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- Myaskovsky restricted himself to symphonies, concertos, sonatas, quartets, studies and some choral works.
- Selling and renting classical and contemporary music; sheet music, books on music, piano reductions, orchestra scores, and choral music.
- ChoralNet is also the official Website of the International Federation for Choral Music.
- Mendelssohn displayed his love of Lutheran chorales in his choral works: the oratorio St. Paul, in particular, is full of them.
- All are characterized by Verdi's trademark: magnificent, sustained melodies in the standard forms of aria, recitative, and choral numbers.
- Composers well known for their choral works wrote organ music, for example Tallis, Byrd and Gibbons.
- The Hani of Honghe are known for a unique kind of choral, micro-tonal rice-transplanting songs.
- 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.
- The choir participates in several festivals and competitions and has won bronze, silver and gold medals in international choral competitions.
- In modern times the term cantata is applied almost exclusively to choral, as distinguished from solo vocal music.
- The choir has participated in choral competitions in Finland, Sweden, the Netherlands and the Czech Republic.
- This book provides a concise and practical introduction to choral techniques and conducting for potential choral conductors.
- John Harris Harbison (born December 20, 1938 in Orange, New Jersey) is a composer, best known for his operas and large choral works.
- During the 1890s Elgar gradually built up a reputation as a composer, chiefly of works for the great choral festivals of the Midlands.
- His later compositions include choral and organ works and chamber pieces for trumpet.
- 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.
- In 1857 Brahms went to the court of Lippe-Detmold, where he taught the piano to Princess Friederike and conducted the choral society.
- Johannes was now engaged as conductor of a Choral Society in Detmold, also as Court Pianist and teacher in the royal family.
- Prokofiev also composed an immense amount of piano music, as well as much chamber music, choral music, and incidental music.
- Trinity Cathedral will honor this tradition with a service of Choral Evensong at 4:00 pm followed by a reception in the Olney Gallery.
- 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.
- Bruce Pomahac is the musical director and Ben Whiteley is the choral director (with choral arrangements by Crane Calder).
- His stage works were uniformly unsuccessful, though his choral compositions fared somewhat better.
- During his career, he also wrote symphonies, choral compositions, chamber music, and art songs.
- His other compositions include over 500 instrumental concertos, sacred choral works and over 40 operas.
- His first major works appeared in 1880: a piano concerto and a choral setting of scenes from Shelley 's Prometheus Unbound.
- Her techniques have encouraged a generation of music teachers and choral conductors to think about music and the act of conducting in new ways.
- Very occasionally, classical radio DJs will mix one choral work or operatic aria into a set of instrumental symphonic or chamber music.
- Creation Mass is a choral work composed in 2000-1 with music by Neil Ardley and words by Patrick Huddie.
- 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.
- David Hurd (born 1950) is a composer, concert organist, choral director and educator.
- During the summers of 1955 to 1957 he worked as the choral director and conductor of the Warwick Musical Theatre in Rhode Island.
- Gershwin chose African American Eva Jessye as the choral director for the opera.
- He also wrote articles championing Berlioz and Wagner, and produced those orchestral and choral pieces upon which his reputation as a composer mainly rests.
- A beautiful selection of choral pieces by Christophe Barratier and Bruno Coulais, from the successful French film Les Choristes or The Choir.
- 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.
- Allen Shawn has composed a large catalog of chamber and piano music, 11 concertos and orchestral works, choral music, and several song cycles.
- A renowned French orchestrator and composer of "Symphonie fantastique" (1830) and opera, vocal, and choral music.
- The primary emphasis of the Web site is on composers of instrumental music, but composers of opera, choral music and songs are also represented.
- The aim of the Choir is to promote the Welsh language and culture of choral singing.
- The Welsh are a Celtic people, with a tradition of choral singing.
- She loved Elvis Presley as a child and sang in musicals, choral groups, and talent shows while in school.
- Born in Fort Worth, Texas, he began singing in the Burton Hill Elementary School Choir and continued singing in choral groups until High School.
- When used with groups, the program provides opportunities for other activities that build reading fluency: modeling, choral reading and oral timed reading.
- Linda McCartney died from breast cancer in 1998, this recording presents choral music by English composers commemorating her life.
- In these years Sargent tackled a wide range of repertoire, recording much of it, but he was particularly noted for performances of choral pieces.
- 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).
- 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.
- American-born of Swedish immigrants, composer Morten Lauridsen's (1943-) output is largely choral.
- His output includes sacred choral music, instrumental music and incidental music for plays.
- His musical works ranged from ballet and orchestral music to choral music and movie scores.
- More accessible styles of choral music include that by Benjamin Britten, including his War Requiem, Five Flower Songs, and Rejoice in the Lamb.
- 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.
- The scores for many madrigals can be found at the Choral Public Domain Library.
- His sacred choral music, particularly the smaller-scale works, remains popular in the choral tradition of the Church of England.
- Notable composers and arrangers of choral music in this tradition include William Dawson, Jester Hairston and Moses Hogan.
- Lorin Maazel succeeded him in 1993 and continued the tradition of conducting and recording many choral and vocal works.
- Here's the story: a radio telescope in Puerto Rico picks up a signal from a nearby planet which is clearly choral.
- Eva Jessye, a singer, actress, composer, choral director, author and poet lived in Coffeyville, Caney, Iola and Pittsburg, Kansas.
- Oratorios and choral music were semi-important vocal forms of the time, while the art song was by far the most important.
- 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.
- In 1966, Scelsi wrote his most complex, dramatic and incredible work: the choral and orchestral masterpiece, Uaxuctum.
- 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.
- The choral pieces on this CD, though written by a young Mussorgsky, are no less inspired than those from his later operas.
- He has written many orchestral pieces, in addition to chamber, choral, and solo music.
- Luckily for this audience, the choral parts in Oedipus Rex were written solely for men.
- The modern National Eisteddfod perpetuates interest in Welsh language, poetry, and choral music.
- 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.
- Fflach Music from Wales - Recording company that produces pop, rock, choral and traditional music, by recording some of Wales' finest artists.
- In the chapels of Wales, choral singing of the beautiful, stirring hymns went hand-in-hand with the temperance movement.
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