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FORMS
MUSICAL FORMS
FILANDA
BACH CANTATA IPHIGENIA
OPENING CHORUS
SCENIC CANTATA
SU LE SPONDE DEL TEBRO
POEMS
SUBJECT
SCENE
MOVEMENTS
SONGS
SELECTION
GENRE
GENRES
COMPOSITION
GRAND PRIX
PRIX
SACRED
WRITTEN
PIECE
TEXTS
TEXT
CHOIR
SERMON
REQUIEM
EDITIONS
MEZZO-SOPRANO
LEIPZIG
SYMPHONY
PSALMS
GERMANY
JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH
ORCHESTRA
ACCOMPANIMENT
ITALIAN
LIBRETTO
STRAVINSKY
PROKOFIEV
COMPOSER
VOCAL MUSIC
PRELUDE
WORK
BAROQUE ERA
CHORALE MELODY
MOTET
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Definitions

  1. A cantata (Italian, 'sung') is a vocal composition with an instrumental accompaniment and generally containing more than one movement.
  2. Cantata (Italian for a song or story set to music), a vocal composition accompanied by instruments and generally containing more than one movement.
  3. The cantata is a beautiful form of (usually) classical music that, like opera, tells a story.
  4. The cantata is one of Scarlatti's finest and in expressiveness and musical quality equivalent to a scene from an opera.
  5. The cantata, A Mighty Fortress Is Our God, is an eight-movement work based on a familiar Protestant chorale tune, probably written by Martin Luther.

Forms

  1. Forms such as the sonata, cantata and oratorio flourished.

Musical Forms

  1. Musical Forms the new forms of cantata and opera.

Filanda

  1. The cantata In Filanda became Pinotta, and was proposed for the musical contest of the Conservatorio, but the registration, being late, was not accepted.

Bach Cantata Iphigenia

  1. The story served as a pretext for the P.D.Q. Bach cantata Iphigenia in Brooklyn.

Opening Chorus

  1. The opening chorus is preceded by an instrumental sonata, which serves to establish the character and tonality of the cantata.
  2. One example of permutation fugue can be seen in the opening chorus of Bach's cantata, Himmelskönig, sei willkommen BWV182.
  3. The third movement was used as the opening chorus of cantata BWV 207.

Scenic Cantata

  1. Carmina Burana is a scenic cantata composed by Carl Orff between 1935 and 1936.

Su Le Sponde Del Tebro

  1. Su le sponde del Tebro - Cantata a voce sola con Violini e Tromba: 1.

Poems

  1. It is a scenic cantata composed between 1935 and 1936 based on 24 of the poems found in the medieval collection of the same name.

Subject

  1. When secular in subject the cantata differs from the opera in not usually having definite characters, and in being always rendered without scenery or action.

Scene

  1. Rome in 1707 and 1708 was also the scene for Handel's many triumphs in oratorio and cantata.

Movements

  1. Usually a chorale cantata is in multiple movements or parts.

Songs

  1. In 1820, for example, he produced two piano sonatas, a violin sonata, songs, a quartet for men's voices, a cantata, and a short opera.
  2. The play also formed the basis for the 2003 novel The Songs of the Kings by Barry Unsworth, as well as the P.D.Q. Bach cantata Iphigenia in Brooklyn.

Selection

  1. Carmina Burana is a scenic cantata composed by Carl Orff between 1935 and 1936, based on a selection of lyrics from the medieval Carmina Burana.

Genre

  1. Michael Talbot's book rectifies this situation in terms of the cantata and provides a much-needed look at Vivaldi's surviving contribution to the genre.

Genres

  1. His most important contributions were to be developed in the genres of opera and cantata.

Composition

  1. That fall he began the composition of the cantata Das klagende Lied (The Song of Grief).
  2. The first, COMPUTER CANTATA, is one of the earliest attempts to use it to create a composition.

Grand Prix

  1. Further, he eventually won, in 1884, the Grand Prix de Rome withe his cantata entitled L'Enfant prodigue.

Prix

  1. There he studied compositions under Jules Massenet and in 1887 won the Prix de Rome for his cantata Didon.
  2. There he studied composition under Jules Massenet and in 1887 won the Prix de Rome for his cantata Didon.
  3. He won the Prix de Rome in 1832 for his cantata, Hermann et Ketty.

Sacred

  1. Cantata: a vocal work, wither sacred or secular.

Written

  1. Extracted from Cantata, BWV 508. A melody which may or may not have been written by Bach.
  2. The chorale cantata, Mache dich, mein Geist, berreit, BWV 115, was written for the Sunday service on November 5, 1724, the 22nd Sunday after Trinity.

