = {REST,a5,REST}; double[] rhythmArray3 = {1.5,0.5,4.0}; c3Phr2.addNoteList(pitchArray3, rhythmArray3); //change loundess of the note ((Note) (c3Phr2.getNoteList().elementAt(1))).setDynamic(126); Mod.repeat(c3Phr2, 1); // up to page 1 bar 4 clave3.addPhrase(c3Phr2); //c3 up to beat 36 //The music for c3 phrase 3.
Phrase c5Phr1 = new Phrase(216.0); int[] pitchArray19 = {REST,ds6,REST}; double[] rhythmArray19 = {3.5,0.5,2.0}; c5Phr1.addNoteList(pitchArray19, rhythmArray19); Mod.repeat(c5Phr1, 1); clave5.addPhrase(c5Phr1); //c5 up to bar 20 //The music for c5 phrase 2.
Phrase c5Phr6 = new Phrase(312.0); int[] pitchArray24 = {cs6,cs6,cs6,REST,cs6,cs6,REST,cs6,REST, cs6,cs6,REST}; double[] rhythmArray24 = {0.5,0.5,0.5,0.5,0.5,0.5,0.5,0.5,0.5, 0.5,0.5,0.5}; c5Phr6.addNoteList(pitchArray24, rhythmArray24); Mod.repeat(c5Phr6, 1); clave4.addPhrase(c5Phr6); //c4 up to bar 28 //-------------- // 4 4 Section //--------------- //The music for c5 phrase 6.
jmusic.ci.qut.edu.au /jmdemos/PiecesOfWood.java   (900 words)

 An Unfortunate Choice of Words
Music is like an electrical circuit, power must flow from a point - to a point - and back again for it to exist.
That is to say that there are quantifiable differences in the way music is delivered that have direct correspondence to the "common practice" of various periods of music history.
Since the inception of dissemination of music by electronic means corresponds roughly to the end of the Romantic period of music history, and the demise of Western Art Music as "popular" music, it is now appropriate to talk about how "commercial" music fits into the picture.
www.du.edu /lamont/Comm.html   (2343 words)

 Ectsasy Phrase - music
The real Lucifer band came into being shortly after the anime first aired on September 1999.
Although Lucifer is a "visual" band in which the costumes and makeup are a part of the band, their music has a mainstream appeal.
Because the band was based on a manga / anime band, most of the band members carry the same names has their anime / manga counterpart: Yuki, Atsurou, Santa, Towa.
vegastar.envy.nu /kaikan/music/band.html   (167 words)

 Ectsasy Phrase - music
Here are my thoughts concerning the music: my biggest problem is the very repetitive nature of the songs.
Also in the first two track, the music starts out great but goes downhill after a minute or so.
I love that song.^_^ The acoustic background music is pretty nice to listen to.
vegastar.envy.nu /kaikan/music/music.html   (402 words)

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The following factors influenced the design of the basic algorithm: Since the time duration of a musical note and the tempo of the music are key factors in maintaining the harmony of the music, long synchronization delays between the processes playing the music are intolerable.
Since we need to support different levels of tempo of music, we cannot afford to process music grammar after we start playing the music.
Thus the granularity of parallelism is fine grained and kept at the note level.
www.eecs.wsu.edu /~cs561/sandn6.doc   (767 words)

 Music Lyrics Search Engines and More Music Sub Categories   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Music Lyrics Search Engines - John and the regal brass band, remain committed to performing at the detroit international jazz festival this weekend.
its twice-daily parades, the music should resonate as a heroic tribute.Visual music is a fine-tuned, highly diverting, deceptively radical exhibition about the relationship of music and modern art.Lauren jackson doesn t watch television, she just listens to music.
Music Lyrics Search Engines - At this point, about as familiar with rap music as i was with eastern european economic trends, calculus.
www.music617.com /i2_Music-Lyrics-Search-Engines.html   (437 words)

