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  Classical Music - Classical Net - Classical Music
Classical Net features more than 6600 files including more than 4800 CD/SACD/DVD/Book reviews and over 5500 links to other classical music web sites.
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 Classical Music | Classical Music | Classical Music Composers
When the light wind veers, and the white fog...
Contains thousands of classical music files in MIDI format as well as live recordings.
Tens of thousands of classical music files in MIDI, and live recordings in MP3 and WMA formats.
www.classicmusicplace.com   (264 words)

 Classical Music - Classical Net - Classical Music
Classical Net features more than 6600 files including more than 4800 CD/SACD/DVD/Book reviews and over 5500 links to other classical music web sites.
To engage in interesting discussions with a group of enthusiasts on topics related to all aspects of classical music, subscribe to the:
Use of text, images, or any other copyrightable material contained in these pages, without the written permission of the copyright holder, except as specified in the Copyright Notice, is strictly prohibited.
www.classical.net /music/welcome.html   (113 words)

 The New Classical Music Forums - powered by vBulletin
Classical Music CD Exchange Classical Music Discussion Forum
Orlande de Lassus (1532-1594) Classical Music Discussion Forum
Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767) Classical Music Discussion Forum
classicalmusicforums.com   (326 words)

 Classical Music in Movies : A - Classical Soundtrack and Classical Background Music.
Classical Music in Movies : A - Classical Soundtrack and Classical Background Music.
Classical Music Home > Classical Music in Movies
Classical Music in Movies and Classical Soundtrack collection — Naxos.com
www.naxos.com /musicinmovies.asp?letter=A   (192 words)

  Jeremy Eichler - Classical Music Reviews - Boston.com
The marathon of antiquarian activity that is the Boston Early Music Festival continued at pace on Friday, with an organ mini-festival, more than a dozen Fringe concerts at venues throughout the city, a birdsong-themed performance by Ensemble Clément Janequin, and two programs at Jordan Hall, among other events.
The Boston Early Music Festival has made a cherished tradition of unearthing forgotten works, dusting them off, and trying to restore their original vibrant colors.
The Rockport Chamber Music Festival opened its 26th season on Thursday night with an impressionistic gaze into what it hopes will be its own future.
www.boston.com /ae/music/eichler   (472 words)

  Classical music - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Classical music is a broad, somewhat imprecise term, referring to music produced in, or rooted in the traditions of, European art, ecclesiastical and concert music, encompassing a broad period from roughly 1000 to the present day.
Classical music is primarily a written musical tradition, preserved in music notation, as opposed to being transmitted orally, by rote, or in recordings.
Improvisation in classical music performance was far more common during the Baroque era than in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, and recently the performance of such music by modern classical musicians has been enriched by a revival of the old improvisational practices.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/European_classical_music   (2444 words)

 Classical Online Radio in the USA
Founded in 1951, WBJC is a public, non-commercial radio station which broadcasts a 24 hours-a-day schedule of classical music and arts information across Maryland, the District of Columbia and portions of the surrounding states.
Classic FM Syracuse, NY Public broadcaster WCNY's Mission is to provide radio and television services which will meet the needs and enrich the lives of Central New Yorkers.
Buffalo, NY Classical (FM) is a public broadcasting station from Buffalo, New York devoted almost entirely to classical music - even on Saturdays and Sundays.
classicalwebcast.com /usa.htm   (2844 words)

 China: Classical Music
The music itself is clearly designed to be an abstract complement to the highly-developed poetic genres, and bears similar titles.
The music is quite sophisticated and dense in ideas, and presents a real opportunity for "interpretation" by a range of fine musicians.
This is the most characteristic instrument of the Chinese classical orchestra, described in writing as early as the Han Dynasty, and found in variants thoughout the area.
www.medieval.org /music/world/china.html   (1390 words)

 Classical Music (1750-1810)
Classical with a 'c' means anything that is top class, and particularly refers to the ancient Greeks and Romans.
The term classical is commonly and incorrectly applied to any music which is not modern.
Finally, the music may have a coda (A direct translation is tail), which rounds off the music.
www.rpfuller.com /gcse/music/classical.html   (930 words)

 Chicago Symphony Orchestra - Intro to Classical Music
The life-long exploration of classical music is rich with rewards, providing a limitless supply of nourishment for the soul.
Take a brief look at the periods of classical music over time, and see when the world's most influential composers were at work.
24 classical music insiders and experts offer their insight on how to have more fun with classical music.
www.cso.org /main.taf?p=1   (264 words)

