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  • Symphony Number 45 in F# Minor (the "Farewell symphony") Essay

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    Symphony Number 45 in F# Minor (the "Farewell symphony") Between 1761 and 1790 Haydn was employed by the enormously wealthy Esterhazy family who had two palaces on the borders of Austria and Hungary. The court orchestra was similar to that of many baroque orchestras - two oboes, a bassoon, a string ensemble and a harpsichord. But it also included a pair of horns - instruments that became a regular part of the orchestra thereafter. --------------------------------------------------------------------

  • Symphony Orchestra Analysis

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    A symphony is an extended classical composition for an orchestra, found in Western Art Music. It often consists of four separate and unique, sections known as movements which are, in some way however, related to one another. The symphony as a genre began developing during the late 17th century and continued to do so up until the late 18th century. This important genre of Western Art Music is closely related to the development of the orchestra. It is therefore critical, in understanding the symphony

  • The Symphony As An Expression Of National Identity

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    The symphony is a large and complex musical piece that has the potential to express a wide breadth of experiences and emotions. While the symphony was developed intensely in the eighteenth century in Vienna, the tradition of symphony has long since spread to other countries, providing the composers of different nationalities the opportunity to introduce their own colors into the symphony. Consequently, as different countries develop musical characteristics in the symphony to create their own symphonic

  • What Did Music From Late Period Influence Composers Working After 1950?

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    intentionally imitating the style of Haydn. It is also known as the Classical Symphony which was written in 20th century. It first public performance on April 21, 1918 in Petrograd, conducted by Prokofiev himself. Form and style of Sergei Prokofiev symphony No. 1 in D major The symphony has four movements 1.Allegro; 2.Larghetto ; 3.Gavotta: Non troppo allegro; 4.Finale: Molto vivace, but the piece only last around 15 minutes. The symphony was considered as one of the first neoclassical compositions. Prokofiev

  • Franz Joseph Haydn's Symphony No. 94 Symphony

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    94 “Surprise” Symphony. The genre of this musical composition is a symphony and it consists of a three movement minuet and trio. The piece has a stately dance feel to it with a very solid rhythm, nice melody, and a rich full sound. It is written in ternary form and “the entire minuet-trio-minuet

  • Ludwig Van Beethoven 's Influence On The Classical Era

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    1770. Beethoven’s talent was noticed at a young age and he soon became a pioneer in the world of music for breaking the traditional bounds of style and form. Over the course of his life, Beethoven produced nine symphonies, seven concertos, and a total of forty-two sonatas. Although these numbers are few when compared to other composers such as Joseph Haydn, his work was very substantial. Ludwig van Beethoven’s compositions were greatly influenced by the changes in the world around him. His ability to

  • Beethoven Symphony 9 Essay

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    Ludwig van Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 at the 2012 BBC Proms. The Orchestra conducted by Daniel Barenboim played the four played all four movements of Symphony no. 9. The performers brilliantly upgraded the symphony, fully respecting the brilliance of Beethoven. The performance utilized a large Orchestra and Choir, all of which displayed various musical concepts. Ultimately, this performance breathtaking performance, respectfully paid homage to one of the most revered symphonies of all time. The

  • Wgu Jdt2 Task 2

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    Governors University JFT2 Organizational Management Task 2 A1. Utah Symphony Strengths and Weaknesses The Utah Symphony has been a leading arts organization in the western part of the United States for decades. They have a rich, long history. Many strengths have contributed to this success and continue to do today. Financially, the organization is able to raise money through various means. For the fiscal year 00-01, the symphony was able to raise $3.8 million through performance revenues, $3.1

  • Classical And Romantic Eras Of Music

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    Fundamental changes in musical styles are often brought on by the changes in the environment in which the music evolves from. Both the Classical and Romantic eras of music offer influential aspects of music. In order for significant and noticeable changes to occur in music, the society surrounding it must also change. Significant social and political movements often bring on these stylistic changes in music. These changes can range from the way personality is expressed in music to the actual orchestration

  • Essay about “Utah Symphony and Utah Opera: a Merger Proposal”

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    “Utah Symphony and Utah Opera: a Merger Proposal” Financial Strengths and Weaknesses of the Utah Symphony Before the Merger The financial state of the Utah Symphony before the merger was grim. It was understood by the symphony’s chairman of the board, Scott Parker, that the situation was getting worse. This was aggravated by the downturn of the economy and the event of 9/11. However, even before the economic downturn and 9/11, the symphony was very close to a deficit situation (Delong & Ager,