 HobbySpace - Space Music
The British rock group Blur provided a short musical track to be carried to Mars on the Beagle 2 Lander in 2003.
Currently, Bloom's space music is included in NASA's Artrain USA - Artistry in Space exhibition that is traveling around the country through 2002.
She was commissioned by Art Program to write a song about the Space Station and in commemoration of the Centennial of Flight celebration coming in 2003 on the anniversary of the Wright Brothers flight.
www.hobbyspace.com /Music   (3899 words)

 Sounds of La Femme Nikita   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The music reflects the refreshing, innovative style of La Femme Nikita- a startling wide variety of jazz, classical, techno and yes, even grunge music.
Not only will this be an attempt to focus attention and provide intel to the music which helps to enhance the show, hopefully you will begin to appreciate the alternative bands out there as they help to widen your musical horizon.
Music files were either recorded by me, sent to me by fans of LFN, or taken from the music artists' web sites without permission.
members.aol.com /Cusmus   (361 words)

 Barry Harvey >> Testimonials
A graduate of Yeronga High School, Harvey is a music instructor at Anglican Church Grammar School and Private tuition at his Fairfield studio.
The approach to phrasing and rhythms is as thoughtful as it is fascinating.
The Australian College of Music has used much of this work in the Contemporary Percussion Syllabus which is soon to be released.
www.barryharvey.com /test.html   (585 words)

 Scottish music from Foot Stompin' Celtic Music
There are places still available on the HNC and FE courses for anyone wishing to study music and gaelic.
These are 1 year courses which can be taken full or part time and a chance to study with a fantastic selection of tutors from the highlands and islands and beyond.
What artists do you regard as being so distinctive you can hear them sing or play, even a relatively short phrase, and know Not just voices, but instrumental playing comes in to this too...
www.footstompin.com   (335 words)

 The Improviser: a music improvisation game   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The purpose of ear training is to get you to recognize and reproduce or notate fundamental elements of music, such as melodies, rhythms, chords and arpeggios.
It trains your ear to hear the many possibilities for appropriate notes occurring in a typical four-bar phrase of music.
Most other ear training programs play a phrase, and ask you to play it back exactly as it was played.
www.maximummusician.com /improviserhelp.htm   (2346 words)

 Eat Sleep Drink Music
After all, Heath is a Brit whose subjects tend more often than not to be artists with popularity that doesn’t necessarily translate to American audiences; they’re also artists at whom your traditional rock and roll fans often tend to turn up their noses.
Lily Allen and Amy Winehouse both burst onto the music scene back in the spring, and whether or not you like one or both of the British singer/songwriters, you have to marvel at the ease with which they cancel tour dates.
Winehouse in particular, whose alcohol and drug issues are well-documented, keeps missing shows and now she is postponing her North American fall tour in order to get her health in order.
www.esdmusic.com   (2789 words)

 Amazon.com: "music theon": Key Phrase page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The Cambridge History of Western Music Theory (The Cambridge History of Music) by Thomas Christensen
The tetrachords of modern Arab music Present-day Arab music theon commonly recognizes nine or eleven tetrachords, all using 2-, 3-, 4-, and 6-quarterstep intervals.
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 Amazon.com: "copying music": Key Phrase page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
See all pages with references to "copying music".
DJ to begin with, so you need to know about ripping songs from CD, downloading tunes from Web sites, and copying music from analog sources like LPs and cassettes.
and took him home to the monastery to spend several agreeable days copying music and devouring excellent meals that were highly welcome, "for I was as skinny as a stick." It turned out that...
www.amazon.com /phrase/copying-music   (387 words)

 Favorite type of Music-action phrase-brandname The Entertainment Zone   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
I do like some country.....I grew up on country music when I was a kid.
But got more into metal when I was a teenager....Not hard metal...Nothing that gives you a freaking headache or anything.
I'm open for all kind of music, but country isn't really my thing, and I hate rap.
www.talkandmore.net /showthread.php?p=17961   (331 words)

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