Incidental music

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  • Henry Martyn Robert's Rules Of Order

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    ASSEMBLIES known today as Robert’s Rules of Order. He accomplished the major groundwork for establishing the order, rules, and procedures of meetings before he died in 1923. He identified the types of motions of Main, Subsidiary, Privileged, and Incidental explaining their order of importance. Also, wrote Rules of Chairmanship with what is or is not debatable, which motions require a second and which do not determine what sort of majority is needed (simple or 2/3), defined a quorum, created guidelines

  • Symphony No. 8 In B Minor, D. 759

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    movement, Scherzo, which is nearly completed (up to bar 120) and the first 20 bars of its orchestrated score. Schubert has left brief notes on the manuscript for the first three movements, but he simply wrote ‘flute’ for the fourth movement. Music historians and musicologists think that Schubert has re-directed the material of the fourth movement into a large orchestral work and used it as the Entr’acte No.1 of Rosamunde

  • Milhaud: From Le Boeuf Sur Le Toit

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    L’Homme et son Desir (1918), Le Boeuf sur le toit (1919), and La Creation du monde (1923). He also composed incidental music for Claudel’s Protee (1920) and for Claudel’s tragedies Agamemnon (1913), Choephores (1915), and Les Eumenides (1917-22). His other operas are Christophe Colomb (1930), Le Pauvre Matelot (1926), David (1954) and Medee (1939). He uses many characteristics in his music such as bitonality and polychords. One of the popular classics of his early works, is the symphonic ballet

  • Felix Mendelson Research Paper

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    Mendelson and Lea Salomon in Hamburg, Germany. His grandfather, Moses Mendelson was a famous philosopher. Mendelson’s influence was widespread throughout europe and he is said to be one of the most influential artists of the baroque period. His family, music, and religion mold him into the famous musician and legend that he was. Felix Mendelson’s family life was quite typical. His father, Abraham Mendelson, was a banker and his family also ran a salon. During his childhood, Mendel son came in contact

  • Analysis Of A Winter's Tale Op 9

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    was based on Shakespeare. In the beginning years of his career, he was influenced by Antonin Dvorak, who was Suk’s professor at a music academy called Prague Conservatory. In 1898, Josef Suk ended up marrying Otilie Dvorak, who was the daughter of Antonin Dvorak. Within the happy life they lived together, Otilie was impressed with her fathers and husbands works of music and she loved to play the piano, but sadly died at a young age. After the death of Otilie, Suk went back to revise A Winter’s Tale

  • Edvard Grieg: The Romantic Era

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    Fortenberry Mr. Dale Music Appreciation 20 November 2015 Edvard Grieg The Romantic era was a very transformative time for music, and many great composers arose during this time. One such person is named Edvard Grieg. This Norwegian composer and pianist created marvelous music during his lifetime and in doing so he thrust Norway into the musical spotlight of the time. Even though his music contained a lot of nationalism he also liked to claim that his music represented European music as a whole. This

  • Music as an Aesthetic Experience

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    The introduction of Donald J. Funes' book Musical Involvement addresses the topic of music as an aesthetic experience. The preface to the introduction is the realization that truly listening to music requires an active response, and this type of listening is not innate. All throughout the day we are bombarded with music and every day sounds, most of which remain in our periphery. It can be difficult to focus on a single event such as a concert, lecture or any other situation that requires a quite

  • The United States Marine Band

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    The President’s Own United States Marine Band is a professional wind ensemble that is apart of the United States Marine Corps. It is our nation’s oldest professional music ensemble. The mission of the ensemble is to provide music for the President of the United States and the Commandment of the Marine Corps. The Marine Band has a long, rich history, with many premier musicians who have had their careers begin, grow, and flourish in this ensemble. As this ensemble serves as an outlet for many of our

  • Summary Of A Winter Tale Op 9

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    was based on Shakespeare. In the beginning years of his career, he was influenced by Antonin Dvorak, who was Suk’s professor at a music academy called Prague Conservatory. In 1898, Josef Suk ended up marrying Otilie Dvorak, who was the daughter of Antonin Dvorak. Within the happy life they lived together, Otilie was impressed with her father’s and husband’s works of music and she loved to play the piano, but sadly died at a young age. After the death of Otilie, Suk went back to revise A Winter’s Tale

  • New Sound Equipment During The Film Industry

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    in the film industry the research and application of new sound equipment began to grow rapidly. First moving to even louder speakers for the audience to enjoy the music even more. Then moving to stereo speakers having different sounds coming from different speakers. Then moving to surround sound where the audience is engulfed in music and sound effects from all around them. Finally to our current technology of IMAX sound adding even more speakers and pushing sound to the point of shaking the seats

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