 World Music Central - Classical Persian Music
Classical Persian music is an ancient art form and one of the earliest musical traditions known today.
The classical music of Iran is in some ways similar and analogous to the classical musics of the Arabic world, Turkey and even India, but it is also a self-contained system more or less independent of its neighbors.
The history of Persian music in the twentieth century has seen the development of strategies for survival in the face of Western music, and these strategies often involved borrowing from those elements in which Western music is strong.
www.worldmusiccentral.org /article.php?story=20030414200427528   (1140 words)

 "Classical" Music
Generically, classical music refers to the music of the artistic tradition of Europe, and later the Americas, distinct from the folk tradition of these same places.
Classical music is divided into four generally recognized periods: the Baroque (1600-1750), the Classical (1750-1820), the Romantic (1820-1920), and the Modern (1900-present).
Certainly the music of the Baroque Era was intricate, though hardly irregular, as an almost geometrical symmetry seemed to prevail in the compositions of this period.
www.stmoroky.com /reviews/music/classic.htm   (1307 words)

 Classical Music
Unlike the visual arts, classical music envelops you in real time and comes to life before you; unlike literature or theater, it can be understood equally by speakers of any language--or no language; and unlike dance, you don't need to look good in a leotard to perform it."
The authors of the above quote insist that classical music is as entertaining as it ever was.
I am still learning about classical music all of the time and there is a lot more for me to learn.
www.geocities.com /Heartland/Fields/8616/cmusic.html   (1516 words)

 Indian Classical Music   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The rationale is specifically contrast (usually), as opposed to Turkish music where modes are chosen for a directed development, or Arabic music where the frequent modulations should be as unnoticed as possible, etc.
Carnatic music is the music of South India, different in many of its terms and formal demands, although similar in overall outline.
Indian classical music continues to gain tremendously in popularity in the West, and is now taught widely.
www.medieval.org /music/world/india.html   (463 words)

 Free classical music downloads - Lifehacker
Was looking for a source to start my classical music collection and this came right on time.
If you love classical music, my favourite downloads are at http://www.magnatune.com/podcasts/ - you can't pick and choose what song you're getting, but it's a great collection of recordings, and it's all "Open Music".
This has been a great source of classical music for me. For even greater access, a $25 fee gives you a year's subscription and allows up to 1,000 downloads a month.
www.lifehacker.com /software/music/free-classical-music-downloads-205978.php   (653 words)

 Classical Music
She covers the Cincinnati Symphony, May Festival and Cincinnati Opera, the Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra, chamber music ensembles, and as many recitals and events at CCM and NKU as possible.
The Wisp meant everything to her; she loved the business, the music, and the musicians, and was there faithfully seven nights a week all those years, rarely missing a night.
Click here for what appears to be the most complete "Music 'til Dawn" history, including the theme song, "That's All." And be sure to keep reading to see what he wore while he did those broadcasts from a furniture store window on Royal Street.
frontier.cincinnati.com /blogs/classical   (3677 words)

 Classical Music America
Davis Gloff, a classical pianist and lyric baritone, was recognized by WQRS-FM listeners for his stories describing the lives and exploits of the great, as well as little-known, composers.
Now Detroit classical music lovers, and listeners around the world, can hear the charm and wit of the on-air personalities that made the station and format so popular with audiences and advertisers.
Unlike typical music sites on the World Wide Web, ClassicalMusicAmerica.com represents a place for Detroiters to come together through their interest in classical music and the Motor City.
www.classicalmusicamerica.com /about.html   (536 words)

 Classical Music in the Classroom | Lesson Plan
Next, divide the class and play a relaxing piece of classical music for half of the groups, and a darker more sinister piece of music for the remaining groups.
Focus on the music to see whether or not students were influenced by "happy" or "angry" pieces.
Ask your school music teacher to help explain things like "3/4 time," then listen to different selections and ask students to conduct a few phrases based on the rhythm of the music.
www.teachnet.com /lesson/music/classicalmus040699.html   (635 words)

 Classical music
The classical music section holds recordings of music in the western concert tradition, opera and liturgical music, and the pre-Baroque repertories of Western Europe.
The aim is to direct attention to the British Library's collection of recordings of western art music and to demonstrate the work being undertaken on recordings by music historians, musicologists of all kinds and performing musicians.
The British Library's Edison Fellowship Programme is designed to encourage scholarship devoted to the history of recordings of western art music and music in performance through creating the conditions for concentrated use of the Sound Archive's collections of discs and tapes.
www.bl.uk /collections/sound-archive/wam.html   (948 words)

