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QUARTETS
SHEET MUSIC
CHORALNET
LUTHERAN CHORALES
RECITATIVE
ORGAN MUSIC
MICRO-TONAL RICE-TRANSPLANTING SONGS
CHORAL SCHOLAR
INTERNATIONAL CHORAL COMPETITIONS
SOLO VOCAL MUSIC
CHORAL COMPETITIONS
POTENTIAL CHORAL CONDUCTORS
LARGE CHORAL WORKS
GREAT CHORAL FESTIVALS
CHAMBER PIECES
CHORAL SOCIETY
PIANO MUSIC
CHORAL EVENSONG
ORCHESTRAL MUSIC
CHORAL ARRANGEMENTS
CHORAL COMPOSITIONS
SACRED CHORAL WORKS
CHORAL SETTING
CHORAL CONDUCTORS
CHORAL WORK
CHORAL DIRECTOR
CHORAL PIECES
CHORAL MUSIC
SINGING
GROUPS
RECORDING
MODERN
OUTPUT
BALLET
STYLES
VOICES
SCORES
TRADITION
STORY
AUTHOR
ORATORIOS
DRAMATIC
CLASSICAL
WRITTEN
INTEREST
WALES
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Quartets

  1. Myaskovsky restricted himself to symphonies, concertos, sonatas, quartets, studies and some choral works.

Sheet Music

  1. Selling and renting classical and contemporary music; sheet music, books on music, piano reductions, orchestra scores, and choral music.

Choralnet

  1. ChoralNet is also the official Website of the International Federation for Choral Music.

Lutheran Chorales

  1. Mendelssohn displayed his love of Lutheran chorales in his choral works: the oratorio St. Paul, in particular, is full of them.

Recitative

  1. All are characterized by Verdi's trademark: magnificent, sustained melodies in the standard forms of aria, recitative, and choral numbers.

Organ Music

  1. Composers well known for their choral works wrote organ music, for example Tallis, Byrd and Gibbons.

Micro-Tonal Rice-Transplanting Songs

  1. The Hani of Honghe are known for a unique kind of choral, micro-tonal rice-transplanting songs.

Choral Scholar

  1. An honours graduate and choral scholar from New College, Oxford, Toby Spence studied at the Opera School of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.

International Choral Competitions

  1. The choir participates in several festivals and competitions and has won bronze, silver and gold medals in international choral competitions.

Solo Vocal Music

  1. In modern times the term cantata is applied almost exclusively to choral, as distinguished from solo vocal music.

Choral Competitions

  1. The choir has participated in choral competitions in Finland, Sweden, the Netherlands and the Czech Republic.

Potential Choral Conductors

  1. This book provides a concise and practical introduction to choral techniques and conducting for potential choral conductors.

Large Choral Works

  1. John Harris Harbison (born December 20, 1938 in Orange, New Jersey) is a composer, best known for his operas and large choral works.

Great Choral Festivals

  1. During the 1890s Elgar gradually built up a reputation as a composer, chiefly of works for the great choral festivals of the Midlands.

Chamber Pieces

  1. His later compositions include choral and organ works and chamber pieces for trumpet.
  2. In one or other size, the instrument has been found a useful accompaniment to genres as wide-ranging as opera, choral music and chamber pieces.

Choral Society

  1. In 1857 Brahms went to the court of Lippe-Detmold, where he taught the piano to Princess Friederike and conducted the choral society.
  2. Johannes was now engaged as conductor of a Choral Society in Detmold, also as Court Pianist and teacher in the royal family.

Piano Music

  1. Prokofiev also composed an immense amount of piano music, as well as much chamber music, choral music, and incidental music.

Choral Evensong

  1. Trinity Cathedral will honor this tradition with a service of Choral Evensong at 4:00 pm followed by a reception in the Olney Gallery.

Orchestral Music

  1. A popular British composer of operas, such as Peter Grimes (1941), and most other musical forms, including choral and orchestral music and solo vocal music.

Choral Arrangements

  1. Bruce Pomahac is the musical director and Ben Whiteley is the choral director (with choral arrangements by Crane Calder).

Choral Compositions

  1. His stage works were uniformly unsuccessful, though his choral compositions fared somewhat better.
  2. During his career, he also wrote symphonies, choral compositions, chamber music, and art songs.

Sacred Choral Works

  1. His other compositions include over 500 instrumental concertos, sacred choral works and over 40 operas.

Choral Setting

  1. His first major works appeared in 1880: a piano concerto and a choral setting of scenes from Shelley 's Prometheus Unbound.

Choral Conductors

  1. Her techniques have encouraged a generation of music teachers and choral conductors to think about music and the act of conducting in new ways.

Choral Work

  1. Very occasionally, classical radio DJs will mix one choral work or operatic aria into a set of instrumental symphonic or chamber music.
  2. Creation Mass is a choral work composed in 2000-1 with music by Neil Ardley and words by Patrick Huddie.
  3. He was also a prolific composer who performed and recorded a number of his own pieces, sometimes branching beyond swing to orchestral and choral work.