Piece

  1. At first the term merely distinguished an instrumental piece from a piece with voice, which was called a cantata.

Texts

  1. Catulli Carmina is a cantata by Carl Orff to the texts of Catullus.
  2. This Encounter argues that the Brandenburg Concertos are really religious works without words and the cantata are more than musical settings of texts.

Text

  1. The NBA KB for BWV 63 explains that the text for this cantata is a parody of a selection from a collection of sermons and sundry orations, etc.
  2. In 1882, he composed his Cantata alla gioia from a text by Schiller, La stella di Garibaldi for voice and piano and La tua stella.

Choir

  1. Die erste Walpurgisnacht (The First Walpurgis Night) is a cantata for choir and orchestra written by Felix Mendelssohn.
  2. After 1603, a basso continuo was added to the already considerable forces at San Marco orchestra, soloists, choir a further step towards the Baroque cantata.

Sermon

  1. The cantata, usually lasting about 20 minutes, preceded the hour-long sermon, or if the cantata was in two parts, it came before and after the sermon.

Requiem

  1. It excludes the complex forms of opera, oratorio, cantata, mass, and requiem, in which solo singing is frequently combined with choral music.

Editions

  1. Dedicated to the operatic, cantata, oratorio, serenta and drama arias, this site presents editions, articles and discussions on the subject.
  2. Baroque Aria Dedicated to the operatic, cantata, oratorio, serenta and drama arias, this site presents editions, articles and discussions on the subject.
  3. The Baroque Cantata Devoted to the baroque cantata repertoire (17th century and 18th century), with articles and editions within the genre.

Mezzo-Soprano

  1. Cantata for mezzo-soprano and piano 1943 Two songs preserved as holographs.

Leipzig

  1. Bach's Easter Oratorio was originally a cantata, written for performance in Leipzig on 1st April 1725.

Symphony

  1. In Munich he studied with Josef Rheinberger; also in Munich he composed his first significant works, including a symphony and a dramatic cantata.

Psalms

  1. I have borrowed the Hyperion disc with Symphony of Psalms, Mass, and Cantata before.

Germany

  1. In Germany the sacred cantata was more popular than the secular.

Johann Sebastian Bach

  1. A good example is the famous chorale used by Johann Sebastian Bach in his Cantata No.

Orchestra

  1. Sergei Rachmaninov conducted the Orchestra on numerous occasions, including premieres of his Spring Cantata and the symphonic poem The Bells.

Accompaniment

  1. Solo song with instrumental accompaniment in opera, cantata, or oratorio.
  2. The chorale cantata is a vocal composition through instrumental accompaniment.

Italian

  1. Marchand wrote one opera, one cantata, French and Italian airs, three sacred works to texts by Racine, and compositions for organ and harpsichord.

Libretto

  1. The term "libretto" is also sometimes used to refer to the text of major liturgical works, such as mass, requiem, and sacred cantata.

Stravinsky

  1. Stravinsky composed his cantata, Babel, on words taken from the first Book of Moses, chapter 11, in April 1944.

Prokofiev

  1. Although the film had a very poor sound recording, Prokofiev adapted much of his score into a cantata, which has been extensively performed and recorded.

Composer

  1. The Cantata CBM 75-74 Places the cantata in historical perspective and explains how a composer uses poetry.
  2. Upon his return to Britain, Goehr experienced a breakthrough as a composer with the performance of his cantata The Deluge in 1957 under his father’s baton.

Vocal Music

  1. Kristel is a Composer and Mezzo-Soprano currently living in Ottawa where she teaches vocal music, and sings with the Cantata Singers of Ottawa.
  2. Other new genres of vocal music included the cantata and the oratorio.
  3. Occasionally, too, vocal music might be given; such an example is the Coffee Cantata, BWV 211, first presented in 1732.

Prelude

  1. The term frequently appears in the autograph title-pages of his church cantatas, even when the cantata contains no instrumental prelude.
  2. The term frequently appears in the autograph title-pages of his church cantata s, even when the cantata contains no instrumental prelude.

Work

  1. The chorale cantata was to become the most substantial of the descendants of the chorale motet, and eventually culminated in the work of J.S. Bach.

Baroque Era

  1. The development of opera, oratorio, and the cantata gave a prominence to vocal music throughout the Baroque era (c.

Chorale Melody

  1. Chorale Cantata: a cantata that uses the same chorale melody as cantus firmus, or text, in each of the movements.
  2. In the greatest of these, which were composed in Leipzig, the chorale melody often serves as an underlying theme that unifies the complete cantata.

Motet

  1. There is also a piece of a cantata that is classified as a motet.
  2. Sacred choral hymns, psalms, cantata and motet.

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  2. Culture > Arts > Music > Oratorio
  3. Arts > Music > Composers > Bach
  4. Singing > Vocal Music > Cantata > Cantatas
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