 KQED | Arts and Literature: Music and Sound: The Classical Music Archives
The Classical Music Archives, the largest archive of its kind on the Web, offers tens of thousands of classical music files in MIDI, Windows Media and MP3 format you can listen to at the click of your mouse.
As the Baroque era progressed the sonata became increasingly popular, and was commonly divided into two types, the sonata da chiesa (or church sonata – a group of 4 movements, alternating slow-fast-slow-fast; and the sonata da camera (or chamber sonata – an opening slow movement followed by a set of dances.
The sonata reached perhaps its zenith in the Classical and early Romantic eras, and in particular in the solo piano sonatas of Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven; these works are generally in 4 movements (thus adopting the sonata da chiesa model), with the first movement being in sonata form.
www.kqed.org /topics/arts/music/classicalarchive   (646 words)

 Classical Music Research Resources
WWW Virtual Library -- Classical Music: The classical music department of the WWW Virtual Library -- maintained by Gary Daum of the Georgetown Preparatory School Music Department -- is divided into seven sections, each with its own annotated catalogue.
The Classical Composers Poster: Created over a period of two years and published by Carissimi Publications, The Classical Composers Poster features "approximately 800 composers and thousands of compositions" and "encompasses 1000 years of music history.
University Music Editions (UME): University Music Editions is a publisher of large collections of music scores (over 220,000 pages) and music literature reference works (journals, treatises, lexicons, and collections) in microfiche format; the UME editions "are designed to be used by professional musicians, dedicated amateurs and connoisseurs, musicologists, and other scholars whose research involves music."
ddickerson.igc.org /classical-music.html   (992 words)

 The Classical Music Pages   (Site not responding. Last check: )
This web site provides you almost everything you need concerning classical music - its history, biographical information about composers (with portraits and short sound examples), explanations of the various musical forms and a dictionary of musical terminologies.
It is designed to be of use for everyone from "beginners" to the music professional - decide for yourself how deeply you follow the links.
Music is often based on or related to literature and painting.
w3.rz-berlin.mpg.de /cmp/classmus.html   (222 words)

 NPR Topics: Classical Music
The alien harmonies and jagged rhythms of Igor Stravinsky's The Rite of Spring signalled the birth of modern music in 1913.
The fastest-growing segment of music sales in 2006 wasn't rock, dancehall, or hip-hop; it was classical music, says Nielsen Sound Scan's yearly report card.
Alan Gilbert is a young conductor from a musical family that's rooted in the New York Philharmonic.
www.npr.org /rss/rss.php?id=1041   (1251 words)

 Welcome to Essentials of Music from Sony Classical and W.W. Norton
Created in cooperation with W.W. Norton and Company, it's built around Essential Classics, the series specially designed to introduce you to the best music of every period.
From before Bach to after Bartók, here's music that you can collect -- the hits of classical music that you've always wanted to get to know intimately, and the central masterpieces that you may not know of yet.
Wise families go with what's been known for centuries: intelligent, rich lives are enormously benefited by a lifelong attachment to classical music.
www.essentialsofmusic.com /main.html   (243 words)

 Music, Genres, Classical,
This is a ring for lovers of classical music to enter their site and be appart of a webring for the art of Classical Music
This Ring may include pages on composers, genres of Classical Music, specific instruments, teaching of instruments, voice, choral, orchestral, or other musical media under the umbrella of CLASSICAL MUSIC in Western culture.
Music can thus be defined as an art form that arranges sounds in a fashion that follows certain natural principles and provides that special inner feeling of happiness and contentment.
dir.webring.com /rw?d=Music/Genres/Classical   (656 words)

 Classical Music   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Principles of Classical Music are present in the verses and recitation of the Sama Veda
Basic principles which govern rhythm, harmony and raga (melodic mood) are common throughout the classical music
A RAGA is a particular melodic framework or underlying potential structure somewhere between two modes and scales.
www.hindunet.org /music   (100 words)

 Classical Music
The classical period is known for its simple, clear music, balanced themes, and defined harmony.
Rather than the heavy, formal music of the past, classical was intended to be tuneful and elegant with dances such as the minuet.
This section includes an outline of the history of classical music, biographies of composers and performers, classical music theory.
www.42explore.com /classmus.htm   (1045 words)

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