Choral Director

  1. David Hurd (born 1950) is a composer, concert organist, choral director and educator.
  2. During the summers of 1955 to 1957 he worked as the choral director and conductor of the Warwick Musical Theatre in Rhode Island.
  3. Gershwin chose African American Eva Jessye as the choral director for the opera.

Choral Pieces

  1. He also wrote articles championing Berlioz and Wagner, and produced those orchestral and choral pieces upon which his reputation as a composer mainly rests.
  2. A beautiful selection of choral pieces by Christophe Barratier and Bruno Coulais, from the successful French film Les Choristes or The Choir.
  3. If you are captivated--as I am--by the choral pieces from Boris Godunov and Khovanshchina, then you will surely enjoy Mussorgsky's early choral works.

Choral Music

  1. Allen Shawn has composed a large catalog of chamber and piano music, 11 concertos and orchestral works, choral music, and several song cycles.
  2. A renowned French orchestrator and composer of "Symphonie fantastique" (1830) and opera, vocal, and choral music.
  3. The primary emphasis of the Web site is on composers of instrumental music, but composers of opera, choral music and songs are also represented.

Singing

  1. The aim of the Choir is to promote the Welsh language and culture of choral singing.
  2. The Welsh are a Celtic people, with a tradition of choral singing.

Groups

  1. She loved Elvis Presley as a child and sang in musicals, choral groups, and talent shows while in school.
  2. Born in Fort Worth, Texas, he began singing in the Burton Hill Elementary School Choir and continued singing in choral groups until High School.
  3. When used with groups, the program provides opportunities for other activities that build reading fluency: modeling, choral reading and oral timed reading.

Recording

  1. Linda McCartney died from breast cancer in 1998, this recording presents choral music by English composers commemorating her life.
  2. In these years Sargent tackled a wide range of repertoire, recording much of it, but he was particularly noted for performances of choral pieces.

Modern

  1. After years of choral and organ training and experience, I'm teaching myself to play the harpsichord (a modern, brand new to the market Roland digital).
  2. Fans of choral music and mid-20th century music alike should be quite pleased to have taken a chance on this set of modern a cappella masterworks.

Output

  1. American-born of Swedish immigrants, composer Morten Lauridsen's (1943-) output is largely choral.
  2. His output includes sacred choral music, instrumental music and incidental music for plays.

Ballet

  1. His musical works ranged from ballet and orchestral music to choral music and movie scores.

Styles

  1. More accessible styles of choral music include that by Benjamin Britten, including his War Requiem, Five Flower Songs, and Rejoice in the Lamb.

Voices

  1. The number of voices in a fugue generally ranges from three to five, but eight or even ten voices are possible in large choral or orchestral fugues.

Scores

  1. The scores for many madrigals can be found at the Choral Public Domain Library.

Tradition

  1. His sacred choral music, particularly the smaller-scale works, remains popular in the choral tradition of the Church of England.
  2. Notable composers and arrangers of choral music in this tradition include William Dawson, Jester Hairston and Moses Hogan.
  3. Lorin Maazel succeeded him in 1993 and continued the tradition of conducting and recording many choral and vocal works.

Story

  1. Here's the story: a radio telescope in Puerto Rico picks up a signal from a nearby planet which is clearly choral.

Author

  1. Eva Jessye, a singer, actress, composer, choral director, author and poet lived in Coffeyville, Caney, Iola and Pittsburg, Kansas.

Oratorios

  1. Oratorios and choral music were semi-important vocal forms of the time, while the art song was by far the most important.
  2. In the choral numbers of the five masses, and in the oratorios Die Heilige Elisabeth and Christus, the rarity of fugal polyphony acts as a drawback.

Dramatic

  1. In 1966, Scelsi wrote his most complex, dramatic and incredible work: the choral and orchestral masterpiece, Uaxuctum.

Classical

  1. Much of the music in Evita is classical in style, the opening featuring a choral piece (Requiem for Evita) as well as a choral interlude in Oh What a Circus.

Written

  1. The choral pieces on this CD, though written by a young Mussorgsky, are no less inspired than those from his later operas.
  2. He has written many orchestral pieces, in addition to chamber, choral, and solo music.
  3. Luckily for this audience, the choral parts in Oedipus Rex were written solely for men.

Interest

  1. The modern National Eisteddfod perpetuates interest in Welsh language, poetry, and choral music.
  2. Furthermore, Beethoven's choice of text in the choral movement of his ninth symphony indicates at least an interest (if not a belief) in Pantheism.

Wales

  1. Fflach Music from Wales - Recording company that produces pop, rock, choral and traditional music, by recording some of Wales' finest artists.
  2. In the chapels of Wales, choral singing of the beautiful, stirring hymns went hand-in-hand with the temperance movement.

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