Sonata for Two Pianos in D major

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  • Essay On Mozart Effect

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    The first study was done to replicate Shaw’s method by testing how music affected two spatial tasks. In this study, those who listened to Mozart had a higher average test score. As for the other study, they measured brain wave activity within college students two times, one time after they listened to a Mozart sonata and once after listening to no music. Lerch and Dr. Anderson stated that “The EEG recordings were somewhat correlated with the students

  • New York Piano Society

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    New York Piano Society hosted by Baruch College. It was a classical chamber music concert just with the Piano. There were a intermission of about 15 minutes. The sections played at the concert were; Piano Sonata in D Major, K.311 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Sonata in b minor, Op,58, No.3 by Frederic Chopin, Consolation in D-flat Major, No. 3 by Franz Liszt, Etudes from Op.25 Frederic Chopin, Sonata in b-flat minor, Op.36, No.2 by Sergei Rachmaninov, Mazurka, Op. 15& 27, No. 1& 3, Sonata in a minor

  • Beethoven Summary

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    EARLY SONATAS (1795-1802) Beethoven’s early sonatas were highly influenced by Haydn and Mozart, he dedicated his first three sonatas to Haydn, his teacher. Before Beethoven moved to Vienna, he composed three piano sonatas, WoO 47, “Kurfürsten” (composed and published 1782-1783). Few years later, the composer moved to Vienna and established his ability in composition. Four movement sonata is uncommon in Beethoven’s time, but young Beethoven started to experiencing the freedom of multiple movements

  • Key Signature and Beethoven

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    Outline Title: Life and Works of Ludwig van Beethoven and His Achievements Thesis Statement: Beethoven is one of the greatest composer in the history of music. He played a big role in the world of music. He was the one who initiated among his co-composers the freedom to express themselves. Some of his masterpieces were Eroica Pastorale, Fideleo and the religious composition entitled Missa Solemnis. I. Introduction II. The Man and His Music A.

  • Research Paper On Beethoven

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    quartets and piano sonatas are central to the repertory of classical music.” This essay will focus on the historical and theoretical aspects of the third movement of Sonata Op. 28 No. 15. Beethoven’s works are typically divided into three different periods. During the first period, to 1802, Beethoven incorporated the musical language of his time while developing his own unique compositional voice. During this time, he wrote six String quartets, the first ten piano sonatas, the first three piano concertos

  • Ludwig Van Beethoven, An Era Of The 19th Century European Classical Music

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    middle, and late. Opus 10 No. 3: Piano Sonata No.7 in D Major - First Movement (Presto) The early period of Beethoven’s composition extends from approximately 1794 to 1800. In this period, Beethoven seen as copying Joseph Haydn and Muzio Clementi, at the same time exploring his own style of music. Some important pieces from this period are the first and second symphonies, the first six string quartets, the first two piano concertos, and about a dozen piano sonatas. Deriving from Haydn’s examples

  • Programme Notes

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    Programme Note: DipABRSM | Date: 1st June 2009 | | Word Count: 1,085 words | | | | | Partita for solo violin no.3 in E, BWV 1006 J.S Bach (b. 21 March 1685 in Eisenach;d. 28 July 1750 in Leipzig) Bach was the son of Johann Ambrosius Bach, court trumpeter for the Duke of Eisenach and director of musicians of the town of Eisenach in Thuringia. It is probably from his father that he learned the fundamentals of music. The Bach family throughout Thuringia had held positions

  • Music: Historical Eras, Styles, and Compositions

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    played by two musicians: one on piano and the other on viola. Four pieces were included in this concert. They varied significantly in terms of their historical era, their style, their composition, and the overall feel. The first piece was by Ludwig van Beethoven. It was Beethoven's 7 Variations on 'Bei M채nnern, welche Liebe f체hlen', which is "For Men Who Feel Love" from Mozart's "The Magic Flute." The second piece was a Sonata in G-minor Op.19, which was written originally for cello and piano. It was

  • Ludwig Van Beethoven

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    an expansion of the tighter forms of Haydn and Mozart, as is apparent in the Eroica Symphony and the Piano Concerto no. 5 (Emperor, 1809), as well as in Symphony no. 5 (1808). The few works of the years after 1812 revived and expanded the more relaxed musical structures Beethoven had employed in the 1790s. In 1818 he returned to the tightly structured heroic style in his Piano Sonata in B-flat Major op. 106 (Hammerklavier), a work of unprecedented length and difficulty. The works of Beethoven 's last

  • The Malaguena

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    Adrian F. Martinez is currently a Junior and an endowed scholarship recipient from the Fine Arts Program and the D. D. Hachar Honor’s Program at Texas A&M International University. While working on his academics, Mr. Martinez is a Violinist and is a part of the violin section in the Chamber Orchestra of Laredo, and receives insightful teachings from his professor, Dr. Yu-Mei Huang. Moreover, Adrian has been acknowledged as a fond participant in the Concerto Competition held by TAMIU. Upon correlating